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Essential Daredevil Vo. by Stan Lee (Author), Wally Wood (Illustrator), John Romita (Illustrator), Gene Colan (Illustrator) & 1 more.
Essential Daredevil - Volume 1: Reissue Paperback – May 9, 2012. by. Stan Lee (Author). After reading Essential Daredevil Volume 1, I found that my feelings haven't changed that much. For those unfamiliar with Daredevil, he is actually Matt Murdock, a well-respected lawyer. The twist is that Murdock is blind, the result of an accident involving radioactive material. The bottom line is: if you're a fan of Daredevil, especially in his early days (60s thru the early 70s) this book is a must-have for your collection.
A Stan Lee Gene Colan Epic Extravaganza! Inked By: Frank Giacoia.
Fantastic Four Amazing Fantasy (Spider-Man's First Appearance). Tales of Suspense (Iron Man's First Appearance). Avengers Incredible Hulk (Wolverine's First Appearance). Lettered By: Art Simek.
Essential Daredevil, Vol. 1 book. There's some good art in here from Gene Colan, John Romita Sr (with some obvious Jack Kirby layouts to start with), and Wally Wood. Stan Lee is not at his best. This is one of his more painful love triangles. A collection of Daredevil's first run by Stan Lee ( - It's pretty kitschy with Lee's prose undeniably clunky and heavy-handed. Having every character explain the hows and whys of what they're doing is far from realistic. It reads like Adam West as Batman talks basically. In spite of that, there's some great ideas.
Author Stan Lee. Illustrator Wallace Wood, John Romita, Gene Colan. Unknown - Please report. Essential Daredevil, Vol. 1 (Marvel Essentials) (v. 1). Publisher. : Daredevil By (author) Stan Lee, Illustrated by Wally Wood, Illustrated by John Romita, Illustrated by Gene Colan. Long before his days as the urban protector of gritty Hell's Kitchen, Daredevil was known as The Man Without Fear. A childhood accident robbed Matt Murdock of his sight - but in exchange, blessed him with an extraordinary radar sense. Donning a colourful costume, Matt used this powerful gift to fight an ingenious array of supervillains that puts even Spider-Man's rogues' gallery to shame! show more.
Collects Daredevil (1964-1998 1st Series) . Written by Stan Lee. Art by Wally Wood, Gene Colan, John Romita, S. and Bob Hall. Published Apr 2004 by Marvel the Stilt-Man?
Volume 1 reprints Daredevil of the first series, by Stan Lee, Bill Everett, Joe Orlando, Wally Wood, John Romita, Jack Kirby, Gene Colan and many others! Volume 2, out in 2004, reprints Daredevil
Volume 1 reprints Daredevil of the first series, by Stan Lee, Bill Everett, Joe Orlando, Wally Wood, John Romita, Jack Kirby, Gene Colan and many others! Volume 2, out in 2004, reprints Daredevil Annual and Fantastic Four by Stan Lee and Gene Colan! Vo. reprints V1 Iron Man Vo. reprints V1 Avengers Vo. reprints V1 Marvel Two-In-One #3.
3 Essential Daredevil. 2001): story by Stan Lee and Kevin Hall, art by Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. Daredevil: Yellow (Aug. 2001 – Jan. Artist John Romita J. who illustrated Daredevil stories under writers such as Ann Nocenti and Frank Miller, signing a copy of issue 254 of the series (Vol 1) at Midtown Comics in Manhattan. Daredevil (April 1964 – Oct. 1998). 1994) by Frank Miller and John Romita, Jr. Daredevil (17-page comic published within Wizard Aug. 1999).
Writer Stan Lee and artists Bill Everett, Joe Orlando, Wallace Wood, John Romita Sr. and Gene Colan lay the . He becomes Daredevil, a gritty hero born from murder but tempered with the desire to protect the downtrodden. and Gene Colan lay the foundation of Marvel's Man Without Fear, including the first appearances of core characters Foggy Nelson and Karen Page - and classic villains like the Owl, the Purple Man, Stilt-Man and the Gladiator! Collecting DAREDEVIL (1964) Born to a past-his-prime prizefighter, Matt Murdock's luck always ran a step behind his good intentions.