Someone’s been trying to recreate the accident that gave Matt Murdock his abilities, while also releasing all of the failed experiments out into the unsuspecting public. Faced not only with the maniacal wiles of a madman, but also with losing his friend Foggy to cancer, Daredevil may be stretched a little thin. How will he cope? More after the jump!
After two mini-series, IDW Publishing has decided to make the Rocketeer an ongoing series. Mark Waid and Chris Samnee step up to take the series forward, and Matthew and Stephen sit down to review the adventure.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Daredevil #18 that reunites Mark Waid and Chris Samnee for another adventure with Matt Murdock.
Matt Murdock is still down for the count, so how do his fellow heroes and best friend deal with the situation? The best they can. Mark Waid and Chris Samnee spin the tale, and Major Spoilers has your review, after the jump.
Matt Murdock can’t catch a break. The hero has more life swerves than Peter Parker, and now that he’s had his powers crippled by the minions of Doom, how is he going to cope going forward? Major Spoilers sat down with the new issue, and has a few thoughts about it.
I love me some Chris Samnee art, and when he’s whipping up images of Batman, and putting them up for sale, I’m all sorts of interested.
You may have heard that Mark Waid and Chris Samnee are working on a four issue Rocketeer mini-series for IDW Publishing. If you haven’t we’ll have the full breakdown soon. In the meantime, enjoy this bit of Samnee Rocketeer artwork.
The new adventures of Miles Morales have been a must read so far, but this time around there has been a noticeable change. Take the jump to find out what it is.
What’s better than seeing art featuring Batman? Chriss Samnee doing that very art…
As the holiday weekend moves forward, here’s a great black and white piece by artist Chris Samnee featuring Batman taking on Killer Croc.