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When acclaimed writer-artist Frank Miller began his celebrated run on the Marvel title, Daredevil, no one knew what to expect. They certainly didn’t realize that a seemingly meek Greek college student by the name of Elektra would become one of the most popular and memorable characters in the post-modern, increasingly adult world of comic books.Telling the story of how the

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    Anne

    This was a big steaming pile of buttjuice.

    I get what Miller was trying to do.
    It’s a glimpse into the crazy assassin’s head…
    Enter If You DAAAAARE!

    What. Ever.
    If your main character isn’t going to have even ONE lucid thought, then you need to create some sort of reliable narrator to help the reader wade through her delusional thought process.
    Someone who knows fact from fantasy. Instead, we are given a skeevy S.H.I.E.L.D agent whose mind is under Elektra’s control.
    And I’m still not sure how the f

    I get what Miller was trying to do.
    It’s a glimpse into the crazy assassin’s head…
    Enter If You DAAAAARE!

    What. Ever.
    If your main character isn’t going to have even ONE lucid thought, then you need to create some sort of reliable narrator to help the reader wade through her delusional thought process.
    Someone who knows fact from fantasy. Instead, we are given a skeevy S.H.I.E.L.D agent whose mind is under Elektra’s control.
    And I’m still not sure how the fuck she managed to do that?! But I decided to roll with the psychic ninja shit, because I know very little about Elektra.
    Which is why I was reading this in the first place…for all the good it did me.

    The first few chapters are nothing more than psychotic ramblings from inside Elektra’s mind.
    *I see men with lights…
    The lion is old and sick…
    I drive away in a truck, my hands coated in blood…
    The cat rides with me…
    I laugh…

    The fuck?!
    Except I guess she’s not really there in the jungle anymore. She’s locked up in some facility. Sort of. ‘Cause she gets locked up more than once. But you’re not sure where the hell she is, or even when the hell she is most of the time.
    She’s so whacked out of her mind that nothing makes any sense.

    Ok. Fine. At least we can figure out what’s going on from Garrett (aka the grody agent), right?
    Yeah. No.
    He’s just as freakin’ crazy as she is!
    Most of the time he makes even less sense than Elektra does.
    *Crazy bitch…too many muscles..
    Gonna kill her..
    Oooh, baby…
    I need her…
    Oh, baby, no…
    Oh, baby, yes…

    He’s a fucktard with bad hair. Really bad hair. Swear to God, it takes on a life of it’s own by the end of the book.
    *shudder*

    And the villain? The Beast!
    Wanna know how he gets people to jump on his antichrist bandwagon?
    Wait for it…wait for it…
    He makes them drink sour milk.
    That’s right. Milk.
    Also, Elektra and Garrett can tell when he possesses someone.
    Because they have mad psychic ninja skills?
    Not hardly. Evidently, the devil smells like rotten mayo.
    And thou shalt know the Beast by his scent! And the Beast shall smell like rancid Hellman’s!

    If you loved this. Bully for you! For me it was like trying to watch Pink Floyd’s The Wall…sober. And, yeah. I did that shit on a dare when I was younger. Guess what? Unless you’re baked, it’s just a really stupid-looking cartoon.
    And this is the literary equivalent of that.

    *Those are not quotes, just examples. I’m not opening that book up again. Ever.




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    Checkman

    Oct 18, 2011

    rated it
    it was amazing

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    review of another edition

    Recommends it for:
    Frank Miller fans

    I bought my copy as a birthday gift ,to myself, on my twentieth birthday. It was Friday February 3, 1988. It cost me $12.95 which was a real chunk of change for a college sophmore back then. But I had to buy it. I had discovered Frank Miller the year before with his fantastic series Batman: The Dark Knight Returns as well as his 1983 series Ronin and I was in awe of the man. Basically I was a nerd.

