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Death of Wolverine #1

From CBR:

Written by: Charles Soule

Art: Steve McNiven and Jay Leisten

Colors: Justin Ponsor

Letters: Chris Eliopoulos

Covers: Steve McNiven, Jay Leisten, Justin Ponsor, Alex Ross, Joe Quesada, Mark Morales, Jason Keith,Leinil Yu, Gerry Alanguilan, Skottie Young… 150 more words

Daredevil #14

David Mack // Joe Quesada with David Ross
March 2001

Thankfully, #13’s problems have retreated. A novelistic timeframe—months presumably—lets Foggy N. dismantle the Kingpin’s empire in montage, tho’ that makes the pacing of the Echo/DD plot wonky. 29 more words


Joe Quesada Crafts Stunning Variant Cover for Death of Wolverine #1!

Marvel has released a first look at Marvel Chief Creative Officer, Joe Quesada’s jaw dropping variant cover to Death of Wolverine #1 – the story that has the whole world talking! 203 more words


Daredevil #13

David Mack // Joe Quesada
October 2000

Foggy tries to connect a client’s murder to Fisk while his partner seeks the witness, who in turn shoots & “kills” the acquitted Kingpin of Crime. 47 more words


Daredevil #12

Joe Quesada & Jimmy Palmiotti // Rob Haynes
June 2000

JQ & JP put their editor caps on for this better-than-average fill-in for a mag swamped by delays; Haynes offers a simple, light style. 35 more words


Daredevil #11

David Mack // Joe Quesada
May 2000

Ironically, the book’s massive delays help the rapid romance btw Matt & new foe Maya Lopez—only two issues ago, he was moping over longtime partner Karen’s death! 31 more words


Daredevil #10

David Mack // Joe Quesada
March 2000

Who’s the force behind this phenomenal work, indie artist Mack or Marvel insider Quesada? The lovely design serves to intro a compelling counterpart to Matt M: a Latina/American Indian, deaf, able to mimic actions perfectly, a potential hero whose super-origin is corrupted by K’pin’s intrigues. 11 more words