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Feb. 19 Comics Preview: Daredevil ends, Animal Man wraps up and Justice League lets Cyborg shine

Justice League #28 cover Metal Men Geoff Johns Ivan ReisDaredevil #36 cover Chris Samnee Mark Waid Marvel Now Animal Man #28 Travel Foreman cover DC Comics Buddy Baker

Cyborg is reborn, Daredevil comes to an end and Animal Man is not far behind in this week’s comic previews.

Daredevil #36
Daredevil #36 cover Chris Samnee Mark Waid Marvel Now

Pack your things, Matt Murdock. You’re gone.

Daredevil #36 may be the last issue in its current iteration for Mark Waid and Chris Samnee, but rest assured: Daredevil will be back before you know it with a relaunched line and the same creative team. Nevertheless, after Matt Murdock revealed his identity – again – at the end of Daredevil #35, expect this to be a glorious (though brief) send-off for ol’ Horn Head.

What new status quo will Waid set for the next chapter in his already amazing Daredevil saga?

Justice League #28

Justice League #28 cover Metal Men Geoff Johns Ivan Reis
Cyborg’s back. And, in honor of the recently released RoboCop remake, I’ve gotta say: I’d buy him for a dollar.

Geoff Johns has made Justice League into a supplement story for Forever Evil, and in that capacity, it’s delivered in spades. If Forever Evil is the title carrying the narrative developments, then Justice League is the one carrying the key character developments. Don’t miss nice guy Vic Stone and his Metal Men taking the fight to the Crime Syndicate.

Animal Man #28
Animal Man #28 Travel Foreman cover DC Comics Buddy Baker
It’s been a long, strange (and grotesque) ride, but Jeff Lemire’s Animal Man is coming to an end, and this is the penultimate issue. Lemire wraps up his Evolve or Die storyline before his finale #29 issue next month, so check out the end for Buddy Baker. Then, watch for Animal Man to join the Justice League United, based out of Canada. How will Buddy Baker’s story end – and how will his future with the JLC begin?

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