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    Reviews - Daredevil - Annual 01

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Pretty Lame - JohnW
This book had a weak story and it was only the first part. At this point, I don't even remember what other annual I was supposed to buy to get the rest of the story, but this part was so lame that I didn't even bother. This was some kind of sad attempt to revive the Clan Destine characters, whose comics I never read in the first place. This was a pretty big letdown, especially considering it came in the midst of Mark Waid's fantastic run on the regular Daredevil title.



Annuals Are Usually A Lot Of Fun - Norwood
But I dislike greatly buying books just to be told to buy other books.




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