Saturday, November 11, 2006


A few months ago I picked up Daredevil, but I had no time to read it. I put it aside for when I had a chance. Since then, I've forgotten to Daredevil a few months in a row because I hadn't read the last one. Last week, the clerk was telling me how much he liked it, and I realized that I had let it lapse. I picked up a couple issues, fully intending to read them after the one I'd already bought. It was the issue with Foggy on the cover, announcing the fake-out and I know I picked that one up.

Well, over a week has passed, my election obsession is subsiding, I'm behind on my NaNoWriMo and I feel the overwhelming urge to read Daredevil. So, naturally, I can't find the issue.

This sucks. I can't even pick up Green Lantern and start to read without thinking about how I'm in the mood to read Daredevil.

This is why I am two weeks behind in comics reading.


  1. You will of course, find that issue three weeks from now, as you are desperately looking for something completely different. It IS frustrating, but be comforted by the thought that comics never go bad. (they may BE bad, but they don't GO bad.)

    Oh, and wasn't Green Lantern #14 great? When he was charging his ring, I thought I was going to faint.

  2. really is funny all the various silly things that keep us from catching up with our reading.

    I feel for ya!

    Oh, and Daredevil rules!

  3. I've been loving Daredevil for the past while. I never found him interesting until the Bendis/Maleev run, and that got me reading some back issues, and the new team seems to be doing well. And suddenly, wham, new fan.
    I still get all woobly over Daredevil's final speech at the end of "Decalogue."