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Daredevil - Volume 9: King of Hell's Kitchen (Anglais) Broché – 1 novembre 2006


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  • Broché: 120 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (1 novembre 2006)
  • Collection : Graphic Novel Pb
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785113371
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785113379
  • Dimensions du produit: 2,5 x 2,5 x 2,5 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (2 commentaires client)
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Par J. P. NGUYEN on 7 janvier 2005
Daredevil a battu le Caïd et s'est proclamé nouveau "roi" de Hell's Kitchen !

Il a chassé la pègre hors de son territoire et oeuvré pour réhabiliter le quartier.

Tout va pour le mieux ? C'est généralement à partir de là que les choses se dégradent... Ses collègues héros lui reprochent ses méthodes et les Yakuzas cherchent à conquérir de nouveaux territoires !

A nouveau, un excellent mix polar/super-héros par Bendis. Et sur ces épisodes, Maleev déchire tout (une bataille d'anthologie de DD contre les Yakuzas sous la pluie) !

Un des meilleurs moment du run Bendis-Maleev sur Daredevil !
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2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par "clint_barton" on 1 septembre 2004
Bendis et Maleev continuent de tracer la destinée de Matt Murdock avec le génie qu'on leur connait ! On découvre au fil des pages ce qui arrive au nouveau "Caïd" de Hell's Kitchen, sans jamais pouvour anticiper les évènements qui se trament.
Maintenant que DareDevil à fait déguerpir tous les gangs de sa "cuisine de l'enfer", c'est à Murdock d'en récolter les frais, autant de la part de ses amis que d'un nouveau gang décidé à s'approprier le territoire en affrontant le célèbre cornu....
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good but maybe a little overrated 9 avril 2013
Par Deej - Publié sur Amazon.com
So just finished reading this volume and maybe I expected a bit too much but it wasn't as good as I thought, based on all the praise Bendis and his run on Daredevil have received.

Don't get me wrong it is still good, that's why it's 4 stars but from all the hype, I really expected more. In fact read other Daredeevil/Bendis arcs (Underboss, Out, Hardcore) before this and have to say the same thing. The only exception for me was 'the murdock papers' , which was excellent and did merit 5 stars. In general, there's more of Maleev's great, gritty and dark (soemtimes literally too dark) art work and more self analysing and contemplation from Matt Murdock, intertwined with great action sequences. However the plot runs a little thin. Basically, following on from Daredevil's defeat of Kingpin in Hardcore, Matt has cleaned up hell's kitchen through legal and illegal means (i.e. Matt provides a lot of money into housing and social care initiatives and as daredevil, beats up muggers and the like). There's a period where all is good, except for his superhero friends thinking he's gone too far by declaring himself the next kingpin but honestly this part feels like a filler. The core of the story starts from where he's attacked by the yakuza and nearly killed. He of course recovers, enlists the help of his superhero friends (spiderman, luke cage and iron fist and by the way there's a mouth watering full page panel in the last issue with the 4 superheroes poised for action) and I don't think I'll really be ruining anything by saying he wins the day. That's about it but at least it's done in a gritty, noir esk, intelligent and grounded style that does attract me to Bendis' work here, despite the slight dissapointment. Interesingly enough I think that where Bendis and Maleev lack, Brubaker and Lark who eventually take over the run for a bit, improve upon the book. I was blown away by their first daredevil arc and really liked next few.

In general, If you are new to Daredevil think you'll be pleasantly suprised but on the other hand you may be a little dissapointed if, like me, you were expecting something sensational. If you're not new to the title, then you may be pleased(assuming you like his stuff) that Bendis' Daredevil hasn't dropped in quality and in fact has a very similar feel to all his other work on this title.
Daredevil becomes the Kingpin 2 janvier 2011
Par Ian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Ok, so when we last left our hero in volume 7 (volume 8 was all about Echo), Daredevil had savagely beaten Wilson Fisk and declared himself the Kingpin of Hell's Kitchen. Now we flash ahead one year later, and the Man Without Fear has completely cleaned up his neighborhood. There's little crime, and the citizens love him. He's married his girlfriend, Milla Donavan. Heck, he's even approached about running for Mayor! However, not everything is rosy for the Man Without Fear. HIs friends in the superhero community think he's suffered a nervous breakdown, and decide to confront him in some sort of intervention. The FBI is hounding him once again. If that wasn't enough, the yakuza step up to challenge his authority, and try to frame him. Never a dull moment for our favorite blind vigilante. I gotta say, this collection fires on all cylinders. I just love the way Bendis tells a crime story. Alex Maleev's gritty style continues to serve this series well. My favorite part of this story has to be the rainy alleyway showdown between Matt Murdock and a dozen of yakuza thugs brandishing swords. Totally awesome! This is definitely one of the highlights of the Bendis/Maleev run!
Continuing Excellence 8 septembre 2004
Par B. Bukowski - Publié sur Amazon.com
Continuing a year after volume 6's events in which Matt Murdock reaches the breaking point and declares himself kingpin of Hell's Kitchen, this volume explores the aftermath of Matt's actions and how it changes everything and everyone around him.

