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Daredevil ¡El hombre sin miedo!: La autobiografía de Matt Murdock

Daredevil El hombre sin miedo La autobiograf a de Matt Murdock Daredevil se enfrenta a un momento trascendental que podr a significar la muerte de Matt Murdock Despu s de que su identidad secreta haya salido a la luz el Hombre sin Miedo ha decidido escribir su a

  • Title: Daredevil ¡El hombre sin miedo!: La autobiografía de Matt Murdock
  • Author: Mark Waid Chris Samnee Matthew Wilson Mark Guggenheim Peter Krause
  • ISBN: 9788490943533
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • Daredevil se enfrenta a un momento trascendental que podr a significar la muerte de Matt Murdock Despu s de que su identidad secreta haya salido a la luz, el Hombre sin Miedo ha decidido escribir su autobiograf a, un arriesgado movimiento que le llevar enfrentarse a sus m s oscuros demonios y en el que ha implicado a sus amigos m s cercanos.Despu s de acometer un larga yDaredevil se enfrenta a un momento trascendental que podr a significar la muerte de Matt Murdock Despu s de que su identidad secreta haya salido a la luz, el Hombre sin Miedo ha decidido escribir su autobiograf a, un arriesgado movimiento que le llevar enfrentarse a sus m s oscuros demonios y en el que ha implicado a sus amigos m s cercanos.Despu s de acometer un larga y aclamada etapa de las aventuras de Daredevil, Mark Waid y Chris Samnee se despiden del personaje, en una monumental trama que llevar al Diablo Guardi n a enfrentarse con su m s viejo enemigo, pero tambi n con las grandes amenazas que ha encontrado en la ciudad de San Francisco Descubre qui n vive, qui n muere y qui n cambia para siempre, en una historia que nunca olvidar s.

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    1. Mark Waid Chris Samnee Matthew Wilson Mark Guggenheim Peter Krause

      Mark Waid born March 21, 1962 in Hueytown, Alabama is an American comic book writer He is best known for his eight year run as writer of the DC Comics title The Flash, as well as his scripting of the limited series Kingdom Come and Superman Birthright, and his work on Marvel Comics Captain America.

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    1. Most of my GR friends know how much I love the Brian M Bendis run on Daredevil and the following run by Brubaker was arguably better! It was dark, gritty, realistic (for comics) and the artwork was beeeeeee-utiful. Miller put Daredevil in the big screen, but Bendis put him in the big league.When Mark Waid took over, I enjoyed the refreshing colourfulness, the new villains, such as the Spot and even though it was less gritty and a bit cartoony, I really liked the fresh approach. DD was getting a [...]


    2. No matter how much we can love a thing, it has to come to an end, something I've learned recently from watching the final film from Studio Ghibli. Once again, that realisation is said about the conclusion of Mark Waid’s wonderful run on Marvel’s Daredevil, which was about making a flawed hero’s life into a happy one, with stories that embraces Matt Murdock as a superhero, albeit one without a secret identity.Given his celebrity status as San Francisco’s superhero sensation, Matt has been [...]


    3. And that's a wrap on Mark Waid's character-defining run on Daredevil! To be honest, this volume didn't utterly thrill me. I think Waid's best ideas were behind him, and moving Matt Murdock to San Francisco didn't really do much to reenergize the character. But, that said, Chris Samnee's fantastic art paired with Waid's joyful-with-dark-tinges writing really work perfectly together. So much so that I'm willing to forgive the relatively soft landing this final volume puts out there. It's just such [...]



    4. My epic Mark Waid Daredevil read is finished. The San Fran section of his run is probably a little less interesting than what came before, but there was still a lot to like. Great art by Samnee, of course. And near the end of this book, there was some good Kingpin stuff (Samnee draws Kingpin just like I imagine he should look!) I really liked DD's red suit and tie look, I just wish his time as an open lawyer/superhero was longer, it felt like just a few pages of montage were devoted to it when i [...]



    5. Daredevil Deluxe Edition Vol.5!!! Mark Waid’s last installment for his run on the Man Without Fear! Overall, he maintained a fun run with Murdock, and it played through ‘til the end. Now, with his base of operations in San Francisco, Murdock is enjoying the life of a celebrity lawyer, well more like a superhero lawyer, since his identity was publicly exposed with an autobiography coming out. However, unlike in good ole’ Hell’s Kitchen, Daredevil is still figuring out the underworld in Sa [...]


    6. Waid's DD finally comes to an end in this volume. Though Waid's been able to maintain the tone he began the series with, it feels like he ran out of good ideas when it relaunched. Waid has DD doing some really goofy stuff in the first arc here which had me cringing. The arc with The Shroud does finish here but it's nothing as good as the Megadrive or Bullseye arcs of the previous run. The last few issues brings back Wilson Fisk but it feels as if Waid just brings him back just to do it. No real [...]


    7. The final volume in Mark Waid's run on Daredevil, and it's another good one, looking at the consequences of his identity now being public and bringing in the Kingpin for one last face-off. I don't know how they managed to put the secret identity genie back in the bottle after this, but that's fine; this works quite well, and I enjoyed reading it.


    8. A solid finale for a fantastic run on DD. I've expressed my feelings over this legendary version of Daredevil before, which is only pure love. Art, writing, pace, comedy Everything is put in absolutely right amounts in order to have this amazing result.


    9. Tan lamentable como el resto de la etapa. Lo único bueno es que es el ultimo tomo y ahora toca cambio de tercio y autores.


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