This year marks Daredevil’s 50th anniversary. In celebration, I’ve commissioned our very own Richard Cox to create a poster for my collection.
I’ve already submitted my all-time/all-title Top 10 Covers list, but being that I’m a huge Daredevil fan, I had to figure out which Daredevil covers would be considered the Top 10 of all-time. To do that, I had to recruit the help of the good folks over at manwithoutfear.com. (If you’re a DD fan and […]
What’s so special about this issue? A full 13 months before he exploded on the scene with his introduction of Venom in Amazing Spider-Man #300, Todd McFarlane handled the art duties on this fill-in issue of Daredevil. While not fully formed yet, his style was evident even this early.
This one is special to me. Not only does it deal with what it is that makes a hero a hero (a recurring theme in Daredevil), but on a personal level, this is the first comic I ever bought.
This is one of those posts I knew I was going to write but never wanted to think about. Unless you live under a rock, or you only read my blog and no one else’s (bless you), you know that Gene Colan, one of the greatest storytellers and comic book artists in American history, if […]
A guy is reading and posting a review of each and every issue of Daredevil. The Matt Murdock Chronicles His reviews focus on the writing, but he does comment on the art and artists as well. He always includes some great scans of panels from every issue. I decided I’d start at the beginning of […]
Well, technically it’s (barely) still January as I write this, so consider it my New Year’s resolution piece. I resolve to do more of these things than I did last year! Or at least if not in quantity, in quality. (I guess I could do a couple a week with just a few sentences, like telling […]
Collector Matthew West has been working with Eric on a project featuring our favorite Man Without Fear. They wanted a way to pay tribute to the work of Gene Colan, as well as stretch Eric as an artist.
When is art born? It’s almost like asking “what is art?”. Our passion for comics brings two art forms together – writing and drawing. Is one “art” without the other?
This just in…posted over on Clifford Meth’s blog. Please keep your eyes and ears open for more details.