Daredevil, Vol. 7: Hardcore

Daredevil Vol Hardcore Daredevil is simultaneously faced with murder charges a new girlfriend being outted by the tabloids the return of one of his deadliest foes Typhoid Mary and the Kingpin s attempt to restore his f

  • Title: Daredevil, Vol. 7: Hardcore
  • Author: Brian Michael Bendis Alex Maleev
  • ISBN: 9780785111689
  • Page: 380
  • Format: Paperback
  • Daredevil is simultaneously faced with murder charges, a new girlfriend, being outted by the tabloids, the return of one of his deadliest foes, Typhoid Mary, and the Kingpin s attempt to restore his fallen empire And the surprise ending changes Daredevil s place in the Marvel Universe forever.Collects Daredevil 46 50.

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    1. Kingpin’s back to reclaim his empire and dish out furious vengeance on those who betrayed him. Only one person stands in his way: Daredevil!As much as I want Brian Bendis/Alex Maleev’s Daredevil series to be as awesome as it was a couple books ago, Volume 7: Hardcore proves to be a fairly middling effort, like most of the other volumes. Matt individually fights Typhoid Mary, Bullseye and Kingpin like he’s done numerous times before. Each fight becomes increasingly intense but it still feel [...]

    2. Matt gets closer to Milla while his personal life begins dangerously colliding with his Daredevil persona. Behind the scenes, the Kingpin is not only alive but he has returned and has quickly started cleaning house. Bendis and Maleev wrap up their first uninterrupted run with a knockdown-dragout succession of some of DD's greatest enemies: Typhoid Mary, Bullseye, and finally the Kingpin himself.This was just nuts in a good way and an almost perfect showcase for the classic Daredevil elements. Wh [...]

    3. Great addition to one of my favourite runs, though, the things leading up to that final issue, as well as Matt's change of character, were not well done.

    4. Yes, another five stars. I'm not even pretending to be unbiased here, LOL! I love this comic, it is my favorite comic--or, I should say, the comic of my favorite incarnation of my favorite superhero. It's not perfect, and despite featuring fights with Typhoid Mary, Bullseye AND Wilson Fisk himself (as well as Matt being set on fire), this volume is only sort of middling. All action, and while it has some great interactions with specifically Jessica Jones, and some really good stuff between Matt [...]

    5. When I first came back to reading comics, I picked up the bulk of the Ed Brubaker Daredevil run and enjoyed it immensely. However, I've been reading the Bendis-Maleev collections lately and like these stories even more. This is a particularly hard-hitting collection that sees the return of Kingpin and battles with Typoid Mary and Bullseye. Let's just say Matt Murdock has had enough. Great art, terrific, tense atmosphere and a game-changing arc.

    6. Another killer from Bendis-Maleev. They are my favorite writer/artist team on this book since the fabled days of Miller-Mazzuchelli. In this one Matt takes on Typhoid Mary, Bullseye and the Kingpin while also trying to start up a new relationship. Yeesh! A real page turner. Masterful!

    7. Daredevil'ın bu romanda Marvel evrenindeki yerini değiştirdiği görüşüne katılıyorum.Kostümle beraber büründüğü kişiliği değişmekle birlikte aynı zamanda içinde bulunduğu zorluklardan dolayı çok yoğun bir öfke patlaması yaşıyor.

    8. Kingpin, Bullseye, a woman who gets in harm's way; even I thought I'd read all of Hardcore before. Well not like this. Matt Murdock grows throughout these pages, not just in the face of his identity being made public, but also when confronted with his past failures. For once his actions do not simply reset the status quo, but they blow it up once and for all. Daredevil makes a choice, inspired by Luke Cage from the Lowlife-arc, and reinvents himself as a hero and protector of Hell's Kitchen.But [...]

    9. Wow. Again, wow. Looking back, it's clear to see the giant arc Brian Michael Bendis was spinning toward, and it all came to a head here in Hardcore.This five-issue story is the greatest Daredevil arc I've encountered in my journey of the Volume 2 run. The Owl has introduced a temporary genetic altering drug to the streets called Mutant Growth Hormone, and Hell's Kitchen is basking in it. With the Kingpin's dynasty in shambles, the gangs and made men are going wild. Add the fact that Daredevil's [...]

