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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En esta etapa de daredevil, Frank Miller comenzó a alejarse del tono superheroico habitual en la serie, en lugar del elenco de supervillanos tradicionales de la serie, Miller decidió darle un gran protagonismo a Kingpin, que no era habitual en la colección hasta el momento, convirtiéndole en una figura omnipresente en los bajos fondos de la ciudad, una sombra que movía los hilos y que resultaba un enemigo prácticamente intocable, así Miller le dió a la serie un tono más realista y urbano. I'd read the Stan Lee silver age Daredevil omnibus, and although far from awful, was just a little too dated to fall in love with it. In a sea of good things to offer, Miller’s grand feat is probably turning Daredevil into an antihero above anything else.

You have to get past Daredevil being somewhat of Spiderman’s sidekick or nanny or whatever, which is beyond ridiculous. That being said, Frank Miller and Daredevil suit each other like Johnnie Walker and a dark and stormy night. On top of that, you get great artwork with well-chosen perspective to match the dynamics of the action. Even if the middle is near perfection I still think the ending of this Omnibus holds up extremely well too.Some stories have more "mature" themes compared to other superhero stories (such as drug abuse) so I would not recommend the book for young children or even early teens. Bohužel je to z doby, kdy o "show don't tell" v komiksech nikdo neslyšel a na spoustě míst je to vidět dost bolestivě. Esto dio lugar a una de las etapas más sólidas, consistentes, creativas y recordadas del personaje: La aparición de Elektra y relación con Matt Murdock, el conflicto inacabable e irresoluble con Bullseye y ese Kingpin reconvertido en una presencia oscura, el mal.

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. Something that did surprise me was that some elements from the Frank Miller/Klaus Janson run were used in the Daredevil movie from 2003.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. On the back, a shadowy stylised figure, not much more than a silhouette, representing where - who knows how consciously or unconsciously - Miller's hand wanted to go, and will go from Ronin on. However, I enjoyed this book much more when Frank Miller took over solo writing duties starting with the introduction of Elektra. Lee's run still loomed large over this, though once Miller got up to speed with his own natural style coming through, things picked up, and we were treated to some spectacular artwork, and some enthralling stories to boot. Al menos hasta ahora mismo, que vivimos la época mas baja en cuanto al personaje y mas triste al ver que la alaban tanto los que nunca han hecho ni puto caso al personaje.



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