Daredevil Visionaries: Frank Miller, Vol. 3
Daredevil found new life under the pen and pencil of Frank Miller, and his vision of the Man Without Fear is highlighted in this third volume, collecting the complete run. In this collection, Daredevil once more takes on New York City's criminal underworld, angered over the prevalence of drugs... show more
Daredevil found new life under the pen and pencil of Frank Miller, and his vision of the Man Without Fear is highlighted in this third volume, collecting the complete run. In this collection, Daredevil once more takes on New York City's criminal underworld, angered over the prevalence of drugs in the schools. Along the way, he has to first compete against and then fight the Punisher, who has a deadlier method for dealing with pushers. Daredevil also finds himself foiling the Kingpin of crime's latest machinations while precariously handling a crumbling relationship with Heather Glenn.When the dangerous Hand return from Japan, Daredevil needs help but his last ally against them, Elektra, is dead. Coming to his aid is the Black Widow, an old lover, who only further complicates Daredevil's emotions.
Publish date: November 1st 2001
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
Series: Daredevil Marvel Comics
Like with how Miller uses women. He fridges them, he treats women's issues lightly, but for all that, he tells a damn good story. And it's brilliant to see how he's evolving as an artist even through a year; he does evolve, and I can see the beginning of his iconic style in these earlier drawing...
This is my least favorite out of the Daredevil Visionaries volumes. I think the storylines were less compelling and didn't make up for the dated nature of the artwork. Also, there wasn't nearly enough Elektra in it for me. I don't like Heather Glenn as Matt's girlfriend. I think that it's a misallia...
This was an "ok" read. It was fun, and it was entertaining. A good look at Frank Miller's work other than things like Sin City. The comics compiled here come from the early 80s, which for me brought back the memories, so to speak. The stories were mostly on the average side though; I did not find an...