Recommended by Strife

I'm not a big fan of Daredevil, I only discovered him through the beautiful series that Netflix is producing and I've already fallen in love with the story and characters. I loved seeing how this author tried not to use verbs like “see” during the narrations with Matt, since, of course, he doesn't see. His knowledge of the characters is really vast and surprising, you can tell he understands the characters and how they should act. The action scenes are well written and very detailed, you can put the scene together in your head without missing anything, and this is something that must be recognized. Anyway, a short story, I don't have much to say, but if you want something to read on a Sunday afternoon or on a boring day at school or work, I definitely recommend this, I can guarantee that you'll like it.

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Recommended by Matheus HQD

Matheus HQD
It was the first story with a superhero theme that I really became interested in as soon as I laid eyes on it, the idea, although not completely innovative, is compensated by the form and narrative created by the author. The plot has functional mechanics and the characters experience their dramas and difficulties, taking their first steps on the hero's journey, reminiscent of comics, cartoons and films without ceasing to be original. It's one of the few stories that I follow tirelessly and look forward to new chapters. Anyone looking for a good story, with calm but precise writing, and of course, with superheroes, doesn't need to look any further as it meets the requirements.