I should make a confession before I begin this review that I love slasher films. I have a somewhat twisted perspective on them, though, which is the fact they're actually quite intelligent when done right as well as proto-feminist. They are, after all, among the first movies where the heroine can and does kick the ass of the monster. Jaime Lee Curtis, Sigourney Weaver, and Linda Hamilton all got their start taking down a monstrous killer that had backed them into a corner. Buffy the Vampire Slayer was based on Joss Whedon's desire to have the usual victim of a monstrous stalker rebel and kill the creature attacking her.
I've already reviewed the first volume of this series and I stated my disappointment the majority of volume one was work by Frank Miller the artist versus Frank Miller the writer. While there were some classic issues in volume one like the introduction of Elektra and the Kingpin's transition from being a Spiderman villain to a Daredevil one, it didn't have the real heart of what I was looking for. That changes with volume two, which contains not only the introduction of the Hand but the classic Elektra and Matt Murdock arcs.
I'm a huge fan of the Carol Danvers incarnation of Ms. Marvel and really need to catch myself up to what she's been doing since becoming Captain Marvel. Then again, given it apparently involves leading the fascist side of "Civil War II" I might be better off just sticking with her legacy character. I refer, of course, to Kamala Khan the Pakistani American erstwhile heroine who decides she's going to call herself Ms. Marvel since Carol Danvers isn't using the name.