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Quint goes down on DAREDEVIL!

Hey folks, Harry here... My DAREDEVIL piece will be coming in the morning. Till then, here's Quint with his mouth full of Daredevil goodness...

Ahoy squirts. Quint here with a quick opinion on DAREDEVIL.  

In short, the movie totally met my incredibly high expectations. I've been one of the supporters of film for quite a while. I saw early production sketches what seems like an eternity ago and last summer I saw a few short clips of the film at the always badass San Diego Comic Con. The clips centered on personal touches, little character ticks from Matt Murdock. I wasn't expecting that.  

So I finally saw the movie a few hours ago. Short and sweet: go see it. It's not the best film ever made, but it's got it where it counts.  

I have a few minor problems with the film, just a few small things that kept me from enjoying it 100%. First and foremost is the score. Why, why, why can't I have a good Marvel superhero score? SUPERMAN has one. BATMAN has one. Hell, even ROBOCOP has a great superhero score, but SPIDER-MAN's score sucked. X-MEN's score sucked. DAREDEVIL has a few moments of cool music, but they are just that. Moments. Nothing memorable. I'm sure Graeme Revell is a nice guy, but he very rarely puts out a memorable score. Here's hoping John Ottman's score on X2 kicks a whole lotta ass.  

Another problems I have involve the fight scenes. They're a little too quickly cut for my tastes and some of the wire work is done very poorly to the point where it drew me out of the scene. The fight sequences are all inventive and very comic booky, which is a good thing, but the shots are just too quick. We become so disoriented during some of the fights that you can't tell what's really going on. Some confusion was meant, I'm sure, but it's a little too much.  

That having been said, those above negatives are the only things I had any sort of problems with. The reveal of DAREDEVIL'S sonar sense is perfectly handled and set up. Note perfect. The execution of such scenes in the film is handled with a delicate touch, not over using his POV, yet not under using it either.  

Affleck pulls off the superhero thing pretty well. There are a few touchy moments where he hams a bit, but on the whole he does a bang-up job. Michael Clarke Duncan makes a mean Kingpin. He has a very demanding presence that's perfect for the role. His fight scene is badass, but a little short and anti-climactic. David Keith is great for the short time he has in the film playing DAREDEVIL'S dad, Jack Murdock. It's good to see him away from the direct-to-video drudge he's been doing lately. Joey Pants is also very cool and has very little to do, but makes the most of what he's given. Jennifer Garner as Elektra kicked a lot of ass. She's very pretty and damn mean with those Psi's.  

The two standouts, though, were Colin Farrell as Bullseye, a great crazy, weirdo villain from the comics and Jon Favreau as Matt Murdock's legal partner, Foggy Nelson. Farrell knows he can play Bullseye over the top and does so with much glee. There's a madness about him in the film. It's not hard to believe he's a nutjob, that's for sure. Favreau brings all the best comedy to the film. His exchanges with Affleck are priceless and the heart of the movie. If Favs wasn't at the top of his game in this, the movie would have collapsed in on itself, being all flash and no substance, but with an air of effortless comradery, he doesn't fail us.  

Mark Steven Johnson's a talented guy. He directed some segments so true to form that there are literally scenes that seem to jump straight out of the comic book. I commend him for his work here, just wish he had staged longer takes for the fight scenes!  

Before I go, I have to talk about the X2 trailer. It's geekasm, pants wetting good. The little Comic-Con trailer that came out a few months ago was damn good. This trailer is perfect. We hear Alan Cummings' Nightcrawler accent (dead on), see him kick ass, teleporting all over the damned place... We get glimpses of Colossus, Kitty Pride, Pyro, all the main X-team... This trailer is magic. I want to see the movie NOW. Oh, and wait 'til you see what Wolverine does at the end of the trailer... you won't believe it. That cold hearted bastard...  

Anyway,I think that's it from me. I'm sure you folks will be buried in DAREDEVIL reviews in no time at all... I'll be back with some interview, reviews and even some top secret spy stuff. By the way, I'm going to be relocating to LA for 10 days. I'll be there from the 18th thru the 28th of this month. My email address is below. Email me if you want to hang out or say hi. 'Til then, this is Quint bidding you all a fond farewell and adieu.  


email: Email me here or I'll smack you upside the head with my billy club!!! Well, that's what Auntie calls it!

