Daredevil #10 kicks off a new arc with Daredevil‘s protege Blindspot being lured in to an unusual murder scene which contains a wall-sized painting done in blood. Someone is obviously playing with the two heroes, but why? And what’s the broader significance of the painting itself, purposefully left for Daredevil and Blindspot to find?
Along with setting up a new mystery for the vigilante to solve, the latest issue also shows us that everything is not so peachy with Matt Murdock’s day job. His sudden appointment to the District Attorney’s office has earned the ire of several co-workers who were passed over for promotion and still hold grudges against loosing to the former defense attorney in court. That plus loosing the flexibility to control his own schedule foreshadows trouble for Murdock.
Although the world isn’t crashing down on him must yet, events in Daredevil #10 do seem to bode ill for both Matt Murdock and his horny alter-ego. Worth a look.