Without Fear

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"Without Fear"
Cover of Daredevil vol. 2, 100 (Oct 2007).Art by Lee Bermejo.
Publisher Marvel Comics
Publication date September 2007 – March 2008
Genre
Title(s) Daredevil vol. 2, #100-#105
Main character(s) Daredevil
Mister Fear
Milla Donovan
Enforcers
Creative team
Writer(s) Ed Brubaker
Artist(s) Michael Lark
Collected editions
Hell to Pay, Vol. 2 ISBN 0-7851-2815-8

"Without Fear" is a six-issue Daredevil story arc written by Ed Brubaker with art by Michael Lark and published by Marvel Comics focusing on Mr. Fear's latest attempt to ruin Daredevil's life. The arc appears in Daredevil #100-#105.

Plot summary[edit]

Mr. Fear resurfaces, along with the Enforcers at his side, providing the criminals of Hell's Kitchen a drug that causes the user to become psychotic and completely unafraid of death. In another attempt to make Daredevil's life miserable, Mr. Fear also gives the drug to Milla Donovan, Daredevil's wife. He is also approached by the Hood and offered a place in his criminal empire which he rejects. Meanwhile, Daredevil hunts down Mr. Fear to force him into giving him an antidote to the drug. After Daredevil tracks down and beats Mr. Fear in a one on one fight, the villain reveals that there is no antidote. Mr. Fear eventually surrenders to the police and confesses all of his wrongdoings, which sees him being sent to Ryker's Island for imprisonment. After his imprisonment, Mr. Fear quickly rises to the top of the prison hierarchy, gaining respect and fear from prisoner and guard alike.

Collected editions[edit]

The story arc was collected in a trade paperback as Daredevil: Hell to Pay, Vol. 2 (ISBN 0785128158).

Reception[edit]

IGN gave Daredevil #100-#105, respectively, 7.8, 8.3, 7.6, 8.1 and 9.0 out of 10.[1] The first issue of the story arc, Daredevil #100, with the combined sales of two printings, sold 78,120 copies.[2] Daredevil #105 sold 42,072 copies.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Comics: Daredevil Vol. 2 Comic Books". Comics.ign.com. Retrieved 2011-02-06. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link]
  3. ^ John Jackson Miller. "Comic Book Sales Figures for February 2008". Comichron.com. Retrieved 2011-02-07. 

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