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  • Feb. 12, 2003, 5:28 p.m. CST


    by pomeroy

    I'll talk back. Uh...I win? First? Or something?

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 5:28 p.m. CST

    So every review i've read has been positive but one

    by Gutter-Glitter

    and that reviewer stunk of being negative just to be different.I'm so there on friday.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 5:29 p.m. CST


    by Clara Bow

    All right, nobody yell at me! Why am I first?

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 5:36 p.m. CST

    sais not psis

    by jinX

    Dont dwell on it just move on

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 5:40 p.m. CST

    They're "sais"

    by Motutoo

    Not "psi's"- You must be thinking X-Men.... anyway, I'm pumped to see this movie and the X2 trailer...

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 5:43 p.m. CST

    Not every review is so positive, for critic reviews, go here...

    by Fish Tank I might wait a while. Or go just to see the X2 trailer.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 5:50 p.m. CST

    That was a very good review...

    by KONG33

    I can't of anything you missed. Shame about the score.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 5:59 p.m. CST

    where is this trailer, someone put the link on NOW!


    i think its about time we see this, can someone tell me just when this x-2 trailer will appear online

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 6:01 p.m. CST

    Graeme Revell has never done a memorable score? How about "The

    by Elgyn6655321

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 6:02 p.m. CST

    Movie Music

    by TheForeverMan

    "Theme" music, I think, would be wrong for a character like DareDevil. Music for atmosphere and dramatic accentuation would be best. I'm thinking maybe something dark (no, not because DD's blind), something gritty to go along with the subject-matter--maybe if someone like Trent Reznor had composed the score. I think the biggest mistake in relation to music for this film is the insertion of "pop" songs over various scenes. Maybe its just me, but I find that many movies would be even more suspenseful/dramatic/scary if music was actually left out of certain scenes altogether, because the music inserted just makes the mood too light or too predictable, or too distracting from the action on the screen. I've often wondered what it might be like to see "The Omega Man" (Heston version) with different or no music. Guess someone has to make money off a soundtrack though...

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 6:02 p.m. CST

    That was the lighter side.

    by RedFive

    Now having seen the movie afew days ago,ill just say this.This movie is not the punisher with lungren but its not even in the same field as the x-men and spiderman.Foggy and elektra are the only good things about the film but the film lacks any magic that the comics have. My expectation werent high given the fact i hate the costumes and affleck playing DD and MCD as the kingpin. But i hated the look of the x-men and hally berry as storm and still think angela bassett would have been a better choice. But i ended up loving the x-men and dont mind berry as storm cause the movie captures the magic of the x-men.DD does NOT.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 6:15 p.m. CST

    This movie won't be as good as TTT, but it'll be better than AOT

    by Orange Bat

    Of course, it's kinda hard to be better than TTT since it is the greatest movie EVER! And AOTC really sucks. I mean it REEEEEEEEEEEAALLy sucks. Nowhere near as good as TTT. If TTT were a man, like myself, I would be tempted to go down on TTT like I was bobbing for apples. GET DAT apple!! By the way, can anybody tell me if Christopher Walken has ever won an Oscar before?

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 6:17 p.m. CST

    You could bury Affleck up to his neck in sand on Easter Island a

    by Radagast T Brown

    Big ol' noggin on that boy.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 6:18 p.m. CST

    Affleck was the bomb in Phatoms, yo!

    by Eat_Your_Peas

    Well, he was.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 6:30 p.m. CST

    They don't write "campy" scores like Batman and Robocop anymore

    by Moriarity Report

    Even the new Star Wars films had hardly any memorable new themes compared to the original, AOTC's score was the worst yet. Spider-man was awful, X-men just had a few good cues, HULK will be awful, Lord of the Rings is just average (how many times can they repeat that one main theme without ever changing it much?). In the 80's every movie had very melodic and vibrant themes. So did the 70's to a lesser extent. Those were the times. To us, superhero and space movies should have themes like Superman and Star Wars did. Frankly, I still prefer "cheesy", melodic 80's pop music to anything today or in the 90's. But times have changed, film scores are no different. Revell could have written an amazing score, just as we all know Elfman could have done an amazing score for Spidey like he did for the first two Batmans. But people aren't writing those style scores anymore, so it's hard to level this as a heavy criticism of the film itself. Most 80's sci fi/adventure films are probably considered campier in tone then what most people expect today. Same goes for the score I guess. But I would still bet on getting a big theme for Superman, I don't see how they can go too far away from all the other famous Supes themes from past incarnations.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 6:44 p.m. CST

