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This deluxe hardcover collects Daredevil Vol. 11: Golden Age and Daredevil Vol. 12: Decalogue, plus more DVD-style extras than you can shake a billy at! In Golden Age, follow Matt Murdock through a story that literally spans the entire history of the Marvel Universe! Who was the Kingpin before the Kingpin, and what was his relationship to Matt? Find out right here, courtesThis deluxe hardcover collects Daredevil Vol. 11: Golden Age and Daredevil Vol. 12: Decalogue, plus more DVD-style extras than you can shake a billy at! In Golden Age, follow Matt Murdock through a story that literally spans the entire history of the Marvel Universe! Who was the Kingpin before the Kingpin, and what was his relationship to Matt? Find out right here, courtesy of the multi-award-winning team of Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev! And in Decalogue, the wait is over! Exactly what happened during Daredevil's year-long reign as the new Kingpin? His historic cleaning of Hell's Kitchen will finally be revealed in bloody detail. Framed around the Ten Commandments, this epic story is like nothing you've seen before! Collects Daredevil #66-75....

Title : Daredevil, Vol. 5
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ISBN : 9780785121107
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 256 Pages
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Daredevil, Vol. 5 Reviews

  • Scott
    2019-02-03 18:25

    Two stories in this really good volume -First 'DD' falls victim to a goombah thug mob boss (insufferable . . . or just an egomaniac?), now a nonagenarian and just out of a long prison stretch, who comes calling with a warped vengeance. Our hero also has to deal with an inquisitive federal agent. The two plot threads twist together for a satisfying conclusion.Next, a support group meeting in a Catholic church basement quickly spins into quasi-theological horror movie territory. Even with two-thirds of it being talking-head scenes - everyone has a story to tell, so to speak - it was still fairly effective.

  • John Ferrigno
    2019-02-06 17:33

    With this fifth hardcover collection, the previously flawless run by Bendis starts to lose momentum a bit. There are still some really great concepts and very strong character moments, but the stories aren't quite up to par with the previous issues. The first arc features Matt having to deal with an old time criminal, who was "The Kingpin before the Kingpin." He is released from jail at the age of 93, and is looking for revenge against Daredevil. It's an interesting idea, and there are some cool moments, but the timeline in the story doesn't work. Matt would have to be way older than he is for it to work out. Plus, it seems like the backstory of Matt dealing with the FBI and his rogues gallery while his identity has been outed is no longer moving forward and seems to be treading water here.The second story is almost a fantastic read, but doesn't quite work out. The idea of a support group for people who have encountered Daredevil is an interesting one, and the dialogue between them is some of the best Bendis has written to date. However, the inclusion of a weird Japanese demon takes me out of the story. Up until this point, Bendis had crafted a series that was deeply rooted in reality and even with the super hero elements, it seemed to be happening in the "real world." This one story element completely takes the reader out of the story and rips the reality right out of it. In a different book, this might have been a home run, but it just did not fit at all with what had been laid out previously.This was still better than just about any other comic on the market at the time, but was not quite up to the insanely high standard Bendis had set previously.

  • Kevin de Ataíde
    2019-01-28 17:41

    There's so much hype about the storyline on the new Daredevils books and I'll say it's better than the standard comic book fare. DC's equivalent has got to be the film-noir type Batman stuff. Daredevil is by far my favourite superhero, because he is more human than anyone. He has no real superpower in these new books. They've thankfully gotten rid of Stan Lee's silly radioactive radar sense rubbish and apparently made him an ordinary blind man with an extraordinary coordination of highly developed secondary senses. That's how it should be.And Alex Maleev's photography type art is excellent. Tempo in the frames is excellent. I want to find the rest of this Bendis-Maleev series. Here's my favourite sequence, from about the end of the book:Christian pastor: Some nonsense! I don't believe in demons from Hell. And I don't appreciate the bast-Daredevil: You believe in God and Jesus and angels, right? Well, Father, I'm sorry... you don't get to pick and choose.Hahaha.

  • Paolo
    2019-01-25 16:38

    Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev are a match made in Hell's Kitchen. I haven't cared this much about Daredevil since Frank Miller's run back in the 80s. We are reading in the diamond age of comics collaborations, and Bendis/Maleev's epic run on our favorite costumed public defendant reminds us of this fact.

  • Amy
    2019-02-14 18:41

    Fabulous read. This book is a reason why I read comics; Bendis takes great care with his characters, and it's easy to tell that he loves them.

  • Jedhua
    2019-01-26 20:41

    ABSOLUTE RATING: {3+/5 stars}STANDARDIZED RATING: <3/5 stars>