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Home Portfolio Daredevil Echo: Vision Quest Trade Paperback and Hardcover


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Hardcover
Daredevil - Echo: Vision Quest Trade Paperback and Hardcover
Credit: Writer, cover & interior artist
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Release Dates:
Trade Paperback - March 17, 2004
Hardcover - September 29, 2010
Prices:
Trade Paperback - $13.99
Hardcover - $19.99
Previews Product Codes:
Trade Paperback - JAN041608
Hardcover - JUL100679
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January 2004
Maya Lopez - a.k.a. Echo - a deaf young woman capable of assimilating an individual's fighting style by sight and who nearly took down Daredevil - makes her return. Her entire life was once defined by her belief that DAREDEVIL killed her father and that the KINGPIN could help her achieve justice. Now, with her perceptions completely altered, can she make sense of the world? Echo embarks on a Native American vision quest to pick up the pieces of her shattered life. Collects DAREDEVIL #51-55
120 PGS./MARVEL PSR
UPC: 5960611232-00111

July 2010
Written by DAVID MACK
Penciled by DAVID MACK
Cover by DAVID MACK
Maya Lopez, dubbed Echo by the press, is a young deaf woman capable of replicating any action she sees ó including an individualís fighting style. She once nearly took down Daredevil, believing him to be the one who killed her father. After learning that it was actually Wilson Fisk, her legal guardian, who was responsible, she shot him and left New York in an attempt to discover herself. Now, with her perceptions completely altered, can she make sense of the world? Echo embarks on a Native American vision quest to pick up the pieces of her shattered life. Written and illustrated by acclaimed Kabuki creator David Mack. Combining innovative storytelling, painting techniques and page design, Mack has won nearly every major comic-industry award, including the prestigious Eisner Award for Best Painter, and garnered praise from such luminaries as Jim Steranko and The Washington Times. Collecting DAREDEVIL #51-55.
128 Pages
Rated T+
ISBN: 978-0-7851-4521-9
Trim size: Standard

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