Царство теней

  • Title: Царство теней
  • Author: Andy Diggle Billy Tan
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  • Page: 297
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. 2.5 starsI'm not enough of a Daredevil fangirl to say whether or not this sucked, so I'll just say I was underwhelmed.I'd heard that this was a BIG EVENT for Murdock, and I can see why, but I'm not sold on the concept.Demon Possession?I've never thought of Daredevil as a particularly supernatural character. Religiousybe. But not necessarily part of the Marvel universe that dealt with the occult much.Yeah, yeahThe Hand ninjas serve that Beast dudebut still.Again, I'm not familiar enough with this [...]

    2. First off I should point out that, like most crossover events, reading only the central mini-series is often not enough to fully enjoy said crossover event. From one chapter to the next, you might feel as if you've missed an important development in the story, one that's happened in a companion mini-series or tie-in. Such is the case with "Shadowland". Sure, the more tie-ins you read, the better, but the absolute minimum you should read along with this book is the Shadowland: Daredevil collectio [...]

    3. [Note: This review is identical to my review of Shadowland: Daredevil, as the two are intertwined through a cross-over event.]To be fair, I was warned. The truly wonderful Volume 2 of Daredevil, spanning from Issue #1 to Issue #512 (which is 132), began in 1998 with a reboot. It lasted for 12 years, and in the majority of those years the story of Matt Murdock was fantastic. Sure, Murdock had a downer life, constantly assaulted and beaten. It was horrible. Tough. But still Matt Murdock pressed on [...]

    4. This is actually a review of the whole Diggle Daredevil run. The publishing of the Shadowland was very poorly done with important parts of the stories split into different collected editions. So just reading the Shadowland event would be unsatisfying as would just reading the Daredevil issues/collection. Reading the whole thing together (as I did) it's not as bad as everyone says. But it wasn't on the same level as the Bendis or Brubaker material that proceeded Diggle's run either. I've been wan [...]

    5. Did anyone actually enjoy this?This is the text-book definition of why cross-overs are a bad idea. There only reason this existed was to generate more revenue - by forcing fans to purchase more comics than just the Daredevil monthly, and - hopefully - introduce them to other characters. It was a major shame to see the previous, quality runs go to waste.

    6. 2.5 Reading this is like watching a series finale without watching the rest of the season. Kind of pointless including it on the collection.

    7. Let me get straight to the point; ‘Shadowland’ is a mess in every conceivable way. As if the story wasn’t bad enough (and “bad” it is), the geniuses at Marvel’s trade paperback/collections department have made this almost unreadable by completely botching the collection. ‘Shadowland’, for those who don’t know, was one of those crossover “events” that the big two American comic use to rinse our wallets at least once a year. Although ‘Shadowland’ features numerous inconse [...]

    8. I love this story, even with its imperfections. For a while, Andy Diggle has been building a status quo in which Daredevil has taken leadership of the Hand with the intention of using an evil organization for a good purpose. In the context of the Marvel Universe, everything has had an internal logic and consistency. As things have gotten darker, with the group building a huge Japanese-style fortress in Hell's Kitchen, and ninjas enforcing martial law on the streets, some of Marvel's street-level [...]

    9. "Matt Murdock Dared Evil and lost"For years Daredevil had been a stood strongly against the cult of ninjas called The Hand. So it was very surprising when they approached him, during the Dark Reign, to lead them. Initially refusing, he was forced to take the mantle when The Hand decided to go to Wilson Fisk instead, and when Bullseye blew up an entire block in Hell's Kitchen. Determined to use change their ways and use them for justice, Daredevil decided to become the new leader.What he failed t [...]

    10. not entirely bad, not very satisfying. Seems a limited-run series forced things to culminate too fast a before we got a chance to see it sink in. While the action was good, the very limited insights into Murdock's descent were frustrating to say the least.The appearances by high-profile superheroes - out of nowhere, no context or reason why they'd know of or be associated with this storyline - feel like the kind of stunt casting A-list Hollywood guest appearances on flagging TV shows during swee [...]

    11. I don't know what happened. Two volumes ago, Daredevil is a grade A book with great stories and a complicated character. Come Shadowland, it's a crossover with a bunch of street heroes who have little to do with Matt Murdock, and a character possessed by a demon.I'm not against these kind of stories, but this one hurts Daredevil as a character. Some of the cameos, like Luke Cage and Iron Fist, make sense while others, like the Punisher and Ghost Rider, are wasted. The end, with Matt dealing with [...]

    12. Occasionally ugly and amateurish art matches up with a tedious, by-the-numbers take on superhero-goes-bad.Couldn't finish it.Suckitude.

    13. Cuando leí de qué se trataba Shadowland me sentí muy intrigado por todo el concepto de "Daredevil toma el mando de La Mano y la usa para proteger Hell's Kitchen", es una idea muy interesante. Lamentablemente en este libro es muy desaprovechada y termina convirtiéndose en la vieja trama de superhéroe se vuelve malo, los amigos le piden que cambie, el no quiere cambiar y terminan peleando. He leído a varios devir que esta historia está incompleta sin la parte de la historia de Daredevil: Sh [...]

