[Ebook] ↠ Daredevil by Frank Miller & Klaus Janson, Vol. 1 Author Frank Miller – Snapchatlogin.us

Daredevil by Frank Miller & Klaus Janson, Vol. 1 A Classic Marvel Hero Defined By One Of Comics Greatest Visionaries A Marvel Comics Mainstay Since 1964, Daredevil Got A New Lease On Life In A Landmark 1979 1983 Run By Writer Penciler Frank Miller And Inker Penciler Klaus Janson, Whose Daring Reinvention Of The Character Quickly Made Miller One Of The Biggest And Most Influential Stars In The Comic Book Industry Miller Put His Own Stamp On Established Cast Members Such As Reporter Ben Urich, Femme Fatale Black Widow, Mad Assassin Bullseye, The Saw Fisted Gladiator, And Monstrous Crime Boss Kingpin Miller Also Introduced Daredevil S Mysterious Mentor Stick, Deadly Ninja Foes The Hand, And Matt S Long Lost Love Elektra, A Beautiful Assassin Who Would Become One Of Marvel S Most Memorable Characters Mixing Traditional Super Heroics With Mysterious Martial Artistry, Doomed Romance, And Dark Personal Drama, Miller S Character Defining DD Run Is Collected Across Three Titanic Trade Paperbacks Collecting Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider Man 27 28, And Daredevil 158 161 And 163 172.

[Ebook] ↠ Daredevil by Frank Miller & Klaus Janson, Vol. 1  Author Frank Miller – Snapchatlogin.us
  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Daredevil by Frank Miller & Klaus Janson, Vol. 1
  • Frank Miller
  • 11 February 2017
  • 0785134735

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  1. says:

    I wanted to like this book I wanted to like it A LOT I love the work of Frank Miller, even the insanity that has been coming from him in the last decade and a half, and out of Marvel s great pantheon of character I have always really be drawn to Daredevil, but this was just so. meh. My main problem is that only about 1 6th of this first book is actually written by Miller, the rest is a wide array of other authors who were deeply embedded within the late bronze age stylings Even the stuff wr I wanted to like this book I wanted to like it A LOT I love the work of Frank Miller, even the insanity that has been coming from him in the last decade and a half, and out of Marvel s great pantheon of character I have always really be drawn to Daredevil, but this was just so. meh. My main problem is that only about 1 6th of this first book is actually written by Miller, the rest is a wide array of other authors who were deeply embedded within the late bronze age stylings Even the stuff written by Miller we do see in here is a little goofy in terms of dialogue, but the stories themselves are leaps and bounds better than what we see earlier in the collection This may be the modern comics weened youth in me speaking, but I just don t enjoy the...


  2. says:

    Frank Miller s Daredevil is one of the main contributing factors to the creation of the Dark Age of Comics which, hyperbole aside, was an attempt to bottle the lightning created by Miller and Alan Moore across multiple series Frank Miller, however, took a character who was always just shy of a second rate Spiderman and turned him into a character who has had a movie as well as television series with multiple spin offs As a comic book historian as well, it also generated a muchsuccessful Frank Miller s Daredevil is one of the main contributing factors to the creation of the Dark Age of Comics which, hyperbole aside, was an attempt to bottle the lightning created by Miller and Alan Moore across multiple series Frank Miller, however, took a character who was always just shy of a second rate Spiderman and turned him into a character who has had a movie as well as television series with multiple spin offs As a comic book historian as well, it also generated a muchsuccessful franchise by imitation with the Teenage Mutant Ninja...


  3. says:

    I think that Daredevil is the first impaired superhero There were other characters who had vision problems but they were restored in one way or another Daredevil is the first superhero that while blind continues to be active, able and effective He rises above his imperilment and learns to live with it and compensate Actually, not just compensate but turn it into an advantage.With the exception of Batman, Daredevil is one of the loneliest superheroes It isn t just that he hides his identity I think that Daredevil is the first impaired superhero There were other characters who had vision problems but they were restored in one way or another Daredevil is the first superhero that while blind continues to be active, able and effective He rises above his imperilment and learns to live with it and compensate Actually, not just compensate but turn it into an advantage.With the exception of Batman, Daredevil is one of the loneliest superheroes It isn t just that he hides his identity from all his friends It s his nature He is quiet and distant, borderline antisocial he feelscomfortable observing rather than participating He is also very collected and the least humorous superhero The least talkative too Whenever he engages in battle he is always calm, focused, ruthless, imaginative, clever, and almost never engages into pointless bragging.He is also one of the darkest , grimmest superheroes, sometimes he looks positively tortured...


  4. says:

    If you know anything about Daredevil, you know that he really came into his own as a character when Frank Miller took over writing the series.I ve read every issue of Daredevil leading up to this volume, and everything that makes him work as a character was already in place before Miller started penciling the series There were good issues and bad issues befor...


  5. says:

    It s pretty well documented that Frank Miller serves as just the artist for a good chunk of this volume I was shocked at just HOW much of it it takes a long time to get to the good stuff Some of the writing in the first 3 4 of the volume was so painful it made me wish I was blind, too, just so I wouldn t be able to continue But alas, once you power through, Frank takes over in style and with authority He creates Elektra in his very first issue for crying out loud and it keeps getting b It s pretty well documented that Frank Miller serves as just the artist for a good chunk of this volume I was shocked at just HOW much of it it takes a long time to get to the good stuff Some of the writing in the first 3 4 of the volume was so painful it made me wish I was blind, too, just ...


  6. says:

    Well this was a disappointment I paid money to read frank millers daredevil but frank only writes the last four issues or so Sure he does the art for all of it but he is known for his writing I had to force myself to read this, I kept telling myself it ll be ok I m sure frank takes over soon.he didn t For 3 4 of the book a guy called roger Mckenzie does the writing and what he writes isn t awful, just really boring.Even though frank only writes a few issues in this book those few issues a Well this was a disappointment I paid money to read frank millers daredevil but frank only writes the last four issues or so Sure he does the art for all of it but he is known for his writing I had to force myself to read this, I kept telling myself it ll be ok I m sure frank takes over soon.he didn t For 3 4 of the book a guy ...


  7. says:

    DNF ing about 2 3rds of the way in I love the Daredevil television show on Netflix, so I wanted to read the must read, essential Daredevil comics by Frank Miller I just don t think this has aged well There s a lack of depth to the stories, the characters feel cliched, and ...


  8. says:

    It s my first time to finish a Marvel volume Found this copy from the library and unfortunately the only Daredevil one I ll probably buy the next when I get a decent job or something.Daredevil is a masterpiece The villains are awesome The backstories are my favorite parts than the fighting sequences which were cool too I have so many things I want to learn about these comic books One of the things I learned is that several people can revive an old character and run it This Daredevil by Fr It s my first time to finish a Marvel volume Found this copy from the library and unfortunately the only Daredevil one I ll probably buy the next when I get a decent job or something.Daredevil is a masterpiece The villains are awesome The backstories are my favorite parts than the fighting sequences which were cool too I have so many things I want to learn about these comic books One of...


  9. says:

    Great storiesMiller s artwork and writing are such a great fit for Daredevil, and I have no complaints regarding the stories here told The only complaint I do have is that the collection isn t quite big enough It introduces Elektra but doesn t include any of her stories with DD.


  10. says:

    1st half is rough, as miller was not at the helm for the writing After he took overbrilliant and dark.

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