Here it is, the pic from the preview book coming tomorrow in your comic store.
Charles Soule and Ron Garney are the new team on DAREDEVIL.
What are your thoughts? Head on over to the message board!
The mystery of who is taking over on DAREDEVIL seems to have been leaked before the July 1 previews that Marvel was going to release.
Bleeding Cool is reporting that writer Charles Soule will join artist Ron Garney on DAREDEVIL in October.
Obviously this will be confirmed, possibly tomorrow, as comic stores get their shipments Tuesday in preparation for Wednesday sales.
If true, what do you think? Soule is an attorney and had a great stint on SHE-HULK (which also featured DD as a guest-star) and Garney has worked on DAREDEVIL previously on the classic "34 Hours" story with Dan Chichester in issue #304.
And what's this news about an apprentice? Hmmm...
The team behind the great titles for Marvel's Daredevil, Elastic, took some time to discuss the concepts and design for the sequence that precedes every episode on Netflix.
Many thanks to Director Patrick Clair, Executive Producer of Elastic Jennifer Sofio Hall and CG Supervisor Andrew Romatz. Many thanks to them, and also Head of 3D Kirk Shintani!
I hope you enjoy the interview!
Here's a preview of DAREDEVIL #16!
DAREDEVIL #16, by Waid, Samnee and Wilson ships June 24th.
If you're going to the San Diego Comic Con, Upper Deck has an exclusive Daredevil poster for sale at their booth.
It will be 24" x 36" and cost $99. No word yet on who the artist is and if it is part of a Marvel set of cards.
September 2015 solicits are now on the site, and we've got DAREDEVIL #18 after a one month delay.
Is this the final issue for Waid/Samnee/Wilson and the final issue of DAREDEVIL before the relaunch after SECRET WARS?
The Frank Miller Artifact Edition is coming soon, and here's a sneak peek of the variant cover from IDW.
The book is 12" x 17" and will feature over 20 covers and several pages by Miller from Daredevil and other titles. It will be 144 pages.
With all the rumours of Elektra auditions, and the Jason Statham as Bullseye reports, today's official news of former Walking Dead actor Jon Bernthal as Punisher is surprising news.
Bernthal will portray Frank Castle in the second season of Marvel's Daredevil.
"Jon Bernthal brings an unmatched intensity to every role he takes on, with a potent blend of power, motivation and vulnerability that will connect with audiences," said Jeph Loeb, Marvel's Head of Television. "Castle's appearance will bring dramatic changes to the world of Matt Murdock and nothing will be the same."Marvel.com
The Defenders Podcast had me on as a guest on the weekend, and we discussed Episode 9 of Marvel's Daredevil.
Many thanks to Claire and the gang. Lots of good views and commentary, and some Canadian guy tried to sound intelligent.
June 10th will see the release of SECRET WARS JOURNAL #2, which has a story by Simon Spurrier and Jonathan Marks, which features a version of Daredevil and Elektra.
Check out the preview at CBR, which gives a new meaning to "Hell's Kitchen".
Don't forget, there is another Secret Wars tie-in called Secret Love, that will have a Matt, Karen Page and Typhoid Mary story by Michel Fiffe coming soon!
Late last night, Latino Review posted a rumour that Jason Statham was in talks to be Bullseye in the second season of Marvel's Daredevil.
The report also suggested that Mr. Fear and Mysterio will also appear next year, along with Elektra.
Latino Review also says that filming will start later this month or in July.
Today, Marvel debunked the rumour, saying there was no truth to it at all.
Earlier today, Marvel revealed that coming later this year, there will be close to 60 new #1 issues.
These series will take place 8 months after the events of SECRET WARS. Does this mean we are getting Volume 5 of DAREDEVIL?
More details here:
And tonight, Marvel released another teaser, this time with a Shadowland/Netflix-inspired Daredevil featured... is it Matt Murdock?
I know many of your collect Marvel's Daredevil features in various magazines. Here's a rundown of some recent ones I've found in Sci-Fi, Total Film and American Cinematographer.
Friday's Axel-in-Charge column at CBR has a first look of DAREDEVIL #16.
The issue ships June 24 by Waid, Samnee and Wilson, and the textless preview shows about 3 pages.
