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Daredevil Comics 1-50
Author: addheat

Daredevil Comics 1-50 | PDF | Rapidshare | 50x approx. 10MB
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Daredevil Motion Comics (Vol 2/2)
Author: kittylovely

Daredevil Motion Comics (Vol 2/2)
20010 | Collection | Eng | AVI (include Motion & Voice) | 379 Mb

The actual Kevin Smith run of Daredevil (Issues 1-8 of Vol 2) done as a motion comic. Most people have no clue this even exists. It does and here it is. This were done by Intec Interactive. The company is long gone now so I decided to rip my DVD and share. I have never seen these on line and they are impossible to find in the store.
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Daredevil Motion Comics (Vol 1/2)
Author: kittylovely

Daredevil Motion Comics (Vol 1/2)
20010 | Collection | Eng | AVI (include Motion & Voice) | 358 Mb

The actual Kevin Smith run of Daredevil (Issues 1-8 of Vol 2) done as a motion comic. Most people have no clue this even exists. It does and here it is. This were done by Intec Interactive. The company is long gone now so I decided to rip my DVD and share. I have never seen these on line and they are impossible to find in the store.
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Daredevil #116-#500 - "Return of the King" Story Arc Complete
Author: WEATHERMAX

Daredevil #116-500 - "Return of the King" Story Arc Complete
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 5 CBR + Bonus | Marvel Comics | Mar 4, 2009 - Aug 19, 2009 | 113 MB Total
+ Daredevil Issue #191 by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley and other Daredevil Collections

This covers the five-part story arc titled above that began with issue #116 and concludes with the latest release, the landmark 500th issue. Lately Marvel has been renumbering a lot of its longest running comic titles to reflect their "original" numbering. Thor went from issue #12 to #600, with similar changes for Captain America and Hulk, the change specifically for milestone issues or "round" numbers. Like #500 or #600. So by the original numbering, Issue #116 would also be issue #496, issue #119, issue #499, and what better time to have a switch, than for issue #500. The story arc can be summed thus: With nothing to lose, Daredevil: The Man Without Fear makes a drastic moral compromise that will change the direction of the book for some time to come. As for the title of the story arc itself, it refers not just to the Kingpin, as you'll find out.
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Daredevil Legends Vol. 1: Daredevil: Yellow Trade Paperback (TPB)
Author: WEATHERMAX

Daredevil Legends Vol. 1: Daredevil: Yellow Trade Paperback (TPB)
Eng | RS | CBZ | Marvel Comics | TPB (June 2002 Print) | 134 Pages | 52.7 MB

Daredevil Legends Vol. 1: Daredevil: Yellow was a trade paperback (TPB) published by Marvel in June 2002 collecting the stories originally published in 2001 single-issue comics magazine form as Daredevil: Yellow Issues #1-6. Daredevil: Yellow presented another take on Daredevil's origins using letters written to Karen Page after her death as a narrative device. Here Page believes she is in love with both Daredevil and Murdock, and Nelson with Karen Page, resulting in a silent rivalry between the two men. The supervillains the Owl and the Purple Man are the antagonists. Daredevil credits Page with coining the phrase "The Man without Fear", and she also suggest to Daredevil he wear red instead of black and yellow. Daredevil's original costume, allegedly designed by Jack Kirby himself, was actually red, black and yellow and it was only in issue #7 when writer-artist Wally Wood came up with the familiar red costume. In keeping with the chosen narrative device, writers Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale retell Daredevil's origins in a deliberate, almost languid fashion, as character-driven as Frank Miller's Daredevil: Love and War series was. Evidently, they have succeed.
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Set of COMICS - 800 Comics - 8,87 GB
Author: Alexpal
Good day to all!
In occasion of my birthday to all a small present :) - the GREAT set of excellent comics
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Set of COMICS
800 (!) Comics | PDF | 8,87 GB | Rapidshare
All comics are uploaded separately

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Marvel's Ultimate Comics Collection
Author: angus77

Marvel's Ultimate Comics Collection
English | CBR | Large Comics Collection | 7.3 GB
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What If? Daredevil vs. Elektra (One-Shot)
Author: WEATHERMAX

What If? Daredevil vs. Elektra (One-Shot)
Eng | RS & Hotfile | CBR | Marvel Comics | Dec 16 2009 | 44 Pages | 34.1 MB

Daredevil. Elektra. Once upon a time they were star-crossed lovers, but then fate took a tragic twist leading them down wildly separate paths. He became Hell's Kitchen's blind seeker of justice while she became a servant to the Hand and their deadliest ninja assassin. But What If...events occurred differently? What If DD was inducted into their evil order in her place? WHAT IF DAREDEVIL DIED AND WAS RESURRECTED BY THE HAND? If that question provides you a gnat's whisker of intrigue, then you definitely won't want to miss this What If special based on the seminal early 80s Daredevil run by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson! By Karl Bollers (WOLVERINE: HUNGER) and Rafael Kayanan (Conan The Barbarian). Plus a 'SAY WHAT?' comedy strip by Mike Gallagher (Mad Magazine) and Dave Manak (Spy Vs. Spy). -- solicitation, marvel.com
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Daredevil: Born Again Trade Paperback (TPB)
Author: WEATHERMAX

Daredevil: Born Again Trade Paperback (TPB)
Eng | RS | CBZ | Marvel Comics | TPB (July 1987 Print) | 177 Pages | 101 (55 + 46) MB

Daredevil: Born Again was a trade paperback (TPB) published by Marvel Comics collecting the acclaimed "Daredevil: Born Again" storyline (Daredevil Volume 1 Issues #227-233, cover dates Feb.-Aug. 1986) written by Frank Miller with David Mazzuchelli as artist. It marks the return of Matt Murdock aka Daredevil love interest Karen Page, and marks a new life for Matt as well. Daredevil's archnemesis the Kingpin, Hell's Kitchen and Captain America figure prominently in this landmark storyline that is more grounded on reality than any of Frank Miller's works. For many, it is the quintessential Daredevil story. And since Miller did write the best Batman story... for some, it may well be the best Daredevil story.
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Daredevil Noir #1-4 Complete
Author: WEATHERMAX

Daredevil Noir #1-4 Complete
Eng | RS & Hotfile | 4 CBR | Marvel Comics | Issue #4 Released July 1, 2009 | All With 2 Covers | 56.2 Mb Total
+ Spider-Man Noir Complete

Daredevil Noir is 4-part miniseries of Marvel Noir, a 2009 Marvel Comics metaseries combining elements of film noir with the Marvel Universe. A metaseries includes stories which reference each other and some overall similar chronology, cast, and/or background, but are not similar enough to be considered direct sequels. It is an alternate take on the character's mythos in a setting suffused with film noir elements: Manhattan immediately after the depression era presented in dull colors and hues blending into dark backgrounds with a gritty, hard-edged storyline entitled "Liar's Poker."
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