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eBook Daredevil: Lone Stranger ePub
Author: John Romita,Ann Nocenti
Language: English
ISBN: 0785144528
ISBN13: 978-0785144526
Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (March 10, 2010)
Pages: 216
Category: Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Graphic Comics
Rating: 4.9
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Ann Nocenti and John Romita Jr. presents this dark sequel to their classic "Typhoid Mary" story that features . John Romita J. s work has never looked so good.

Ann Nocenti and John Romita Jr. presents this dark sequel to their classic "Typhoid Mary" story that features Daredevil (torn apart after the events of "Typhoid Mary") leave Hell's Kitchen and became a drifter. This story starts with Daredevil fighting demons in the conclusion of the Inferno crossover. 10 people found this helpful.

Artist John Romita J. who illustrated Daredevil stories under writers such as Ann Nocenti and Frank Miller, signing a copy of issue 254 of the series (Vol 1) at Midtown Comics in Manhattan. 2009) by Ann Nocenti and David Aja. Daredevil: Cage Match (July 2010). Daredevil (April 1964 – Oct. 1998). Shadowland (September 2010–January 2011).

Darede Daredevil: Lone Stranger collects Daredevil issues 265-275, a memorable run by writer Ann Nocenti and artists John Romita Jr. and Al Williamson. I'm happy (and more than a little surprised) that these issues were collected like this. These were the first Daredevil issues I read when I started getting into comics, so they have a special place in my heart.

Daredevil: Lone Stranger : Lone Stranger. Illustrated by John Romita, Text by Ann Nocenti. Daredevil (Paperback).

Doctor Strange's hands have been healed, restoring his surgical skills - but now he's being torn between his obligations as the Sorcerer Supreme and as a neurosurgeon. John Romita Jr., Ann Nocenti. Penciller: John Romita Jr. Cover Information. Recommended Series.

Written by ANN NOCENTI and JOHN ROMITA JR. Art and cover by JOHN ROMITA JR. The Man Without Fear becomes the Man Without Hope as Manhattan falls beneath the fangs and claws of Inferno!

Written by ANN NOCENTI and JOHN ROMITA JR. The Man Without Fear becomes the Man Without Hope as Manhattan falls beneath the fangs and claws of Inferno! Losing everything in more than one kind of fire, DD leaves Hell's Kitchen to walk to and fro upon the Earth - but no matter where he goes, Mephisto's waiting for him!

I’d screwed up my life so bad I had nowhere to go on X-Mas, so stopped in a pub and had a memorable day with strangers. Is there any more story about what was happening to Nocenti at this time? Her run is absolutely one of my all time favourites

I’d screwed up my life so bad I had nowhere to go on X-Mas, so stopped in a pub and had a memorable day with strangers. 07:00 - 25 дек. 2019 г. 228 ретвитов. Is there any more story about what was happening to Nocenti at this time? Her run is absolutely one of my all time favourites. 0 ответов 0 ретвитов 3 отметки Нравится.

He was inducted into the Will Eisner Comic Book Hall of Fame in 2002. Romita is the father of John Romita J. also a comic book artist and husband of Virginia Romita, for many years Marvel's traffic manager.

The Man Without Fear becomes the Man Without Hope as Manhattan falls beneath the fangs and claws of Inferno! Losing everything in more than one kind of fire, DD leaves Hell's Kitchen to walk to and fro upon the Earth - but no matter where he goes, Mephisto's waiting for him! Inhumane experimentation and Inhuman secrets abound! Guest-starring Spider-Man and Freedom Force! Collects Daredevil (1964) #265-273.
Lanin
I'm a little mystified at this collection. I'm definitely happy to have it, as I've been a Daredevil fan for many years and have not seen these issues in other collections, but it's not the most obvious choice for a trade paperback. Ann Nocenti writes these tales, mostly single issue stories of Daredevil wandering around the USA in an emotional cocoon after the misery he suffered in the Born Again and Typhoid Mary stories. John Romita, Jr., provides the art, which is not my favorite style (he likes a lot of lines, especially long straight unnecessary lines, and his version of Mephisto is not really in keeping with other artists' designs), but I know most readers love his work, and these examples are really good by JRJR standards.

