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Preview: Man Without Fear #2

Man Without Fear #2

(W) Jed MacKay (A) Stefano Landini (CA) Kyle Hotz
Rated T+
In Shops: Jan 09, 2019
SRP: $3.99

Daredevil is gone, but Hell’s Kitchen is still a place of heroes and villains. Foggy Nelson (issue #1), the Defenders (issue #2), the many loves of Matt Murdock (issue #3), the Kingpin (issue #4) and a mysterious Guardian Devil (issue #5) will all learn what it means to live in a world without a Daredevil. And without a Daredevil to protect it, has hell come for his city? Who is The Man Without Fear?!

Man Without Fear #2

Review: The Punisher: War Machine Vol. 2

Frank Castle, aka the Punisher, still has the War Machine armor and he’s using it to take on criminals. Between that and his siding with Hydra, the superhero community aren’t too happy with him and are out to stop him.

The Punisher: War Machine Vol. 2 collects issues #224-#228 by Matthew Rosenberg, Stefano Landini, Guiu Vilanova, and Lee Loughridge.

Get your copy in comic shops now and book stores November 27! To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.



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Preview: Typhoid Fever: Spider-Man #1

Typhoid Fever: Spider-Man #1

(W) Clay Chapman (A) Stefano Landini (CA) R. B. Silva
Rated T
In Shops: Oct 03, 2018
SRP: $4.99

Typhoid Mary is back in Manhattan and has set her sights on Hell’s Kitchen. With Daredevil preoccupied trying to take down Mayor Fisk, a power vacuum has suddenly formed in Manhattan’s most dangerous neighborhood, and Typhoid Mary aims to fill it with her own unique brand of chaos. But Daredevil isn’t the only guardian watching over the Kitchen’s residents… and SPIDER-MAN is going to prove it!

Preview: The Punisher #224

The Punisher #224

(W) Matthew Rosenberg (A) Stefano Landini (CA) Clayton Crain
Parental Advisory
In Shops: May 16, 2018
SRP: $3.99

• FRANK CASTLE brings the WAR MACHINE armor back to the good old USA!
• Better armed than ever before, nothing can stand in the way of the Punisher’s mission.
• Well, that is, unless CAPTAIN MARVEL and other heroes of the Marvel Universe have something to say about it!

Preview: Daredevil #596

Daredevil #596

(W) Charles Soule (A) Stefano Landini (CA) Dan Mora
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 13, 2017
SRP: $3.99

•  Newly elected Mayor Wilson Fisk has declared Daredevil Public Enemy No. 1. Now, every bit of law enforcement in New York City is out to take him down, and the Man Without Fear has nowhere to hide – while Matt Murdock receives the most incredible offer of his legal career.

Review: Daredevil #595

New York City has fallen to Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin – Daredevil’s greatest and deadliest adversary. Matt Murdock has the law and he has his superhuman abilities – but Fisk has an entire city on his side. What can one man do? If he’s Daredevil, he can FIGHT.

An egotistical maniac who everyone knows is a criminal but can’t quite prove it has been elected. Sound familiar? Writer Charles Soule gives us a riff on the real world as Wilson Fisk takes control as the Mayor of New York which kicks off as part of Marvel Legacy in Daredevil #595.

The idea of a “stunt” Mayor isn’t anything new when it comes to Marvel comics and the publisher has a long history of its characters taking the position but this for some reason feels a little different.

This issue is a slow burn as it first explores the shock as to the event, the reason why, the ramifications for Matt, and then a confrontation. The reasons for his election feel very similar to an orange hued politician and the issue gives us at least a decent explanation as to the “why.” Soule doesn’t pull punches and covers a lot of different opinions representing the myriad reasons for why individuals are elected.

Where Soule takes it from there is interesting with Fisk cracking down on superheroes and what position that puts Murdock in. As usual Soule with his law background keeps things interesting and has a little fun with a lawyer found in that position.

The art by Stefano Landini is just ok for me. It’s decent but something doesn’t quite pop. There’s been so many great artists on Daredevil, Landini falls in the ok territory. It’s not bad at all but it’s just a lot of amazing to compare to. And part of this is to Rod Reis who provides the art to the backup story featuring writing from Robbie Thompson. Reis’ art blows Landini’s art away in both style and use of the page. To me this is a case where the backup art overshadows the main story’s. Thompson gives us the fundamentals of Matt’s background.

The issue is good and has a lot of interesting concepts and for me this feels like a superhero comic that’ll be cerebral going forward with not as much action but getting into the roots of superheroes being outlaws in some ways and the public turning against them. This is a different type of superhero comic away from big battles, the action, is a little different and very welcome.

Story: Charles Soule, Robbie Thompson Art: Stefano Landini, Rod Reis
Cover Art: Bill Sienkiewicz

Story: 7.5 Art: 7.0 Overall: 7.45 Recommendation: Read

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Preview: Daredevil #595

Daredevil #595

(W) Charles Soule (A) Stefano Landini (CA) Bill Sienkiewicz
Rated T+
In Shops: Nov 08, 2017
SRP: $3.99

New York City has fallen to Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin – Daredevil’s greatest and deadliest adversary. Matt Murdock has the law and he has his superhuman abilities – but Fisk has an entire city on his side. What can one man do? If he’s Daredevil, he can FIGHT. PLUS: Includes 3 bonus MARVEL PRIMER PAGES!

Mayor Fisk! The Kingpin Rules in Daredevil #595

There’s a new mayor in town…Mayor Fisk, that is. After his rise to the top, Matt Murdock’s classic foe takes center stage as Marvel Legacy hits Daredevil #595, written by Charles Soule with art by Stefano Landini.

Matt Murdock has always had the law on his side, but now that Manhattan is under new rule, the tables have been turned: and it’s the vigilante hero who is on the outside of the law, with the Mayor of Crime ruling over Manhattan.

With Fisk as Mayor, that means he’s become the King and Daredevil has lost the thing he could relay on, the place he was sworn to protect: New York City. But, with Fisk as Mayor, there’s a power vacuum left in the underworld and a number of players attempt to fill it in the “Kingpins of New York” storyline that’ll impact every book across the Marvel Universe. Everyone will feel the pressure from Fisk’s term in office.

But Mayor Fisk’s rule won’t just affect the street team – all Marvel characters will feel his power!


Daredevil #595 features a cover by Bill Sienkiewicz.


Marvel Legacy Unveils Multiple New Series

This fall, a new day will shine on the Marvel Universe with your favorite heroes, your favorite creators…where every story is an event!

Marvel has announced the following creative teams and Legacy titles:



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For an in-depth look at our return to original numbering, fans can consult Marvel’s renumbering chart – a handy and easy way to jump on board with our Legacy content! Featuring new adventures and dozens of exciting returns, look for more interviews and updates with artists, writers, and editors of these series.