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Daredevil: The Man without Fear Paperback – Jun 16 2010

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  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Marvel (June 16 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785134794
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785134794
  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 1.3 x 26 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 340 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #79,754 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Lance LKS on July 1 2014
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Daredevil the man without fear is a good book to read if you don't know much about the back story of him. Frank Miller does awesome job 're telling it but this is a story more about Matt Murdock than a Daredevil story
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By Alfred on Oct. 6 2013
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Enjoyed this book from beginning to end. Would recommend to anyone who likes Frank Miller or likes reading origin stories.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
This is how you create a super hero story for the real world Jan. 18 2011
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When I first read this, I don't think I was as big of a fan of John Romita's art as I have become, but I remember being blown away by the story. I was definitely in high school when I first gave it a look, and I remember thinking how interesting it was that Frank Miller wrote a super hero comic without ever making him a super hero in it. I was used to super hero origin stories that had the character in tights by page 7. This was 4 oversized issues of Matt Murdock never donning the costume once. It was amazing. When you don't have to worry about what a super hero would do in any given situation, you're able to focus more on the man (or woman). Just plain people have faults. Just plain people don't always make the best decisions. And just plain people have to live with the consequences of their actions. Frank Miller and John Romita Jr. were able to tell this story about a super hero-to-be, and somehow, never lose that feeling that he was better than the rest of us, someone you would want to emulate, while making him just as frail and just as broken as the rest of us. This doesn't get as gritty as Miller's Sin City, or some of his other work, but this Matt Murdock definitely doesn't live in a pristine comic book world where the worst part of a swashbuckling hero's day is getting that pesky cat out of the tree again. Matt Murdock grew up hard, he grew up quick, he made mistakes that he can never take back, but somehow, he grew up right, and this is his story. If you'd like to hear a more in depth review of this story, my friend and I have a comic book podcast and Daredevil: Man Without Fear was episode 2 at [...]. He's new to comics and I'm not. That's the dynamic. Also, it's only episode 2, so it was still a little rough as we were finding out exactly what we were doing on there.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
New Daredevil fans should pick this up. Aug. 25 2013
By Arely D. - Published on
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I highly suggest that you pick this TPB up if want to get into Daredevil comics in one sitting. Daredevil: TMWF does to Daredevil what Batman: Year One did to Batman; it gave the character an excellent origin story and introduced some of the big players from the Hell's Kitchen World.

As a person who is very committed to buying the good origin stories and major events of the heroes I like, I picked this up specifically because I find it so easy to follow and understand. The plot is fast-paced and never really drones on and the art is brilliant.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Miller Daredevil's Origin June 16 2013
By Renan Rodrigues - Published on
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Miller was awesome in the 80's and these miniseries even if not the best Daredevil by Miller its pretty awesome,buy it if you like Miller stuff or the character Daredevil
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Good story and plot July 16 2012
By danny boy - Published on
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I am not a fan of this type of stylised artwork but this neo-origins of Daredevil retread is propelled along by a solid plot and dialogue. The quasi-ninja background is introduced here, along with Elektra as another definitive new character. The artwork takes some getting used to but it is acceptable. Mind you, there is no Daredevil in costume, until the last splash page.
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5 stars Nov. 29 2013
By beave - Published on
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Before reading this I thought daredevil was "so so" but after reading I have come to realize that he is a murdering machine. I loved it