Daredevil: End of Days by Brian Michael Bendis, covers by Alex Maleev, variant covers by David Mack, pencils by Bill Sienkiewicz, Klaus Janson, colors by Matt Hollingsworth et al.

This series is a MUST READ, not just for Daredevil fans but for anyone looking for good, quality writing coupled with amazing covers and interior art.

Maybe Tim is luckier than his predecessor … maybe some day we’ll see. I don’t like the Daredevil title under Mark Waid and I like Waid as a writer but the direction he took didn’t work for me as a fan of the title. But DD End of Days was simply amazing and it rubbed the right way all the stuff that hooked me at the first place when I started to read. I hope this thing get’s expanded .


Quick pics from today’s session.

Added a “Mapone” word balloon to honor End of Days. Also wanted to reference Echo, but didn’t have space for another character–so I came up with a more symbolic way to do it. Did some other touch-ups and blending.

Better, less bloody pics to come… As always, tattoos by Charlotta Brunson of Tattoo Charlie’s of Lexington.


Pick of the Week Pt. 1: Daredevil: End of Days #6. If you have been following this series, then it is not difficult to see why this is a must-read. If you have not, then the question is, why not? Bendis teams-up with some of the industry’s best talents to produce a tale that will keep you hooked.

The plot thickens as more villains of yesteryear shows up dead while Ben Urich puzzles over who is the Daredevil who saves him from certain death. Pictured here are the Alex Maleev and David Mack variant cover.

Verdict: You won’t regret picking this one up.