    No cool Marvel superhero themes?!?!?!

    by digitalalkemist

    I'll agree with you that the X-men theme and the Spidey theme were both weaker than stephen hawking in a no holds barred cage match. But I also happen to remember that the Blade theme was pretty darn good. At least it was memorable and iconic to some extent. As a matter of fact the soundtracks to both Blade films were some of their strongest parts.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 6:54 p.m. CST


    by talbuckin

    the guy is bad, and if a movie has in it on board you bet your ass the movie is crap. And the X-men score is pretty good. Kamen is much better than Revell. And it definitely NOT sucked. Spiderman had a cuple of interesting themes but the rest was not so good.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 6:57 p.m. CST



    I saw DD last night and now that it's had some time to sink in,I'd have to say that I like it even more now.I pretty much agree with Quint on all points.One thing he failed to mention was how stiff Affleck is in his leathers-most notably,when he's TRYING to run.Oh,well-no biggie.But for fuck's sake,I can't express how much I hated the music.Not Revel's score,but the pop songs.It yanked my ass out of the moment every time.Maybe the DVD will have an alternate audio track w/out this annoying shit. Bullseye ruled!What he did on the plane almost made me piss myself.PERFECT!-Later,Haters.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 6:57 p.m. CST

    new superman theme

    by digitalalkemist

    Mark my words if a new superman movie EVER gets made the theme WILL be a piece of rat infested dog carcas. With genius like Clive Davis and the dark lord Jack Valenti steering the entertainment industry from on high, you can bet that Superman's new theme will probably try and hit all the major demographics (and fail miserably). They'll just fall back on this inferior equation "Super Theme + Superstars = Super Sales" So steel yourselves for a Superman theme that will more than likely be patriotically crooned by Justin Timberlake and Shania Twain with guest spots by Eminem and Santana (oh maybe they can throw in wyclef to get that urban demo too).

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 7:05 p.m. CST

    What the Fuck is TTT ?


    ...and yes-the X2 trailer was balls!It will be even better than the first.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 7:08 p.m. CST

    I actually enjoyed Elfman's Spidey score. It's got nothing on hi

    by a goonie

    Parts of it reminded me of Elliot Goldenthal's scores for the two Schumacher Bat-flicks. Goldenthal's scores aren't great musical works, but they do have a strong sense of childish comic book-inspired wonder. They're over the top. They're HEROIC. Elfman's Spidey score shared that same sense of excitement. And it worked well in the brightly-coloured and childhood-inspired world that Raimi created for his superhero tale. But certainly, it has nothing on Elfman's other superhero score and William's Supes score, which are flat-out brilliant. And I must agree with Quint that Michael Kamen's X-Men score sucked ass. Pathetically uninspired, the music was instantly forgettable.

  • Sorry but IMO this movie will TROAHT

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 7:44 p.m. CST

    Another positive review. So far it's been 5-2 on all these sites

    by screenplaywriter

    I'm going to this no matter what. My g/f said she'd tag along even though she doesn't no much about "Daredevil" as I do, but she said she'll do just to be with me which is a + But anywho...The "X2" trailer sounds good, but are they going to show a glimpse of Gambit, or did they cut him out of the film until the next one? I just want to know if they show him, or not cuz I want to see him chuck some flaming cars at S.W.A.T guys, or Stryker's army guys, or whoever.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 7:53 p.m. CST

    T Elgyn the Crow score was more or less a quick photocopy of Pet

    by Cassius the Evil

    Seriously, some (though not all) tracks from Crow are creepily identical to the ones from Passion (LT's pop release), so I'm pretty sure it's one of those deals where a composer comes in at the last minute, sees the film with a temporary score in place, and gets told to rewrite the thing. He's done some good work though, even if IMDB reveals that he pretty much never gets a break from doing crap movie. Try Siege or Red Planet; they've got their moments.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 7:58 p.m. CST

