Source: Press Release
Daredevil, bloodied and bruised from his epic battle with the mysterious and capable new villain Ikari in Daredevil #25, returns home to clean himself up. Limping around his bathroom, a defeated Matt Murdoch leans over his toilet and is shocked to discover that someone, presumably the dastardly Ikari, adding insult to injury, has left a floater in the bowl. The man without fear has been pushed to the brink! He's been emotionally tortured by his enemies! His best friend has been diagnosed with cancer! But this? This is just too much.
At least we're pretty sure that's what happens, based on the preview images, which unfortunately do not contain any words for context.
Will Daredevil bring this impolite villain to justice? Find out on May 22!
Here's the press release:
DAREDEVIL #26 First Look!
Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Daredevil #26, from the critically acclaimed creative team of Eisner Award winning writer Mark Waid and Eisner Award nominated artist Chris Samnee! In this double sized issue, the man without fear has been left in a pool of his own blood—cut, beaten and humiliated by the dangerous Ikari! With the same heightened senses, the two are matched in every way except one—Ikari can still see! But how is this menace tied to the accident that created Daredevil? And as Foggy deals with his current condition, Matt must turn to one of the smartest heroes in the Marvel Universe for help – Iron Man!
This May, Mark Waid & Chris Samnee let fear grip the man without it, only in Daredevil #26!
DAREDEVIL #26 (MAR130612)
Written by Mark Waid
Art & Cover by Chris Samnee
FOC- 04/29/13 On-Sale – 05/22/13
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