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Daredevil Visionaries chapter 1 Daredevil Visionaries , meaning Daredevil Visionaries , genre Daredevil Visionaries , book cover Daredevil Visionaries , flies Daredevil Visionaries , Daredevil Visionaries e95bf68877e38 All The Elements That Made Miller S Tenure On Daredevil A Comic Noir Classic Are Here Gritty, Street Level Action, Moody Atmosphere, And Widescreen Adventure Told With A Cinematic Eye.The Stories In This Volume Feature Unforgettable Characters Like The Kingpin, The Mammoth King Of The New York Underworld Bullseye, The Deranged But Deadly Assassin Elektra, The Woman Daredevil Loves But Is Forced To Oppose And, Of Course, Daredevil Himself, Blind As Justice, He Is An Attorney By Day And An Urban Vigilante By Night Also Introduced In This Collection Is The Mysterious Ninja Brotherhood, The Hand, The Group That Will Ultimately Cause Elektra S Untimely Demise.The Stories Included In The Volume Dedicated To Frank Miller S Classic Work Show The Continued Development Of An Artistic Legend As His Skills Continued To Grow In Stature And Depth.


10 thoughts on “Daredevil Visionaries

  1. says:

    2.0 to 2.5 stars Contains Frank Miller s first work on Daredevil artwork only as he did not take over the writing until later Okay, but not on the level of the later work when Miller took over the writing duties.


  2. says:

    Daredevil is the Man Without Fear, shaped by childhood circumstances to be a nighttime prowler and avenger crime fighter His father s sad demise spurred him to seek justice, but he doesn t stop there He disciplines his body to further his mission of protecting the innocent and seeing criminals captured, although he never goes over the line to murder.I am in the minority, but I liked the movie with Ben Affleck I think they ...


  3. says:

    The DAREDEVIL stories that embarked Frank Miller on his career fell throughout the Jim Shooter reign at Marvel, during which two events occurred with titles catalog wide the status quo stayed the same, or titles drastically changed Daredevil was fortunate to have both occur.The initial stories are scripted by Marvel mainstay Roger McKenzie, a decent Bullpenner probably best known for his Captain America as President idea, who was solid and advanced the stories in a very formulaic way Miller d The DAREDEVIL stories that embarked Frank Miller on his career fell throughout the Jim Shooter reign at Marvel, during which two events occurred w...


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    So I enjoyed thisthan I thought I would I wasn t sure how I d feel about earlier Daredevil stories, since I m so used to seeing Matt inked colored in newer styles To be honest though, this was pretty amazing.Frank Miller s talent for penciling is evident, from the first issue contained in this volume He brings this gritty noir style to the story that I really ended up liking I think my favorite part is the way that he drew Natasha, or Black Widow as you might know her She has this dis So I enjo...


  5. says:

    Early Marvel work by the vastly influential Frank Miller Whoever teamed him up with Klaus Janson as an inker was a genius Their work complements each other beautifully and may have helped pave the way...


  6. says:

    Kind of a Frank Miller Greatest Early Hits Miller with the edge of having something to prove Do yourself a favor and check this out.


  7. says:

    Enjoyable If this were my first foray into Daredevil comics, or older comics, I don t know that I would keep reading, but it s not, so I will Up next Frank Miller takes over as writer.


  8. says:

    So the first volume of this series is from when a very young Mr Miller was just the artist on the title, and had not yet taken over as writer as well The truth is that, as much as other creators and editors love to jump up and tell how they could totally see that this kid was gonna be huge way back then, at this point Frank Miller was not really Frank Miller His main draws as an artist especially in his DD days are his creative and unorthodox layouts and storytelling techniques, his extreme So the first volume of this series is from when a very young Mr Miller was just the artist on the title, and had not yet taken over as writer as well The truth is that, as much as other creators and editors love to jump up and tell how they could totally see that this kid was gonna be huge way back then, at this point Frank Miller was not really Frank Miller His main draws as an artist especially in his DD days are his creative and unorthodox layouts and storytelling techniques, his extremely carefully choreographed fight sequences, and his very distinct aesthetic approach You can see little glimmers of that here and there, and he was probably a bitoriginal than your average Marvel ...


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  10. says:

    This trade is where Frank Miller began to do the art for Daredevil He does not take over the writing duties until Visionaries volume 2, though he is credited with co plotting the story at points It should be noted the new trade paperback breakdown for the Frank Miller DD run separates the issues differently The first volume now includes a few issues of Frank Miller s writing issues as well The first time I read this trade I opened it up to find that it starts in the middle of an ongoing sto This trade is where Frank Miller began to do the art for Daredevil He does not take over the writing duti...


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