Daredevil #15

Daredevil #15

Writer: Mark Waid Artist: Chris Samnee Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: April 29, 2015 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 8 User Reviews: 14
8.1Critic Rating
8.6User Rating

• As an old foe makes a surprising return, Daredevil must make harder choices. But is he going off the deep end?
•  Also, Daredevil's got nothin' on Kirstin McDuffie.

  • 10
    Newsarama - Justin Partridge, III Apr 30, 2015

    Believe the hype, Daredevil is and continues to be one of Marvel's can't-miss titles. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Infinite Comix - Daniel Gehen May 1, 2015

    Time is running out on Waid, Samnee, and Wilson'sDaredevil. As it nears its end, readers better strap in for an exciting ride. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Multiversity Comics - James Johnston May 4, 2015

    As has been the case for a while now, Waid and Samnee are the perfect match for Ol' Hornhead. Two creators at the top of their game who know exactly what they need to do to bring up Murdock's expectations before throwing them back down. Although there's some superficial things I'm none too pleased with (Matt's new look being first and foremost) this is still one of the more consistent books in the Marvel line. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - Corey 'Undeadpool' Schroeder Apr 29, 2015

    Too much of a good thing might not be the best, but its still pretty great! Waid and Samnees ability to take this book on a roller-coaster of tone while still keeping it consistent is one of their most amazing talents, and this issue is a great illustration of that. While things are still, generally, bright and shiny, theres a lot happening under the surface that the visuals do a great job of exploring, making this one of the more diverse, dynamic books on the shelf. And I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the FANTASTIC parody cover. It's subtle, but it gets the point across amazingly well. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton May 4, 2015

    It's a little frustrating to see Waid and Samnee's run come to an end, especially because it's starting to feel that a lot of the hallmarks of this most recent series -- the San Francisco setting, his relationship with Kirsten McDuffie, his open identity -- are about to reset in favor of a more traditional "Daredevil" setup that matches the current television series airing on Netflix. Still, until then, I'm prepared to continue to lie back and enjoy Waid, Samnee and Wilson's work together. Hopefully, we'll see these talented creators collaborate on another comic -- perhaps something creator-owned that they have full control over -- before too long. This is a "Daredevil" run that should be remembered and cherished for some time to come. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Nerds Unchained - Connor Frigon May 5, 2015

    Im going to miss Chris Samnee. Sure, hell pop up on another book, but hes Daredevil art is special. I love the way he illustrates Matts powers, the figures he draws. His storytelling choices should be taught in schools. Joe Caramangas lettering deserves a special mention. His work is always solid, but he stands out in this issue. Read Full Review

  • 7.2
    Entertainment Fuse - Jim Bush May 4, 2015

    The major change in Daredevil #15, putting all of Murdocks client interviews online (and revealing that hes been lying about Foggy Nelsons death) means that Daredevil is no longer going to be San Franciscos favorite son. Its a step in possibly making Daredevils life again a hellish existence. The plot and pacing at times, though, makes this a loaded issue in terms of series arcs and continuity, so its not the most self-contained issue to read. Overall, though, Daredevil #15 might prove to eventually be one of the most important moments of Mark Waids time on the series. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    SnapPow.com - John McCubbin Apr 29, 2015

    Daredevil #15 is a continuation to the work that Waid and Samnee have been producing. Though if you're like me, you aren't a fan of recent developments this may not feel impressive. Despite that, there are some dramatic events, and though I personally am still a little miffed, it was still a somewhat enjoyable read. Read Full Review

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