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By Mark Waid Paolo Rivera Marcos Martin Emma Ríos Khoi Pham | Comments: ( 558 ) | Date: ( Jan 28, 2020 )

A fresh start for the Man Without Fear Matt Murdock is back in New York and hoping to resuscitate his law practice, but not everyone is happy to see him And Daredevil hits the streets as Klaw, master of sound, makes his deadly return Then, a blind client holds the key to a global conspiracy perpetrated by some familiar foes Can Daredevil protect him long enough to bringA fresh start for the Man Without Fear Matt Murdock is back in New York and hoping to resuscitate his law practice, but not everyone is happy to see him And Daredevil hits the streets as Klaw, master of sound, makes his deadly return Then, a blind client holds the key to a global conspiracy perpetrated by some familiar foes Can Daredevil protect him long enough to bring down an international criminal organization And when a piece of cutting edge technology goes missing, Daredevil and Punisher team up to track it down and clear the Black Cat of the crime But is Black Cat really innocent And after someone exhumes Battlin Jack Murdock s grave, DD heads underground to find the villain responsible Mark Waid s fantastic rejuvenation of Daredevil begins here Collecting Daredevil 1 10, 10.1 Amazing Spider Man 677

  • Title: Daredevil, by Mark Waid, Volume 1
  • Author: Mark Waid Paolo Rivera Marcos Martin Emma Ríos Khoi Pham
  • ISBN: 9780785168065
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Mark Waid Paolo Rivera Marcos Martin Emma Ríos Khoi Pham

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.

Comments Daredevil, by Mark Waid, Volume 1

  • Scott

    "Let's go find the bad guys!"With that speech bubble, and a full page illustration of Daredevil, Spider-Man, and Black Cat swinging into action over the Big Apple, it's pleasing that this edition rarely takes a wrong step. It's also lighter in tone - not necessarily a bad thing - and more humorous than some of the previous collections. Stories include DD preventing a kidnapping at a Mafia wedding (even managing to steal a kiss from the bride-to-be), leading a group of stranded blind children to [...]

  • Donovan

    Barely made it halfway through this. Can't say I'm a huge fan of Waid's writing here. Or maybe indie comics are just killing it right now for me. Because this doesn't feel real enough. But the artwork is very well done.

  • Annie

    Auch wenn der Comic gut war, bin ich froh, dass die Netflix Serie bisher ohne metaphysischen Bullshit auskam und sich mehr den organisiertem Verbrechen widmet.

  • Rusty

    I’ve always like Daredevil as a character. Funny I should say that, because when I was a kid, I never read his book. I remember reading a Fantastic Four comic once where Galactus was super-hungry and made a last ditch attempt to eat the earth, because, you know, yum, and the Avengers and the FF were having it out with him. It was all lightning in the sky and buildings falling over and all that.During the fight, there was a panel, or two, of Daredevil and Spider-Man sitting (or standing) on top [...]

  • Aaron

    This is my second time reading all of these stories, and I have to say, they read just as fresh and exciting as they did the first time around. Mark Waid and Paolo Rivera's styles compliment each other perfectly, and they do a fantastic job elevating Daredevil out of the horrible, depressing mire the character fell into during the Shadowland era.They've really done the unthinkable: they've made Matt Murdock positive. I mean, a brooding hero from time to time is great, but it's been done a millio [...]

  • Jordan Lahn

    This series gets A LOT of praise, but it's taking me a while to get into it. So far I'm having trouble getting over the shift to cheery Daredevil. Throughout the Miller/Bendis/Brubaker stuff, Daredevil is kind of Marvel's closest analog to Batman, and this take on the character is clearly reflected in the TV show. At the tail end of this collection I'm starting to see hints at where Waid wants to take Daredevil with this story, but for now it's just kind of puzzling. It isn't really my favorite [...]

  • Relstuart

    I'm coming into Daredevil after really liking the character for the first time based on the work of Bendis and then Brubaker. This run has been getting a lot of positive press so I thought I would check it out. The atmosphere is starkly different than where I left off reading (with Brubaker). This Daredevil is cheery, determined to keep his chin up, and crack a smile no matter what happens. It's a little off-putting compared to where he is coming from. There are a couple art styles displayed in [...]