    14. Não sei se é porque eu me afastei das séries regulares da Marvel há algum tempo, ou se é porque falta o recheio complementar dos títulos independentes de Homem-Aranha, Vingadores ou mesmo do Motoqueiro Fantasma e Cavaleiro da Lua, mas cara, que coisa apressada, rasa.O Demolidor foi um personagem que "grew on me" - nunca fui fã de carteirinha dele, mas com o tempo passei a entender e admirar. Mas aqui parece que nem ele aparece tanto. Tudo vira uma desculpa pra, em determinado momento, ter [...]

    15. I like the parts where Punisher makes an entry. The Daredevil (all black) didn't exactly prove to be a worthy adversary to the protagonist superheroes. Although, his battle with the Ghost rider was short and shocking. Read it if you like Daredevil and want to see a melee of superheroes team up to fight him.5 stars for the artwork, 3 stars for the plot.

    16. A quick, fun read from the always reliable Andy Diggle, with some great artwork by Billy Tan. With the exception of Spider-Man and a brief appearance from Wolverine, this book focuses on street level heroes such as Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Shang-Chi, Moon Knight, Punisher, etc. There no deeper meaning here, just good old fashioned super-hero fun.

    17. Not the best Daredevil book I've read, but I don't think it's as bad as popular consensus likes to claim. The switch in focus from Matt's fall to Matt's possession is a little abrupt, but Shadowland largely feels like a logical extension of Daredevil's long bad night.

    18. This really isn't bad. It's a shame it's getting so much hate. I love the art. It has some awesome characters, some of their arc don't really wrap up though. Treating Daredevil story, just wish it had a bit more lasting impact. 7.5/10

    19. Amazing ninja shit-show featuring nowadays Defenders (w/out Jessica Jones), action-packed story arc and beautiful art - must-read for a boring evening.

    20. Colección Definitiva de Novelas Gráficas Marvel, tomo 65: Shadowland. Recopilatorio incompleto ya que sólo trae los capítulos de la miniserie homónima y no los de Daredevil imprescindibles para la historia.

    21. One of the issues about reading ongoing comic books is that not only is a particular writing style subjective, but there are going to be highs and lows as creative teams come and go.Daredevil is a character that can be one of the best in the industry, or can get lost.Unfortunately this is the latter had his glory years under Frank Miller, and then Ann Nocenti and John Romita Jr had an original and different run that was fun to read.It was followed by a run of diminishing returns, each writer was [...]

    22. Many may believe Daredevil to be one of Marvel's B level heroes as he is a more street hero. He was never an Avenger and never had interactions with the "big" heroes of the Marvel U. Daredevil was always seen with say the Punisher or Spidey or Wolverine. His best "super" friends were Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Misty Knight, Colleen Wing and Jessica Jones. On rare occasions he would go to Dr Strange or Reed Richards for help. This insular approach to Daredevil is both a great idea and a bad idea. Bad [...]

    23. "Царство Тени" показывает, насколько низко может пасть некогда великий герой. Дэрдевил вернулся из Японии в Нью-Йорк, где воздвиг настоящую крепость – Царство тени, в котором он жёстко управляет организацией Рука, против которой сражался долгие годы. Став лидером этого дре [...]

    24. This review is for both Shadowlands and Daredevil ShadowlandsAfter reading the Devils Hand, I thought that this would turn out to be a decent little event. Sadly it was not.I picked up this and Shadowlands together, and decided to read this one (Daredevil - Shadowlands). first. After the first 2 pages I stopped reading and started with Shadowlands. I heard the best way to read it is shadowlands 1, daredevil shadowlands 1, shadowlands 2, daredevil shadowlands 2, etc. but screw that, the artworks [...]

    25. Intresting and I think its good to see a hero who has in the past been such a source for good and incorrupterble, become corrupted. That was a pretty big move. However it seems they go back on it slighty by adding that element that it wasn't really him and that he was possesed, which is a such cliche in this situation. (I undertanad that if they hadn't have done this it probably would have destroyed Daredevil as a character) One particular thing that happens early on the series which is such a b [...]

    26. Talk about a disappointment.I really love the idea of a long time paragon type hero being pushed over the edge by the seeming constant death and destruction caused by villains who they always defeat but never kill. It's something that gets touched on often but I can't think of many cases of the hero really crossing the line. Shadowlands could have been that book. I would have loved to have seen the repercussion of this, especially with a long established hero like Daredevil.After a promising sta [...]

    27. Well, I became aware that this book existed after finding myself baffled by the sloppy Shadowland: Daredevil which turned out to be part of a crossover event along with this book, also by Andy Diggle.First off, I want to say, whether it's single issue monthly comics or collected trade paperbacks, running a story between two titles is a bull$#!+ way to do things, and it's bull$#!+ to expect the reader to jump back and forth between issues of separate titles (or chapters of collected editions) in [...]

    28. This is not the best Daredevil story I've ever read, but it was okay. This book ends the dark reign of Daredevil while working with the Hand. You need to read a few volumes of Daredevil to understand what's doing on in this series. The best place to start is back with Bendis run and work through Burbank to Diggle.If you wanted to see Daredevil as a bad guy this is the comic. One thing the story does have going for it, is the beautiful art work. Billy Tan can draw great characters. Another thing [...]

    29. Read most of this back when it was originally being published but never finished it. Seemed to go a lot quicker without the many tie-ins and associated miniseries. Good story but lacking in substance

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