The third volume of Frank Miller's Daredevil ends not with a bang but a whimper. There's some good moments throughout the story but none of them reach the same level of heights as the second volume. There's also some unnecessary additions to this story including "What if Daredevil became an agent of SHIELD?" While technically part of Frank Miller's Daredevil run, it's not really what people expected from this collection and another sign this could have just been a single or double volume.
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.