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by Brian Michael Bendis,Alex Maleev,Manuel Gutierrez,Terry Dodson

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ISBN: 0785110747
Author: Brian Michael Bendis,Alex Maleev,Manuel Gutierrez,Terry Dodson
Language: English
Publisher: Marvel Comics (February 1, 2003)
Pages: 208
Category: Graphic Novels
Subcategory: Comics
Rating: 4.3
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Out" is the second volume of the Bendis/Maleev run on Daredevil and its great. This story follows up on the conclusion of the previous volume of the book, when Silke outs Daredevil's secret identity.

Out" is the second volume of the Bendis/Maleev run on Daredevil and its great. This story arc shows how messed up Matt Murdock's life, there is very little in costume action here, only a fight with Mr. Hyde, most of the volume just focuses on how Murdock's life is falling apart

Alex Maleev (Illustrator). Manuel Gutiérrez (Illustrator). In this case Brian Michael Bendis' 2002 take on Daredevil: The Man Without Fear.

Alex Maleev (Illustrator). Terry Dodson (Illustrator). Rachel Dodson (Illustrator). Daredevil, Volume 5: Out is a remarkable and solid book with layers of complex characterisation and some of the best dialogue you’ll read anywhere. If the conversation wasn’t so first class I’d be annoyed with the slow-moving plot, but Bendis completely won me over and, honestly, I enjoyed this one too much to care.

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Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev (Illustrator), Manuel Gutierrez (Illustrator), Terry Dodson (Illustrator). Daredevil Vol. 5: The Man Without Fear, Out. Bendis, Brian Michael. Published by Marvel Comics (2003). ISBN 10: 0785110747 ISBN 13: 9780785110743. Published by Marvel Comics 2003-02-01 (2003).

The first nineteen issues of Bendis' definitive run on The Man Without Fear began in a quiet, thoughtful way with a psychological mystery as Ben Urich, Daily Bugle reporter, becomes dangerously obsessed with a traumatised boy. What happened on that roof top to transform an able young. What happened on that roof top to transform an able young lad into a wall of silence? What's the truth behind those superhero comics he's drawing? KABUKI's David Mack was on hand for that four-issue story, and beautifully painted it was too, but it was Alex Maleev whose highly textured, twilight art leant Bendis' crime the grime it needed to keep.

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When Matt Murdock's most guarded secret is sold to a tabloid newspaper, Daredevil's secret identity is exposed to the world! How far will the Man Without Fear go to reclaim his life?

Comments:

Hulis
For the record, I've never read anything by Bendis that was as good as Alias, which was fantastic, all the way through. I read "Wake Up" first, and I was very impressed, although I wasn't sure that I was getting a clear idea of Bendis' Daredevil, or of Daredevil himself, for that matter, as I have never read a Daredevil book. I picked up Underboss, then, and I enjoyed it enough to want to pick up the next volume.

This trade contains two stories: "Out" and "Trial of the Century." "Out" is fantastic. The idea is daring as hell, and it's handled perfectly. The characters are all completely believable and compelling--particularly, Matt Murdock, Foggy and Ben Urich; the dialogue is fantastic, the story is engaging and Alex Maleev's artwork is perfect. It has the same gritty feel of Michael Gaydos' artwork, and it looks great; figures and facial expressions are all natural, too.

Then there's "Trial of the Century," which was fairly poor. The main problem with it is the artwork, which is ridiculously poor for all of Manuel Gutierrez's issues (parts one and two). It is distorted and ugly; the way that Murdock's hair sticks up alone shows that Gutierrez doesn't have a basic understanding of how gravity works--or how hair works. Murdock looks very much like an alien in some panels.

The third issue, illustrated by Terry Dodson, is much better. It's nowhere near Alex Maleev's artwork, or David Mack's, but it's nice and stylized, and it does have something going for it.

