Daredevil Omnibus Vol. 1 (Daredevil Omnibus, 1)
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Daredevil (2015) #1-28, #595-612, Daredevil Annual (2016) #1, Daredevil/Punisher: Seventh Circle (2016) #1-4, material from All-New, All-Different Marvel: Point One (2015) #1
Daredevil joins the New Avengers during Fear Itself and is a team member in the series during issues #16 to #34 (November 2011 – January 2013). His role is, in the end, quite limited and it is optional.Collects: Daredevil: Ninja 1-3; Daredevil/Spider-Man 1-4; Daredevil (1998) 20-25, 51-55; Spider-Man/Daredevil 1. Collects Daredevil (1964) #133-143 and Annual 4; Ghost Rider (1973) #20; Marvel Premiere (1972) #39-40; and material from Ghost Rider (1973) #19
An eight-issue, out-of-continuity mini-series by Bendis that sees his run through one potential alternate conclusion. Also available in hardcover. Frank Miller’s run on Daredevil was effectively a “reboot” in the terms we use to describe comics today. In his run he methodically deconstructed Daredevil’s origins, replacing his rogues gallery and redefining his supporting players. He turned Daredevil from another Marvel do-gooder to an urban vigilante fighting for both his city and his life in a bloody, adult run. Waid juggles the single issue resolutions with the overarching plot really well, so even if the last issues seem forced conspiracy take, readers will still enjoy the ride and it doesn't contradict previously set up plots. Besides, when is Daredevil not caught in a conspiracy by someone who can "see" the bigger picture. Get it, because radar vision? Never mind. Artistically, Samnee's panels are solid in form and shadows, a perfect compliment to the story being told.Before Marvel Knights in Fantastic Four (1998) #36. After Marvel Knights, in Sentry / The Void, Amazing Spider-Man, Vol. 2 #36, Spider-Man: Mysterio Manifesto #1-3. Punisher v. Daredevil (2000) is a one-shot reprinting #183-184 & 257 Collects Daredevil (1964) #173-181 and material from What If? (1977) 28 & 35; Bizarre Adventures (1981) #28; and Marvel Fanfare (1982) #1 Both annuals come at the start of this run after #270 (except supporting stories from 5, noted above). Also collects material from Punisher Annual 3, Incredible Hulk Annual 16, and Silver Surfer Annual 3
In this period, likely just before or just after War of the Realms: Jessica Jones: Purple Daughter – Marvel Digital Original (2019 #2 https://amzn.to/3WVqghgINCREDIBLE HULK BY BYRNE & CASEY OMNIBUS –May 7 2024 Collecting INCREDIBLE HULK (1968) #468-474, HULK (1999) #1-11, HULK & SUB-MARINER ANNUAL '98, X-MAN & HULK ANNUAL '98, HULK ANNUAL '99 and RAMPAGING HULK (1998) #1-6. Collects: Material From Strange Tales (1951) 87-100; Strange Tales Annual (1962) 1; Journey Into Mystery (1952) 71-82; Tales To Astonish (1959) 20-34; Tales Of Suspense (1959) 20-38; Amazing Adventures (1961) 1-6; Chamber Of Darkness (1969) 4-5Daredevil Vol. 2, #1–119 [#381–499] (Nov. 1998 – Aug. 2009) Note: With issue #22, began official dual-numbering with original series, as #22 / 402, etc. Soule writes this story of Daredevil and Misty Knight searching for Wolverine.It contains information crucial to Daredevil’s main story at this point. The Man Without Fear: An updated Daredevil origin story that is very good. My only complaint is that Elektra is supposed to be around college age and she looks like a 60 year old with bad plastic surgery.