In honor of the Daredevil's brand-new TV series, we're counting down your picks for the fifty greatest Daredevil stories.
Here are the next four stories on the countdown!
3. "The Man Without Fear" (Daredevil: The Man Without Fear #1-5)
Frank Miller's last work on Daredevil was an examination into Matt Murdock's transition into becoming the hero known as Daredevil. The series (which was drawn by John Romita Jr. and Al Williamson) also gave us some insight into Matt's relationship with Elektra (in her pre-assassin days) as well as the Kingpin floating around there on the periphery.
Just like Miller's take on Batman, Matt's earliest vigilante days did not go according to plan...
Of all the various Daredevil comic books out there, it seems that (besides Bill Everett and Stan Lee, of course), the comic book series that the Netflix series is drawing the most content from is The Man Without Fear, right down to the costume Matt wears right before he gets his superhero costume...
Look at those Romita pages! WOW! Such dynamic art! So much energy!
Miller really knows how to weave a complex tale with interconnected characters and give everyone a chance to shine.
Read on to the next page for #2-1!