Let’s just agree right now that Frank Miller’s run on Daredevil was the greatest version of the Man Without Fear. When Matt Murdoch’s super-senses became even more super-sensitive and Matt Murdoch (Daredevil’s alter-ego) sought refuge in the sensory deprivation tank, Miller took the reader deep into the essence of Daredevil. You could actually feel the horror of having hearing so sharp that another person’s tendons sliding across their bones was audible, that the stink of the contents of their stomach was palpable -- even though the person in question was a ninja on the roof of your brownstone. As a kid, the thought that your senses could become your weakness was a mind-blowing concept. And now, twenty-something years later, Mr. Night finally gets to experience the world the way... More >>>