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Daredevil (Marvel Comics series) - Wikipedia


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First appearance of Daredevil (Matt Murdock); Origin of Daredevil; First appearance of Karen Page; First appearance of Foggy Nelson

First appearance & death of original Torpedo; First appearance new Tornado; First appearance of Blake Tower; First appearance of Heather Glenn

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First appearance of Daredevil (Matt Murdock); Origin of Daredevil; First appearance of Karen Page; First appearance of Foggy Nelson

First appearance & death of original Torpedo; First appearance new Tornado; First appearance of Blake Tower; First appearance of Heather Glenn

Daredevil is the name of several comic book titles featuring the character Daredevil and published by Marvel Comics , beginning with the original Daredevil comic book series which debuted in 1964.

While Daredevil had been home to the work of comic-book artists such as Everett, Kirby, Wally Wood , John Romita Sr. , and Gene Colan , among others, Frank Miller 's influential tenure on the title in the early 1980s cemented the character as a popular and influential part of the Marvel Universe .

Daredevil debuted in Marvel Comics ' Daredevil #1 ( cover date April 1964), [1] created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist Bill Everett , [2] with character design input from Jack Kirby , who devised Daredevil's billy club. [3] When Everett turned in his first-issue pencils extremely late, Marvel production manager Sol Brodsky and Spider-Man co-creator Steve Ditko inked a large variety of different backgrounds, a "lot of backgrounds and secondary figures on the fly and cobbled the cover and the splash page together from Kirby's original concept drawing". [4]

Wally Wood , known for his 1950s EC Comics stories, penciled and inked issues #5–10, introducing Daredevil's modern red costume in issue #7. [5] [6] Issue #7, featuring Daredevil's battle against the Sub-Mariner , has become one of the most iconic and reprinted stories of the series. [7] [8]

Issue #12 began a brief run by Jack Kirby (layouts) and John Romita Sr. The issue marked Romita's return to superhero penciling after a decade of working exclusively as a romance -comic artist for DC. Romita had felt he no longer wanted to pencil, in favor of being solely an inker. He recalled in 1999,

I had inked an Avengers job for Stan, and I told him I just wanted to ink. I felt like I was burned out as a penciller after eight years of romance work. I didn't want to pencil any more; in fact, I couldn't work at home any more – I couldn't discipline myself to do it. He said, 'Okay,' but the first chance he had he shows me this Daredevil story somebody had started and he didn't like it, and he wanted somebody else to do it. [9]


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