    It sounds like Quint didn't like this film but is afraid to say

    by Doc_McCoy

    My opinion aside (I thought almost every aspect of this movie was terrible -- besides Jennifer Garner's performance and the shots that show us Murdoch's POV -- don't get your hopes up if you think it will be any better than the awful trailers make it seem), in reading this review it sounds a whole lot like Quint didn't like the film very much but is afraid he's going to hurt somebody's feelings that was involved with the film if he tells the truth. Maybe I'm wrong, but the negative aspects of the review sound like they outweigh the good, though Quint insists that he left with a positive feeling.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 7:59 p.m. CST

    Batman Scores: Good v. Bad

    by Jervis Tetch

    Old sour grapes by now, but I always thought that the Eliot Goldenthal "Batman" theme that replaced the Elfman theme once Burton was out and Schumacher was in, was pretty bad. Elfman had given "Batman" some Bernard Herrmann-like oomph and Gothic excitement. Goldenthal's was this big clanging, screeching music that "fit" Schmacher's visually noisy "new Batman movies." Course, nobody could beat Neal Hefti's TV score: da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da-da--BATMAN! Elfman's Spidey score was ok but took a few listens to kick in.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 8:30 p.m. CST


    by Vincent Gecko

    The Two Towers (LotR)

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 8:33 p.m. CST


    by Vincent Gecko

    The Two Towers (LotR)

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 8:37 p.m. CST

    I'm Really Confident About This Flick...

    by askewviewer1288

    I don't wanna sound like the fanboy I am, but I really want DD to do well. Except for the 3 "Big-Runs"(Miller, Smith, and Bendis), DD has always been at the bottom of the pack of heroes. With such a great character that Lee created, it's a shame that it's been that way. Let's all hope that it does as well as that god-awful flop AOTC, but I doubt it will beat TTT, in terms of quality and seats-filled. Excelsior!!

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 8:53 p.m. CST

    "Goes down on Daredevil......mouth full of Daredevil goodness"!?

    by Seb Dookie

    jesus fucking christ you sick bastard. you have crossed the line.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 9:01 p.m. CST

    i agree with Don McCoy.... this is supposed to be a good review?

    by jackburtonlives

    let me get this straight: the fight scenes are unwatchable blurs and filled with chaotic jump cuts, the wire work is substandard, the music is crap and one talkbacker said affleck obviously can't run in his spandex red suit.******BUT ALL IN ALL IT'S A GOOD FILM????? say what? maybe quint is afraid (or not allowed) to disagree with harry and moriarty (?). i think quint is sending out a very clear message...

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 9:55 p.m. CST

    Saw the movie! It was amazing! SPOILERS! SID

    by Sid Kibbitz

    The directors have decided to go an all new approach to this one, using such successful formulas we have seen in BAT-MAN AND ROBIN and PLANET OF THE APES! Throwing out the comic book adaptation and still do things in a refreshing unoriginal style that keeps you guessing. You are kept on the edge of your seats wondering if you

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 10:06 p.m. CST

    by eo766

    christopher walken won an oscar for Best Supporting actor in 1978 for the deer hunter

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 10:31 p.m. CST

    Are you sure Christopher Walken won an Oscar?

    by Orange Bat

    I don't even remember him in Deer Hunter, and I've seen it about 1,000 times!

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 11:11 p.m. CST

    Saw it in Pasadena

    by Johnny Storm

    I loved it, even more than Quint. Although I do agree with him regarding the music. Too many songs when score would do.

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 11:46 p.m. CST


    by anus hole

    is kevin smith in this flick or not cause i believe he was supposed to be...

  • Feb. 12, 2003, 11:47 p.m. CST

    So, basically, what you're saying is...

    by PoopsMcGee'll either love "Daredevil" or you won't, based on your comic geekiness. That's what I'm picking up anyways.*-*-*-* I really want this film to do well, but everything I've seen just looks so...underwhelming. And I can totally understand that from a general-public perspective. It's being pushed like a "Spider-Man" movie, when it's probably more of a "Crow" movie. I expect "Ben-devil" to open fairly big on opening weekend, but drop sharply the week after, much like a lot of other films released this time of year.*-*-*-* It'll be interesting to see what the HeadGeek thinks of this movie. As long as it's not in the form of a Penthouse Forum letter, I'll check it out. Until next time, remember, kids: A critic is somebody who knows the way, but can't drive the car. Later, Poops

