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Daredevil By Brian Michael Bendis & Alex Maleev Ultimate Collection Book 1 TPB (Graphic Novel Pb) [Paperback]

David Mack , Alex Maleev , Brian Michael Bendis
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29 Jun 2010 Graphic Novel Pb (Book 1)
During a character-defining run, Brian Michael Bendis crafted a pulp-fiction narrative that exploited the Man Without Fear's rich tapestry of characters and psychodrama, and resolved them in an incredibly nuanced, modern approach. Now, this Eisner Award-winning run is collected across three titanic trade paperbacks! In this volume, witness the Kingpin's downfall at the hands of Sammy Silke and see how a down-on-his-luck FBI agent can change Matt's life forever. Collects Daredevil #16-19 & #26-40.

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  • Paperback: 488 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel Comics (29 Jun 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785143882
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785143888
  • Product Dimensions: 25.8 x 16.8 x 1.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 158,257 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5.0 out of 5 stars The Good, the Bad and the Pulp Hero Returns 17 Mar 2011
Format:Paperback
THE GOOD: Beautiful opening with David Mack's art on Wake Up which works so much better in a collection than single issues. Then it's straight into the action, cutting out the forgetable DD issues 20-25 (may they rest in peace) and onto the acclaimed stuff. And here's where Bendis-haters can't possibly deny: the man has talent. Perfect pacing, an understanding of every facet of the story, characters with individual voices and dialogue so sharp it almost cuts your fingers as you turn each page. Alex Maleev's artwork rounds things off perfectly, giving the series the dark edge the best DD stories are remembered for and, yet again, the pacing and camera work match the script to perfection.

THE BAD: I like Terry Dodson's art, but it doesn't quite match the tone of the story. Saying that, I wouldn't mind seeing a Daredevil story with Dodson's art one day, but not here. It just feels a little odd to finish up the book with his slightly cartoony art, but it doesn't detract from the overall piece enough to knock it from its five star perch. This is comic book gold.

THE PULP HERO RETURNS: Top notch stuff. I need to not gush, so overall...? If you're a grown-up who still loves suerheroes, this is the kind of stuff that you can sound off about to justify your geeky little fetish.
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5.0 out of 5 stars bendis writes great stories 22 Feb 2012
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The stories have alot of depth and keeps you interested, at a glimpse of the art work i first asumed it was poor but when i looked at it properly the art work is incredible just very different to what i am used to seeing in a comic, impressive.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely brilliant 28 Nov 2010
Format:Paperback
I first got this collection because i was becoming interested in Brian Michael Bendis. I was not a previous DD fan, i had reads comics here and there but no solid runs or anything like that. At first i found Miller's the art kind of crude, and simple but it grew on me so much in just the first story in this collection. The whole book is just brilliant comic after brilliant comic, it has me wanting more (in fact i got the next 2 books which were amazin) and has made me a Daredevil fan
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The one thing about mainstream superhero comics- basically, Marvel and DC Comics- is that there is ALWAYS a status quo to stick to. Nobody wants to change this status quo because it means developing the characters and moving them away from what Stan Lee and numerous other creators originally envisioned them as. This is a scary thing to do for mainstream comics- these characters have become so entrenched in their original visions that creators will do anything to keep them where they are. Well, that is, almost all of them. Bendis is an exception in this regard- his only goal, as it appears from an extra afterword at the back of this collection- was to shatter the current status quo and develop Matt Murdock, a.k.a. Daredevil, the man without fear, into a fully realized character. Whilst I have yet to read the rest of his run, this collection shows that Bendis is doing that beautifully. We begin with what is frankly a beautiful opening four-parter, with David Mack, called "Wake Up", in which Ben Urich investigates a broken family and the possible reasons for the family's son's comatose condition. I can't say enough on how beautiful this story is, but not particularly for Bendis' writing- it's actually David Mack's art that is the standout feature. However, when we move onto the first shocking issue of Bendis' main run, with gritty and grimy artwork by Alex Maleev, the story really kicks in and Bendis' flair for writing becomes apparent. This guy has the most brilliant dialogue in comics- he's the form's Tarantino for sure. Reading his words are brilliant and the dialogue is simply astonishing. Read more ›
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