I'm a huge fan of Frank Miller's run, and I've just finished reading Bendis' and then Brubaker's run, which were both great btw, and I'm planning on reading Mark Waid's run, but I'm a sucker for 80s' comics and I like the old art styles and colorings so much, plus I've heard some arcs in ann nocenti's run are really high-quality, but couldn't find which ones are worth reading. Help me out my fellow devils.
Help! Years ago I came across a particular page of panels that really stuck with me, but I don't know where it came from and can't find it with my google-fu.
The page/panels are of DD diving off a roof or flagpole or something and he's having inner thoughts as he dives down. He's thinking about his moniker "Man Without Fear" and how some people think that means he literally isn't afraid of anything and that's not true. He's afraid, but more than the obstacle he's afraid of what happens if he does nothing/doesn't let the fear in because doing nothing would be worse. Or something along those lines.
This ring any bells for anyone?
So far I've got Claire talking to Misty in episode 1 saying something like "No one will ever know what Matt Murdock did at Midland Circle," Foggy showing up and talking about masks, and Luke saying to Danny at the end of episode 10 (?) that's some "Matt Murdock shit" or something.
I have the following Frank Miller collections:
Since I'm new to the character, I wasn't sure if it's better to start with FM's earlier run (Volume 1) or the origins of the character (Man Without Fear) despite being released later. For example, I didn't read Batman - Year One until I had read a lot of other Batman comics, and felt like I had a deeper appreciation of the story.
Also, where does Born Again fit in to all of this? I'm guessing read that after Volumes 1-3? Thanks for your help!
So started re-watching some of the Ep's from Season 2 on Netflix, it is implied and stated or inferred in multiple episodes Elektra is either rich herself or through her affiliation with a) her foster-parents or b) her connection to Stick/The Chaste has access to significant funds, now my question is this, not having read any of the comics as I didn't have access to them in my youth or even now as most stuff from Marvel (and even DC) is barely being published in The Netherlands let alone translated to Dutch, so I don't know everything from the Marvel Universe, is it know how much money Elektra has or how rich she is? And more specifically is it know how much money she deposited to Nelson and Murdock Law Office' bank account?
Actually all the Defenders made it in except for Danny Rand, the Immortal Iron Fist, Protector of K'un-Lun, Sworn Enemy of the Hand.
I’m running a short project that compares voting systems and participants views/feelings on those systems. It may also be a handy learning tool at a later stage for demonstrating the different voting systems and their effects!
Daredevil is part of the West Village constituency (right hand side of the page) as part of the Action/Adventure genre/party.
Daredevil and the Defenders make up the bulk of that Genre's candidates which was neat to see.
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Thank you for any help with the project, hoping to see some interesting data on people television, and voting system preferences!
I've heard a lot of bad things about the movie and I've gathered it's like the green lantern/suicide squad type movie where everyone hates it and it's typically ignored as existing. I've been wanting to watch it for a while to compare it to the show but there's no point if it has no redeeming qualities and is quite forgettable and unenjoyable. What do you guys think?
Hey guys, just been confirmed that we can announce this. Jeph Loeb, the Executive Vice President of Marvel Television is coming on here to do an AMA on Thursday 7th June at 11am PST/2pm ET!
(Same day as Cloak and Dagger Premiere hint hint)
This is a huge opportunity to ask Jeph Loeb questions about his involvement in ALL of the MCU TV shows.
Please try to think up some interesting and original questions (and not just that one thing I know ya'll wanna ask)
Also this AMA was all set up by our favourite Reddit Admin, /u/Chtorrr, so send your thanks over to her!
I do not read his comic regularly anymore. I used to be a major fan and loved Frank Miller's run. I occasionally buy a trade that is rec' by someone here. I was looking up stuff about DD last night and found that he has the ability to heighten his strength due to controlling his central nervous system. He can make himself in Captain America muscle range. This makes sense but I was wondering what writer came up with this approach? It has to be fairly recent.
The reason I looked into this was seeing a posting of DD overturning a car. He's always been tough but now I like this new addition.
Ok where punisher season 1 starts in daredevil, does the season 1 of punisher ends in same time like daredevil season 2, not talking about air time but timeline in series, I hope you understand me.. Also would I get to know anything new that I don't know from daredevil series by watching punisher series? Also is there sub for punisher I couldn't find it (I'm on phone app tho)?
Having trouble finding/remembering in what episode and at what time the scene where Matt and Lanthom are having a talk in the church at the pews occurs. It's one of my favorite pieces of dialogue from the show, but I can't remember where it is exactly.
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