Classic Marvel Comics superhero from April 1964. Stan Lee and original artist Bill Everett did the first issue, with Jack Kirby playing a part (the importance of which is disputed.)
An earlier character named Daredevil appeared in Lev Gleason Publications' Silver Streak #6 (Sept. 1940) by Joe Binder. Artist/writer/editor Jack Cole took over the character for the next issue of SIlver Streak, this time battling super villain Claw. Daredevil eventually teamed with a kids gang called The Little Wise Guys, and they eclipsed Daredevil in popularity, making the title character a side-feature in his own book.
Frank Miller's run on Daredevil rejuvenated the character in the 1980s for Marvel Comics, creating media momentum that culminated in the Ben Affleck film which came out in 2003 (to mixed reviews).
Charlie Cox - Daredevil TV Series
Art by Kent Williams
New Bill Sienkiewicz cover Daredevil #6
Art by Alex Maleev
Look It's Red Batman
Art by Alex Maleev
Art by David Mack
Daredevil #90 art by Lee Bermejo
Daredevil #26 (2011)
Daredevil by John Romita JR
Daredevil 181 cover by John Romita Jr, June 1990.
More Daredevil, 1990
- Daredevil #282 - John Romita Jr.
- Daredevil #283 - Mark Bagley
- Daredevil #284 - Lee Weeks
- Daredevil #285 - Lee Weeks
Art by Ryan Meinerding
Daredevil & Black Widow, 1973
Rich Buckler / John Romita cover art. Daredevil #106, Dec 1973.
More Gil Kane
Daredevil #16 variant by Alex Maleev
The gist: A man blinded by toxic waste which also enhanced his remaining senses fights crime as an acrobatic martial arts superhero.
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