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Marvel Masterworks Presents...
DAREDEVIL, the Man Without Fear
Volume Two: Issues 12-21
by Stan Lee, JohnRomita, Sr., & Gene Colan
Hardcover: 224 pages
Marvel Books
ISBN: 0785108041
Great Art and Non-Stop Action

Daredevil, the Man Without Fear, was blessed with some of the finest artists during his early days and this volume from Marvel's Masterworks series of classic reprints puts them on display. This volume boasts the arrival of John Romita, Sr. to Marvel and his realistic portrayals of people and heroes. It also heralds the debut of Gene Colan as series penciler, the beginning of a long, highly regarded run.

The action, from Stan "the Man" Lee, doesn't pause to admire the pretty pictures as Daredevil confronts his nemesis the Owl and the coming of the deadly Gladiator. Daredevil also meets up with Ka-Zar, the former Kevin Plunder, currently lord of the hidden Savage Land. And then there is the first meeting with Spider-Man, and the first glimpse of Romita's interpretation of the wall-crawler.

The Masterworks series recolors the pages, cleans up the reproduction and presents the stories in archival volumes that can proudly withstand the tests of time-just like the stories and characters themselves.

Dimensions (in inches): 0.77 x 10.26 x 7.20
DAREDEVIL: The Man Without Fear
Essential: Volume One
by Stan Lee, Wallace Wood, John Romita, Sr.
& Gene Colan, et al
Paperback: 544 pages
Marvel Books
ISBN: 0785109498
Stan Lee wrote these early issues, and they were some of his best. And the art is the best of its time period. In this collection we get to see pages penciled by the great Jack Kirby, Wally Wood (DD's original artist, and the man who designed the traditional red costume), John Romita Sr., and Gene Colan. These stories are just plain fun and adventure before DD became the intense, brooding and, often times, tragic character he is today.
Dimensions (in inches): 1.01 x 9.60 x 7.26
Gang War
by Frank Miller & Klaus Janson
Paperback: 114 pages
Marvel Books
ISBN: 0871358808
Frank Miller's seminal work on the Daredevil series in the late '70s and early '80s constitutes one of the greatest writer / artist runs in comic book history. The stories stand up today as the perfect marriage of concept, story, and art--Miller really knows when to be fantastic and when to ground the book in gritty reality. This volume comprises a five issue arc (issues 169 - 172 and 180 in the original Daredevil series) that pits DD against the Kingpin and arch-nemesis Bullseye, setting up events and characters that would echo through the title for years.
Marvel's Finest
From the Marvel Knights Collection
by Paul Jenkins, Phil Winslade, & Tom Palmer
Paperback: 96 pages
Marvel Books
ISBN: 0785107924
Dimensions (in inches): 0.27 x 9.98 x 6.66
Visionaries: Frank Miller
Volume Two
by Frank Miller
Marvel Books
ISBN: 0785107711
Daredevil found new life under the pen and pencil of Frank Miller, and his vision of the Man Without Fear is highlighted in this third volume, collecting the complete run. In this collection, Daredevil once more takes on New York City's criminal underworld, angered over the prevalence of drugs in the schools. Along the way, he has to first compete against and then fight the Punisher, who has a deadlier method for dealing with pushers.
Daredevil also finds himself foiling the Kingpin of crime's latest machinations while precariously handling a crumbling relationship with Heather Glenn.

When the dangerous Hand return from Japan, Daredevil needs help but his last ally against them, Elektra, is dead. Coming to his aid is the Black Widow, an old lover, who only further complicates Daredevil's emotions.

by Brian Michael Bendis & Rob Haynes
Paperback: 80 pages
Marvel Books
ISBN: 0785107800
Nothing is more sacred to the Man Without Fear than the staff of his late mentor Stick. So how do you think he'll react when it's stolen? Who would take this seemingly worthless item and why? And to what ends will Matt Murdock go to retrieve it? From the mean streets of New York City's Hell's Kitchen to the neon spires of Tokyo, this breakneck paced story not only touches on story elements from Frank Miller's classic Daredevil run and also brings events full circle to Guardian Devil, the DD saga written by acclaimed filmmaker Kevin Smith!
by Jeph Loeb, Tim Sale, & Matt Hollingsworth
Hardcover: 208 pages
Marvel Books
ISBN: 0785108408
Dimensions (in inches): 0.57 x 11.16 x 7.46
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