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After concluding the last short story arc featuring Elektra, Charlie Soule starts readers on a new international tale called “Blind Man’s Bluff” in Daredevil #8. The cover depicts Matt Murdock sitting at a poker table, which as a blind man should prove to be quite challenging… and hilarious. The newly appointed New York prosecutor, Matt […]
My expectations were pretty high when I saw that Mark Waid and Chris Samnee were taking on a Black Widow series. I love their work on Daredevil and had no reason to think their take on Black Widow would be anything less than great. My high expectations were proven valid in the first issue of […]
Daredevil is a dark character – or at least he is when he’s being taken care of by the creative team that are currently telling his tales. Charles Soule and company have returned Daredevil to the dark and dirty drama of Hell’s Kitchen, and cannot stress enough how much I’m enjoying it. I also love, […]