Well, I just picked this book up recently and I have to say, this book is just really, really good. This book collects another year's worth of Daredevil comics #38-50, and is the third in a series of great Marvel Daredevil hardcovers. This one picks right up where the last one left off (as you would expect) and is the best yet. This time around, you get to see a lot of what Daredevil does in his regular life as a reporter and as a ladies' man. As in Vol. 2, Matt Murdock spends more time out of his costume than in it, but that's OK, because what he is doing out of costume is still very interesting.
Murdock gets a new girlfriend, who is also blind, he tries to defend a costumed vigilante in the courtroom, he works to stop the Owl from rebuilding the Kingpin's empire and marketing a new drug, he gets some revenge on Bullseye (who really had it coming), and, finally, he has a truly epic confrontation with Wilson Fisk. I won't say more than that, as I don't want to give away too much. It's just a really, really good read, and I would love it if they would base a movie on this storyline.
Alex Maleev, again, provides the artwork in this collection, other than for a few courtroom issues, where a fill-in artist did the duties. Maleev's artwork is far better than the fill-in artist, and I'm coming to expect his stlye on this book. Maleev's artwork is growing on me. It's not at all what I'd want to see on JLA or X-Men or Hulk, but it fits Daredevil just fine. He is very meticulous in his own way, and I appreciate the work he puts into his signature style.
Did I mention that this is a really, really good book? Now go get it for yourself! You won't be disappointed.