Hey, To celebrate the release of Marvel's Daredevil coming to Netflix this Friday, both the Comic Book Culture and Marvel Animation Forums will be started special Daredevil themed threads up until it's release on Friday. At the time of it's announcement, the news that Mark Waid's run on Daredevil would return the character to his swashbuckling roots was met with skeptical by many fans, who had come to except Daredevil as a dark book. Recent years had seen the death of his girlfriend Karen Page, the outing of his secret identity, the failure of his marriage and his law firm, many felt it would make a mockery of years worth of stories and it was too later for a lighter Matt Murdock. I was personally torn... I didn't see that Daredevil needed the throwback, but Mark Waid is the industries greatest writer in my opinion. Since his relaunch, he has turned the book into a lighter. Arm fake by having Matt refuse to be beaten by his past, move to San Franciso away from his home in Hell's Kitchen and even publically out his secret identity again. It has draw. It's fair share of fans and critics, many of whom are unhappy the the thrilling crime noir has been replaced by a superhero book. What's your take? Do you wish to see the book return to its dark roots or is a happier Matt Murdock your preferred taste?