That said, the writing on this one was okay. It wasn't as good as "Out," I think, although I'm sure that the artwork had something to do with how little I enjoyed it, but it wasn't wonderful, either. One thing that I really enjoyed in Alias was the way that Bendis could makes ridiculous characters like Speedball, or Mattie Franklin (Spider-woman III) believable, or even idealized super-heroes like Captain America or Ant-Man (Scott Lang) feel like real, relatable characters.

That doesn't go over with the White Tiger, who seems like a stereotypical hero, most of the way through. The opposing lawyer and the judge both seem like charicatures; there's nothing really impressive here. Still, it's Bendis, and, really, the artwork is probably what hurts the story the most.

Still, four stars because "Out" is so good.
heart of sky
"Out" is the second volume of the Bendis/Maleev run on Daredevil and its great. This story follows up on the conclusion of the previous volume of the book, when Silke outs Daredevil's secret identity.

This story arc shows how messed up Matt Murdock's life, there is very little in costume action here, only a fight with Mr. Hyde, most of the volume just focuses on how Murdock's life is falling apart. The characterization is great for both Matt and Foggy and the developments the character goes through in this book sets up interresting ramifications for future Daredevil stories.

Bendis' writing is as crisp as ever here, as he sets up his Daredevil run as something, which is not ur normal superhero book. Bendis' talking heads style plays a large part on the developments in this book, and Bendis also shows he gets Matt Murdock's character and why he does what he does. The story feels very realistic due mainly to the fully fleshed out characters. Bendis' dialogue is also crisp, one line that strikes me is the internal monologue by Murdock "I know before I wake up...I know my life is over" absolutely brilliant

Maleev's art is great, he stepped his game up a bit with this volume, making the art here even better than it was in "Underboss". His layouts are great and his gritty and noir pencils give a grounded feel to this story and fit it perfecty.

When you end the main part of "Out" you'll most definately be left wanting more of the Bendis/Maleev ongoing story. So the three issues that follow may be somewhat of a disapointment.

The trial of the century three-part arc, despite being well written, it falls short of the brilliance that the 5 parter before this story was. The main plot consists of Matt Murdock defending a fellow super-hero in court, if your interessted in lawyering, you may get a kick outta this story, but me, not so much.

A lot of the failure in the back up is due to the sub-par artwork, after being treated to Maleev brilliance in the previous 5 parts, Gutierrez' and Dodson's artwork, is ok in their own right, but they dont really match the feel of Daredevil taht much, I still have to say it is nice tho, just no where near as good as the interiors Maleev produced earlier in the trade.

Despite a somewhat disapointing back story, "Daredevil: Out" is most definately worth reading for the main story, the back story, despite not as good, still manages to be entertaining in its own mertis. This book is worth every cent you put into it, but if you haven't read "Underboss" yet, I'd most definately recommend you to read that before coming to read this book, since the plotlines in that book are what moves this one forwards.
Bludworm
Just a quick glance at the myriad of Daredevil trade paperbacks out there will give some indication of how many permutations this character has gone through. Unfortunately few truly understand the intricacies of the character who can turn into a third-rate ninja in one writer's hands and a cut-rate Spider-man in another's.
Luckily Brian Michael Bendis "gets" Daredevil - much as Miller and Smith have before him. As others have said in their reviews before this one, this is certainly not a conventional superhero tale as it focuses more on Matt Murdock and less on his costumed alter-ego. What appearances there are from the spandex set are limited but very effective. And you have to give credit to ANY writer who can make Mr. Hyde interesting, if only for a few panels.
Two disapointments: 1) The conniving Mr. Silke, who basically sets Murdock up for much of the misery he experiences in these issues, essentially becomes a castrated character barely even appearing in these pages. Perhaps Bendis has something up his sleeve for Silke. I hope so, as this story really wastes his potential.
2) The final third or so of the book is taken up with a White Tiger storyline that is moderately good, but certaily nothing like the Bendis/Maleev stories that precede it.
Bottom Line: The Hollywood screenwriters could learn a LOT from Bendis and Maleev. This is a worthwhile read!

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