Daredevil News Update: Harveys, Netflix and Solicitations

We interrupt our regularly scheduled programming to bring you this news update on some of the things that have been happening in Daredevil land of the last couple of days. In roughly chronological order: Marvel's October Solicitations The information for Daredevil #9, specifically the cover, pretty much confirms the inkling many of us had after the September solicitations: Purple Man is back! Upcoming issues is generally not big news, but I have to admit I'm pretty excited about this. And for … [Read More]



Review of Daredevil #5

Daredevil #5 is a wonderful example of why this (and the "previous") volume of Daredevil has been so successful. It accomplishes the seemingly impossible task of combining "real" issues, stories and relationships with out-of-this-world scenarios of supervillains gone mad and superheroes mingling with red blood cells and macrophages (at least I … [Read More]


Review of Daredevil #4

I was going to write this review Thursday night. That was before some psycho threatened to blow up my office building, prompting me and my co-workers to evacuate. I left all of my stuff on my desk and it took the full five hours of police negotiations before I was let back in to retrieve it. By the time I got home, it was 11 PM. Where is Daredevil … [Read More]

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Breaking: Matt Wilson new Daredevil colorist as of Daredevil #8!

After the recent news that Javier Rodríguez will be leaving his coloring duties on Daredevil, with next month's Daredevil #5 being his final issue in that capacity (he is the penciler of Daredevil #6 and #7), I'm sure I wasn't the only one to be curious about who would fill those (big) shoes. Daredevil editor Ellie Pyle was kind enough to get in … [Read More]


Female features and muddy shoes

Hey gang! Don't worry, I'll let you in on what's hiding behind that mysterious title in a little bit, but first I just wanted to let you know that I made another (two!) guest appearances on the Fantasticast podcast with Steve and Andy. The Fantasticast is all about the Fantastic Four, as you might imagine, but since the Marvel Universe is all kinds … [Read More]



How Daredevil became Matt Murdock

It's been a while since I've had the time to write a longer "essay" type of post, but there have been a couple of ideas brewing in the back of my mind for a while. One struck me while I was going through older – Silver and Bronze Age – issues of Daredevil and has to do with the gradual process of Daredevil and Matt Murdock becoming "one," and the … [Read More]

Matt on the roof top, not succumbing to depression, as seen in Daredevil #34 by Mark Waid and Javier Rodríguez.

Daredevil’s inner demons

Hey gang! I've had some trouble posting over the last couple of days. Sunday evening, my dear friend Mr. MacBook decided that he'd had it with me, and shut down for good. I took the little bugger into the Apple store yesterday, but considering its relatively advanced age of six (or was it seven?) years and the fact that any kind of "exploratory … [Read More]


Interview with Daredevil: Road Warrior artist Peter Krause

Sorry to leave you guys with my odd-ball "taxation of the blind" post for a whole week! But, I hope you'll forgive me as I'm finally ready to present my interview with Daredevil: Road Warrior artist Peter Krause. I am so grateful that Peter was available to do this interview, and I had a great time chatting with him! Note: Due to a slight … [Read More]

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