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  • Daredevil issue 270 is an interesting little story published during Ann Nocenti's marvelous run as writer for Daredevil
  • The story is a team-up issue featuring Daredevil and Spiderman

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      Daredevil issue 270 is an interesting little story published during Ann Nocenti’s marvelous run as writer for Daredevil. John Romita, Jr., penciled the issue. It was published in 1989.

      The story is a team-up issue featuring Daredevil and Spiderman. The team-up is necessary because the adversary is Blackheart, who is the son of Mephisto, one of


      the most powerful demonic forces in the Marvel Universe.

      Blackheart himself is a powerful lesser demon and could have easily wiped the floor with the two heroes but he is very young and confused as to what to do when confronted. Both heroes are given time to shine as they save each other from certain death.

      Spiderman and Daredevil ...


      • are always a great team because of their similarities (both live in New York, neither are overly powerful, both are very agile and fast), but also because of their differences (Daredevil is older and less optimistic, Spiderman loves to joke and lightens the mood). They have teamed dozens of times over the years and usually provide an
        entertaining story.

        I did not like the artwork on Romita’s run as inker on Daredevil. He uses a lot of lines which gives everything an etched look. He draws bodies and proportions realistically, but the way he draws faces and eyes is unrealistic and grainy. I give this issue a 6 out of a 1-10 scale.




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