The unusual thing about the collection, though, is that the stories don't really have anything in common other than Daredevil being emotionally reserved, and there's no clear start or end point. The first issue in the collection is even the last part of an Inferno crossover (which, by the way, is one of my favorite Ann Nocenti stories ever - no one writes nauseatingly surreal but purposeful horror like she does - and is a must-read for anyone familiar with Inferno). Most of the issues are decent but not great - there's a three-issue civics lesson about why overcrowding on farms is bad, and a one-issue fight with Freedom Force that paints the Blob as a sexual predator, and the introduction of Blackheart (who would eventually become a major character but who doesn't make much of an impression in this appearance, although Nocenti gets to indulge her horror strengths in writing his origin).

Nothing here is key to understanding Daredevil or his supporting cast, and this is definitely a book to skip if you're on a budget, but Daredevil completists will likely be entertained by this curious little journey to a little-referenced part of the character's past.
Shakataxe
I was interested in the Inferno story line, but only part of the book deals with it. Most is taken up with side trips Daredevil makes, and the good and bad and really nasty people he meets. lt's worth mentioning that this volume contains the 1st appearance of Blackheart, son of Mephisto. He fights DD and Spider-Man, and loses, natch.
This volume reprints issues 265-273 from the very late 80's, and the material shows its age. By which I don't mean to say it's bad, it's just a little dated in appearance and tone. Ann Nocenti is quite famous for her turn on DD, and her handling of horror-type stories. This isn't lighthearted stuff!
John Romita jr is the artist, and his style is distinctive, you hate it or you love it. I'm not fond of his art, it's too angular and his bad guys tend to look the same - ugly and stringy and covered in bristles. It was his idea to turn Mephisto into a nightmarish monster, as seen here.
It's a good read and I'll keep it in my collection, but it's probably not a must-have for all but the hardcore fan.
Kajishakar
Absolutely stunning art by John Romita Jr and Al Williamson.
Fordrelis
Shame on Marvel, yes, because they didn't think yet of publishing the entire Daredevil run by this great writer, that is Ann Nocenti. The art is gorgeous, Romita Jr is in his best form here. The stories are so good that even in some points they are better than Frank Miller. Marvel, wake up, hurry, and make an Omnibus of this entire run and stop publishing trash like Secret Wars II.
Wafi
Ann Nocenti and John Romita Jr. presents this dark sequel to their classic "Typhoid Mary" story that features Daredevil (torn apart after the events of "Typhoid Mary") leave Hell's Kitchen and became a drifter. This story starts with Daredevil fighting demons in the conclusion of the Inferno crossover. Then he ran into Mephisto at the bar and Mephisto was ugly. Then Daredevil went to the church where his mother lived in and confess his betrayal to his love interest Karen Page by having a love affair with Mary Walker (a.k.a. Typhoid Mary). He was so driven with guilt that he leave Hell's Kitchen and take a roadtrip (Incredible Hulk-style) where he help people along the way. Of course, Daredevil ran into the Blob & Pyro in #269. Then in #270, Daredevil teams up with your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man against Mephisto's son Blackheart. The story ends with a three-part story where Daredevil saves a farmer's daughter and a smokin' hot blonde named Number Nine from a villain known as Shotgun. The Inhumans also make a guest appearance in that story.

"Lone Stranger" is a classic Daredevil story that takes the Man Without Fear on a road to redemption to regain his own sanity and find the strength to forgive himself for his guilt.
Modifyn
The first Daredevil comic I ever read was actually included in this collection. I remember loving the story and art, so when I saw the whole arc was included in one book, I snapped it up right away.

Ann Nocenti writes some really great tales of DareDevil wandering around the country after the events of Born Again. He's lost and trying to refind his purpose. He runs into Spiderman, the Inhumans, and Mephisto. John Romita Jr. hit his artistic stride with this run. You can see his distinct style developing and his master storytelling already there.

What really excited me about this collection was the printing; they did a marvelous job restoring the original linework and colors to all their glory. John Romita Jr.'s work has never looked so good. I have several issues from the 80s on newsprint, but the enhanced production is well worth buying the stories again!

I highly recommend this collection to anyone who likes Daredevil, John Romita, Jr., or great drama.
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