Category Archives: Daredevil

  • Daredevil #9 -Guest Starring Spider-Man (Spoilers)

    Daredevil #9 -Guest Starring Spider-Man (Spoilers)

    “Good thing you’re one of my oldest and most trusted colleagues in the super hero biz” You remember the good old days when Spider-Man used to web-sling. I know Daredevil remembers! Writer- Charles Soule Artist- Goran Sudzuka Color Artist- Matt Milla Letterer- Clayton Cowles Cover Artists- Guiseppe Camuncoli &…

  • Daredevil #22 review

    The Superior Spider-Man’s first full guest appearance! And no surprise it’s here – Mark Waid’s shown an affinity for including Spidey in his Daredevil series with “The Devil and the Details” crossover between ASM #677 and DD #8 and “The Omega Effect” crossover with Avenging Spider-Man #6, Punisher #10, and…

  • Daredevil #21 review

    THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN! That’s right folks. Forget Superior Spider-Man #1, forget Amazing Spider-Man #700. The Superior Spider-Man’s real first appearance was a surprise one on the final page of Daredevil #21, released on December 19, 2012, the week before ASM #700. Writer: Mark Waid Art: Chris…

  • Daredevil #11 Review (Omega Effect crossover)

    Previously, on Avenging Spider-Man #6, Spider-Man, Daredevil, Punisher, and Punisher’s new ally, Rachel Cole-Alves, agree to work together to lure out all of megacrime and destroy the coveted Omega Drive in Matt Murdock’s possession.  Then on The Punisher #10, the plan is put into motion, but Rachel betrays the…

  • The Punisher #10 Review (Omega Effect crossover)

    Previously on Avenging Spider-Man #6, the Punisher, alongside his new ally, meets with Daredevil and demands that he hand over the Omega Drive, which contains countless data on all the major criminal organizations in the Marvel Universe.  Spider-Man gets involved, and the four come up with a plan to…

  • Avenging Spider-Man #6 Review and FREE CODE GIVEAWAY!

    The Omega Effect Begins Here!  Avenging Spider-Man #6 is the first of a three-issue crossover between this book, Mark Waid’s Daredevil, and Greg Rucka’s Punisher.  Naturally, the two writers have teamed up to bring us this line-spanning tale, which will continue with Punisher #10 and end with Daredevil #11…

  • Daredevil #8 Review (Continued from ASM #677)

     Does this issue contain the same irritants in Spidey’s characterization as last issue, or does the difference in titles provide a difference in portrayals? “The Devil and the Details part 2” Written by Mark Waid Illustrated by Kano Colored by Javier Rodriguez Lettered by VC’s Joe Caramagna Covers by…

  • Daredevil #8 Review

    Last week’s ASM story wraps up in this fast-paced DD issue. All the flaws of ASM 677 are present and accounted for; I’m a little inclined to excuse them more since this is actually Daredevil’s book, but it doesn’t make Waid’s writing any less insulting to my favorite character.…

  • Amazing Spider-Man #677 Review

    Mark Waid returns to ASM for a new Daredevil crossover story that gets some things as right as you’d expect from a writer of his caliber, and as wrong as you’d expect based on the current climate at Marvel. Its overall strength actually depends on how much you like…

  • The Amazing Spider-Man #677 Review

     A review in which familiar readers will not be surprised. “The Devil and the Details” Written by Mark Waid Illustrated by Emma Rios Colored by Javier Rodriguiz Lettered by VC’s Joe Caramagna THE PLOT: After avoiding an attempted  rebound hookup from Spider-Man, Felicia Hardy a.k.a. the Black Cat is…