Daredevil Epic Collection: The Man Without Fear

Daredevil Epic Collection: The Man Without Fear

Stan Lee Wallace Wood Dennis O'Neil John Romita Gene Colan Bill Everett Joe Orlando Bob Powell / Mar 29, 2020

Daredevil Epic Collection The Man Without Fear Born to a past his prime prizefighter Matt Murdock s luck always ran a step behind his good intentions When a daring act to save a man s life blinds young Murdock he finds that the same accident has

  • Title: Daredevil Epic Collection: The Man Without Fear
  • Author: Stan Lee Wallace Wood Dennis O'Neil John Romita Gene Colan Bill Everett Joe Orlando Bob Powell
  • ISBN: 9780785195481
  • Page: 342
  • Format: Paperback
  • Born to a past his prime prizefighter, Matt Murdock s luck always ran a step behind his good intentions When a daring act to save a man s life blinds young Murdock, he finds that the same accident has enhanced his remaining senses to superhuman levels He becomes Daredevil, a gritty hero born from murder but tempered with the desire to protect the downtrodden COLLECTING Born to a past his prime prizefighter, Matt Murdock s luck always ran a step behind his good intentions When a daring act to save a man s life blinds young Murdock, he finds that the same accident has enhanced his remaining senses to superhuman levels He becomes Daredevil, a gritty hero born from murder but tempered with the desire to protect the downtrodden COLLECTING VOL 1 DAREDEVIL 1964 1 21

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      • Stan Lee Wallace Wood Dennis O'Neil John Romita Gene Colan Bill Everett Joe Orlando Bob Powell

        Stan Lee born Stanley Martin Lieber is an American writer, editor, creator of comic book superheroes, and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics.With several artist co creators, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co created Spider Man, the Fantastic Four, the X Men, Iron Man, the Hulk, Daredevil, the Silver Surfer, Dr Strange, and many other characters, introducing complex, naturalistic characters and a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books He subsequently led the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation.


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    1. Including one of the most drastic costume changes in comic book history, this first volume of DD adventures features issues 1 to 21, and although there are no truly memorable villains to speak of, this is a sound set of comics that you can be sure will be entertaining. Daredevil's main problem for a long time was that he didn't have any really memorable villains that he could call his own. There are a few encounters with Spider-Man and Ka-Zar, and The Owl turns up more than once, but it's only t [...]


    2. Man, I loved this collection. Lots of talent on view, too.And, it has one of my favorite villains, the origin of Stilt-Man. Stilt-Man! Art by Wally Wood, Bill Everett, Joe Orlando, John Romita, Bob Powell, and Gene Colan. Even covers I never knew by Jack Kirby.Recommended.You'll have to ignore the wooden - or lack of - characterization of Karen Page, though. Sometimes, when dealing with stories scripted by Stan featuring Karen Page or Gwen Stacy, I think of his attractive wife, the late Joan Lee [...]


    3. While I do love 1960s era Marvel for its campiness and the general ability for comics from that era to reflect larger social and philosophical issues, the issues collected here do not all retain the freshness I felt while reading the original Avengers, Black Panther, or Nick Fury of S.H.E.I.L.D. While all these texts have problematic elements, they represent a milestone in the evolution of the superhero in the American consciousness and often offer critiques of the world around them. What leaves [...]


    4. It's the beginning of the Man without Fear, and it's prettytually it's not very good. The book really seems to be trying to replicate the success of Spider-Man, but it just can't do it. For one thing, Daredevil doesn't really have the expanded cast that Spidey does. It's basically Matt, Karen, and Foggy. Spider-Man had a pretty big cast which enriched the stories, and Daredevil would have a hard time doing the same with such a small cast.Daredevil also falls pretty short in the villain departmen [...]


    5. The first set of Daredevil stories -- I particularly like the art in the Wallace Wood ones, and of course with the John Romita later ones.


    6. The first 21 issues of the Stan Lee/Bill Everett version of Daredevil (there was a prior Daredevil in the 1940s), although Everett soon left the book, and was replaced by Wally Wood, and then John Romita, who, in turn, was replaced by Gene Colan.To make this relatively short, the earliest stories in the book are better than i remembered, but that unfortunately didn't last all that long, with the gritty elements swept away by the decision to have Daredevil quip endlessly like Spider-Man, as well [...]


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