New City, New Danger, Same Ol’ Matt Murdock: First Look At DAREDEVIL #1
Daredevil #36 saw some monumental changes in the lives of both Matt Murdock and his long-time friend and law partner Foggy Nelson. The Man Without Fear took on the Sons of the Serpent and won, but there was a hefty price he had to pay to pull it off. After a short four-week digital comic series, our hero will find his new home in San Francisco. From the first unlettered preview of Chris Samnee‘s artwork for Daredevil #1 we can see that the city may be new, but the danger isn’t that different. Daredevil is Daredevil. He has enemies and there are people that need saving. He may need a little time to adjust to his new surroundings, but he’s back to business as usual in no time. Mark Waid and Chris Samnee kick off the new chapter of Matt‘s life March 19th. What do you think of our first look at the new #1?
This March, the Eisner Award winning creative team returns for the next chapter in the saga of Matt Murdock, as the Man Without Fear rushes headlong into All-New Marvel NOW! Marvel is proud to present your first look at DAREDEVIL #1 – from the blockbuster creative team of Mark Waid & Chris Samnee!
Gifted with an imperceptible radar sense, blind lawyer Matt Murdock patrols the streets with a Billy club and a passion for justice. Only this time – it’s a brand new city, with even more dangerous foes. Join Matt Murdock as he journeys from the dark streets of Hell’s Kitchen to the sun-drenched boulevards of San Francisco.
And the scenery isn’t the only new thing in store for Ol’ Hornhead. A world of changes are in store for Matt Murdock as old haunts and familiar faces rise up to give the devil his due. Changes that will turn his life upside down yet again! Don’t miss one moment of the highly anticipated series this March when DAREDEVIL #1 comes to comic shops and digital devices!
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