Daredevil #10 | Writer: Mark Waid | Art: Paolo Rivera | Colors: Javier Rodriguez | Publisher: Marvel Comics | Price: $2.99
A friend of mine who reads this column called me a Mark Waid fanboy. I just might be because I don’t think I could say anything bad about his writing if you paid me. His work on Daredevil is just that good and never ceases to amaze me. The same can be said for Paolo Rivera who is going to be at Boston Comic Con this month!
Waid has made Mole-Man the definition of creepy as Daredevil attempts to recover a plethora of coffins stolen by the villain.
Rivera’s art is the perfect compliment and his depiction of the Molester makes you want to hit him yourself.
This mission is harder than most for Matt because one of the coffins stolen belongs to his father, Jack Murdock, and that premise alone makes you wonder how any superhero would deal with this.
The Black Cat’s presence is felt in a bitter weet moment and things are set in motion for the Omega Effect crossover event along with the Punisher and Spider-Man.