Anothe great and creative issue. I liked seeing Matt and Hank exchange memories. Definitely didn't expect the bones of Matt's father to be in the box and damn, was that ever creepy.
Good issue....liked how Pym got a small taste of what it's like to be DD.
....but why Foggy gotta be hating on my boy Matt like that though !!
This was a great issue! Love the parallel story connecting Pym and Matt. Multiple personality disorder and some crazy bits comes from being doused with chemicals. (Look out Barry Allen). At least Matt hasnt hit one of his girls (cause hes blind of course). ;)
But seriously, I compeltely enjoyed this issue, and even though there was no suprise to what was in the desk, it was still entertaining to see the reaction either way. Really looking forward to see where this goes. And in two weeks: ALLRED!
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Awesome issue, and kind of sad. Made me miss Jan too, and feel for both Hank and Matt.
He's been targeted by assassins, lost his law office and had to go into witness protection because of him, among other things.
So Foggy partners up with Matt yet again, waiting for the inevitable Matt freakout or ganglord retaliatory strike that will ruin Foggy yet again.
Foggy isn't giving Matt's crazy a chance to ruin him this time.
It would be funny if Matt was innocent of this.
I'm glad o see this book is improving again.
The recent cross over caused me to drop the book(I don't want to have to buy book I'm not already buying to understand a story).
Once again one of Marvel's best ongoings.
Okay, so, first half of the issue? Cool as hell.
Second half? What the hell Foggy? Really? You're just gonna up and leave him over this, without letting him explain himself? Is Foggy really that bipolar about stuff?
I'm not blaming this on Foggy, I'm blaming it on Mark Waid. Sorry but he wouldn't just up and leave him this abruptly. He's stuck with him through much weirder and more messed up than this. MUCH. But now he's going wacko.
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Yeah, I think Foggy overreacted too considering he knows what kind of enemies Matt has, any number of which would plant that in the office in order to play mind games with him.
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I see their relationship similar to that of a husband and wife. Maybe this is cheesy.
The wife understands her husband has a busy job that occupies most of his time. She understands that and supports it for many years, but after a while she just gets fed up. Rather than dealing with the issue early on (wanting him to make more of an effort to be home and being the husband), she lets it build up to the point where she walks out. Foggy believes Matt is lying about the remains, so I won't add that into my above analogy. Reconciliation is needed for their friendship, but can Matt realistically continue to be a productive law partner and Daredevil at the same time?
Gimme gimme shock treatment.
Thinking about this issue again. I find it odd that Foggy would just dump it on the desk like that. Even if Foggy is totally ticked off, Jack deserves better than that, no?