First Look at Daredevil #18 by Chris Samnee

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Here’s a 3 page unlettered first look at Daredevil #18 by Mark Waid & Chris Samnee from Marvel Comics – featuring a cover by Paolo Rivera.

Press release

Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Daredevil #18! Get ready for the biggest Daredevil story yet, as a new menace walks the streets of New York – the ruthless killer called Coyote! Can Daredevil put a stop to his crime spree? And with all that has been happening in his life, just how sane IS Matt Murdock?

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Paolo Rivera Creates an Amazing Cover for Daredevil #10


Daredevil was relaunched to critical acclaim this earlier this year by the team of Mark Waid and Paolo Rivera. While Waid steered away from the darker side of Daredevil we’ve been accustomed to reading for many years, he’s managed to stay true to the essence of the character by infusing some levity and fun back into the character.

Along with Waid’s masterful writing, Paolo Rivera has shone on the title. His art is a perfect fit for The Man Without Fear and his covers have been pieces of art that I’d love to have on my walls – especially Daredevil #10.

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Review: Daredevil #2 (Marvel)

Daredevil #2 (2011)Writer: Mark Waid
Penciler: Paolo Rivera
Inker: Joe Rivera
Colors: Javier Rodriguez
Letterer: Joe Caramagna
Editor: Ellie Pyle, Stephen Wacker
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Cover Date: October 2011
Cover Price: $2.99

Title: “Red, White, Black and Blue”


The current incarnation of Daredevil by Mark Waid and Paolo Rivera has something that readers have long missed from the title – it’s fun to read. Gone are the tragedies that befall Matt Murdock at every turn and the deep clawed monkeys that cling to his back. This version of Murdock/Daredevil is not about what happens in his life, but how he can help others.

The story opens with a fight between Daredevil and Captain America, as Cap tries to bring in Daredevil to answer for what he’s done in the past. The fight sequence is classic Daredevil and Paolo Rivera’s artwork, flowing from panel to panel, hearkens back to what I loved about the character.

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Review: Daredevil #1 (Marvel)

Daredevil #1 (2011)Writer: Mark Waid
Penciller: Paolo Rivera, Marcos Martin
Inker: Joe Rivera, Marcos Martin
Colors: Javier Rodriguez, Muntsa Vicente
Letters: Joe Caramagna
Editor: Ellie Pyle, Stephen Wacker
Cover: Paolo Rivera
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Cover Date: September 2011
Cover Price: $3.99

Title:Here Comes… Daredevil” / A Bonus Tale


In this latest Daredevil relaunch, Mark Waid and Paolo Rivera take over as the creative team on the title and, right from the start, they’re taking Matt Murdock in a different direction. There’s a distinct change, both in art style and writing, from recent incarnations of Daredevil.

Daredevil #1 "Here Comes... Daredevil"The tone in “Here Comes… Daredevil” has lost the overwhelming gloom that has been, for the most part, prevalent in a lot of Daredevil stories since Frank Miller first threw grit, death, loss, and despair in Matt Murdock’s face. Mark Waid comes in and lightens up the character and gives him actual hope for the future instead of having life firmly planting it’s boot-heel on his head once again.

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