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Celebrate 50 Years Without Fear This April in Daredevil #1.50

Take a step forward with the Man Without Fear in these preview pages by Javier Rodriguez, Alex Maleev and more!

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This April, grab 50 fearless years by the horns in DAREDEVIL #1.50, a special anniversary issue brought to you by superstar creators from Hornhead’s past and present, including Mark Waid and Javier Rodriguez, Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev, and Karl Kesel!

“We’re celebrating the Man Without Fear's 50th anniversary not by looking back, but by looking forward,” says Waid. “With a special story set in the future, on Matt Murdock's 50th birthday, peppered with clues for sharp-eyed readers as to what the rest of 2014 will hold for Daredevil!”

On Matt Murdock’s 50th Birthday tragedy strikes the city of San Francisco, forcing the Man Without Fear out of his long earned retirement. What will happen to Matt Murdock in the future? Who lives? Who dies? Don’t miss the twists and turns that will have readers buzzing!

But that’s not all! DAREDEVIL #1.50 comes jam-packed with new backup stories from legendary past Daredevil creators! Experience new stories from Karl Kesel as well as Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev as they examine untold tales of Matt Murdock’s most triumphant victories…and heartbreaking losses.

What will tomorrow hold for Matt Murdock? And how will this year’s events play into his unexpected future? Can a man truly stay fearless forever? The answers and even more surprises are coming sooner than you think! Look out – here comes DAREDEVIL #1.50!

      DAREDEVIL #1.50 (FEB140702)
      Written by MARK WAID,
      KARL KESEL & BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS
      Art by JAVIER RODRIGUEZ, KARL KESEL & ALEX MALEEV
      Cover by PAOLO RIVERA
      Variant Cover by CHRIS SAMNEE (FEB140704)
      Decade Variants by MARCOS MARTIN
      A (DEC138176)
      B (DEC138177)
      C (DEC138178)
      D (DEC138179)
      E (DEC138180)
      FOC –03/17/14 On-Sale - 04/09/14

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      PasinThrew
      PasinThrew

      I dunno, is Daredevil interesting enough? I want to think so but I just watched the movie and thought it lacked something. The lame almost cringe worthy fight scenes in parts put me off, as did the veeeery cheesey romance. Part from that i thought it was great! Are there any big Daredevil fans out there?