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    Default CBR: ADVANCE PREVIEW: "Daredevil" #508

    Marvel Comics has released an advance preview of "Daredevil" #508, part of the upcoming "Shadowland" event by co-writers Andy Diggle and Antony Johnston and artist Roberto De la Torre with a John Cassaday cover.


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    "who will save them"

    Bullseye?

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    So glad De La Torre is back on this book.

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    so much for the "heroic age" where hero is a hero

    not complaining just sayin


    but this does look pretty f'ng badass
    Ready for the return of the one and only Spider-Man!!

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    It looks simply great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipsilk View Post
    "who will save them"

    Bullseye?
    Based on the cover, that's where I'd put my money.
    "Corruptus In Extremis"

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    Daredevil isn't screwing around anymore.

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    I...am at a loss of words...this was simply too awe invoking...

    And it is a pity that Moon Knight is no longer carving crescent moons into foreheads, if he was he would fit right into this storyline as one of Daredevil's ally's, hell Khonshu is going to go nuts with how great of a job Daredevil is doing, that last page is something that would make Khonshu shed a tear for.
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    Moon Knight: Yes, kill me.... See if that works this time.

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    Is Daredevil wearing his 90's gear again?

    The art's kinda murky so I can't tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whozeduke View Post
    So glad De La Torre is back on this book.
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    but this does look pretty f'ng badass
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    It looks simply great.
    Ditto!

    Quote Originally Posted by Vic Vega View Post
    Is Daredevil wearing his 90's gear again?

    The art's kinda murky so I can't tell.
    No. It's nothing more than his original suit colored black.,...which I find incomprehensiblly stupid given how awful it looks even under de la Tore's pencil, but whatever. It is what it is. The hasn't even started yet and I miss the red suit already. This isn't a good thing at all.
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    Looks awesome. And I like the outfit, although I'll be interested to see if there's a story-driven reason for the change or it's just simply thematic.

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    After being captivated by the outstandingly beautiful and missed art of the de la Tore for the last half hour or so, I began to look at how odd it was that DD simply left a sign saying "thief" around the necks of the crooks with a raise eyebrow. A bit lame for a guy whose supposed to have gone so dark and morally currupt that he'd even go so far as to make aesthetcially terrible changes to his suit, no?
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    Linked below is a page from DD 509 by de la Tore via editor Mr. Wacke'rs twitter. This is breathtaking and more than worth the wait! If de la Tore needs to skip a month two to produce pages like this, I'll gladly sit patiently.

    http://twitpic.com/1xtb6v

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    To echo what others have said: It's nice to have De La Torre back! Checchetto's fill-in work was great, but I'm really looking forward to this.

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    Man, that costume sucks. The new Hand costumes suck. Shadowland is ruining Daredevil for me. I dropped it. Haven't read any of the last arc and skipped the last issue. Can't wait for this 'event' to be over.

    Daredevil was a great character with out all this shit. Great as the art is in this preview, I can't care about reading it. Hopefully it comes out okay on the other end.

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