Mulas, Alessandra: "All’ombra di Marlowe. Aspetti titanici nel Daredevil di Frank Miller." In: Fictions 9 (2010), S. 99–120.
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Keywords: "Daredevil", Chandler. Raymond, Character, Intertextuality, Literature, Miller. Frank, Superhero, USA
The series of comic books that Frank Miller has devoted to the character of Daredevil presents a vast array of intertextual references. Daredevil’s characterization is based on Romantic and hard-boiled models, which inform representation both at the narrative and at the graphic level. By combining these models, Miller adds depth and nuances to the figure of Daredevil. Mobilizing a vast array of plot structures and emotional overtones, Miller’s Daredevil escapes conventional comic-book stylizations, establishing ties with the literary imaginary.
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