Daredevil Epic Collection: The Concrete Jungle

by Marv Wolfman
Daredevil Epic Collection: The Concrete Jungle
  • ISBN-13: 9781302955175
  • Author(s): Marv Wolfman
  • Subject: Graphic novels: superheroes & super-villains
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Group
  • Imprint: Marvel - US
  • Publication Date: 02-04-2024
  • Format: p/b

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An ever-exciting era for Daredevil, both in costume as Hell Kitchen's guardian and in his life as lawyer Matt Murdock! Matt Murdock may be the Marvel Universe's most famous lawyer, but when the Jester frames Daredevil for murder, the verdict is guilty... and the sentence is death! Then, news of Karen Page's disappearance sends Daredevil to Los Angeles in a crossover adventure with Ghost Rider. Meanwhile, Matt's romance with Heather Glenn continues to grow, but his investigation into her father's business draws disturbing conclusions. The Owl attacks next, and he's far from the Man Without Fear's only problem! Bullseye is back, while the Purple Man has employed his mind-control powers to torment our hero and his friends alike. It's a gritty saga that traps DD in the Ryker's Island prison, forcing him to fight a gauntlet of his most violent foes. Collecting: Daredevil (1964) 133-154; Daredevil Annual (1967) 4; Ghost Rider (1973) 20; Marvel Premiere (1972) 39-40, 43; material from Ghost
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An ever-exciting era for Daredevil, both in costume as Hell Kitchen's guardian and in his life as lawyer Matt Murdock! Matt Murdock may be the Marvel Universe's most famous lawyer, but when the Jester frames Daredevil for murder, the verdict is guilty... and the sentence is death! Then, news of Karen Page's disappearance sends Daredevil to Los Angeles in a crossover adventure with Ghost Rider. Meanwhile, Matt's romance with Heather Glenn continues to grow, but his investigation into her father's business draws disturbing conclusions. The Owl attacks next, and he's far from the Man Without Fear's only problem! Bullseye is back, while the Purple Man has employed his mind-control powers to torment our hero and his friends alike. It's a gritty saga that traps DD in the Ryker's Island prison, forcing him to fight a gauntlet of his most violent foes. Collecting: Daredevil (1964) 133-154; Daredevil Annual (1967) 4; Ghost Rider (1973) 20; Marvel Premiere (1972) 39-40, 43; material from Ghost

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