  • Martin Yankov

    This is an AMAZING interpretation of Daredevil.Mark Waid goes back to the basics and reinvents the character. People say it's too lightly or too cartoonish or so on. But it's actually great. It starts fresh and it goes deeper and deeper as it moves further. Matt may not be the completely broken, damaged individual we all know and love, but he is not having a fun time either. The supporting characters are great, the plot is seriously amazing. I read this during the summer, when I was going throug [...]

  • Sarah

    Pros: Nice set up for Daredevil-y hijinks, a slightly more cheerful tone with some fun writing, clean art that doesn't make me feel like my optic nerve's been severed and tossed into a food processor. Cons: Cheerful Daredevil? What the hell?

  • Kevin

    This is a truly massive volume that I hoped would collect all issues of a single story arc to kickstart my reading of Daredevil comics. Nope. 13 issues, four distinct story arcs, and many art styles. Sorry. Just wasn't digging it.

  • Jenny

    Great Daredevil story. The art is great and I love how Waid writes Matt Murdock. It is a very well done Daredevil story.

  • Bradly

    Not the biggest fan of DareDevil, smug bastard but the art and crime story in this opening run is compelling enough to continue on with Vol. 2.

  • Jesse

    It was great! Perfect art, great characterization. Interesting plots. I'm on my way!

  • Dale Kulas

    I had a blast reading all of the trades collecting volume 2 of Daredevil last year. But after plowing through a 100 issues I needed a little breather before diving into volume 3 by Mark Waid. This first volume collects issues 1-10, as well as 10.1 and an Amazing Spider-Man tie-in. Since it was a new writer/artist team and new renumbering I thought it was going to be an all-new reboot, but that is not the case as this keeps the cannon established in volume 2 with Matt Murdoch being outed by tablo [...]

  • Michael

    Daredevil war für mich in den 70ern nur ein B-Superheld, er konnte mit den kosmischen Abenteuern der Fantastic Four oder den persönlichen Krisen eines Peter Parker nicht konkurrieren. Einzelne Hefte gefielen mir allerdings ganz hervorragend, zum Beispiel die Nummer 56, die geheimnisvoll düster mit einem auf einem Geisterpferd reitenden Mumienmann aufwarten konnte. Im Essential Daredevil Band 3 kann man sich überzeugen, dass Roy Thomas und Gene Colan damals tolle Stories gebracht haben. Colan [...]

  • Shelley

    This was the perfect place to start with Daredevil - he's just come back from some super dark happenings and is trying to start his NYC life over again. This is apparently much lighter and more fun than previous runs, which is up my alley, and there's lots of little boxes giving background information. This compiled a bunch of short stories with one thread running through about the five cartels (AIM, Hydra, etc) after information that Matt has. I love how there are panels showing what/how he see [...]

  • Jerry

    The Good: I'm a longtime superhero fan, but, I know very little about DareDevil; I never saw the Ben Affleck film because I never really wanted to. Still, with my recent interest in comics, I figured I could check out one of Marvel's best loved heroes, and, for the most part, I enjoyed these adventures. Murdoch may be blind, but he doesn't let that stop him, which makes his story all the more inspiring.The Bad: Though mostly fun, the writers and artists felt the need to add in a bit too much pro [...]

  • David

    Waid's just great. I struggle to decide if I prefer Bendis's (who wrote Daredevil-as-we-know-Daredevil perfectly) or Waid's (who wrote Daredevil-like-we've-never-seen-him-before-while-still-staying-really-true-to-the-character) runs, but they're both amazing reads. Waid manages to write a light-hearted book about a dark character by showing more Murdock than usual. Still, inexplicably, it still feels like Daredevil - he's just coping differently, and characters in the book even notice his unuall [...]

  • Mitchell

    Good solid book. A little irritating in that the last third of the book I'd read in a different graphic novel - a perennial problem with the graphic novel is that stories are reprinted in multiple places.So the world knows that Matt Murdock in Daredevil and he's trying to convince the world that he's not. It probably will get old but for now it is still kind of amusing. And wow, I didn't realize how much Daredevil gets beat to a pulp over and over again.But a lot of this is Matt Murdock but with [...]

  • B

    There's just something so blah about Daredevil. He comes across as an eighth-rate Batman in terms of powers, abilities, personal qualities, &c. The thing about Batman is no matter how much judo Bruce Wayne learns he can never bring back his parents. But Daredevil's radar sense replaces Murdock's sight and usually THEN SOME. The author has to work hard to show the difference between vision and the radar sense. The book's central conceit—most people kind of believe that Matt Murdock is Dared [...]

