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!
Marvel has released a sneak peek of Daredevil #26 by Mark Waid and Chris Samnee that, according to the company is a double-sized issue.
Sequart Research & Literacy Organization (sequart.org) is proud to announce the release of its newest book of comics analysis, The Devil is in the Details: Examining Matt Murdock and Daredevil, edited by Ryan K. Lindsay.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Daredevil #22 by Mark Waid and Chris Samnee, that features The Man Without Fear teaming with the All-New Superior Spider-Man.
Or – “Super-Creepy Super-Villains Are Waid’s Stock-In-Trade.”
Matt Murdock’s life is in turmoil, thanks to the machinations of a villain that he wrote off as a harmless idiot. Now that the Spot has returned, and dubbed himself Coyote, Daredevil may be in over his (now-severed) head. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Daredevil is dead. Long live Daredevil! It’s left to Ben Urich to find out why Matt Murdock fell off the grid and generally became a recluse until the day of his death. Will some light finally be shed on this case or will Urich be left further puzzled? More after the jump!
Mark Waid’s current run on Daredevil has been good. Insanely good. Does this issue meet expectations? Read on to find out!
After a childhood accident that left him blind but with super senses, Matt Murdock dedicated his life to defending Hell’s Kitchen. As the hero, Daredevil, Matt fought many urban criminals, like Bullseye and the Kingpin. By day, he works as a lawyer, usually seen defending several superheroes from public persecution. Daredevil comics have been the cornerstone of gritty, dark comics for Marvel, launching the careers of several prominent writers and artists.
Matt Murdock’s life as Daredevil had taken a dark turn, but now things are starting to look brighter. Now that the darkness returns will it affect the title for the worse? Major Spoilers has your review to find out.
Marvel Comics has released a sneak peek of Daredevil: End of Days #1 that you can check out, after the jump.
In order for 20th Century Fox to keep the Daredevil franchise, the studio needs to be in production by October 10, 2012. Joe Carnahan had a gritty take on the character set in the ’70s, but the studio turned the idea down.
Now on the internet are two sizzle reels that were used to give the studios a feel for what he was aiming for.