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Daredevil: The Devil, Inside and Out - Volume 1 [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Ed Brubaker , Michael Lark
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  • Taschenbuch: 160 Seiten
  • Verlag: Marvel (8. November 2006)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0785119884
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785119883
  • Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: Ab 13 Jahren
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 26,1 x 17 x 0,5 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 434.789 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)



The critically acclaimed, award-winning new creative team of Ed Brubaker and Michael Lark make their explosive debut in a storyline that "Daredevil" fans will not be able to put down! For the past few years, Matt Murdock's life has been teetering on the edge of destruction. Now, pushed beyond the limit, Matt finds himself behind the eight ball with no clear way out, the people he calls friends slowly deserting him, and Hell's Kitchen gradually slipping out of control. The question is, when his back is against the wall, just how far will Daredevil go to get back what is his? Spinning out of the stunning finale of Bendis and Maleev's ground-breaking run, Brubaker and Lark pick up the billy club and run as hard and as fast as they can to leave their own mark on one of comics' most enduring legends. Longtime "DD" fans will not be disappointed! This title collects "Daredevil" No. 82-87.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Daredevil - Besser als je zuvor?! 26. Dezember 2006
Zugegebenermaßen: Der Run von Brian Bendis und Alex Maleev war ja bereits mehr als sehr gut, aber was hier Ed Brubaker und Michael Lark gemeinsam anstellen, übertrifft Bendis aus meiner Sicht noch mal um einiges.

Die Grundsituation an sich ist ja bereits interessant: Matt Murdock ist eingesperrt auf Ryker's Island, mit diversen anderen Schurken aus New York (u.a. Kingping, The Owl, Hammerhead und andere). Alle Welt glaubt zu wissen, dass er Daredevil ist. Dementsprechend hart wird also das Leben auf der Gefängnisinsel. Als wäre das nicht genug, beginnen sich dann aber die Ereignisse weiter zu überschlagen.

Ein großartiges Lesererlebnis, das viele Page-Turners hat und mit der letzten Seite noch viel mehr Fragen aufwirft. Man darf gespannt sein auf die Fortsetzung.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Wow. 21. Juli 2007
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Holy cow...! Brian Michael Bendis' long run on "Daredevil" was a highwater mark for the superhero genre, and a tough act to follow. In this seething prison drama, writer Ed Brubaker matches the intensity of the Bendis story arc, and then some. Matt Murdoch is in Rykers Island prison, where a mix of super-powered and super-bad convicts can't wait to get their hands on him. Every claustrophobic prison flick you've seen is evoked, and all the tension and fear and adrenaline serves to show, once again, what a gnarly fighter DD actually is. Following in Frank Miller's footsteps, Bendis and Brubaker have made a bid to elevate DD from second-class status into the same kind of brooding urban uber-warrior that Batman became, and they have succeeded wildly. This volume, which gathers issues #82-87, is one of the most intense, tightly scripted comicbook stories you're likely to read, a real nailbiter, and another big step forward in the Daredevil saga. Highly recommended!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Matt Murdock: "They tried to break me, and maybe even succeeded a bit. Whoever they are, they're going to regret that." 16. Februar 2008
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So, this is such a mouth-watering premise: Daredevil in prison, tangling with those he'd put away. Matt Murdock's life had been on a downward spiral for a while now, thanks in large part to writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Alex Maleev. That critically acclaimed creative team has gone, but that's not to imply that things now get rosier for the blind man, with Ed Brubaker (Catwoman Vol. 1: The Dark End of the Street (Batman), Gotham Central Vol. 1: In the Line of Duty (Batman), Immortal Iron Fist Vol. 1: The Last Iron Fist Story (New Avengers)) and Michael Lark (Gotham Central Vol. 1: In the Line of Duty (Batman), Terminal City) taking over the reins in 2006. Far from it! Picking up right where Bendis left off, Brubaker makes a jawdropping debut with "The Devil in Cell-Block D" story arc, which tells of Matt's harrowing time spent at Ryker's Island.

Basically, the FBI has incarcerated Matt Murdock for being Daredevil. No hard proof, mind you. Which is part of what makes this storyline so intriguing. Matt - first in Protective Custody, then as behind-the-scenes finagling of his enemies lands him in General Population - is still trying to convince folks that he's not the vigilante of Hell's Kitchen. Somehow, he must find a way to survive while pretending to be helpless and defenseless. Matt runs into various old foes and arch-foes and plenty of scum he himself had put behind bars. The Black Tarantula, Hammerhead, the Owl, the one of these crime lords the mastermind behind what becomes one of the most tragic events in Matt's life? And, in the aftermath of this tragedy, just how far over the line will the guilt-ridden Daredevil go to get even?

