Marvels Daredevil Movie/Comic Pack! Daredevil Comic #290 Cover Date: Mar '91 Bullseye & Daredevil (Full Screen Edition) Special DVD MovieTwo Disc Set!

Marvels Daredevil Movie/Comic Pack! Daredevil Comic #290 Cover Date: Mar '91 Bullseye & Daredevil (Full Screen Edition) Special DVD MovieTwo Disc Set!

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Marvels Daredevil Movie/Comic Pack! Daredevil Comic #290 Cover Date: Mar '91 Bullseye & Daredevil (Full Screen Edition) Special DVD Movie Two Disc Set!

Previously Viewed Tested & Inspected No Scratches or Smudges.  

Comic Bagged & Boarded Certifiable   

Movie Description (July 29th 2003)

For Daredevil, justice is blind, and for the guilty?there's hell to pay! Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner ignite dangerous sparks and nonstop thrills in this "dazzling action-adventure" (The Film Journal) about the newest breed of superhero. By day, blind attorney Matt Murdock (Affleck) toils for justice in Hell's Kitchen. By night, he's Daredevil, The Man Without Fear - a powerful, masked vigilante stalking the dark streets with an uncanny "radar sense" that allows him to "see" with superhuman capabilities. But when the love of his life, fiery Elektra Natchios (Garner), is targeted by New York City's ruthless Kingpin of crime (Michael Clarke Duncan) and his deadly assassin Bullseye (Colin Farrell), Daredevil may be about to meet his match.

Additional Features

The Daredevil two-DVD set has plenty to please both film and comic fans. The best feature is an hour long collection of interviews of people who worked on the comic book, from Stan Lee to Frank Miller to Kevin Smith. (Yes, sharp-eyed fans: the Elektra-Bullseye showdown was closely based on Daredevil #181.) On the film side, director-screenwriter Mark Steven Johnson and producer Gary Foster's commentary track provides background info and some fawning over Jennifer Garner, a text commentary provides more trivia and inside jokes, and an enhanced viewing mode offers production-design featurettes. Most prominently among a bunch of other features, another hour long documentary goes behind the shooting of the film, and Garner tries to keep a straight face during her screen test. (She got the job.) --David Horiuchi