Marvel posted today an audio (MP3) version of the recently released Daredevil #1.  While most would consider comic books a visual medium this dramatic reading by Marvel staffers gives a new perspective for the writing aspect of comics.

About a month ago, Marvel Senior Editor Steve Wacker came up with the idea to record an audio edition of DAREDEVIL #1 so that the visually-impaired could enjoy the dawn of a new era for DD, his friends and his enemies. Additionally, this special project provides those who can see with a new take on what’s already being hailed as one of the best comics of 2011.

DAREDEVIL writer Mark Waid provides full panel descriptions directly from his script on this audio edition, while Marvel editors Tom Brennan, Ellie Pyle and Jordan D. White lent their voices to Daredevil/Matt Murdock, Kirsten McDuffie and Foggy Nelson, with White and Wacker also providing additional vocals. Marvel.com Video Editor Todd Wahnish recorded the piece, Marvel.com Associate Editor Ben Morse directed and Jordan White edited the final recording.

Marvel isn’t offering an embedded player on their site, so go ahead and hit Play below.

[podcast]http://marvel.com/files/podcasts/DAREDEVIL_1_edited.mp3[/podcast]