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 12:19 a.m. CST


    by Zombie Siskel

    Hey folks, Zombie Siskel here. One of our double agents on The Facer revealed what he say is the plot to our own beloved Drew McWeeny's MORTAL KOMBAT 3 script. I qoute "Sub Zero and his twin brother Donald...uh...Zero, are trying to write an adaption of MORTAL KOMBAT. Hilarity and mind-bending realities ensue." COOL!! But wo's gonna play Sub/Donald Zero?? I suggest tha god of actors, Udo Kier. Or Steve Guttenberg. Or Hulk Hogan. Or Bruv=ce Campbell. Can anyone confirm this?? Nice job, man.

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 12:43 a.m. CST

    Movie themes

    by Shades501

    In my opinion as a few other have said, movie themes and scores do evolve over time, the great themes of yesterday are no longer made because they would be deemed to campy. And while we as move devotes may not like this new scores, the big wigs in LA or where ever put recognizable songs to movies to help appeal to a larger base group. Its called marketing. And while marketting has killed alot of things, like almost all sequels, some small quirks in james bond, it in a way adds a new dimension to movies. Granted i hate hearing britney spears with my aistin powers and some rehash toy group singing DD theme, its a change, for better or for worse, u decide. I personally would rather have heard an old "campy theme" but then again im a devotee.

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 3:05 a.m. CST

    Hey, there's a spoiler in this post so so beware

    by Distracted...

    I'm a huge fan of the comic and it really ticks me off that...SPOILER ALERT... DD murders somebody. That's incredibly out-of-character. The next time that they make a DD movie, I hope that they have DD in it. :( Oh well, I hope the movie doesn't suck.

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 3:29 a.m. CST

    screw this film

    by EliCash

    I dont care what the "reviewers" from this site say...I know better than to listen to them. If I did then I would have seen xXx 7 times in the theater. I refused to see it. I hate Affleck. ugh.

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 3:53 a.m. CST

    still not convinced affleck can do action

    by mooncake

    maybe it's just me but i think ben affleck looks like a sissyboy when he does action!

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 4:08 a.m. CST

    Some questions...

    by Caine

    POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD Like many out there - I was able to download the short films that were snippets of the movie. My questions are specifically related to where Matt Murdock lives (the clip was called "DareDevil's Lair" I believe). I can believe that 3 combination door lock - he knows where the dials are based on touch and can hear the tumblers in the lock. I will believe that he has a decent-sized loft in Hell's Kitchen. In the comic book he had (at one time) a brownstone with lots of space - and he is a lawyer. No matter WHO he works for, unless he is doing lots of pro bono (free) work - he is making decent money. The bed, the billy club, and the costumes are time and labor intensive. You just do not get that kind of stuff out of the yellow pages, it all has to be custom made. He isn't Batman with a near-unlimited bank account, and a fully equiped machine shop. And while that bed of his is quite clever, wouldn't it have made more sense to soundproof his home, and been a lot cheaper? Does this mean that tuning out all of the static is force of will for him? Maybe its nit-picking, but every movie has its own universe and rules of logic. When the movie deviates from its own logic, or there are gaps in the fantasy world, it takes me out of the movie. I lose my disbelief is no longer suspended.

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 5:17 a.m. CST


    by DannyOcean01


  • Feb. 13, 2003, 6:48 a.m. CST

    Revell and Kamen are your Gods.

    by Stokowski

    Everyone was/is bitching about the X-MEN score K-men did, but it was quite good actually. It didn't really had a shitload of themes, but it sounded real great AND loud(a good thing for a comicbook flick, as everything in them is over the top anyway). And who can forget the emotional impact of the score during the 'hug of life' Jackman and Paquin shared at the top of the Statue of Liberty. Kamen will always be the man! Without him, we would not have got these soundtrackian baby's: BRAZIL/LETHAL WEAPON 1234/ROAD HOUSE/DIE HARD 123/EVENT HORIZON(mofo kickass)/THE LAST ACTION HERO/SHANGHAI SURPRISE/THE LAST BOY SCOUT/FREQUENCY and ADVENTURES IN F#CKING BABYSITTING!! Bow down you whores! Also, the mighty Greame Revell scored ESCAPE FROM ABSOLOM. A fantastic score, which kept Liotta on his toes throughout the underrated classic that is also known as NO ESCAPE. Loved the videogame of it too, as I always wanted to see how Liotta behaved in sprites on the snes. It was quite unreal :)

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 6:51 a.m. CST

    Right on, Wicker Joe

    by Silvio Dante

    Nocenti/JRjr run was classic and underrated IMO. Thoughtful and thought provoking stuff. Bob Gale has had some good stories too...

