Daredevil is perhaps best known from the 2003 movie of the same name, starring a pre-Batfleck Ben Affleck. While I think that flick has its charms—particularly the Director’s Cut, which underplays the romance (but not the Evanescence) in favour of a legal subplot featuring Coolio—it’s definitely not the best representation of the character. With the Daredevil Netflix series right around the corner, now is a great time to check out the groundbreaking comic book roots of this iconic, albeit somewhat under appreciated by the mainstream, character. Continue reading
Wednesday! Glorious comic book day! Check out our post to see what we’re looking forward to reading this week, and let us know what you’re picking up as well.
Out pick of the week, this Gwensday:
Story: Jason Latour
Art: Robbi Rodriguez
Colors: Rico Renzi
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Police Lieutenant Frank Castle is not a man to be trifled with. His new assignment? GET SPIDER-GWEN. ‘Nuff said.
Keep reading for our picks!
Hulk…Smash? by Cassie Tyler
Posted in Art Love
Spider-Gwen #4 Cover by Robbi Rodriguez
Spider-Gwen by David Yardin
Wonder Woman by Joey Chou
(She has a two-headed lightsaber. HOW COULD I NOT SHARE??)
Captain Marvel & Spider-Man by Snowman
(THE BEST OF FRIENDSHIPS!)