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I posted this series back in 2015 but with Bendis leaving Marvel I wanted to do something to look back at his career and in my opinion his Daredevil run was his best work.

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Here is a repost of a page from Brian Bendis' DAREDEVIL run. Issue #56 has Ben Urich giving a "history of crime" to an unknown person. Also it ties into a New York Times editorial and a short look at early 20th century Feminism, just so you know. I mention Andrea Dworkin, Ray Bradbury and Upton Sinclair, because why not?

Kingpins and feminists. )
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Here's one of my favorite Daredevil stories, and it really isn't "special," aside from being the final issue of Ann Nocenti's run on the book. Also, the art is by Lee Weeks.

I'll start my own media empire! )
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In some ways the 'Doctor Octopus' arc could be viewed as an example of Bendis's 'decompressed' storytelling given that it ran for seven issues, Spidey and Ock don't even meet until four issues in and the story is a bit cluttered with subplots involving Justin Hammer and Kraven. Still, I enjoyed it quite a bit.

Scans under the cut... )

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"That is a complicated question and the answer will play a big role in the series. Jess doesn't particularly like children. She's made that pretty clear in the past. She hasn't been waiting around for the right guy to settle down and have a family. That's never been part of her plan. All of this is new uncharted ground for her and a big life changing business. It's not a trick or a gimmick. It's a story.
...
I won't get into it here but I very much relate to Jessica's stance on children. There are big, strong, deep-rooted reasons why she never wanted to be a parent. I understand that. I lived that. Then one day everything changed. Jess seemed like the perfect character for this story.
" - Dennis Hopeless


"If you were on board with the new version of Spider-Woman (and why wouldn't you be, as it's the most interesting and relatable take on the character in maybe ever), then you'll be relieved to know this is the same Jessica Drew." - Matt Little, a reviewer for CBR

Writer: Dennis Hopeless
Artist: Javier Rodriguez
Inker: Alvaro Lopez


So this issue came out...

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