Okay, so here’s the deal. It’s Daredevil day (not sure if that’s official day but I’m going to make it one) and the new season of its Netflix show available so I thought it was only fitting to share my love for Daredevil.
This is actually the first post on this blog. But now reimagined. Here’s the backstory:
My senior year we had one final essay to do for my AP English class. We were to take any type of literature and write an essay about its significance to us. So I did it on my favorite graphic novel “Daredevil: Born Again.” But the catch was this. It wasn’t just an essay. It was to be spoken essay that we would preform for the class.
Three years later this essay still applies. “Daredevil: Born Again” is still one of my favorites and as I reread the words I wrote as a senior prepping for college, I still related to them. I think it may even hold more significance to me now than it did then.
Nonetheless, I’ve decided to do the essay true justice and preform it in its intended form. So without further ado, Dorothy Sedovic performing her spoke
(For the essay only version, check out my older post!)