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Thanks to Michael Fraley for lots of help with many of the sections (Lee Elias, Bob Brown, Frank Robbins, George Tuska)...much appreciated!
Also thanks to Michael Kaiser, Bill Koenig and Daniel Coyle for their assistance with the profiles.


Profiles

Volume 1


Colan, Gene

Issues: -1, 020-049, 053-082, 084-098, 100, 110, 112, 116, 124, 153-154, 156-157, 363, 366-368, 370
People tend to forget that there are such things as 'Colan Daredevils' besides 'Miller Daredevils'. Classic work by a great artist.

  • Interview with Gene Colan
  • www.genecolan.com


    Everett, Bill

    Issues: 001
    The creator of the Sub-Mariner co-created Daredevil with writer Stan Lee. Only penciled one issue, but did help with inks on a few more issues of DD.


    Ditko, Steve

    Issues: 001, 162, 234-235, 264
    His comic with Madcap is still a favourite of mine. His greatest work was on Amazing Spider-Man.


    Orlando, Joe

    Issues: 002-004
    Before his death in 1998, Joe Orlando held an editorial position at DC Comics.


    Wood, Wally

    Issues: 005-010
    The artist who changed DD's costume from yellow to the now famous red. Favourite story of mine is "The Fellowship of Fear!". Also was the creator of the THUNDER Agents, and worked on many EC Comics and Mad Magazine. Tragically, Wood committed suicide in 1981.


    Powell, Bob

    Issues: 009-011


    Kirby, Jack

    Issues: 012-013
    The comics legend drew two issues of DD with the help of John Romita.


    Sr., John Romita

    Issues: 012-019


    Windsor-Smith, Barry

    Issues: 050-052, 083, 236
    The popular artist of Conan drew these two issues and a story with Ann Nocenti just after Miller's Born Again.


    Weiss, Alan

    Issues: 083


    Kweskin, Sam

    Issues: 099


    Buckler, Rich

    Issues: 101


    Shores, Syd

    Issues: 102


    Heck, Don

    Issues: 103-106, 118


    Starlin, Jim

    Issues: 105


    Brown, Bob

    Issues: 107-109, 111, 113-115, 117, 119-123, 125-135, 141-143
    Bob Brown was a very under-rated artist. He did some work on Superboy for DC in the 70's. Died of leukemia in the mid-late-70's.


    Buscema, John

    Issues: 136-137, 219
    His special issue with Miller (#219) was a classic. Not too many artists could draw a story where the lead character doesn't appear in costume once.
    Known for his stints on the Avengers, Conan and Wolverine. Passed away in January 2002.


    Byrne, John

    Issues: 138
    Byrne is more famous for doing X-Men, She-Hulk, Alpha Flight etc. than his Ghost Rider story for DD. He also drew some covers in the early 200's.

  • Interview with John Byrne


    Buscema, Sal

    Issues: 139-140, 218, 238, 356
    Sal Buscema was a long-time penciler on Spectacular Spider-Man. He drew some DD issues and also helped Cary Nord with layouts during Nord's stint on the title.


    Kane, Gil

    Issues: 141, 146-148, 151
    Many fans forget that Kane did some DD work to go along with many other great titles.


    Elias, Lee

    Issues: 144
    Elias did some sci-fi work for DC and also did a syndicated strip called "Beyond Mars". In the 70's he also did the Human Fly for Marvel.


    Tuska, George

    Issues: 145
    Tuska worked on the 'Buck Rogers' sci-fi newspaper strip over forty years ago, but he is probably best remembered as the artist for IRON MAN during the 70's. After Iron Man, he did the 'Superheroes' newspaper strip for DC. Like fellow artist Don Heck, Tuska was never a cult favourite, but his work had a quality and a consistency that shone through.


    Infantino, Carmine

    Issues: 149-150, 152


    Robbins, Frank

    Issues: 155
    Best known work was on the classic "Scorchy Smith" newspaper strip and the post-WWII newspaper adventure strip "Johnny Hazard". His art was mainly characterized by bold masses of black. He drew Detective Comics in the 70's and also the Invaders. Frank retired to the southwest and passed away in the 90's. He remains vastly underappreciated by most fans.


    Miller, Frank

    Issues: 158-161, 163-184, 191
    Towards the end of Miller's run, Klaus Janson was penciling Miller's layouts. Brought DD back from the brink of cancellation and defined a whole new era on the title.


