Daredevil #211

    Daredevil » Daredevil #211 - This Hungry God released by Marvel on October 1, 1984.

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    Still the greatest sightless super hero in all of comics! Fighting a menace he's never faced before - the likes of which he's likely never to meet again! And that's only the beginnig! If you think you've seen ol'hornhead in red-hot action - see this!


    After last issue's fight against Crossbow, Daredevil is hurt and bleeding and then he goes to Glorianna's place to get healed. When he goes to his office he finds some of Micah Synn's savage men kidnapping Becky. He defeats the men but couldn't rescue her. At Micah's place he and his tribe sorcerer Vikah are talking about sacrificing Becky to their God Mow. Daredevil went to Foggy's appartment and there he find more savage men aroud. Then Daredevil realises Micah must have discover his secret identity and that is why they are arresting Murdock's friends. Another kidnap is seen by Daredevil, Kingpin's wife Vanessa. This time he manages to follow them into Micah's place. When they are about to start the sacrifices with Vanessa and Becky, Daredevil shows up and fight the savages and Micah, but Vanessa got shot by Vikah's spear after saving Becky. Daredevil has to run away because his bleeding and ask for the help of Kingpin. At the end Daredevil and Kingpin decides to work together to defeat Micah, and that Vanessa isn't really Vanessa but a duplicate.



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    It's hard to judge the story since it jumps in midstream, but this was one of the first comics I ever bought and this is where I jumped on. The story wasn't familiar to me as I read it again recently. The cover stuck with me and apparently I liked it enough at the time to buy #212. I think it may have been just too heady for a little kid :) But then I guess that's a testament to it working on different levels, appealing to different ages.The villains, the Kingorge tribe (just got that..."kin gor...

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