PRE CODE CLASSICS DAREDEVIL COMICS SLIPCASE ED VOL 01

Langue EN
Numéro ISBN 9781803944500
Éditeur PS ARTBOOKS
Scenario Various
Dessin Rico, Don
Numéro 1
Genre Super hero
Poids 448
Brand Code XX
Cover artiest Na
Délai de livraison Précommande
Diamond Code MAY241880
Date limité de precommande 1899-12-31
Date de parution 02-10-2024
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Synopsis: Lev Gleason - DAREDEVIL COMICS VOL 1 - Silver Streak Comics #6 - #17 September 1940 - December 1941 and Daredevil [Battles Hitler] Comics #1 July 1941 Special Notes: Variant Covers If collated need the ratio, /Free or ordering Criteria Daredevil is a fictional superhero created by Jack Binder. In the character's first appearance, his origin was said to have been told to the artist of the story by someone named 'Captain Cook...' The story was that, as a child, Bart Hill was witness to his parents' brutal murder. The murderer also branded Bart with a hot iron, leaving a boomerang-shaped scar on the left side of his chest. This traumatic experience left the boy mute. He trained his entire life in the art of the boomerang, eventually becoming a master boomerang marksman. He then donned a costume and took to the streets as the vigilante crime-fighter known as Daredevil. However... It appears Captain Cook lied, for Bart Hill/Daredevil's second appearance showed him able to speak and it was later revealed that his parents were killed while in Australia, with Bart then raised by a tribe of aborigines who taught him the art of using boomerangs. As an adult, he returned to the U.S. and fought crime as Daredevil. Lev Gleason launched Daredevil's own comic with Daredevil Battles Hitler #1 (July 1941), in which Daredevil and other Silver Streak heroes fought the German chancellor. It was written and partially drawn by Charles Biro, who in his 16-year run would make the character one of the most acclaimed of the Golden Age.