Exclusive Preview: DAREDEVIL #15 by Mark Waid & Chris Samnee

Today we’ve got an exclusive preview of Mark Waid and Chris Samnee’s Daredevil #15, due out in July. And, boy, if it isn’t a sight for sore eyes. Looks like some real peril for the Man Without Fear as he’s ambushed in Latveria. Anything scarier than a nine panel grid of total darkness in a Daredevil book?

If anything, maybe it’s those big changes waiting for Matt back in New York…

DAREDEVIL #15

Written by MARK WAID
Art by CHRIS SAMNEE
Cover by PAOLO RIVERA
. Daredevil suffers his greatest loss ever — and that’s just the start of the story!
. Alone and helpless, Daredevil is hunted in Latveria!
. Meanwhile the law firm of Nelson & Murdock undergoes a drastic change!

32 PGS./Rated T+ .$2.99

Comments

  1. John Byrne snowstorm. ‘NUFF SAID.

  2. Never seen a 9-panel grid totally blacked out! They even skipped the eyelids-opening panels. Pretty interesting choice 🙂

  3. filippod filippod (@filippodee) says:

    That cover! The barbwire behind the head looking like the radar sense effect…. awesome.

  4. Gosh, reading this book makes me think in superlatives. Daredevil is one of my favorite characters, and I love it that his book is so awesome right now.

  5. I miss Bullseye.

    • Evil Never Dies.

      Also, I’m really enjoying that Waid’s going further afield than just the usual gauntlet of DD foes.

      He’s going up against some of the FF’s Big Bads right now.

      I can’t wait to see who’s next.

  6. I must be one of those few guys that is 55 yrs old, started reading comics in 1963, remembers buying 0.12 cents comics for 32 pages, and thinks this is lazy and gimmicky. Unless they threw this 9 panels in as an extra page I want a discount.

  7. Hey, fellas… Joe Caramagna hasn’t added the lettering to these pages, as far as I can see.

    He’s an artist, too, and so is Mark Waid, whose words with be filling those cap boxes and balloons.

    Chris Samnee is brilliant. Mark Waid is doing a superlative job on this book. The color has been wonderful.

    The lettering has been elegantly understated, with the sound FX hand-drawn by the artists, and Caramagna rendering Waid’s “Murdock-voice” in a style that sounds quietly disciplined, playfully dutiful, and at times, vengefully righteous.

    Trust me, it’ll be great.