By Brian Michael Bendis
Hawkeye and Wolverine and Spider-man and... a bunch of freakin people talk a lot. Then Daredevil looks up and an army of Nazi robots are landing in New York so Daredevil takes up a chain gun, kills all the robots and saves Avengers mansion with Squirrel Girl and a baby inside. Then Daredevil gets an Avengers business card cause that’s what you gotta do to be an Avenger in the comic.
What’s on the cover?
Daredevil throwing some sticks in a factory or construction site or somewhere while Ms. Marvel, Iron Fist and Spider-Man hang out in the background flippin and shit.
How’s the pictures?
The art is really cool. The proportions are nice, the colors are excellent, and the story flows from panel to panel. The shading in particular gives a gravitas to the emotion and darkness of the Daredevil character and his world.
Did I like it?
This might be my favorite type of story. A bunch of people give an account of the badass stuff one guy did to help them out. Throughout the narrative the main hero is mostly silent, just doing what needs to be done. While the talking heads aspect is not very interesting (and jarring when you compare it to Daredevil with a minigun), Bendis’s words are well written and the story is well paced.