Vol. 1

Book - 2013
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Mark Waid's fantastic rejuvenation of Daredevil begins here, as Matt Murdock is back in New York searching for a fresh start and hoping to resuscitate his law practice. But he past creeps back as blind client holds the key to a global conspiracy perpetrated by some familiar foes. But this is only the beginning of the battles for DD, as his past refuses to leave him alone. Also: DD and the Punisher team up to clear the name of fellow comrade. Collecting: Daredevil (2011) 1-10, 10.1; Amazing Spider-Man (1963) 677
Publisher: New York : Marvel Enterprises, ©2013
ISBN: 9780785168065
Branch Call Number: DAREDEV
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Rivera, Paolo 1981-
Alternative Title: Here comes-- Daredevil. Vol. 1


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Jun 02, 2014

There's a reason this has been called one of the greatest series of all time, and it's definitely the best Daredevil series this far. If you have some reason why you don't want to read it, it's a bad reason. Read it.

Jan 13, 2014

Waid's rebirth of the character is fresh, bright, readable, and enjoyable. I love the way he pits Daredevil right into the lion's den of being in the crosshairs of five different crime organizations. He highlights DD's smarts and de - emphasizes the darker parts of the character...at least for now...

Sep 17, 2013

The kickoff to a new era for the Man Without Fear. Waid acknowledges the past and the way the character has been put through hell for years, but injects a healthy dose of fun and a zest for life into his writing. Pairing him off against some unlikely adversaries is interesting too. The art is mostly suited to the story, serving it well.

JCLGreggW Jun 13, 2013

Daredevil? You mean the brooding, depressing, blind guy that was in that cruddy movie a few years back? Nope, not anymore. Mark Waid takes the character in a new, swashbuckling, fun direction that's a perfect jumping-on point for newcomers or for old fans (like me) who need a breath of fresh air for a character with far too much baggage. Strap yourself in and get ready to have some fun. (Hey, do you remember when comic books were fun? Me neither. Which is why you need to pick this title up.)

SkycycleX2 Jun 04, 2013

These are excellent Daredvil comics that return the character to the kind of fun-loving, man-without-fear adventures I remember from when I first read Daredevil (before Frank Miller). The artwork by various artists reflects the fun and excitement. Daredevil has come a long way since the early 80's and Mark Waid doesn't ignore that history, he uses it to motivate DD's actions. Waid doesn't shy away from dark aspects of a story, either. The danger is often palpable as Daredevil is so fearless it seems he could have a deathwish. Not only did Waid bring the fun back to the character, he brought me back to the comic. I can't wait to see where he takes Daredevil.

Dec 05, 2012

Drawings are amateurish.

metalsox Feb 29, 2012

A welcome return of Daredevil being fun again. This require no prior knowledge of DD and is a great starting point for anyone curious about him.

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