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    Default Matt Murdock: Daredevil Appreciation 2021

    A Happy, Safe and Fearless New Year to you all. 2021 brings us a new thread for Daredevil.

    This is the place to post your thoughts, pics and questions on anything related to our Man Without Fear.




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    DAREDEVIL Collected Editions

    Marvel Masterworks HC - Daredevil Vol. 1 (1964):


    Vol. 1 Daredevil #1-11
    Vol. 2 Daredevil #12-21
    Vol. 3 Daredevil #22-32, King-Size Special #1
    Vol. 4 Daredevil #33-41, Fantastic Four #73
    Vol. 5 Daredevil #42-53
    Vol. 6 Daredevil #54-63
    Vol. 7 Daredevil #64-74, Iron Man #35-36
    Vol. 8 Daredevil #75-84, Amazing Adventures (1970) #1-8
    Vol. 9 Daredevil #85-96
    Vol. 10 Daredevil #97-107, Avengers #111
    Vol. 11 Daredevil #108-119, Marvel Two-In-One #3
    Vol. 12 Daredevil #120-132, material from F.O.O.M. #13
    Vol. 13 Daredevil #133-143, Annual #4, Ghost Rider #20, Marvel Premiere #39-40, material from Ghost Rider #19
    Vol. 14 Daredevil #144-158, Marvel Premiere #43
    Vol. 15 Daredevil #159--172, material from Bizarre Adventures #25.


    Epic Collections TPB - Daredevil Vol. 1 (1964
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    Vol. 1 Daredevil: The Man Without Fear:
    Daredevil #1-21, April 1964-October 1966 (released 13 July 2016)
    Vol. 2 Daredevil: Mike Murdock Must Die!: Daredevil #22-41, November 1966-June 1968; Annual #1, September 1967; Fantastic Four #73; material from Not Brand Echh #4 (released 14 February 2018)
    Vol. 3 Daredevil: Brother, Take My Hand: Daredevil #42-63, July 1968-April 1970 (released 22 February 2017)
    Vol. 4 Daredevil: A Woman Called Widow: Daredevil #64-86, May 1970-April 1972; Iron Man #35-36, March-April 1971 (released 5 November 2019)
    Vol. 13 Daredevil: A Touch of Typhoid: Daredevil #253-270, April 1988-September 1989; Punisher #10 (released 13 January 2016)
    Vol. 14 Daredevil: Heart of Darkness: Daredevil #271-282, October 1989-July 1990; Annual #5-6, September 1989-June 1990; material from Punisher Annual #3, Incredible Hulk Annual #16, Silver Surfer Annual #3, all 1990 (released 20 September 2017)
    Vol. 15 Daredevil: Last Rites: Daredevil #283-300, August 1990-January 1992; Annual #7, May 1991 (released 18 November 2020)
    Vol 18. Daredevil: Fall from Grace: Daredevil #319-332, August 1993-September 1994; Annual #10, May 1994 (released 9 April 2014)
    Vol 19. Daredevil: Root of Evil: Daredevil #333-344, October 1994-September 1995; Elektra: Root of Evil #1-4, March-June 1995 (released 25 July 2018)
    Vol. 20 Daredevil: Purgatory & Paradise: Daredevil #345-364, October 1995-May 1997 (released 5 June 2019)
    Vol. 21 Daredevil: Widow's Kiss: Daredevil #365-380, June 1997-October 1998; Daredevil/Deadpool Annual '97 (released 19 August 2015)


