Hey guys! Sorry for being such a lazy blogger. I hope to make up for it starting tomorrow, with two weeks off from work. Yea! Anyway, while I’ve been busy elsewhere, there has been quite a bit of Daredevil-related news and commentary to catch up with. So, here’s a little list of what’s been going on, starting with the most recent news from today.
Daredevil #11 is due out in stores on Christmas Eve, and the A.V. Club has an exclusive advance preview of it. Another piece of news that came out today was that the most recent issue of Entertainment Weekly has a feature on the Daredevil Netflix show, including new photos. Film Divider tweeted them, but for the whole story you’re just going to have to buy the issue! I just did. 😉 (Though I promise to divulge at least some of the content in the Netflix post I’ll get to work on before the end of the year.) UPDATED: The whole thing (yeah, it’s a quick read) is now available online.
Earlier in the week, Marvel released their solicitations for March, including the one for Daredevil #14, which promises to set a slightly more somber mood. No further mention about when Waid & Samnee’s final issue will come out though.
In the most recent installment of Axel-in-Charge on CBR, there were a four pages worth of unlettered preview of January’s Daredevil #12, which pits Daredevil against the Stunt-Master (remember him?). CBR also had an interview with Mark Waid last week, which – aside from an interesting perspective on Matt’s mental state – also featured additional unlettered pages from Daredevil #11.
Other things worth reading from the last couple of weeks:
- Poll: “Who is your all-time favorite Daredevil writer?” (CBR)
- “Comic Book Legends Revealed: Frank Miller’s Censored First Daredevil Story” (CBR)
- The History of Daredevil parts 32, 33, 34, and 35 (Marvel.com). For the entire archive, click here.
That’s it for now! I will be back shortly. As always, comment away! 🙂