Earlier today Marvel gave fans their first look at DAREDEVIL #12 with a three-page preview of the upcoming book. The issue, which is scheduled for release on April 9th will continue to unravel the Mark Waid story and will feature interior art from artist Chris Samnee.
Based on the three pages provided to readers by the publisher, it seems that Samnee will continue to evoke the same artistic style that we've seen from Paolo Rivera in previous issues of DAREDEVIL.
Based on the images provided, it seems that the romance between Matt Murdock and Felicia Hardy may have fizzled. Either that, or Matt's just a player. What do you think of the preview for DAREDEVIL #12? Are you following the series?== TEASER ==
DAREDEVIL #12 (MAR120608)
Written by MARK WAID
Pencils by CHRIS SAMNEE
Cover by PAOLO RIVERA
FOC – 4/09/12, ON SALE – 5/2/12
Marvel is pleased to present your first look at, Daredevil #12. The best reviewed comic of the year continues as writer, Mark Waid, welcomes aboard fan favorite artist Chris Samnee (Thor: The Mighty Avenger, Ultimate Comics Spiderman)! Matt Murdock’s alter-ego leaves him little time for a social life; but the Man Without Fear finally makes time for Kirsten McDuffie! But, the assistant district attorney’s motives aren’t so innocent; she’s on a mission to uncover Daredevil’s true identity at any cost!
“I've been a lifelong Daredevil fan and Mark happens to be one of my all-time favorite funnybook writers, said Samnee. “I've have been head over heels for this latest run of DD since I first caught a glimpse of Paolo's onomatopoeia filled cover for issue one.”
“When Chris’s pages come in over email, I drop everything to admire them” explained Waid. “He's astounding.”
Will Daredevil’s super-human senses save him from falling hopelessly in love? Find out in Daredevil #12, hitting comic shops everywhere and the Marvel Comics app, this May; as Samnee joins the all-star Daredevil creative team, creating unimaginable adventures only The Man Without Fear can handle!
“Chris is a profoundly adept storyteller with an eye for posture and mood in all his characters,” adds Marvel Senior Editor, Stephen Wacker “He’s a perfect complement to his cohort Paolo Rivera’s outstanding art on Daredevil and I’m over the moon that he’s on board.”