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    Daredevil: Father #1

    Daredevil: Father » Daredevil: Father #1 - Father's Day released by Marvel on June 2004.

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    Father's Day last edited by gravenraven on 05/19/23 07:31PM View full history

    Quesada makes his long-awaited return to the drawing board after nearly four years for a very special and very personal DD tale. For the first time writing AND illustrating, DD legend Quesada crafts a mystery set during the deadliest heat wave in NYC history. A serial killer is on the loose pushing a city already past its breaking point over the edge, and Daredevil must battle the heat and fear to keep a crumbling Hell's Kitchen together… by any means necessary!

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    Quesada's DareDevil 0

    Joe Quesada writes and pencils the mini series DareDevil: Father. This the first of six issues starts out rather slow. It's Father's day and Matt  Murdock talks of his Father as he bounds over rooftops of Hells kitchens the costumed man without fear DareDevil. He draws comparisons between father and son for the first 16 pages and doesn't really deliver any new information on their relationship. Quesada's art is just ok here as I feel his art leaning towards  Bill Sienkiewicz's  style. Nothing in...

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