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DAREDEVIL #24 Preview, Reviews and Discussion
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What did you think of DAREDEVIL #24?
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Maltus
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2017 11:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Maybe i´m the only one person who dosn´t dislike Morgan art.

Not my favourite either, not anatomycally perfect..but his storytellyng is refreshing, the way he place the camera, the secuency of the panels...etc. I´m tired of artists who draw every one like model posing, who draw perfect looking persons... but dont know how to tell a story.

Sorry for my english.
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Dimetre
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 27, 2017 9:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Maltus wrote:
Maybe i´m the only one person who dosn´t dislike Morgan art.

Not my favourite either, not anatomycally perfect..but his storytellyng is refreshing, the way he place the camera, the secuency of the panels...etc. I´m tired of artists who draw every one like model posing, who draw perfect looking persons... but dont know how to tell a story.

Sorry for my english.

That's pretty good for someone who doesn't have English as their first language.

I think my biggest problem with Morgan's art is that the characters are off-model. It's my understanding that the big two publishers have models for their top characters. When the Kingpin appears in a comic drawn by Samnee or Sudzuka, you immediately recognize him to be the Kingpin. The issue before this one opened with Fisk hitting a punching bag, but it took me a page to realize it was him, and that's a big problem. Morgan didn't adhere to the character model. People had the same problem this issue when he drew Foggy Nelson. It's a distraction that takes you out of the story.

But, as they say, one man's meat is another man's murder. It's good that you're finding something to enjoy in Morgan's art.

I just hope he doesn't draw Daredevil inside his own radar point-of-view panel again.


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Maltus
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 28, 2017 12:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks Dimetre.

You are right on this: "I think my biggest problem with Morgan's art is that the character's are off-model."

But, i just was saying that Morgan has his specifics strengths (have you seen how naturals are his shirts?). No perfect art, but i prefer this than many others.

Take David Finch for example, is impressive, but i dont like the way he tell the storys, how he distribute panels, and how he place the cam. Also dont like how he draws clothes, his figures are rigids... He also has strengths, but they are others.
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Sunni
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 08, 2017 5:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I liked the issue. The Bugle headline was laugh out loud funny. I also liked the insulting article that went with it, and I liked even more that Matt just rolled with it. As for being his own worst enemy, eh, I don’t think he’s worse than any other superhero in that respect; they all hold themselves back in one way or another.

Maltus wrote:
But, i just was saying that Morgan has his specifics strengths (have you seen how naturals are his shirts?). No perfect art, but i prefer this than many others.

As do I. As I said last issue, I like Morgan’s backgrounds and sense of movement. I don’t like how his figures look two dimensional instead of three dimensional, but Garney’s back for #26-28, and then we’ll see what Legacy brings. Since Daredevil is double shipping again in October, if they need to add another artist to the art rotation, I nominate Laming as #19 was spectacular.

Dimetre wrote:
I just hope he doesn't draw Daredevil inside his own radar point-of-view panel again.

I think that was just an artistic choice, the same way sometimes people see themselves in flashbacks even though technically they shouldn’t since they should be from a first person point of view.

Dimetre wrote:
Also problematic is that Soule wrote before that the reason Foggy is angry is because Matt left him as the only person who knows Matt is Daredevil. That isn't brought up in this issue. If Foggy is truly angry about that, he's completely overlooking that fact to help Matt with a cause he thinks is "dumb." Now, Alina is in danger.

She’s at risk just by living in the Marvel Universe. If it’s not Secret Empire, it will be something else.

Dimetre wrote:
There are some huge developments happening off panel throughout this storyline. We find out that Matt lost an appeal 4-3, but we're not shown it. That is a mind-boggling storytelling choice. We have a villain called Legal, but we haven't been allowed to see him do his thing. Soule is a writer who knows the law. Wouldn't that mean he would be excellent at showing us courtroom drama? Why doesn't he?

I was surprised we skipped it, but I’m okay with it if Soule’s saving that for next issue. I’m hoping we get some of that here before the Supreme Court as it would be a nice finale to the arc. If we don’t, it’s a clear missed opportunity.

Mike Murdock wrote:
The conversation between Matt and Foggy is nice, but so sad. The idea that Foggy is happier now is frankly very plausible, but it kind of sucks because I love their relationship.

I think it’s completely accurate. I really enjoy their friendship, but this interaction was a perfect example of why Foggy also really annoys me half the time and why I’m fine with not seeing him every issue. It bothers me the way Foggy berates Matt and acts like Matt’s such a burden to him, so Matt feels terrible and has to apologize. Foggy thinks he’s justified calling out Matt’s bad behavior and therefore doesn’t realize he’s actually feeding into Matt’s guilt complex when he’s always the wronged party. It is selfish of Foggy to expect that Matt has to act the exact same way Foggy does. It’s like, Foggy, Matt’s a blind supersensing ninja. He’s never going to be happy with your staid boring life. The fact that you go to the same seedy bar so you can get free hot dogs six times a week sums up why you’re lucky Matt puts up with you.
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