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Daredevil by Brian Michael Bendis & Alex Maleev Ultimate Collection - Book 3 Paperback – December 8, 2010
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Acclaimed artist Alex Maleev previously collaborated with Brian Bendis on Image Comics' Sam and Twitch. His is also known for his work on the groundbreaking Batman: No Man's Land.
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Reporter Ben Urich is just as stressed out by Daredevil's troubles as DD himself, and we see the Kingpin make his return and escalate things even further.
I loved seeing Matt Murdock stick to his guns and continue to deny he is Daredevil even as the evidence keeps filling up the newspapers, and any time you get a fight that involves Daredevil, Elektra, Black Widow and Bullseye all at once, I'm in. Bendis doesn't bog the action down with too much dialogue, letting Alex Maleev's amazing artwork tell the story instead.
Bendis finishes his run the only way he could have after what he started in the first volume of this collection, and it makes you want to go out and pick up the Ed Burbaker collections as well to see what happens next, which I'd highly advise.
This volume reprints three previous paperbacks: Daredevil Vol. 11: Golden Age, Daredevil, Vol. 12: Decalogue, and Daredevil Vol. 13: The Murdock Papers (v. 13). In "Golden Age," the old Kingpin, the first major crimelord before Wilson Fisk, is let out of jail and tries to regain his lost territory. In "Decalogue," a support group discusses how Daredevil has affected their lives. Then, in "The Murdock Papers," everyone is racing to get a hand on Fisk's files on Matt Murdock.
The book is almost perfect. Golden Age is so great I could hardly put it down. Decalogue, it became boring to read through and might be the weakest of all of these stories. Then all of Daredevil's major characters appear for the climax of the Murdock Papers and it's a fantastic end to the Bendis's impressive run. The book also contains a few extra stories "What if Karen Page had lived?" and Ultimate Marvel Team Up (Daredevil + Punisher + Spiderman).
A year and a half ago, I set out to find new Daredevil stories to match Frank Miller's seminal run on the character. Brian M. Bendis might not have matched Miller, but it feels as close as anyone's going to get.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good stuff. Another great collection.
Enjoyed this storyline.
Focuses a lot on Murdock.
One of the best Daredevil runs available. I fully recommend all three volumes for both the artwork and story.Published 9 months ago by Ghost
you cant go wrong with bendis and maleev on this one.but worth checking out is also the frank miller daredevil run as well.purchased with satisfaction by indoobestsellersPublished 17 months ago by not the hero of canton
Which is to say, about as good as comics can get. Bendis and Maleev have total mastery of form going on here, and use it to write a really fun, clever, and lovable comic book. Read morePublished on April 18, 2014 by Scott McFarland
Bendis' amazing run on Daredevil concludes here. Excellent collection, worth a read from any fan of great comics or literature.Published on October 24, 2013 by Detective Talha