Descripton: Daredevil is seen here looking outward, as if keeping watch over Hell’s Kitchen, with a subtle movement of his billy club indicating his steady poise and readiness to sweep the neighborhood. These physical attributes are insight into the personality behind Daredevil’s mask, as to how the skill and attention put into portraying them are insight into the personality of sculptor and art director, Randy Bowen. Were it not for Daredevil’s handicap, which admittedly heightens his superpowers, even he would agree that Bowen’s strength in displaying this hero in layered and dynamic way. 46 out of 300 especially limited copies.
Descripton: The Man Without Fear has a few different origins - a lawyer and dutiful hero seeking to reconcile Hell’s Kitchen with many of its dark seeds, or a shrewd antihero scheming to avenge the death of his parents and the misery he lived through after. Many writers and artists had a hand in the development of Daredevil’s story, including Stan Lee, Frank Miller, Brian Michael Bendis, Kevin Smith, and lately Mark Waid. Waid took the final volume of Daredevil as a chance to bring the hero back - after being disbarred and forced to live as a vagrant - into the bleak light shining over Hell’s Kitchen. The portrait of Daredevil’s silhouette, his penetrating gaze, and his signature billy club, remind us who stands guard against the onslaught of crime.