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 10:10 a.m. CST

    as i was saying

    by Hud

    far off in the jungle deep/the plant stirs from its dreamless sleep.

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 11:22 a.m. CST

    One of the best superhero scores...

    by PoopsMcGee

    ...was James Newton Howard's score for "Unbreakable." Dah-dahhhhh-duhduhDAHHHH...DAHDAHDAH-DAHDAH...and repeat.

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 11:35 a.m. CST


    by zer0cool2k2

    ...somebody would actually plunk down their hard-earned dollars to see the X2 trailer, and then just get up and walk out without seeing Daredevil essentially for free (they paid for the trailer, remember). Wow, what a true comic fan! but I guess if multiple posters tell you it's Going to suck (as opposed to decent reviews from people who've actually seen it), then there's no point in actually forming your own opinion. These cyber-Johnny Smith's have already told you it will suck. And by the way, Iman would have been the perfect Storm, and I say give Charlize Theron or Naomi Watts a dark haircolor and there's your Lois. (unless you're gonna' cast Clark Kelso Kutcher, then you might as well get what's her name to play Lois "Jackie Lane. Hell, then you might as well get the whole cast, Donna as Lana Lang, Red as Lex Luthor, Eric as Jimmy Olsen, and Fez as Bizarro-Superman. Hyde can be the head of the Giant Spider that Supes fights in the third act). And yes, I saw Kevin Smith in a DD commercial last night.

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 12:42 p.m. CST

    Screw DareDevill, I Want X-Men 2. Right NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    by NickFoley

    Arghh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wolverine Cyclops Storm Jean Prof. X Rouge Iceman Nightcrawler Pyro Will all kick you ass. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 1:19 p.m. CST

    Nick Foley, you'


  • Feb. 13, 2003, 1:20 p.m. CST

    Nick Foley, you're a fucking asshole.


    Use a spacebar, limpdick.

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 4:29 p.m. CST

    Ann Nocenti

    by Cerebud

    She's coming back to comics. Go to to read an interview with her. Her DD runs WAS seriously underrated, and I've been reading from a lot of people who agree with me. One of my favorite all time comics was the one where there was some huge X-Men crossover, and the entire city was plunged into darkness. They thought it was the end of the world, and DD had to try to maintain justice and order. Really cool comic, and it was double sized too, I think.

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 4:36 p.m. CST

    Big Fucking Yawn........

    by Doc Cock

    A light bulb has come on and I have come to the conclusion that if it doesn't involve CGI or a comic book/graphic novel character/s you dreary lot are not fecking interested, look at all the other topics on this web page, some have only about 10 posts.......but god almighty if it's about which dysfunctional dumb ass leather clad joyboy superhero is the best then your crawling all over each to get your tuppence worth of drivel printed on the least 90% of the comments I read are absolutley crap.......and I mean laxative level crap..... sorry but that's what I think......rather than "choking your chicken" every night over these comic book characters, get out more, take up a wee hobby, but don't and I mean don't rip your knitting over these films......because like buses another one will be along in a minute.........And I fecking guarantee you when it does it will be just as bad as the last one, and you'll all be sitting at your keyboards typing...."this actor is crap","that costume ain't right", he's a wank director", "its not like the book"...............just get a fecking grip.......arrgh......just get a grip alright! Ta Ta.

  • Feb. 13, 2003, 9:58 p.m. CST

    Well NickFoley...

    by Noisybast

    I'll bet your momma's real proud o' you. Fucking moron.

  • Feb. 16, 2003, 2:58 a.m. CST

    Don't Understand

    by Simi Valley Tom

    Don't understand the complaints about the fight scenes, wire work and FX on DAREDEVIL. They were all fine, and, except for fight the scene in the bar in the beginning, I could tell what was going on pretty well throughout.