Daredevil by Frank Miller & Klaus Jason Omnibus (New Printing)

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Daredevil by Frank Miller & Klaus Jason Omnibus (New Printing)

Daredevil by Frank Miller & Klaus Jason Omnibus (New Printing)

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This is Miller's best (early) writing on Daredevil, where he introduces just about the entirety of the modern Daredevil mythos, including Elektra, Stick, the Kingpin as Daredevil villain, and Bullseye as arch-villain. A estas alturas de la vida no voy a descubriros el Daredevil de Frank Miller, pero como me hice de autoregalo por navidad este omnibus americano, que recoge el momento en que Miller se puso al frente de la colección, primero como dibujante y después como guionista, pues habrá que hacerle al menos una pequeña reseña.

While doing so he also gets to showcase Matt's limits and how close he is to letting Bullseye finally die.Bohužel je to z doby, kdy o "show don't tell" v komiksech nikdo neslyšel a na spoustě míst je to vidět dost bolestivě. I mezi jeho čísly jsou celkem znatelné kvalitativní výkyvy - snad vše s Elektrou je super, druhé hledání Sticka naopak dost špatné. And not only does he establish, reestablish, and create new characters, he has terrific stories for them as well. Actually finished the story parts of this a few weeks back, but I really wanted to read the long interview in the back with Miller and Janson.

A lot of small plots working, like Matt and his girlfriend and her company, Foggy and Matt getting a new office, dealing with the Punisher and dealings with Black Widow. Overall, it was a very interesting way of experiencing this Matt Murdock: a darker and much more morally complicated version; one who, in the midst of internal chaos, uses those he loves the most in such a nonchalant fashion without even thinking of the effect his actions have on them, but who also ultimately ends up realizing just how far reaching the consequences of his behavior are.Si bien los primeros números son un poco tontos y se aquejan de esas historias tan flojas a los que nos tenían acostumbrados los comics antes de que la revolución de los 80 y artistas como el propio Miller los orientaran hacia tramas más adultas, según avanzan las páginas avanza su interés y su lectura se disfruta cada vez más. Frank Miller's spellbinding scripts and pulse-pounding pencils mark one of Daredevil's greatest eras -- but will the Kingpin and Bullseye's efforts rob the Man Without Fear of everything he holds dear?

You can still figure out what the characters are saying and those missing words are very few (two to three words in the whole book IIRC). I was never a huge fan of Daredevil but since I've started collecting the recent stuff by Mark Waid (which is excellent by the way) I felt I finally needed to get this omnibus and explore what I was told was some of the best stories and art in comics history. Here we get to watch (for the first time in comics), a character move from a typical spandex-clad, fighting hero with a secret identity to a thoughtful and troubled person who contemplates murder and love.

The template was to have the hero meet the villain and for the villain to go to jail after a bit of a romp.



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