Friday, 15 July 2016

RECOMMENDED READING - DAREDEVIL EPIC COLLECTION VOLUME ONE...


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I've got all of these stories already, but I can never resist the
allure of a brand-spanking new collection of classic comics, and
the DAREDEVIL EPIC COLLECTION certainly fits the bill in
that department.  Read the spiel on the back cover, then steal your
wife's Bingo money that she keeps in the cookie jar on top of the
fridge (she'll only waste it on frivolities), race around to your
nearest FORBIDDEN PLANET and buy yourself a copy.

Hey, I've just noticed that my skin has turned purple.  (If
you're a DD fan, you'll know what I'm talking about.)  Let's
see if it works.  "Go and buy this book now!"

6 comments:

Phil S said...

Personally I was a big fan of the Ani-men. Hey stop recommending stuff to buy I need money to pay bills. I bought the Captain Britiain collection after you reminded me......

Kid said...

Did you buy the Omnibus, Phil, or the 5 softcover editions?

Phil S said...

It was the one with the Black Knight reprints. Which were much better than Cap's stories. I never got to the end of the Merlyn storyline originally so I'm glad I read it.

Kid said...

Always good to finish a storyline, even years later, eh?

TC said...

I had Daredevil #21 and I think I also had #20, but not both issues at the same time. Years later, I did have both chapters/episodes/whatever when they were reprinted in Marvel Triple Action #1 and #2. (It was that two-part story where the Owl kidnaps Murdock and the judge.) IIRC, they were also reprinted in B&W in a Lancer paperback book, and in Marvel Masterworks and Essentials volumes. It may be one of the most often reprinted DD stories. At least, of those from the Silver Age.

Kid said...

I've never had the original issues, TC, but I remember the stories from The Mighty World Of Marvel back in the '70s. (I may actually have read them in Smash! back in the '60s, now that I think about it. I'll have to check.) I've also got MTA #1, as well as the Masterworks reprintings. (And, of course, I've now got the Epic Collection.)

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