Bendis continues to keep throwing out amazing stories that really explore who Matt Murdock really is. His characterization is top-notch and the dialogue is as good as ever here. Bendis' work on "Daredevil" is really his best in comics right now (with "Ultimate Spider-Man" and "Powers" following closely behind).

Alex Maleev also continues his signature DD style here which lacks a bit during action scenes but is unbeatable for grounded, dark stories with an emphasis on characters. Hollingsworth's colors compliment the art nicely with very dark, gritty scenes that match the mature tone of the stories.

Simply put: if you have read and liked the previous volumes in the Bendis/Maleev run, this is more of the same and a must read of what is shaping up to be one of the definitive runs in Daredevil's history.
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The return of the king 4 août 2004
Par N. Durham - Publié sur Amazon.com
This five part storyarc marks the return of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Alex Maleev. Taking place one year after the events of Hardcore, Matt Murdock/Daredevil has declared himself the new Kingpin of Hell's Kitchen, and with his identity public he doesn't even bother wearing the costume anymore. He has since married Milla Donovan, and even his fellow super heroes (Luke Cage and Spider-Man among them) don't even understand what he is doing. Soon though, the Japanese mob makes a hit on Matt, coming up with what is one of the hugest brawls to grace the pages of Daredevil in years. Bendis' knack for dialogue is in full effect here, and his work on DD has always been excellent, and it continues here. Maleev's art is excellent as well, and he truly is one of the top rising stars in comics today. All in all, The King of Hell's Kitchen is up there with other Bendis/Maleev masterpieces like Out and Hardcore, and is definitely worth picking up.
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I love this comic so much but there are some problems 22 février 2005
Par jancola - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is, by far, my favorite ongoing, branded superhero comic on the shelves right now. Out, Hardcore, and Widow are all so human and so kick-butt at the same time that I just can't put them down once I pick them up, no matter how many times I've read them. Not to mention *drool* Born Again. I bought this one, finally, to complete the collection, and while there are some parts that are awesome, there are some parts that don't resonate and one part that is just plain wrong.

First of all, the first Daredevil comic I ever read is in this collection, the one that got me into the character in the first place and made me buy all the other ones and the Millers etc, and that is the issue I like to call Superhero Intervention. In it, Matt gets called into the park where his friends Peter Parker, Luke Cage, Dr. Strange, and Mr. Fantastic are all there, out of costume, telling him to stop being a crazy person. It's brilliant. Alex Maleev's rendering of Peter in particular is priceless.

Some stuff that doesn't work: Jessica Jones. Okay, I love that character, but does Bendis really have to keep inserting her into his other comics? And she just doesn't look right here. Also, as the story plods on it starts to feel old. There are also two full pages of Ben Uhrich just sitting there, talking. It's the same frame, over and over again, for two whole pages. Blah! I mean, I love Ben, but I don't need to stare at his yabbering maw this long.

And then there is the part that is WRONG. Please correct me if you know better, because I am relatively new to this comic, but wasn't Matt relatively old when his father was killed? Because I checked, and when Miller wrote it in Visionaries, he was at least a teenager. He was a kid when he lost his sight, but he was a grown-up teenager when his dad died. After all, that's why he never has foster parents. But here, in a giant splash page, Maleev draws him like he's ten years old. Come on! I've only been reading this comic a year and I know better!

This book is still great for fans, but if you want a good taste, start with Out, or Hardcore, or Widow.
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