Daredevil vs. Punisher: Means and Ends

Daredevil vs. Punisher: Means and Ends By David Lapham, Daredevil vs Punisher Means and Ends The battle of the soul of Hell s Kitchen It s wall to wall David Lapham Stray Bullets as the Eisner Award winner and indy sensation writes pencils and inks two of Marvel s biggest icons Daredevil and
  • Title: Daredevil vs. Punisher: Means and Ends
  • Author: David Lapham
  • ISBN: 9780785117452
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Paperback
  • Daredevil vs. Punisher: Means and Ends By David Lapham, The battle of the soul of Hell s Kitchen It s wall to wall David Lapham Stray Bullets as the Eisner Award winner and indy sensation writes, pencils and inks two of Marvel s biggest icons Daredevil and the Punisher vie for the soul of Hell s Kitchen as half the East Coast s underworld in chaos since Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin of Crime, was deposed scramble for a shot atThe battle of the soul of Hell s Kitchen It s wall to wall David Lapham Stray Bullets as the Eisner Award winner and indy sensation writes, pencils and inks two of Marvel s biggest icons Daredevil and the Punisher vie for the soul of Hell s Kitchen as half the East Coast s underworld in chaos since Wilson Fisk, the Kingpin of Crime, was deposed scramble for a shot at the big chair And as the city descends into chaos as murder and intimidation become the staples of the day Daredevil and the Punisher each seek to restore order in their own unique way For Daredevil who s anointed himself the city s new Kingpin this means dispensing justice at the end of a billy club But for the Punisher, justice at the end of a billy club isn t justice at all For the Punisher, justice for these animals is at the end of a shotgun Featuring Marvel villains than you can shake a stick at including Hammerhead and the return of the nefarious Jackal Collecting Daredevil vs Punisher 1 6.
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    1. The Punisher is targeting mobsters nothing new there but, for no reason, Daredevil decides he s had enough of Frank s shenanigans and decides to fight him Welcome to Daredevil vs Punisher, the stinkiest David Lapham comic ever This isn t just two characters brawling though there s plenny of that but it s also two ideologies battling Daredevil s non lethal approach to crime fighting, using the legal system to deal justice to criminals and The Punisher, who shoots mobsters with guns Never seen any [...]


    2. A quanto pare Testa di Martello non ha imparato proprio niente dai suoi trascorsi passati con lo Sciacallo Comunque la loro relazione in questo bellissimo volume di Dave Lapham mi ricordava troppo quella del Capo e il Professore in Altrimenti ci arrabbiamo XD


    3. I am not familiar with the work of David Lapham But this Daredevil Punisher match up looked interesting It has of a classic 90 s Punisher feel to it He is wearing his trade mark old uniform the one with the white gloves and white boots and he still dithers back and forth based on the writer as to whether he was a soldier or a Marine during Vietnam he was a Marine just FYI and he has severe flashbacks of his family being gunned down Daredevil, meanwhile, is still a big critic of the Punisher and [...]


    4. I m a big fan of David Lapham s other work Batman City of Crime is one of my favorite stories of the Dark Knight, and one I find wildly under appreciated As such, I had pretty high hopes for this story, which he both wrote and penciled as he does with his award winning Stray Bullets series However, this ultimately ended up feeling pretty flat and unsatisfying.There are countless stories about Daredevil fighting the Punisher We get it The Punisher thinks justice is killing bad guys, Daredevil thi [...]


    5. It was billed as basically a fight book With Laphams name on it though, I was curious to see how he would handle it He didn t disappoint Not just a damned find DD Punisher book, but he manages to weave in a very will told albeit predictable subplot that deals with the collateral damage that is caused that wouldn t be out of place in his own superb title STRAY BULLETS Very satisfying this one


    6. I enjoyed this story of Daredevil and Punisher each pursuing their shared goal of crime prevention, but utilizing drastically different methods and achieving very different results.The character development of the Punisher is explored in detail why violence is the best than the development of Daredevil why the legal system is best However, one gets a better understanding of both characters through their disapproval of each others actions.


    7. good story Todd through two perspectives, the punisher and a omniscient third person for daredevil the artwork leaves something to be desired but is consistent the whole book I would have been mad if I got an awesome splash page somewhere, I feel like it would have told me the artist was slacking with the artwork being consistent you don t feel cheated by it the story explores the relationship between the two titular characters well other DD punisher stories tend to be on the superficial side I [...]


    8. Apesar de come ar bem e ter uma subtrama interessante, se mal aproveitada, essa mini s rie acaba n o rendendo muito no final a velha est ria de conflito entre o Demolidor e o Justiceiro que j foi melhor realizada v rias outras vezes O resto dos personagens est o aqui apenas como pano de fundo para os dois, e at o Demolidor acaba um pouco abandonado por um foco quase que total no lado do Justiceiro e suas batalhas contra o mundo do crime, n o dando muito refor o para o ponto de vista do personage [...]


    9. Marvel Knights has put out some really good stuff over the past five years or so, and a few clunkers Quite a bit of the material has focused on two of Marvel s out there heroes, Daredevil and the Punisher.Collecting Daredevil vs the Punisher 1 6, This is one of those entries, and it s a good oneFrank Castle is starting to lose it The Kingpin is down, but crime has gone up anyway Hammerhead and the Jackal are filling in the void, which apparently is beneith Peter Parker s notice since he s hangin [...]


    10. i enjoyed the writing, the monologues on both character s parts, but it all seemed to be too trite also, the artwork would have been better complimented by an actual colorist, one who works with actual paints and inks instead of computer generated colors lapham s art does not work well with this coloring technique, as it is very thick and bold, it deserves the type of color that jack kirby once had however, if for nothing else, the fight scenes are beautifully paneled, and the monologue of the p [...]


    11. I love David Lapham, but this was some seriously by the numbers Daredevil Punisher stuff The art is Lapham, so you know it s solid, but the writing was predictable and tepid, especially when compared to his virtually spotless creator owned career Just read Stray Bullets again instead.


    12. I was really not impressed with this one It was too wordy in areas like word balloons than pictures, and the story was kind of hard to follow and seemed a little pointless but that could also be because it was not catching my interest The last half was much better than the first half.


    13. A little too early 90 s for something that s supposed to be modern Doubly disappointing since this story is supposed to be taking place during Brian Michael Bendis amazing run on Daredevil.








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