    Janson, Klaus

    Issues: 173-190, 192-197
    A comics pro who is well-versed in penciling, inking, colouring and design.


    Hama, Larry

    Issues: 196-197, 359
    Larry Hama did layouts for two issues of DD and also wrote a few tales as well.

  • Interview with Larry Hama


    Johnson, William

    Issues: 197-202, 205, 207
    Anyone know his present whereabouts? His work on the first few issues in the 200's was great. I especially liked his revamp of the Black Widow's costume...


    McDonnell, Luke

    Issues: 202, 204
    Luke McDonnell has worked on many titles, including Iron Man and the Phantom.

  • Interview with Luke McDonnell


    Isherwood, Geof

    Issues: 203, 224


    Mazzucchelli, David

    Issues: 206, 208-217, 220-223, 225-233
    It was only until he worked with Miller on Born Again that anyone noticed this great artist. After that story arc, Mazzucchelli moved to DC to do Bat-Man:Year One with Miller and now he works on independent comic series of his own.


    Jurgens, Daniel

    Issues: 224
    Jurgens is known for his work on Superman, Zero Hour and Thor.

  • Interview with Dan Jurgens.


    Williams, Louis

    Issues: 237, 239-240, 243-244
    After doing a New Mutants issue, Williams was poised to be the next major artist for DD. However, his work with Nocenti went unnoticed and I have no idea what he is doing now. Anyone remember Rotgut? He drew that issue.


    McFarlane, Todd

    Issues: 241
    Currently at Image, overseeing 'Spawn' and his action figure empire.


    Pollard, Keith

    Issues: 242, 341-343


    Patton, Chuck

    Issues: 245


    Morgan, Tom

    Issues: 246, 377-378


    Giffen, Keith

    Issues: 247


    Leonardi, Rick

    Issues: 248-249, 277, 354, 356, 375
    Two of Leonardi's issues featured Wolverine. Helped Cary Nord finish some issues as well.


    Romita, Jr., John

    Issues: 250-257, 259-263, 265-276, 278-282


    Lim, Ron

    Issues: 258
    Known for his work on Captain America, Silver Surfer and the Infinity Gauntlet.


    Bagley, Mark

    Issues: 283
    The former artist of Amazing Spider-Man and Thunderbolts drew this issue that guest-starred Captain America.


    Weeks, Lee

    Issues: 284-285, 287-288, 291-295, 297-300, 380
    After this run, Weeks did the Gambit mini-series.
    He did a fine job on the Fall of the Kingpin storyline, and has been working on mini-series, including The Mysterio Manifesto, Spider-Man: Death and Destiny, and an arc in Tangled Web.

  • Interview with Lee Weeks.


    Capullo, Greg

    Issues: 286
    Known for his work on Spawn, Batman and The Creech.


    Dwyer, Kieron

    Issues: 289-290
    Known for his work on Captain America, Avengers, and his Lowest Comic Denominator project.

  • Interview with Kieron Dwyer.


    Garney, Ron

    Issues: 296, 304
    Known for his work with Mark Waid on the Captain America series and on Silver Surfer, Hulk and others.

  • Interview with Ron Garney


    Wyman, M.C.

    Issues: 301-303


    McDaniel, Scott

    Issues: 305-315, 317-327, 329-332
    Redesigned DD's costume with D.G.Chichester. He drew the Green Goblin, and Batman for DC. Also drew the Elektra:Root of Evil series and the Daredevil/Batman:Eye for an Eye prestige format comic.

  • Interview with Scott McDaniel


    Kobasic, Kevin

    Issues: 316
    Kobasic did some work on SHIELD and some Acclaim titles.


    Cariello, Sergio

    Issues: 328
    This was the Tree of Knowledge Interlude. Cariello also did some art in one of the annuals and Azrael for DC.


    Grindberg, Tom

    Issues: 333-337
    Grindberg worked on the 'Humanity's Fathom' arc by Gregory Wright.


    Jubran, Alexander

    Issues: 338-340


    Jones, Arvell M.

    Issues: 343


    Wagner, Ron

    Issues: 344-347, 350
    Worked with J.M. DeMatteis to bring DD back to his red costume. Has been the artist for DC's Genesis series, Flash and some titles for Topps Comics.


    Nord, Cary

    Issues: 348-349, 353-357, 359-362, 364-365, 375
    Cary Nord has worked on the Bruce Wayne: Agent of Shield comic for Amalgam, and the Ghost Rider:Crossroads comic before DD. With the return of Gene Colan, Nord left DD, and finished a stint on Mutant X.

