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Daredevil Legends, Vol. 2 by Frank Miller
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Mar 01, 09


IMHO, this is the super-hero book I would give to my friends who don't think much of super-hero comics because it's a story about a man, not a super-hero. Having discovered Daredevil's secret identity from an ex-girlfriend of his who has since become a heroin-addicted adult film star, NYC crime lord The Kingpin uses all the influence he has to utterly destroy his life, ruining his reputation as a lawyer, freezing his accounts, and foreclosing on his home. Reduced to homelessness, DD quickly loses his grip on his sanity, believing that even those closest to him helped bring about his downfall. How he slowly rebuilds his life is as inspiring a story as anyone is likely to read. Add in a little political intrigue to this crime/human drama and you have quite possibly one of the top five comic book stories written in the past 30 years.
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