In the outside world, someone has taken up the mantle of Daredevil and is policing Hell's Kitchen. Ah, but who? And why? Meanwhile, an old acquaintance of Daredevil's will concern himself with Matt's plight to the point that he gets himself purposely imprisoned at Ryker's.

Seriously, this is some of the best Daredevil stories I have ever read, ranking just below Frank Miller's legendary stuff. DAREDEVIL: THE DEVIL, INSIDE AND OUT Vol. 1 collects issues #82-87 of the monthly, which features the 6-part "The Devil in Cell-Block D" story arc. If you like your superhero steeped in brooding and noirish elements, then this one's a must. It's also a pulse-pounding and action-packed prison drama. It's fascinating to watch Matt Murdock as he becomes so, so tempted to simply lose it and cross that line. Plus, there's something electric and thrilling about seeing Matt costume-less and viciously jacking people up. Something visceral and gratifying about it. And I think it's plenty ironic that one of Marvel's longtime, most unabashedly violent characters comes in and tries to steer Matt back into the light. He tells Matt: "You're hurtin' a lot right now, Murdock, with good reason. But you don't want to be me. You needed to remember that." His was a cool guest star appearance.

Ed Brubaker knows his Daredevil. I didn't think anyone could adequately follow up on Bendis's great work here, but Brubaker is one hell of a yarnspinner. He knows how to lay down atmosphere and suspense, human drama meshing with bone-crunching action sequences. Bendis is gone, but the Daredevil series hasn't at all missed a beat. Michael Lark handles the art, which is moody and dynamic and perfectly complements Brubaker's gritty, edgy storytelling. In fact, after only the first couple of issues, Lark became my second favorite Daredevil artist of all time (after David Mazzuchelli, who also had an influence on Lark). Now, I've read GOTHAM CENTRAL in the past, which boasted Brubaker as writer and Lark as artist, so I'm not at all surprised that these two guys rock so well together.

So, there it is. DAREDEVIL: THE DEVIL, INSIDE AND OUT, Vol. 1 is highly recommended. And, as a neat bonus, this trade paperback also offers up a transcript, four pages' worth, of Brubaker and Lark providing tongue-in-cheek commentary on the artwork for the first five pages of Daredevil #82. So go grab this, yeah?
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5.0 von 5 Sternen FANTASTIC!!!! 16. Februar 2009
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This graphic novel was fantastic!! I absolutely loved the way Brubaker takes you inside the mind of Matt Murdock and makes you feel his pain and sense of injustice. To see how he reacts when put in maximum security unjustly with murderers that are out for his blood is priceless. On top of that, Brubaker draws you in to the slow madness and revenge that Matt Murdock begins to find himself in as his world begins to crumble. An excellent read. The art work is top notch. Five stars all the way!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A devil in a cage 24. Mai 2007
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Brian Michael Bendis concluded his long and excellent run on Daredevil by having the blind lawyer turned vigilante wind up in prison no thanks to Wilson Fisk, AKA the Kingpin. With Bendis departing, Ed Brubaker (Captain America, Sleeper) takes the reins and picks up right where Bendis left off. Matt Murdock is in Rykers and frequently has run-ins with prisoners, all the while a plot is unfolding to take his life. However, as Matt, Foggy, and others soon learn, if Matt is in prison, then who is defending Hell's Kitchen and wearing the Daredevil costume? Brubaker writes a compelling story, and the guest spots from Bullseye, Iron Fist, and Frank "The Punisher" Castle are excellently used as well. There are some shocks to be found in here, and the conclusion of The Devil, Inside and Out sets the stage for an even bolder direction that the series is going in. Michael Lark's artwork can't compare to Alex Maleev's, no matter how hard he may try, but it's pretty good nonetheless. All in all, this first storyarc in Ed Brubaker's run is a great pickup for new and old readers alike.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Graphic SF Reader 3. September 2007
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Daredevil has finally been busted, and this time for perjury of all things, of lying to the court about being Daredevil.

He gets sent to the Big House. Needless to say, he doesn't have a lot of friends among the inmates, although he is not without supporters outside and on the staff.

Things will get nasty as those inside try to manipulate this new player to their own ends.

A fine Daredevil arc.
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