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Andy Diggle

March 21, 2013 / / Biff Socko 1 Comment

It’s time for another update from BIFF SOCKO, TWO-FISTED NEWSHOUND. Biff Socko covers Comic Book News like zits on the A-V Club. Faster than Perry White! Stronger than J. Jonah Jameson! Hotter than Cat Grant! He is…BIFF SOCKO!   DATELINE: METROPOLIS– Action #18 is the last issue featuring the work of writer Grant Morrision. Andy Diggle will take over as…

Let’s face a simple fact. If you look up and down Diamond’s top selling books, it’s made up of numerous DC titles, some choice Marvel titles, and from there, a selection of niche books which have their cemented places in fans’ comic shop pull lists.…

August 28, 2011 / / Fan Expo 0 Comments
July 25, 2011 / / Reviews 2 Comments

Coming off the worst stretch of his life, Matt Murdock left New York and travelled cross-country to find himself. After a brief stay in New Mexico, Murdock rediscovered his nature after helping a small town overcome its problem with some aggressive locals. Upon returning to New York though, Murdock must face the consequences of his actions.…

Last updated on December 9th, 2012 at 08:41 amEvery week Comic Book Daily asks the question and the crew (and special guests) give their answers; we’ll be doing this for 52 weeks. Tip of the hat goes to the gang at Scans Daily for the inspiration. This Week’s Q: New/Old.. what’s the book you want to read/re-read this summer.. Ed…

Last updated on December 21st, 2012 at 11:05 amvery week CBD’s Editor in Chief Pete DeCourcy asks the question and the crew (and special guests) give their answers, we’ll be doing this for 52 weeks. Tip of the hat goes to the gang at Scans_Daily for the inspiration. This Week’s Q: What news are you hoping to hear out of…

January 17, 2011 / / Reviews 4 Comments

Writer: Andy Diggle Artist: David Gianfelice Colours: Matt Hollingsworth Letters: Joe Caramagna Cover: Jock Publisher: Marvel Comics Come one, come all! Witness the rebirth of a(nother) comic book character. Excuse the cynicism, but it feels like there’s a rebirth in comics every few minutes. With this issue Marvel comics brings readers yet another one in the form of Daredevil Reborn,…

December 8, 2010 / / Reviews 0 Comments

Last updated on October 28th, 2011 at 09:33 amWe’re going to take a little departure from the usual format here. I’ve kept mum on the most part about Shadowland mostly due to the sheer volume of titles published since the story began in July. That’s especially the case with legitimate stinkers like the Bullseye one-shot. Instead of the normal breakdown…

September 13, 2010 / / Reviews Comments closed

Last updated on May 31st, 2013 at 09:18 am Marvel’s big mid-2010 event is nearing it’s half-way point, and amidst all the hype preceding the first issue of Shadowland the series has been a let down. It’s not as though the series as a whole has been poorly written, because it hasn’t. Save the horrendous, borderline ridiculous Bullseye one-shot, most…

August 29, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

Marvel announced at Fan Expo on Saturday Daredevil’s return to the forefront with a four issue limited series. Starting in January, Daredevil Reborn will launch and it will mostly focus on rebuilding the character from the ground up. The book will primarily try to find a new voice for the character, and really will delve into what Matt wants to…

August 2, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

Marvel has released the following teaser image featuring Nova flying through the rooftops of Hell’s Kitchen. The only text accompanying the image was the question “Who will be the new Man Without Fear?” along with the declaration of “Shadowland” changing the Marvel Universe. I’m going to be completely honest with you, for the last few years since I’ve discovered Franco…

July 20, 2010 / / Reviews Comments closed

Last updated on May 31st, 2013 at 09:20 am Writer: Andy Diggle and Antony Johnston Artist: Roberto de le Torre Colours: Matt Hollingsworth Letters: Joe Caramagna Shadowland has begun, and for the residents of Hell’s Kitchen and Marvel’s costumed heroes that can only mean one thing: either band together, or lose the soul of New York to darkness. Yet, after…

July 9, 2010 / / Reviews Comments closed

Last updated on May 31st, 2013 at 09:28 am Writer: Andy Diggle Pencils: Billy Tan Inks: Batt Colours: Christina Strain In Daredevil: The List, the Diggle penned one-shot written last year tying into Dark Reign, the renowned assassin Bullseye destroyed an apartment complex and killed over 100 people in Hell’s Kitchen. Let’s fast forward to the present. In the building’s…

July 6, 2010 / / Reviews Comments closed

Last updated on May 31st, 2013 at 09:21 amShadowland is about to descend upon Marvel’s heroes. With the summer event drawing ever closer, this week we’re previewing the potential blockbuster that will pit a dozen of Marvel’s best characters ranging from super powered arachnids to adept martial arts masters against one another with the soul of New York resting in…

June 14, 2010 / / Reviews 3 Comments

Last updated on May 31st, 2013 at 09:22 am Writers: Andy Diggle and Antony Johnston Artists: Marco Checchetto, Matt Hollingsworth, Joe Caramagna, and Paolo Rivera With Marvel’s summer event Shadowland drawing near, the Daredevil team is gearing up for the event that will pit Matt Murdock dead at the centre of a conflict with Marvel’s street-level heroes; everyone from Luke…

April 27, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

Marvel Comics has released the second in a series of teasers for “Shadowland,” the new miniseries by Andy Diggle and Billy Tan that’s billed as the “battle for the soul of New York.” This one really should have been the first one as it makes me much more exciting than Punisher shooting Spider-Man – especially considering it wasn’t Franken-Castle. Now…

April 26, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

I’m a trade waiter for Daredevil so I have yet to experience the Diggle era. I’ve heard really good things and being a fan of Andy Diggle I’m willing to sign on for what seems like a bit of a Marvel street level character event – even though Matt Murdoch has managed to stay out of all big crossovers since…

March 22, 2010 / / Minutiae Comments closed

SuperheroHype has a newer new poster that manages to convey the kinetic and fast paced tone of the comic book series. Jock managed to created some of the more viceral action sequences in the book, and Diggle created very vibrant characters. This new poster manages to convey just that.