Daredevil

Matt Murdock's personal life and career spiral out of control after the Kingpin learns his secret identity as Daredevil from a drug-addicted ex-lover and uses the information to destroy him.

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Publisher: Marvel

ISBN: 9780785134817

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 248

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Matt Murdock's personal life and career spiral out of control after the Kingpin learns his secret identity as Daredevil from a drug-addicted ex-lover and uses the information to destroy him.


David Mazzucchelli s Daredevil Born Again Artisan Edition

While the originals in this ... story appear to be in black and white, they have actually been scanned in color, allowing the reader to see all the intricacies and subtle nuances that make the hand-drawn art unique.

Author: David Mazzucchelli

Publisher: Artisan Edition

ISBN: 9781684055968

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 216

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Enjoy the acclaimed graphic novel as an ART BOOK! Each page of this classic story is reproduced from the original art--while appearing to be in black and white, the art is scanned IN COLOR, capturing all the nuances (blue pencil, white out, etc) and quirks that make original art unique! DAVID MAZZUCCHELLI'S DAREDEVIL BORN AGAIN was released in the much lauded Artist's Edition format in 2012. It soon became the best-selling Artist's Edition of all-time and was universally acclaimed. In 2013 the book received the prestigious Eisner Award for Best Archival Project--Comic Books, as well as a Harvey Award the same year. It soon sold out and has been the single most requested AE book to date for IDW to reissue. So it is only fitting that IDW launch its new MARVEL series of Artisan books with this award-winning classic! Just as the original release, DAVID MAZZUCCHELLI'S DAREDEVIL BORN AGAIN ARTISAN EDITION features the same scans--entirely from the original art--each painstakingly done by David Mazzucchelli himself to ensure the finest quality possible. If ever a book deserved to be in this format it is Daredevil Born Again. Frank Miller, at the peak of his powers, crafted a story that remains--in an extraordinary career--one of his finest pieces of writing. And David Mazzucchelli does a stellar tour de force job as his collaborator, providing a nuanced and nearly pitch-perfect turn as artist. If there is any book deserving to be re-read and rediscovered... this is the one!

Daredevil

Born Again Frank Miller. Daredevil: Born Again TPB (7th Printing, 2005) cover by David Mazzucchelli Forthe Daredevil: BornAgain TPB, the originalissue coversweremodifiedto removethetrade dressandrecoloredbyDavid Mazzucchelli.

Author: Frank Miller

Publisher: Marvel Entertainment

ISBN: 1302369989

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 248

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Daredevil Born Again

“Y yo os digo… Que un hombre sin esperanza es un hombre sin miedo”.

Author: Frank Miller

Publisher: Panini España SA

ISBN: 8413340381

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 224

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“Y yo os digo… Que un hombre sin esperanza es un hombre sin miedo”. Aquí llega la edición definitiva de la historia definitiva de Daredevil, escrita y dibujada por dos auténticas leyendas del Noveno Arte. Karen Page, el antiguo amor de Matt Murdock, ha cambiado la identidad secreta del Diablo Guardián por una dosis de droga. Ahora, Daredevil debe encontrar fortaleza mientras Kingpin le golpea como nunca antes lo ha hecho. Si sólo puedes tener un libro de Daredevil en tu biblioteca, debería ser éste. Con un pormenorizado ensayo y análisis por parte de Santiago García (La novela gráfica).

Frank Miller s Daredevil and the Ends of Heroism

... 100 Daken (son of Wolverine), 199 Dante Alighieri, 192, 227 Daredevil (Matt Murdock), 13–16, 23–24, 33, 217, 232; adult content and, 211–213; 2011 reboot of, 157; Batman and, 47–50; blindness and, 77–80, 82–85; “Born Again” arc and, ...

Author: Paul Young

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

ISBN: 0813573033

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 292

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2017 EISNER AWARD NOMINEE for Best Academic/Scholarly Work In the late 1970s and early 1980s, writer-artist Frank Miller turned Daredevil from a tepid-selling comic into an industry-wide success story, doubling its sales within three years. Lawyer by day and costumed vigilante by night, the character of Daredevil was the perfect vehicle for the explorations of heroic ideals and violence that would come to define Miller’s work. Frank Miller’s Daredevil and the Ends of Heroism is both a rigorous study of Miller’s artistic influences and innovations and a reflection on how his visionary work on Daredevil impacted generations of comics publishers, creators, and fans. Paul Young explores the accomplishments of Miller the writer, who fused hardboiled crime stories with superhero comics, while reimagining Kingpin (a classic Spider-Man nemesis), recuperating the half-baked villain Bullseye, and inventing a completely new kind of Daredevil villain in Elektra. Yet, he also offers a vivid appreciation of the indelible panels drawn by Miller the artist, taking a fresh look at his distinctive page layouts and lines. A childhood fan of Miller’s Daredevil, Young takes readers on a personal journey as he seeks to reconcile his love for the comic with his distaste for the fascistic overtones of Miller’s controversial later work. What he finds will resonate not only with Daredevil fans, but with anyone who has contemplated what it means to be a hero in a heartless world. Other titles in the Comics Culture series include Twelve-Cent Archie, Wonder Woman: Bondage and Feminism in the Marston/Peter Comics, 1941-1948, and Considering Watchmen: Poetics, Property, Politics.