    10. In this story, the Kingpin starts making his comeback. While he is pitilessly murdering all those who crossed Mr Fisk, he has Typhoid Mary and Bulls-eye go after Daredevil. Bendis and Maleev do an amazing job of capturing the dangerous insanity of Typhoid Mary, rather it be with her hissing and singing or her cruel dismembering and love of fire. Then there’s Bendis’ Bulls-eye. Most arch nemesis in comic books will use the damsel as a way to lure the hero into a trap. Instead, Bulls-eye simpl [...]

    11. Wilson Fisk has returned to reclaim his crumpled empire and for extra muscle he has employed the mad villainess, Typhoid Mary, who has the power to create fire and is also quite handy with a blade.This is when Matt really gets backed into a corner, and we find out what happens when someone pushes him too far, especially if they mess with his special lady friend. The relationship between Matt and Milla really begins to grow as we, the readers, get to know Milla a little better as well. Matt's rap [...]

    12. This. Was. Awesome. I can't recall enjoying a DAREDEVIL storyline like this since Miller and Mazzuchelli. If you love the classic adversarial mano y mano betwixt ol' Hornhead and the Kingpin (and some Bullseye in there, to boot), then this is most definitely a tale for you. This falls in the upper half of the four-star range, with the only failing (I deduct a quarter-star) being the guest artist sequence. Bendis had the idea to enlist earlier DD artists such as Colan, Romita Sr Weeks, etc. to do [...]

    13. You can have your Frank Miller. For my money Bendis and Maleev are the best team in the comics biz. These guys know how to pull you into a story and keep the story moving in an unique, stylish manner.This is not your typical comic book superhero thing with weird powers, costumes and mutants or people from other planets. This graphic novel is gritty, dark and plausible. Matt Murdock struggles with civic responsibility, a blown secret identity, a faltering law practice, an FBI investigation into h [...]

    14. Bendis' initial run on DD comes to the most satisfying of culminations, as our man Matt is pushed to the brink by the Kingpin, Bullseye, and legal trouble that threaten everything he has. In the end, it is the decisions Matt makes that beg the question as to whether he is a hero or not, that make the ending of this run one of the most emotionally satisfying of nearly any comic book, ever. I'm not being superlative here. This is an example of the best that superhero comics can be, on every level [...]

    15. Brian Bendis is easily one of the most prolific writers in the comic industry. While that may not sound like much of a feat to those who think comic books are for young boys, his take on this tortured Hell's Kitchen super-hero shows that he is also one of the best story teller's in the world (in or outside of the world of comics). I chose to review Vol. 7 because it is my favorite volume from the Bendis run, but I could have easily awarded four to five stars to any individual story-arc in the Be [...]

    16. This arc was pretty action packed, with the return of not one but 3 daredevil rogues and a budding romance. The only problem i thought was that in involving matt's identity and forcing a quick climax in his battle with kingpin, it made you think, why did he ever have a secret and why doesn't he just bash fisk every time? Surely to be 'answered next ish!' But it dampened some of the emotional punch of these issues.

    17. Are you ready for one heck of a daredevil story. Welcome Bullseye, Typhoid Mary, and the Kingpin. Matt is still trying to deal with his new girlfriend Miller Donovan while still being daredevil. And in the end daredevil is the new Kingpin. Really great story I love the art they use for these daredevil comics other then a weird art mess up in number 50 there was absolutely nothing wrong with this.

    18. Murdock finally stops whining about the problems in his life and takes what he wants. He gets the girl, makes a deal with the Feds, and beats down the Kingpin. Now he runs Hell's Kitchen and I can't wait to see what happens next.

    19. Typhoid Mary returns in one of the least practical costumes ever, and there's a showdown between Daredevil and Kingpin that really shakes up the status quo. I like this more for what it set up than what it is on its own, but it's still great.

    20. Gorgeous art (Romita) and incredible story (Bendis). Features epic fights with Typhoid Mary, Bullseye, and the Kingpin himself. <3

    21. Things get better and better!Matt makes a new friend.Some old enemies return,Matt makes a declaration that will forever change his future!

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