Jack Kirby and Bill Everett’s sensational cover introduces Daredevil to the world in 1964. The same accident that blinded Matt Murdock has also enhanced his remaining senses to an extraordinary degree. Under the guise of a sightless lawyer, Murdock dons the Daredevil costume, fighting crime armed with little more than his remarkable abilities and a billy club.
Storming out of a black and white facsimile of the cover, Alan Quah and Ghim Ong’s superb pewter interpretation of Daredevil’s debut is lavished in 24K gilding.
Alan Quah is a respected illustrator in the international comics and collectibles communities. Ghim Ong’s strong interest in 3D sculpting has led to his working on Marvel, DC and Disney properties.
Size: H22cm including base x 17.5cm x 20cm
A limited edition of 200 individually numbered pieces worldwide.
About the collection
A project with Marvel Comics, featuring iconic characters and insignia of the Marvel multiverse, this item comes in Official Marvel Licensee packaging.