Introducing Blindspot in ‘Daredevil’ #1!

Back in black. That part disappoints me a bit for Daredevil, just because I so want to see him in the red suit on Netflix. But I do like the idea of him taking on an apprentice — Marvel needs to seriously develop the next generation. Marketing aside, the storytelling has changed, and maybe, just maybe, readers want the stories — the lives — to move forward. It’s worked for characters at Image Comics, and the reality for the Marvel Cinematic Universe is that actors age. We age with them – and a whole audience has gotten invested in specific people as specific characters. Lay the groundwork for them to age out of being superheroes, and letting a new generation come in. Let our legends be legends.

From Marvel:

He’s back in black and back on his home turf this December. Today, Marvel is pleased to present to you a look inside DAREDEVIL #1 – the blockbuster new series from writer Charles Soule (Death of Wolverine, Uncanny Inhumans) and artist Ron Garney (Captain America, Wolverine)!

It’s a new beginning for Matt Murdock in the all-different Marvel Universe. Back in New York City and practicing law in the District Attorney’s office for the first time – Matt’s day job and night job finally align. Fighting crime in the shadows, prosecuting bad guys in the light…it’s a whole new world for the Man Without Fear. Including the arrival of a new hero he’s taken under his wing.

Who is this new hero and where did he come from? Welcome to Hell, Blindspot. Hope you survive the experience! Be there as the Man Without Fear charges headlong into the All-New, All-Different Marvel Universe in DAREDEVIL #1!

DAREDEVIL #1 (OCT150751)
Written by CHARLES SOULE
Art & Cover by RON GARNEY
Variant Covers by JOE QUESADA (OCT150756) & TIM SALE (OCT150755)
Action Figure Variant by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER (OCT150752)
Hip-Hop Variant by ALEX MALEEV (OCT150753)
Marvel ’92 Variant by LARRY STROMAN (OCT150754)
Cosplay Variant by PATRICK ‘RICK’ LANCE (OCT150757)
FOC – 11/02/15, On-Sale – 12/02/15

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In addition to running Fanboy Planet, Derek has written for ActionAce, Daily Radar, Once Upon A Dime, and The Wave. He has contributed stories to Arcana Comics (The Greatest American Hero) and Monsterverse Comics (Bela Lugosi's Tales from the Grave). He performs with ComedySportz San Jose and ShakesBEERience, in addition to occasional screenwriting and acting jobs. If you ever played Eric's Ultimate Solitaire on the Macintosh, it was Derek's voice as The Weasel that urged you to play longer. You can buy his book "I Was Flesh Gordon" on the Amazon link at the right. Email him at editor@fanboyplanet.com.