- Tapa blanda: 456 páginas
- Editor: Daredevil & Elektra; Edición: 01 (29 de abril de 2014)
- Colección: Epic Collection
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 078518516X
- ISBN-13: 978-0785185161
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Daredevil Epic Collection: Fall From Grace (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 29 abr 2014
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It's the epic saga that reintroduced Elektra to the Marvel Universe! A super-virus is unleashed on New York by the Hand ninja clan, and only Daredevil can stop them - but not without some unexpected help from a long-lost love and a new, armored costume! Can the Man Without Fear come to terms with his past with Elektra in time to halt the Hand's terror plot - even if it means the end of his secret identi ty? And when Baron Strucker assembles a team of cyber-terrorists to plunge the world's computer systems into global anarchy, will even Captain America's aid be enough to defeat them? Guest-starring Nick Fury, Black Widow and more!
COLLECTING: Daredevil (1964) 319-332, Annual 10 (Daredevil Epic Collection Vol. 18)
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So, I was very reluctant to purchase this book because of all the less than stellar reviews written about it. Also,I had pretty much read all of the best Daredevil stories (bendis era, brubaker, miller, lee, etc). The only reason I went ahead and bought this is because I wanted to add it to my Daredevil collection. Anyways the story is very confusing and much more complex than it needs to be and this takes away from what could have been an incredible story. The best parts of the story are the return of elektra, the debut of Daredevils new costume, and the change in status quo in Matt's life. Other than that the story is pretty pointless and forgettable. Only buy this if you're a Daredevil fan who wants to complete their collection or see the early ideasof what Bendis would eventually create a masterpiece of.
The premise of both stories (Fall From Grace and Tree of Knowledge) aren't bad in themselves - the issue I had was I found the storytelling far too convoluted, and the art, while gorgeous to look at, made it even more complicated/confusing. For example, Hellspawn is introduced at the start of the book, and then disappears for a large chunk of the Fall From Grace story, only to pop up a couple more times seemingly as an afterthought. There were times where the art would be that confusing (ie. an abstract lump of shapes and color) that it simply didn't make sense with what was being said. Daredevil Annual #10, placed between both stories, was a breath of fresh air - two straightforward stories, no gimmick, no overcomplicated exposition, "normal art", etc.
I'd only recommend this title to people that want to complete their Daredevil collection - stick to the Bendis/Brubaker/Waid runs, or try the Miller omnibus (which I should have gotten instead).
It begins with a virus that can alter both mind and body which quickly becomes sought by the Snakeroot, an offshoot of the Hand as well as the demonic Hellspawn. Daredevil is soon in the fray with his decision to upgrade to his now infamous armored outfit to take them on. Muddling matters more are appearances by Venom and Morbius that distract rather than push the story as well as a subplot (echoing future events) were a greedy reporter outs Matt Murdock as Daredevil in the papers. It all builds to Matt's reunion with long-thought dead love Elektra for a big showdown.
Scott McDaniel has proven himself a good artist but this story isn't his best, his work far too wild and not the clear-cut action needed. Worse, however, is the writing as D.G. Chichester indulges far too much in overwrought narration as well as rough dialogue to make the story more confusing than it should be. The armored outfit doesn't look as good on DD, despite some action and the big push where he fakes his own death doesn't have the weight it should either. It's good to have Elektra back but her characterization here seems off, more maudlin than usual while pining for Matt and the subplot of Karen Page tempted by her porn past is poor too. We also have another multi-part story with Captain America as he and DD take on Hydra but it's not as fun as could be.
There are extras of foreword/afterword of the original collection of the main story and additional artwork plus a text from "Marvel Age" on this new direction. But while it was made a huge deal at the time, the fact is that it's a mostly forgettable story now as Daredevil would return to status quo in the end and thus more an example of what was wrong with Marvel in the early '90's than what was right.