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Daredevil # 10 (Marvel, 2012) Paolo Rivera and Joe Rivera

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Daredevil # 10 (Marvel, 2012) Paolo Rivera and Joe Rivera

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Daredevil # 10 (Marvel, 2012) Paolo Rivera and Joe Rivera

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Paolo Rivera’s panel work on this page is pure genius !!!!

Pencilled and Inked on seperate bristol boards
Volume 3, Issue 10
Produced By: Marvel Comics
Size: 10" x 15" inches (unframed)
Release Date: May, 2012
Worldwide Shipping (FedEx): $30 USD

Item Code: CB-00552

COMMENTS  
Paolo Rivera and Joe Rivera Daredevil #10 Story Page 7 Original Art (Marvel, 2012).

Pencilled by Paolo Rivera on one piece of 11” x 17" inch comic art board and inked by Joe Rivera, his father, on a second piece of 11” x 17" inch comic art board.

Please note that the comic book image is for reference only, and is not sold with the artwork.

Synopsis for "Underground Crime"
Mark Waid and Paolo Rivera's "Daredevil" #10 delivers the same emotionally resonant and beautiful work that fans have come to expect of the new series. Somehow melding the almost old timey fun of comics of yesteryear with the intricate greys of modern storytelling, Waid and Rivera captured something powerful in their Daredevil series.

In this issue, an otherwise run of the mill plot with a dark underbelly has Daredevil hunting down Mole Man in the hopes of retrieving the bodies disturbed by a mass grave robbing. Of course, rather than just an inconsequential romp, this story has a beating horrifying heart, not only in Matt's rage over disturbed graves and missing bodies including his own father, but also when it's revealed all Mole Man was trying to do was in fact be reunited with the one person he ever loved, also now deceased. This of course does not justify Mole Man's actions, but it is that meaty morally ambiguous area Waid finds in our villain's motives that makes the story much more powerful than it might have otherwise been.  

As with all their "Daredevil" work, Rivera and Waid make a fantastic team, collaborating with almost flawless precision. Rivera's action is so crisp, clean and precise that Waid doesn't have to over-narrate. Waid provides Rivera with a script full of visual treasures from the emotional breakdown and epic heroics to even the dark oh-so-very-grey truth of things. The story is unequivocally dark, especially in its final notes and Matt's statement about the law and perhaps life itself. However, paired with Rivera's light superhero style, it rises above feeling grim and gritty without real cause and instead becomes poignant and sad.

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