Daredevil, Vol. 1: Know Fear

Daredevil, Vol. 1: Know Fear

Matt Murdock has clawed his way through physical therapy, but his near death experience that nearly left him crippled has left its mark on him. Reacquainted with pain and fear, the devil is back in hell's kitchen, but is the man who returned to the rooftops the same man who fell off them? Find out, in CHIP ZDARSKY'S new era of DAREDEVIL!


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Title:Daredevil, Vol. 1: Know Fear
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781302914981
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  • Artemy

    Chip Zdarsky is slowly but surely becoming Marvel's low-key best writer right now. Which is weird to admit, because his early writing efforts were middling at best, but between this Daredevil run and ...

  • James DeSantis

    Daredevil is my favorite superhero ever. Not only do I believe he has the BEST runs ever but also the fact he's just one of the most compelling characters in any medium when done right. I even have a ...

  • Logan

    Very good! So I have never really found a solid Daredevil run I could get into until this one! I was very sad when Netflix cancelled their groundbreaking Daredevil series which I really enjoyed, but l...

  • ?t?pán Tichý

    I haven't read many Daredevil stories and I don't know why because I like the character. So for me, this book was really solid. I really enjoyed Zdarsky's writing, especially Matt's inner thoughts and...

  • Roy

    This is amazing!! Great tormented Matt. Cool action, perfect characterisation and great art. This is a must read....

  • Chris Lemmerman

    Chip Zdarsky and Marco Checchetto are the latest creative team to tackle Daredevil, and the first volume of their take on the character already has the potential to set them alongside Bendis, Brubaker...

  • Blindzider

    A very strong start to Zdarsky's run. There's one trade paperback between Soule's Back in Black run and this book, but unfortunately there's no real recap of what happened in those issues. Matt was in...

  • George

    Zdarsky starts his Daredevil run by putting Matt Murdock in a Punisher t-shirt and having him run around Hell's Kitchen while slowly losing his mind over accidentally killing someone. And it's not jus...

  • Mitchell Kukulka

    “I’m a good enough catholic to always repent... but a good enough raised catholic to feel like it’ll never apply to me.” A sharp but welcome turn in the arc of both Daredevil as a character a...

  • Eli Seibert

    If Netflix hadn't cancelled the show, I like to think season 4 would've been something like this....