Mike's Reviews > Daredevil Omnibus

Daredevil Omnibus by Frank Miller
Rate this book
Clear rating

's review
Nov 13, 2007

it was amazing
Recommended for: Fans of both graphic novels and pulp fiction
Read in September, 2007

Frank Miller has become one of the foremost figures in the comic industry, and after reading his collected work from his historical run on "Daredevil", it's easy to see why. The pulp style of writing in the early stories harkens back to the original 'Batman' stories, but Miller soon hits his stride, blending hard-knocks dialogue and action with deep characterizations. Each story is better than the last, from the return of the Kingpin, to some of the classic battles with arch-enemy Bullseye, as well as the introduction of Elektra, Stick, and the Hand. Best of all we, the lucky readers, are given a great insight into the man behind the devil (sorry for the cliché), in other words what really makes Matt Murdock dress up in red tights and jump around the roof tops of Hell's Kitchen.

Sign into Goodreads to see if any of your friends have read Daredevil Omnibus.
Sign In »

No comments have been added yet.