MIGHTY MARVEL MASTERWORKS: DAREDEVIL VOL. 3 - UNMASKED

Author Stan Lee
Illustrated by Gene Colan
Cover Design or Artwork by Leonardo Romero
Paperback
$15.99 US
0"W x 0"H x 0"D   | 13 oz | 36 per carton
On sale Apr 30, 2024 | 240 Pages | 9781302954284
Age 10-14 years
FOC Feb 19, 2024 | Catalog January 2024
The Man Without Fear's next Mighty Marvel Masterworks is barreling your way with action-packed art by "Gentleman" Gene Colan and sensational stories by Stan "The Man" Lee! And let me tell you, True Believer, these two pull no punches! In these classic tales, Daredevil goes toe-to-toe with the Tri-Man and Gladiator, laughs it up at Leap-Frog, and sticks it to Stilt-Man - before marching through a marathon of the Masked Marauder, Mister Hyde and Cobra! And if all that's not enough for you, we have guest appearances from Spider-Man, Thor and Ka-Zar! And don't forget Matt Murdock's twin brother, Mike Murdock. Wait, what? Twin brother?! Collecting DAREDEVIL (1964) #22-32.
Writer/editor Stan Lee (1922-2018) made comic-book history together with Jack Kirby in 1961 with Fantastic Four #1. The monumental popularity of its new style inspired Lee to develop similarly themed characters — including the Hulk and X-Men with Kirby, Spider-Man and Doctor Strange with Steve Ditko, and Daredevil with Bill Everett. After shepherding his creations through dozens of issues — in some cases a hundred or more — Lee allowed other writers to take over, but he maintained steady editorial control. Eventually, he helped expand Marvel into a multimedia empire. In recent years, his frequent cameo appearances in Marvel’s films established Lee as one of the world’s most famous faces.

The unique, shadowy style of Gene Colan (1926-2011) most memorably appeared in long stints on Captain America and Daredevil, and all 70 issues of Tomb of Dracula — among the dozens of other Marvel titles he has drawn. His DC work on Detective Comics and Night Force is equally well remembered. During the Golden Age, he drew multiple war stories for Marvel and DC alike. Colan has earned several Eagle Awards and had professional art showings in New York City. His work on Ed Brubaker’s Captain America at the age of 82 drew well-deserved raves.

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The Man Without Fear's next Mighty Marvel Masterworks is barreling your way with action-packed art by "Gentleman" Gene Colan and sensational stories by Stan "The Man" Lee! And let me tell you, True Believer, these two pull no punches! In these classic tales, Daredevil goes toe-to-toe with the Tri-Man and Gladiator, laughs it up at Leap-Frog, and sticks it to Stilt-Man - before marching through a marathon of the Masked Marauder, Mister Hyde and Cobra! And if all that's not enough for you, we have guest appearances from Spider-Man, Thor and Ka-Zar! And don't forget Matt Murdock's twin brother, Mike Murdock. Wait, what? Twin brother?! Collecting DAREDEVIL (1964) #22-32.

Creators

Writer/editor Stan Lee (1922-2018) made comic-book history together with Jack Kirby in 1961 with Fantastic Four #1. The monumental popularity of its new style inspired Lee to develop similarly themed characters — including the Hulk and X-Men with Kirby, Spider-Man and Doctor Strange with Steve Ditko, and Daredevil with Bill Everett. After shepherding his creations through dozens of issues — in some cases a hundred or more — Lee allowed other writers to take over, but he maintained steady editorial control. Eventually, he helped expand Marvel into a multimedia empire. In recent years, his frequent cameo appearances in Marvel’s films established Lee as one of the world’s most famous faces.

The unique, shadowy style of Gene Colan (1926-2011) most memorably appeared in long stints on Captain America and Daredevil, and all 70 issues of Tomb of Dracula — among the dozens of other Marvel titles he has drawn. His DC work on Detective Comics and Night Force is equally well remembered. During the Golden Age, he drew multiple war stories for Marvel and DC alike. Colan has earned several Eagle Awards and had professional art showings in New York City. His work on Ed Brubaker’s Captain America at the age of 82 drew well-deserved raves.