    OMNIBUSES OHC


    Daredevil Vol. 1 by Stan Lee, Wally Wood, Gene Colan & John Romita, Sr.
    Daredevil Vol. 1 #1-41, Annual #1 (1967); Fantastic Four Vol. 1 #73; Not Brand Echh #4
    Daredevil by Frank Miller & Klaus Janson
    Daredevil Vol. 1 #158-161, 163-191; What If? #28
    Daredevil by Frank Miller Companion
    Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #27-28; Daredevil Vol. 1 #219, 226-233; Daredevil: The Man Without Fear #1-5; Daredevil: Love and War
    Marvel Knights by Joe Quesada
    Daredevil Vol. 2 #0-15, #1/2, Daredevil: Father #1-6, Marvel Authentix: Daredevil #1, material from Marvel Knights Double-Shot #1
    Daredevil by Brian Michael Bendis & Alex Maleev Vol. 1
    Daredevil Vol. 2 #16-19, 26-50, 56-60
    Daredevil by Brian Michael Bendis & Alex Maleev Vol. 2
    Daredevil Vol. 2 #61-81; What If...Karen Page Had Lived; Ultimate Marvel Team-Up #6-8
    Daredevil by Ed Brubaker, Michael Lark & Stefano Gaudiano Vol. 1
    Daredevil Vol. 2 #82-105
    Daredevil by Ed Brubaker, Michael Lark & Stefano Gaudiano Vol. 2
    Daredevil Vol. 2 #106-119, #500; Annual #1; Daredevil: Blood of the Tarantula #1
    Daredevil: Shadowland
    Daredevil Vol. 2 #501-512; Dark Reign: The List - Daredevil #1; Shadowland #1-5; Shadowland: Elektra #1; Shadowland: Bullseye #1; Shadowland: Ghost Rider #1; Shadowland: Spider-Man #1;Shadowland: Moon Knight #1-3; Shadowland: Blood on the Streets #1-4; Shadowland: Daughters of the Dragon #1-3; Shadowland: Power Man #1-4; Thunderbolts (1997) #148-149; Shadowland: After the Fall #1; Daredevil: Reborn #1-4
    Daredevil by Mark Waid Omnibus Vol. 1
    Daredevil Vol. 3 #1-27, 10.1; Amazing Spider-Man #677; Avenging Spider-Man #6; The Punisher (2011) #10
    Daredevil by Mark Waid & Chris Samnee Omnibus Vol. 2
    Daredevil Vol. 3 #28-36; Indestructible Hulk #9-10; Daredevil Vol. 4 #0.1, #1-18, #15.1, #1.50


    Other relevant "in-continuity" Collections during Daredevil Vol. 1 (1964); Daredevil Vol. 2 (1998) & Daredevil Vol. 3 (2011) + Vol. 4 (2014):


    Daredevil: Battlin' Jack Murdock TPB
    by Zeb Wells & Carmine Di Giandomenico
    Collecting: Daredevil: Battlin' Jack Murdock #1-4
    Marvel Knights: Daredevil - Unusual Suspects TPB
    by Gale, Mack, Bendis, Jenkins, Winslade & Haynes
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 2 #20-25, #51-55; Daredevil: Ninja #1-3; Daredevil/Spider-Man #1-4; Spider-Man/Daredevil #1
    Marvel Knights: Defenders of the Streets TPB
    by Chuck Dixon & Eduardo Barretto
    Collecting Marvel Knights #1-15 (Daredevil appears in the majority of these issues but not all; takes place around the Smith/Mack/ Bendis runs).
    Daredevil vs Punisher: Means And Ends TPB
    by David Lapham
    Collecting: Daredevil vs Punisher #1-6 (takes place moreorless between the Bendis and Brubaker runs).
    Daredevil: Redemption TPB
    by David Hine & Michael Gaydos
    Collecting: Daredevil: Redemption #1-6 (takes place during the latter part of Bendis' run).
    Daredevil: Dark Nights TPB
    by Lee Weeks, David Lapham & Jimmy Palmiotti
    Daredevil: Dark Nights #1-8 (mainly takes place during the first Waid run).
    Superior Iron Man: Infamous HC/TPB
    by Tom Taylor & Yildiray Çinar
    Collecting Superior Iron Man #1-5 (Daredevil is a pivotal character in the first 4 issues and is the positive hero who counteracts the "negative" Tony Stark. This can be read between issues #10 & 11 of the second Waid run during Daredevil's stay in San Francisco)