    It took me two readings to figure out what was going on. It’s a surrealistic, action-filled, viole

    It took me two readings to figure out what was going on. It’s a surrealistic, action-filled, violent, satirical, suspenseful, phantasmagoric, science-fiction, martial arts tale with Nick Fury/S.H.I.E.L.D., Ronald Nixon and J.F.K. thrown in for good measure. Did you get all that? No?
    Well then you’re going to have to go and buy a copy for yourself. Oh and contrary to what some might tell you it helps to be stone cold sober when reading it.

    Bill Sienkiewicz’s mind-blowing artwork needs to be appreciated by one when clear headed. Otherwise it’s just the stuff of dreams and drug addled imaginings. Actually it sort of is anyway, but if you’re sober you’ll be able to follow Frank Miller’s story which helps put everything in it’s place.

    By now it should be obvious that this is a graphic novel that I have fond memories of. I bought it in college, when all seemed right with the world. I had a full head of hair, I was thin, I didn’t appreciate money ( meaning I spent it freely without guilt. Very fun.) and approximately three weeks after buying my copy I met my future wife (we’re still together twenty-three years later). So it’s associated with an eventful time in my life. That gives this graphic novel some real muscle. Nostalgia is a potent ingrediant.

    But it does have some problems. Like many stories of this type it tries to be all things to all people. This tends to make the story a bit of a helter-skelter roller coaster ride. It’s fun, but after awhile you’re ready for things to level out – if only for awhile. The artwork is fascinating, but it can detract. Sometimes you find yourself wishing for something a little more mainstream.

    Nevertheless this is both a fun and thought provoking read. Though somewhat dated in 2011 (a large part of the plot revolves around the Cold War and the nuclear arsenals of the two super powers) it’s still a great story. In my opinion one of Mr. Miller’s best works.
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     Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

    Apr 16, 2009

    rated it
    really liked it

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    review of another edition

    Recommends it for:
    fans of ninjas and kickbutt dark heroines

    Was thrilled to see this on the shelf at my library, since I’ve been wanting to read it for a while. Mostly enjoyed it, although there were some unpalatable aspects. A good dose of sex and violence cocktail. I am not a big fan of that combo. You may say a duh to that, since Elektra is a sexy assassin. I think it’s all in the execution.

    Elektra was depicted as a whole lot of crazy in this book. It occurs after her death and is about her resurrection by the Hand. She becomes a killer designated in

    Elektra was depicted as a whole lot of crazy in this book. It occurs after her death and is about her resurrection by the Hand. She becomes a killer designated in service of the Hand, indirectly the Beast (yeah that one). However, she slowly becomes aware of a conspiracy of the Beast to end the world through the use of political puppets and dedicates her exceedingly expert kills in the art of death-bringing to eliminate all involved. She leaves quite a body trail behind her.

    The artwork is innovative and very stylish, with a use of multiple media to convey the visual message of and along with the narrative in this book. Elektra doesn’t speak much. She retains this mystique that adds to her allure. Most of her narrative was thought processes conveyed on the page. Honestly, I found her psychopathic in some ways. I wasn’t quite sure if what she was experiencing wasn’t a psychopathic break, and didn’t get clarity until the end.

    I wasn’t quite in love with the storyline. It was way more political than I would have liked. I think I would have preferred a more intimate storyline. I certainly didn’t like some of the venues and the secondary players in this novel. Wasn’t that in love with Garrett’s character or his ex-partner who turns out to be all kinds of icktastic.

    Would you like this one? It depends. If you like Sin City (by the same writer), then probably. If you find some aspects of Sin City repellent, you might be like me, where I do like some aspects and others not so much. Yes, you know you’re in for violence and lots of it with Elektra. I think I was hoping for something a little different in the execution. However, I can’t give it less than four stars, because it’s quite a work of art overall, the parts that were a turnoff, not withstanding.

    At the end of the day, I am still a big fan of Elektra. A guilty pleasure of mine (since at heart I am not a fan of unnecessary or gratuitous violence). Yes on one level, I know that’s probably wrong of me, but she’s a bad@$$ female Ninja assassin who knows her way around a katana and sais (any edged weapon although her whole body is lethal), and can wreak all kinds of havoc in unimaginable ways. And I have to love her for that!
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