Mark Waid’s newest envisioning of Matt Murdock has been the talk of the town for quite some time in the comic world. Waid has done a bang up job of bringing Daredevil back to life, so to speak, giving him a proper characterization, a wicked storyline, and an all around amazing ongoing title. Daredevil is one of few heroes who wasn’t forced into the fray of Fear Itself, and his lone adventure is one of the most original to come out of Marvel in years. If you’re not reading this book, you simply should be. Holiday Issue 7 launches off a new arc, making it a great place to hop on board. Check out the preview art after the jump. Read on for the skinny
“Superstar artist Paolo Rivera re-joins blockbuster writer Mark Waid in Daredevil #7 for a perfect jumping on point in the life of Matt Murdock. Daredevil can’t shake the target he’s painted on his back and as a result of the shocking discovery in Daredevil #6, everyone is in danger! There’s an important decision that Matt must make and it’s result will forever change those closest to him…friend and foe alike. This December, find out why fans and critics can’t get enough Matt Murdock in Daredevil #7!”
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