In Daredevil #17, Soule and Garney only scratch the surface of the big lingering question about Matt’s identity, but it’s an appropriately timed break from the main story.
Daredevil #14 is superhero comics at their best and every panel of every page is crucial, making the series one of the best of 2016.
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 […]
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, […]
This Mark Waid/Chris Samnee Daredevil run has been an emotional roller coaster ride, and in issue 18 it comes to an end. Personally, I’ve gone back and forth during the run, most of the issues I really loved, while some I thought missed the mark a bit. Regardless, what they’ve managed with the character through […]
With the Marvel universe as we know it coming to a close, almost all of Marvel’s titles are coming to an end. And even with the recent, popular, and nearly flawless Netflix series, this includes The Man Without Fear. But the difference between Daredevil and the many other series in their final issues is how […]
In the debut edition of Kabooooom’s new ongoing discussion feature we’re talking ‘Daredevil.’ What did you think of the Marvel/Netflix collaboration? Join our discussion in the comments!