Men In Red Tights Previews: Daredevil #26 And Deadpool #10
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The last time we saw Daredevil, he had gotten the stuffing beat out of him by the mysterious Ikari. The villain is every bit Matt‘s equal, matching him power for power. Ikari has one big advantage though, he still has his eyesight. Daredevil #26 picks up with that shocking development in a special double-sized issue featuring Iron Man. It comes out May 22nd from Mark Waid and Chris Samnee.
New unlettered preview pages for Deadpool #10 were recently released as well. It looks like the Merc with the Mouth, the new lady in his life (literally inside his head) Agent Preston, and Spider-Man/Doc Ock team up to take on some bad guys. Looks like Batroc the Leaper leapt from the set of Captain America: The Winter Soldier back into the pages of the comic book. Deadpool #9 is by Gerry Duggan, Brian Poshen, and Mike Hawthorne. It comes out May 22nd as well.
Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Daredevil #26, from the critically acclaimed creative team of Eisner Award winning writer Mark Waid and Eisner Award nominated artist Chris Samnee! In this double sized issue, the man without fear has been left in a pool of his own blood—cut, beaten and humiliated by the dangerous Ikari! With the same heightened senses, the two are matched in every way except one—Ikari can still see! But how is this menace tied to the accident that created Daredevil? And as Foggy deals with his current condition, Matt must turn to one of the smartest heroes in the Marvel Universe for help – Iron Man!
This May, Mark Waid & Chris Samnee let fear grip the man without it, only in Daredevil #26!
Deadpool teams up with the Superior Spider-Man, and it looks like he is about to break Batrock the Leaper‘s leg.
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