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Daredevil: The Man Without Fear (a.k.a. Man Without Fear)

13 Ratings: 3.9
A graphic novel written by Frank Miller and illustrated by John Romita Jr.

(excerpt from Wikipedia's Daredevil page)   Frank Miller returned to the character and his origins with the 1993 five issue Daredevil: The Man Without Fear mini-series. With artist John Romita Jr, Miller expanded upon the character's … see full wiki

Author: Frank Miller
Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels, Crime Drama, Superheroes
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Date Published: 1993
3 reviews about Daredevil: The Man Without Fear (a.k.a....
review by . March 29, 2010
Frank Miller's Strong Noirish, Mature Portrayal of Marvel's Sightless, Red-Garbed Vigilante
   Most people are familiar with the name Frank Miller. A vast majority would recognize his name with the movie/graphic novel “Sin City”, some would see him as the writer of the graphic novel “300” and most recently he has made his less than impressive directorial debut with “The Spirit”. His recent success with the comic book mini-series “All Star Batman and Robin” have once again caused him to be noticed by comic fandom. Miller’s …
Quick Tip by . May 13, 2011
Frank Miller's lesser known and yet so amazingly gritty re-issue of the origins of everyone's favorite hornhead; this happens before he dons the scarlet costume. It goes into the relationship between Matt and Jack Murdock, his love affair with a young woman named Elektra in college and the very first time he took matters into his own hands.      Not for kids, and more violent than your usual Daredevil issues, this goes into the darker side of Manhattan, its crime element …
review by . June 22, 2005
This volume is nothing more or less than a master at work on the character that he made famous. Frank Miller is known these days more for his work on Sin City, but once he revolutionized Matt Murdock, making him not only a relevant comic character again, but a fan favorite. Man Without Fear has Miller returning to Matt Murdock with a bone crushing, teeth gnashing, hard hitting origin story, detailing Matt's journey from childhood, to his first adventure as a masked crime fighter.     Of …
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