    Daredevil Vol. 5 (2016) The Charles Soule Era - Collected Editions Reading Order

    Daredevil: Back in Black Vol. 1: Chinatown TPB
    by Charles Soule & Ron Garney
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 5 #1-5 and material from All-New All-Different Marvel Point One #1 ("Blindspot")
    Daredevil: Back in Black Vol. 2: Supersonic TPB
    by Charles Soule, Matteo Buffagni & Goran Sudžuka
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 5 #6-9, Annual #1
    Deadpool #13: Temporary Insanitation (Oversized 100-page issue)
    by Gerry Duggan, Charles Soule & David Walker
    (This issue of Deadpool literally contains two issues of Deadpool, one issue of Daredevil, and one issue of Power Man & Iron Fist. Best read between Daredevil #7 & 8)
    Daredevil/Punisher: Seventh Circle TPB
    by Charles Soule & Szymon Kudrański
    Collecting: Daredevil/Punisher: Seventh Circle #1-4
    Daredevil: Back in Black Vol. 3: Dark Art TPB
    by Charles Soule & Ron Garney
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 5 #10-14
    Daredevil: Back in Black Vol. 4: Identity TPB
    by Charles Soule, Goran Sudžuka & Ron Garney
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 5 #15-20
    Daredevil: Back in Black Vol. 5: Supreme TPB
    by Charles Soule, Ron Garney, Goran Sudžuka & Alec Morgan
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 5 #21-28
    Defenders Vol. 1: Diamonds Are Forever TPB
    by Brian Michael Bendis & David Marquez
    Collecting: Defenders (2017) #1-5 and material from Free Comic Book Day 2017 (Guardians of the Galaxy) #1.
    Defenders Vol. 2: Kingpins of New York TPB
    by Brian Michael Bendis & David Marquez
    Collecting: Defenders (2017) #6-10
    (Probably the best place to read The Defenders although there are certain character/continuity inconsistencies, Bendis is not the best when it comes to writing a character in line with past or current runs)
    Daredevil: Back in Black Vol. 6: Mayor Fisk TPB
    by Charles Soule, Stefano Landini & Ron Garney
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 5 #595-600
    Daredevil: Back in Black Vol. 7: Mayor Murdock TPB
    by Charles Soule & Mike Henderson
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 5 #600-605
    Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost TPB
    by Charles Soule & Matteo Buffagni
    Collecting: Hunt for Wolverine #1; Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #1-4 (Daredevil assembles a team to track down Wolverine, this could easily be an arc in the regular run)
    Daredevil: Back in Black Vol. 8: The Death of Daredevil TPB
    by Charles Soule & Phil Noto
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 5 #606-612
    Man Without Fear: The Death of Daredevil by Jed MacKay TPB
    Collecting: Man Without Fear #1-5
    (This mini-series creates a bridge between Soule's run and Zdarsky's run)


    Daredevil Vol. 6 (2019) by Chip Zdarsky

    Daredevil Vol. 1: Know Fear TPB

    by Chip Zdarsky & Marco Checchetto
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 6 #1-5
    Daredevil Vol. 2: No Devils, Only God TPB
    by Chip Zdarsky, Lalit Kumar Sharma & Jorge Fornes
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 6 #6-10
    Daredevil Vol. 3: Through Hell TPB
    by Chip Zdarsky, Marco Checchetto & Francesco Mobili
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 6 #11-15
    Daredevil Vol. 4: End of Hell TPB
    by Chip Zdarsky, Jorge Fornes & Marco Checchetto
    Collecting: Daredevil Vol. 6 #16-20
    Daredevil Vol. 5: Truth/Dare TPB
    by Chip Zdarsky, Marco Checchetto, Francesco Mobili & Chris Sprouse
    Collecting Daredevil Vol. 6 #21-25, Annual #1
    Daredevil Vol. 6: Doing Time Part One TPB
    by Chip Zdarsky, Marco Checchetto & Mike Hawthorne
    Collecting Daredevil Vol. 6 #26-32
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    For historical purposes:

    Matt Murdock: Daredevil Appreciation 2020
    https://community.cbr.com/showthread...reciation-2020

    Matt Murdock: Daredevil Appreciation 2019
    https://community.cbr.com/showthread...reciation-2019

    Matt Murdock: Daredevil Appreciation 2018
    https://community.cbr.com/showthread...71#post3831771

    The Man Without Fear: Daredevil Appreciation
    2014-2018
    https://community.cbr.com/showthread...l-Appreciation
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    DAREDEVIL – Important appearances in other comics during Volume 1 (1964)

    Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #39-40 (Jun-Jul 1965) – DD and FF team up against Doctor Doom. Why this is not included in any Daredevil Collected Edition such as the DD Epic Collection Vol. 1 or DD Omnibus Vol. 1 beats me. DD and FF both play more or less equal roles in these 2 issues. I have these issues in both Best of Fantastic Four Vol. 1 OHC and the Fantastic Four Vol. 1 Omnibus.

    Fantastic Four (Vol. 1) #73

    Iron Man #35-36 (Mar-Apr 1971) [DD #73 before IM #36]

    Avengers #110-111 (Apr-May 1973) [DD #99 before A #111]

    Marvel Two-in-One #3 (May 1974) [after DD #109]

    Defenders #24-25 (Jun-Jul 1975). Daredevil and the Defenders fight the Sons of the Serpent. This is further referenced in Waid’s Daredevil run - Javier Rodriguez in one panel draws a tribute to the cover of issue #24. [probably before DD #124]

    Ghost Rider #20 (Oct 1976) [after DD #138]

    Peter Parker Spectacular Spider-Man (PPSSM) #26-28
    (Jan-Mar 1979). Not a spectacular story, but interesting from the perspective of issue #27 being Frank Miller’s first work on Daredevil. [probably after DD #157]

    Mavel Team-Up Annual #4 (1981) – Mega team-up of Spider-Man, Daredevil, Power Man, Iron Fist, Misty Knight, Colleen Wing and Moon Knight. The villains: Kingpin and Purple Man. Perfect for the Netflix series. Script and cover by Frank Miller. I purchased the floppy as I couldn’t find it in any DD collected edition. [probably before DD #168 or 183?]

    Power Man & Iron Fist #77 (Jan 1982) – [after DD #178]

    Marvel Team-Up #140-141 (Apr-May 1984). Issue #140 is titled Spider-Man and Black Widow but Matt also appears and we all know how relevant Black Widow is to DD’s history. Issue #141 has the rare occurrence of DD “beating” Spider-Man. I managed to purchase the 2 floppies before #141 shot up in price due to the first appearance of Spidey’s black costume. [probably after DD#205]

    The Sin-Eater/Death of Jean DeWolff storyline in PPSSM (Vol. 1) #107-110 (Oct 1985-Jan 1986). Daredevil plays a crucial role teaming up with and “fighting” Spidey but more importantly trying to calm Spidey down from going too far in taking revenge. I initially picked up #110 but ended up acquiring The Death of Jean DeWolff PHC for the complete story. [after DD #226]

    Marvel Fanfare #27 (Jul 1986) [after DD #203]

    Amazing Spider-Man #284-286 Gang War [after DD #241]

    In between Volume 1 (1964) and Volume 2 (1998), I also read the Nighthawk 3-issue mini-series which has Daredevil in a major co-starring role. This was in continuity and although it was mainly focused on Nighthawk, it picked up on a theme dropped by Ann Nocenti during Daredevil’s stint in hell and his confrontation with Mephisto. A pretty good story and well worth reading.