Scroll down on the page on the link below:
Here's a parody of the Daredevil titles sequence by Incachild Creative... based on Star Comics!
With the success of the Daredevil show on Netflix, fans have been asking when they would be getting licensed merchandise.
It appears it's on its way, as License Mag says:
[Disney Consumer Products] has collaborated with key licensees who will translate the gritty tone of the series into lines ready for retail. Mad Engine, C-Life, and Mighty Fine will introduce new apparel; Bioworld will debut hats and accessories; while Funko will roll out a line of collectibles; and CafePress will launch 116 different designs across a wide variety of different products. Other partners on board include Rubie's Costumes, Silver Buffalo (travel mugs and wall art), and Trends International (posters).
This year's Special Edition: NYC show will have an exclusive Daredevil poster drawn by Alex Maleev.
It will be available at select NYC retailers and also in VIP packages at the show.
This is the Sp Edition: NYC poster by Alex Maleev. It will be available at NYC retailers and part of the VIP package. pic.twitter.com/1zRmL2Qwyb— ManWithoutFear.com (@manwithoutfear) May 27, 2015
This month's Rolling Stone has a feature on Daredevil, and also an interview with actor Vincent D'Onofrio.
The actor describes his experience with Wilson Fisk and his previous knowledge of the character.
Seems that Marvel is already auditioning actresses to take on the role of Elektra in the next season of Daredevil.
Some audition videos were found online, but were quickly taken down... but ComicBook.com has transcribed the dialogue... and it certainly sounds interesting...
If you're ever wanted to listen to someone who's really nervous talk about Daredevil, then have a listen to the latest Comic Shenanigans Podcast with their guest... Kuljit Mithra!
Adam Chapman interviews me and we discuss all things Daredevil and my website from its humble start in 1996, to the Netflix show, to favourite arcs etc.
I'm too nervous to listen to it, but I hope you guys enjoy my random ramblings.
Most Craved has an in-depth interview with Daredevil season 1 showrunner Steven DeKnight.
There's a lot of discussion about storylines, easter eggs and the actors from the show.
Actor Toby Leonard Moore, Wesley from the Daredevil show, dropped by Marvel to do a podcast for "This Week In Marvel".
He spoke of working on the show, his thoughts on Daredevil comics and much more.
Marvel.com has an interview with Ryan Meinderding, who helped design the costume for the Daredevil show on Netflix.
The leader of the design team talks about working with the artists and Joe Quesada to work on a functional costume and cowl.
There will be an exhibit from Mondo starting May 22nd by artist Tom Whelan, where he will be showcasing many pieces, including two of Daredevil.
CBR has two pics of the very limited prints which will be available for purchase.
Here's a preview of DAREDEVIL #15.1!
DAREDEVIL #15.1, by Waid, Samnee, Guggenheim, Krause and Wilson ships May 20th.
TV Guide has an interview with actor Elden Henson, where he speaks about his role as Foggy Nelson.
The magazine has the headline of "Why Foggy Nelson is Daredevil's Unsung Hero".
"The cool thing about playing Foggy is he really is a good guy," Henson says. "He talks a lot and cracks jokes and you think he's not taking things seriously, but he is. I think you see he's got a big heart. He cares about people and he really wants to do good. That's why he got into law. He really believes in what's right. He's probably the most idealistic of everyone, even Matt."
Read the rest of the interview:
It's been a month since Marvel's Daredevil was released on Netflix, and fans have been amazed by the opening titles sequence.
VODzilla had a chance to speak with Patrick Clair from Elastic, the company responsible for the titles. He and his team of over 20 people designed the unique view of New York City.
Here's the opening again, and make sure to visit the interview link below it.
Rosario Dawson is set to return to her role as Claire Temple in season 2 of Marvel's Daredevil, coming in 2016.
"After working with Rosario in the first season, we knew instantly that we had to have her back for our second," said Executive Producer/Head of Marvel TV Jeph Loeb. "Claire Temple proved a fan favorite in Season 1, and we can't wait for fans to see all the plans we have for her next."
The press release from Marvel also revealed that Dawson has signed on to appear in any of the other Netflix produced shows, including Marvel's Defenders.
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