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By Brian Jacks


Last month Marvel offered its first Must Haves collection of consecutive issues from one title (Venom - Ultimate Spider-Man #33-36), and comic shops responded with record orders. On the heels of that success, Marvel has announced the second edition in its Must Haves compilation series, Marvel Must Haves: Daredevil, collecting Daredevil #41-43, the first three chapters of the current acclaimed "Lowlife" story arc.

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"Response to the 25-cent Daredevil #41 has been tremendous, with people checking the issue out because of the attention generated by the movie and the USA Today review, and then discovering the work of writer Brian Bendis and artist Alex Maleev," said Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada. "Issue-in, issue-out, Daredevil is one of the best comic books on the stands of any genre. Marvel Must Haves: Daredevil was created to give new readers just catching on to that fact an opportunity to continue with the story started in issue #41, and with the series as it heads to its next big story arc, "Hardcore."

"I'm so excited about this collection because ever since we announced Matt Murdock would be outted as Daredevil by the tabloids, people kept waiting for the trick finish or easy way out," added Brian Bendis. "What these issues illustrate is that we have no intention of doing anything like that, so I'm thrilled that people are looking for them and want to continuing following the story!"

The 80-page Marvel Must Haves: Daredevil hits store shelves on March 19 with a cover price of $3.99. DAREDEVIL #45, concluding the "Lowlife" storyline, goes on sale March 26.


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