  • Camilo Guerra

    A mi siempre me ha gustado el cuernitos, siempre su trauma de hombre triste, saltando de edificio en edificio y rompiendo caras, y si, que muy depresivo y lo que quieras pero te tomo el INCREIBLE. Nunca hubiera visto a Mark Waid escribiendo Daredevil por el escritor de Kingdome Come pero lo hace genial, se plantea un Matt que esta cansado de que su vida sea sombria , de toda la mierda en que ha estado metido asi que enfrentara la vida de manera mas abierta y positivama tu depresión. En el arte [...]

  • Stephanie

    So good! I love this snappy writing for Daredevil, and the artwork is superb and lithe, just like our hero. The art often shows the world how Murdock sees it: through radar, especially at times when his "vision" is overly sensitive or confused. That, and the other fun visual perspectives (Murdock falling backward off a rooftop while talking on the phone and changing into costume), are used to great effect.I will say that I enjoyed the first half of this GN more than the second -- the book consis [...]

  • Sean

    Mark Waid has always been a favorite of mine and this book is exactly why. Daredevil has been such a gloomy character for the past couple.cades I guess. Seeing Waid's take is so refreshing while still keeping Matt himself. How Waid deals with Matt's "outing" from years past is hilarious and sadly realistic. Honestly, starting a series with an established character and using villains not associated with him is brave. Waid pulls it off so well. The art, mostly by Marcos Martin is amazing. How he i [...]

  • Kenyatta Garcia

    Mark Waid states that he grew up a DC fan and it shows in his approach to the man without fear. A much nicer version of Batman mixed with the wit of Flash and bravado of Hal Jordan. In fact, his history of working on Flash definitely shows. Daredevil the boy scout has been broken but not completely. He's still fighting for the little guy and getting deeper into trouble with Hydra, AIM and possibly Doom. Not too much action in this comic but like DC, the quest for this hero is in finding his own [...]

  • Peter Marcelo

    Re-read this 2 years later and it's still amazing. Matt Murdock smiles now and isn't so depressing. What's great about Waid's DD is the portrayal of his powers. There are always great moments in each issue whereas in the older runs (Bendis, Brubaker) DD's powers take a backseat. Why underutilize what makes him unique? Equal parts action and lawyering, but definitely less moping. And the art is vibrant, which is also a much welcomed change from the other runs. I actually prefer Rivera over Samnee [...]

  • David Palazzolo

    I'm genuinely surprised at how much I love this series, especially given that Mark Waid is far from my favorite author. But what he and all the artists that work on this series bring to the table is absolutely phenominal. This I carnation of Ol' Hornhead is one of the most fun I've read in a long time and shows there's still life left in the traditional super-hero genre. Also I cannot believe I haven't reviewed these before as I have been reading the series in individual issue format since the s [...]

  • Christian

    I really liked this collection up until the last couple of pages. I find Marvels criminal organizations laughableA.I.M Hydra, Angence Byzantine, Black Spectre, The Secret Empiredudes in goofy suits. And some 'omegadrive' thingy made from a piece of a Fantastic Four costume. Please. Matt Murdock/Daredevil is a much better character when he is fighting real crime. I like the way that Mark Waid and Co. depict how Murdock/Daredevil perceives his world without eyesight.

  • David

    Remember Waid's classic run on the Flash? It's like that, except it's the Daredevil. Good solid craftsmanship on display here. There's not one reason in the world that every major title from both DC and Marvel are not this decent. What elevates this series is of course the arts by Martin and Rivera. Top notch work. Terrific writing from Waid too. I'm not much of a DD fan but this was rather enjoyable.

  • Juhani

    This book put back the fun, sardonic, swashbuckling, adult, witty side of the Daredevil comic which had been missing for some many years of wallowing in the grim, dark, desolate and gloomy world created by Frank Miller. My first favorite among Marvel's costumed vigilantes is back with aplomb, and boy was he missed. Also, the art is top notch.

  • Nikki Boisture

    I had this recommended to me by the good people o' the internet as a good starting point for someone who hadn't read any Daredevil but loved the TV series on Netflix. I was not steered in the wrong direction. Heavy on the Murdockiness (is that a word) and nice clean art made this a very pleasing graphic novel. Especially loved when DD teamed up with Spidey. I can't wait to finish the series.

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