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Daredevil #599 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
Deputy Mayor Matt Murdock tries to push him away from this tactic, but Fisk is determined to make superheroes the enemies of New York. Meanwhile, Blindspot intends to settle his personal score with Muse. Daredevil #599 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo Jr. Daredevil #599 provides a vivid display of what the administration of Mayor Fisk is[...]
Daredevil #598 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo Jr.
He wants Muse brought in, but Matt Murdock knows this could only end in a bloodbath with Muse. Matt hopes Daredevil can get to the murderous artist first, but he also has to keep tabs on Wilson Fisk's dealings with the underworld. Daredevil #598 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo Jr. The "Mayor Fisk" arc takes a[...]
Daredevil #597 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo
[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Mayor Wilson Fisk makes a very big showing of appointing Matt Murdock, who has ardently and publicly opposed Fisk in the past, as Deputy Mayor of New York City. Foggy Nelson is baffled to find his close friend in this position, especially given the many clashes between Daredevil and the Kingpin in the past[...]
Daredevil #596 cover by Dan Mora and Juan Fernandez
This is partially thanks to how far Matt Murdock has been pushed in the past and how willing writers have been to dramatically shake up the Hornhead status quo. One of the pursuing helicopters has a sonic cannon that almost puts DD down and out, so these guys are genuine threats for Daredevil The comparisons to[...]
Daredevil #28 Review: The Fate Of Blindspot
Is this the end of Matt Murdock? Daredevil #28 cover by Mike Deodato Jr. I have a big problem with this comic, but it's all centered around a major spoiler As such, I'm going to talk about the remainder of the book and then circle back around to the spoiler point to discuss it. That being said, the[...]
Charlie Cox
We even get Charlie telling to really bad jokes. A good job by Joe putting together a series of really unique question born out of a lot of research and for giving fans a different look at the man behind Matt Murdock. Marvel has released the full 1-hour interview panel I watched it last night and really[...]
Daredevil season 3
This week an image appeared on social media showing a funeral card for Matt Murdock with a quote from the Bible, Proverb 25:26 Like a muddied spring or a polluted fountain is the righteous man who gives way before the wicked. The interpretation of this particular passage ties into Proverbs 10:11 that speaks of the mouth of[...]
Daredevil #27 cover by Ron Garney and Matt Milla
Matt Milla's color work is appropriately faded-looking, and the two together capture the noire vibe that has always run through the life and times of Matt Murdock. While I can't say this was the most exciting or interesting issue of Charles Soule's Daredevil, I can say that this comic never left me bored or dissatisfied[...]
Blindspot
Slugansky' ruling moving into effect, Matt Murdock is back to business as usual — sort of One difference is that he is trying to make up for the lack of Blindspot in Chinatown He has been taken by his mother, and so Daredevil has to look after the turf of his missing partner. Things gets complicated[...]
Marvel's Daredevil
It's a good recap for anyone who has watched Jessica Jones and wants to move into the Defenders without sitting through 26 episodes of Daredevil first… but they SHOULD watch 26 episodes of Daredevil, they definitely should. Having grown up a big fan of the Man without Fear, getting now 34 hours of Charlie Cox playing[...]
Daredevil #25 Review- Matt Murdock Before The Supreme Court
Who knows though? I'm going to try to stay optimistic in that regard. This comic does some odd things that I'm not 100% sure work well. Firstly, Matt Murdock's opening arguments before the Justices and Legal is made into a metaphorical brawl between the three parties It's a little creative, but it does feel like the comic[...]
SDCC Exclusive Daredevil 12 inch Figure 18
The transcription on the back: "Blinded as a child by a radioactive substance, Matt Murdock learned that there was more to seeing than sight.Lawyer by day and super hero by night, Murdock adopted the name Daredevil and sought to protect the citizens of Hell's Kitchen from ever-impending danger." #gallery-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } #gallery-2[...]