    The following are of lesser importance:

    Marvel Team-Up #25 (Sep 1974) [after DD#112], ]B]#56[/B](Apr 1977) [after #144], #73 (Sep 1978)[after DD #154] and #123 (Nov 1982 [before DD #183]). I have all these issues but they are nothing to write home about. Average stories with DD/Spidey villains such as The Unholy Trio, Electro and The Owl.

    Defenders: Giant Size #3 (Jan 1975)[before DD #119], Defenders #89-91 (Nov 1980–Jan 1981), #104-107 (Feb-Jun 1982). Daredevil teams up with the Defenders. I would say worthwhile if you’re a big DD fan but not imperative to the regular Daredevil ongoing as far as I remember.

    Marvel Two-in-One #37-39
    (Apr-May 1978) [before #152].

    Captain America #234-236
    (Jun-Aug 1979)[after DD #157], #374-376 (Aug-Sep 1990). Daredevil teams up with Cap. In the latter issues (Streets of Poison) there are appearances by DD costars Kingpin, Black Widow, Bullseye and Typhoid Mary.

    Avengers #190-191 (Dec 1979-Jan 1980). DD teams up with the Avengers against the Grey Gargole. [after DD #167]

    Moon Knight #13 (Nov 1981)[before DD #183]
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    Happy New Year! Really starting to get into Daredevil, only began getting into him towards the end of last year. Decided to ring in the new year by reading Daredevil Yellow and I’m glad I did.



    This was probably my second favorite Loeb work after The Long Halloween. I was nervous reading it initially because the ad for it touted it as “revisiting Daredevil’s origin” and I was pretty thoroughly done with that after reading the first 11 Silver Age DD issues, Miller’s run, and Guardian Devil. But aside from the first issue (and even then it’s pretty brief, this isn’t really an “origin story” for Matt so much as “early career” Matt. This story basically retells the first 11 DD issues except for modern audiences. That was absolutely perfect for me as someone who didn’t really enjoy the hokeyness of the Stan Lee Silver Age DD stuff, Loeb was a great fit for me.

    Loeb does a fantastic job of bridging the gap between the pre and post Miller DD’s, and also helps to make Karen’s death in Guardian Devil retroactively hit a lot harder. I loved that Loeb retconned it so that Karen was the one who suggested Matt change from his yellow and red to his iconic full red costume.

    Speaking of that costume:



    Damn does it look cool here. Sale draws the hell out of it, and out of the whole book really. The two of them are (no surprise) a wonderful creative team on Daredevil. Definitely one of my favorite Marvel stories.

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    Retelling an origin can takes its toll, butt Daredevil: Yellow is definitely an unique story.






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    Frank Miller's Daredevil is an all-time classic (IMHO):


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    One of the coolest things I’ve ever seen DD do w. his Billy Cub...:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raffi Ol D'Arcy View Post
    For historical purposes:

    Matt Murdock: Daredevil Appreciation 2020
    https://community.cbr.com/showthread...reciation-2020

    Matt Murdock: Daredevil Appreciation 2019
    https://community.cbr.com/showthread...reciation-2019

    Matt Murdock: Daredevil Appreciation 2018
    https://community.cbr.com/showthread...71#post3831771

    The Man Without Fear: Daredevil Appreciation

    https://community.cbr.com/showthread...l-Appreciation

    Those links just bring me back to the main forum index.

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    Daredevil Yellow should be adapted into an animated mini-series. DD needs an ongoing animated series as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bad Witch View Post
    Those links just bring me back to the main forum index.
    Thanks. They should now be fixed

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    Happy New Year to the Man Without Fear and his fans .

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    Quote Originally Posted by K7P5V View Post
    Frank Miller's Daredevil is an all-time classic (IMHO):
    Yes, it is indeed. My absolute favourite Daredevil run.



    Daredevil #181 was one of those comics I almost read to bits as a kid.

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    2020, for all it's faults, was a fantastic year for DAREDEVIL.



    Let's all hope Zdarsky and co. can keep this train rolling in 2021.

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