• The return of a menace from the past sets Daredevil, Doctor Strange and the ClanDestine on a collision course!

• Continues in this month’s Wolverine Annual #1!

Story by Alan Davis
Art by Alan Davis & Mark Farmer
Colors by Javier Rodriguez
Letters by Clayton Cowles
Cover by Alan Davis, Mark Farmer, & Javier Rodriguez

Price: $4.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.1%


dix08/08/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 2.8
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  1. I’m going to be one of the few people getting this on purpose.

    I don’t get the fuss about Waid’s Daredevil but I liked Davis’ Fantastic Four Annual.

  2. I’ll be getting it also. I love Waid’s Daredevil but I am interested to see Davis on this.

  3. Love Waid’s Daredevil but I’m the opposite on this. Saw this wasn’t Waid and that it is continuing in the Wolverine annual so I am passing.

  4. hmmm…i usually skip annuals(especially after the Mr Freeze treatment in Batman) but, Alan Davis? i like Alan Davis. that cover looks like dog shit, though.

  5. Love Davis. Love ClanDestine. Very happy these annuals are coming out finally

  6. The F4 annual was awful, so I’ll be skipping this one.

  7. Am I gonna have to follow to Wolverine’s Annual to complete the story? I don’t care too much about that book. May need to skip this.

  8. I didn’t know it was continuing in the Wolverine annual either. Strange. Here is the preview….


  9. As a huge Daredevil fan I can’t really believe I’m saying this, but I think I’ll be skipping this. I’ll flick through it at the shop but I hate Alan Davis’s artwork and don’t see why he’s so loved. Therefore I’ll be saving my $4.99 (which is high anyway).

  10. This is really the second part of a Clandestine storyline, which began in the Fantastic Four Annual and will conclude in the Wolverine Annual. Its less about the title characters and more about Alan Davis’ creation, which I’m fine with as I like Alan Davis, but if you were looking for a stand alone Daredevil story you’ll probably be disappointed.

  11. As much as i love love Waid’s Daredevil, I’ll be picking this up. I’m not the biggest Alan Davis fan, but he is good in small doses, like for a one-shot or annual.

  12. Really enjoyed the FF Annual, but I was already a fan of Clandestine — though I don’t think you have to be to enjoy it.

  13. Avatar photo 36crazymet (@themikeylamb) says:

    Looks like fun hhaha I love a good/bad DD comic!

  14. Part 1 in the FF Annual was ok, not great or awful. The Davis art was beautiful as usual. I don’t think you need to pick it up to understand this story.

    Unsure whether I’ll get it or not. It’s a light week for me, but $5 is a bit much.

  15. I liked this story a lot. Now I can’t wait to read the ending in the Wolverine annual.

  16. this was…ok. i think i might be done with annuals. they’re hardly ever worth it.

  17. This was a solid story and I enjoyed the art. Three stars; not awesome, but entertaining. I thought that there were a number of panels where the use of shadows and the poses were very reminiscent of Gene Colan art, which I especially enjoyed!

  18. Ive only been in this hobby for a few months.. Are all annuals like this? Having. Nothing to do with the storyline in the regular issues? I started reading it and i just kinda stopped caring because its must a random throwaway story that isnt effecting continuity at all

    • Avatar photo Paul Montgomery (@fuzzytypewriter) says:

      Mostly. Think of it like a holiday special. In this case, Alan Davis is doing three or four Annuals for Marvel that are all connected, all featuring ClanDestine. It’s jumping from series to series.

    • Annuals can be whatever they want. Sometimes they tie into the regular series. Sometimes they tell their own separate stories. Sometimes they’re a place for a crossover.

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