American Comic Book Chronicles The 1980s

Miller wondered how a good man might react when all of his worldly trappings were stripped away and forced Daredevil to live through that gauntlet in “Born Again.” In the first issue of Miller's new run, Daredevil's world is ...

Author: Keith Dallas

Publisher: TwoMorrows Publishing

ISBN: 1605490466

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 288

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The American Comic Book Chronicles continues its ambitious series of FULL-COLOR HARDCOVERS, where TwoMorrows' top authors document every decade of comic book history from the 1940s to today! Keith Dallas headlines this volume on the 1980s, covering all the pivotal moments and behind-the-scenes details of comics during the Reagan years! You'll get a year-by-year account of the most significant publications, notable creators, and impactful trends, including: The rise and fall of Jim Shooter at Marvel Comics! The ascendancy of Frank Miller as a comic book superstar with works like Daredevil, Ronin and The Dark Knight! DC Comics’ reboot with Crisis on Infinite Earths and its Renaissance with a British invasion of talent like Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, and Neil Gaiman! The emergence of Direct Market-exclusive publishers like Eclipse Comics, Pacific Comics, First Comics, Comico, Dark Horse Comics and others! These are just a few of the events chronicled in this exhaustive, full-color hardcover.Taken together, American Comic Book Chronicles forms a cohesive, linear overview of the entire landscape of comics history, sure to be an invaluable resource for ANY comic book enthusiast!

The Struggle Is Real Is There Life After College

6) Daredevil: Born Again 7) In the late 70s, Frank Miller got his start working as a penciler on Daredevil. Eventually, Miller took up the writing responsibilities, and with Klaus Janson inking, transformed the character into a ...

Author: Mike Moratto

Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc

ISBN: 1365129160

Category: Poetry

Page:

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The Struggle is Real: Is there Life After College? is the compilation of short stories, poetry, essays, drawings, and photography you never knew you needed (but now that you know you need it, you should definitely buy it). Although the collection covers a wide range of topics, from political satire to mental health awareness to millennial...stuff, all of the pieces fit under the broad motif of 'struggle,' and what it truly looks like in 2015. All proceeds from the sale of this book go to the faith-based, anti-trafficking organization, Redemption of Rahab (RoR), a group of awesome people, who work in Washington, D.C. to get women out of the sex industry. As an intelligent, successful, attractive, and socially conscious consumer, you can only benefit from procuring a copy of this book.

Daredevil Vol 2

Rather than phoning it in, he used an “Original Sin” tie-inflashback to not only fillin a gap in Matt Murdock's past (that unforgettable Mystery Mom from my all-time favorite Frank Miller story, “Daredevil: Born Again”), ...

Author: Mark Waid

Publisher: Marvel Entertainment

ISBN: 1302479008

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

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Enter the Superheroes

Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli's Daredevil: Born Again (1986) takes the superhero Daredevil and puts him through the misery of being destroyed professionally, physically, and emotionally strictly through his secret identity of Matt ...

Author: Alex S. Romagnoli

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 0810891727

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 246

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Ever since the first appearances of Superman and Batman in comic books of the late 1930s, superheroes have been a staple of the popular culture landscape. Though initially created for younger audiences, superhero characters have evolved over the years, becoming complex figures that appeal to more sophisticated readers. While superhero stories have grown ever more popular within broader society, however, comics and graphic novels have been largely ignored by the world of academia. In Enter the Superheroes:American Values, Culture, and the Canon of Superhero Literature, Alex S. Romagnoli and Gian S. Pagnucci argue that superheroes merit serious study, both within the academy and beyond. By examining the kinds of graphic novels that are embraced by the academy, this book explains how superhero stories are just as significant. Structured around key themes within superhero literature, the book delves into the features that make superhero stories a unique genre. The book also draws upon examples in comics and other media to illustrate the sociohistorical importance of superheroes—from the interplay of fans and creators to unique narrative elements that are brought to their richest fulfillment within the world of superheroes. A list of noteworthy superhero texts that readers can look to for future study is also provided. In addition to exploring the important roles that superheroes play in children’s learning, the book also offers an excellent starting point for discussions of how literature is evolving and why it is necessary to expand the traditional realms of literary study. Enter the Superheroes will be of particular interest to English and composition teachers but also to scholars of popular culture and fans of superhero and comic book literature.