As we slide into the weekend, Marvel shares a sneak peek of the upcoming Daredevil #508 for everyone to enjoy.

DAREDEVIL #508 (MAY100590)
Written by ANDY DIGGLE & ANTONY JOHNSTON
Penciled by ROBERTO DE LA TORRE
Cover by JOHN CASSADAY

Red-hot writers Andy Diggle and Antony Johnston, along with red hot artist Roberto De La Torre, prepare the Marvel Universe for the birth of its greatest villain yet. The long time judge and jury to the criminals of Hell’s Kitchen has just become their executioner! But just who will step in to save them? The answer will rock your world in Daredevil #508!

Hey!  This book is only $2.99! It arrives July 14, 2010.

via Marvel

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Stephen Schleicher

Stephen Schleicher

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4 Comments

  1. Jacin B
    June 18, 2010 at 12:20 pm — Reply

    … so “Marvel’s Greatest Villain” needed to bring along five ninjas to take down three run-of-the-mill street thugs with one knife? Wow, I’m sure Iron Man and Thor and Wolverine are all a’feared.

    • Astro Dinosaurus
      June 18, 2010 at 7:47 pm — Reply

      Yeah villains don’t have henchmen!
      :D

    • Young
      June 18, 2010 at 10:15 pm — Reply

      He was “delegating” :-)

  2. Steve Y.
    June 19, 2010 at 10:54 am — Reply

    flip side? this arc does what DDs run as Kingpin could not – ACTUALLY impose DDs sense of justice on Hell’s Kitchen, which we all know does not look as happy and moral as Spidey’s. Marvel finally acknowledges that comics no longer care about actual crime in deference to cosmic or political events, in the same way that government writes off areas such as Hell’s Kitchen. Reminds me of Batman’s No Man’s Land arc once he and the GCPD actually begin to take territory.

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