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April Marks 50 Years Without Fear In “Daredevil” #15.1



There is no better time to be a Daredevil fan. Mark Waid and Chris Samnee have done extensive work to redefine hornhead as we knew him in their incredible run from the last few year. Matt Murdock has successfully made the move to the west coast, further bringing him out of his element and into a whole new host of danger. While over at Netflix we’re getting an adaptation of Daredevil’s phenomenal origin story from Frank Miller. There is no shortage of spotlight on the blind hero. So this april, to mark the character’s 50th anniversary Marvel is releasing “Daredevil” #15.1.


Experience the life and times of Matt Murdock as told by his Eisner-award winning creative team as well as a few guest creators inDAREDEVIL #15.1 – an oversized special featuring superstar talents Mark Waid, Chris Samnee, Marc Guggenheim and Peter Krause!

Matt Murdock, now publicly revealed as the man behind the Daredevil mask, has begun working on his highly anticipated autobiography! As the Man Without Fear begins to dust off the cobwebs of his past adventures, who knows what untold stories might shake loose!

What happens when Daredevil catches a murderer while out on patrol, only to have to defend him in court the very next day? Marc Guggenheim (Amazing Spider-Man) and Peter Krause (Daredevil: Road Warrior) have the answer as Matt’s double life leads to some hard choices!

Then, Daredevil artist extraordinaire Chris Samnee writes and illustrates his first hornheaded tale as the Man Without Fear of yesteryear comes face to El Diablo! Prepare for a devil vs. devil throwdown the likes of which you’ve never seen before!

Rounding out this oversized issue is new material from the monthly Daredevil team of Waid and Samnee that will have fans on the edge of their seat! This April, relive the greatest untold stories of Hell’s Kitchen’s greatest guardian with DAREDEVIL #15.1!

I’m super surprised no one has ever thought of Guggenheim and Krause’s story before. It seems like a brilliant premise for the TV show to take note of.


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