  • Interview with Cary Nord


    McManus, Shawn

    Issues: 351-352
    McManus had been working with Stan Lee Media and worked on a Sandman mini-series.


    Epting, Stephen

    Issues: 355


    Ferry, Pascual

    Issues: 358
    Ferry worked on the fill-in issue by Joe Kelly, and was the regular penciler on Heroes For Hire.


    Olivetti, Ariel

    Issues: 369, 371-372, 374-375
    Olivetti has worked on some JLA specials and Kingdom for DC, and was going to be the artist on Warren Ellis' Satana. Other work includes Haven for DC and Punisher War Journal for Marvel.

  • Interview with Ariel Olivetti


    Acosta, Richie

    Issues: 373


    Denham, Brian/Leon, John Paul/Lyle, Tom

    Issues: 375


    Hamner, Cully

    Issues: 376, 379
    Hamner has worked on Firearm, Green Lantern: Mosaic and others.

  • Interview with Cully Hamner


    Volume 2

    Cassaday, John/Conner, Amanda/Dillon, Steve/Jones, J.G./Nowlan, Kevin/Palmiotti, Jimmy

    Issues: 0.5


    Mack, David

    Issues: 0.5, 016-019, 050-055, 500
    The creator of Kabuki has written Parts of a Hole for DD and also painted the arc 'Wake Up' with Brian Bendis.

  • Interview with David Mack


    Sr., John Romita

    Issues: 0.5, 050, 100, 500


    Lee, Jae

    Issues: 0.5, 065


    Quesada, Joe

    Issues: 001-011, 013-014, 050, 500
    The co-founder of Event Comics started his run for the Marvel Knights line with a lot of attention. He also served as editor of the new imprint and was Editor-In-Chief of Marvel.

  • Interview with Joe Quesada


    Haynes, Rob

    Issues: 012
    Haynes worked on this fill-in and was also the artist on the Daredevil web comic. He worked with Brian Bendis on the DD: Ninja series as well.


    Ross, David

    Issues: 014-015, 023-024
    The former artist on Alpha Flight and West Coast Avengers lends a hand to getting the title back on schedule.


    Colan, Gene

    Issues: 020, 050, 100
    People tend to forget that there are such things as 'Colan Daredevils' besides 'Miller Daredevils'. Classic work by a great artist.

  • Interview with Gene Colan
  • www.genecolan.com


    Winslade, Phil

    Issues: 020-022, 025
    Phil Winslade has worked on many titles, including the DD/Spidey series, Nevada, Ant-Man Christmas, and Howard the Duck.

  • Interview with Phil Winslade


    Maleev, Alex

    Issues: 026-037, 041-050, 056-081, 100, 500
    The former artist on Sam and Twitch joined Brian Bendis for the 'Underboss' arc and created an acclaimed run on the title.


    Gutierrez, Manuel

    Issues: 038-039


    Dodson, Terry

    Issues: 040


    Oeming, Mike Avon

    Issues: 050
    Oeming has worked on Powers, Judge Dredd, and DD: Fall From Grace.

  • Interview with Mike Oeming


    Weeks, Lee

    Issues: 050, 094
    After this run, Weeks did the Gambit mini-series.
    He did a fine job on the Fall of the Kingpin storyline, and has been working on mini-series, including The Mysterio Manifesto, Spider-Man: Death and Destiny, and an arc in Tangled Web.

  • Interview with Lee Weeks.


    Janson, Klaus

    Issues: 050, 500
    A comics pro who is well-versed in penciling, inking, colouring and design.


    Bachalo, Chris/Finch, David/Golden, Michael/Hester, Phil/Horn, Greg/Quitely, Frank/Russell, P. Craig

    Issues: 065


    Lark, Michael

    Issues: 082-087, 089-093, 095-105, 107-110, 112-115, 117-119, 500


    Gaudiano, Stefano

    Issues: 083-087, 089-093, 095-105, 107-110, 112-115, 117-119, 500


    Aja, David

    Issues: 088, 116, 500


    Bermejo, Lee/Djurdjevic, Marko/Sienkiewicz, Bill

    Issues: 100


    Azaceta, Paul

    Issues: 103-106, 500


    Mann, Clay

    Issues: 111


    Zonjic, Tonci

    Issues: 115


    Lucas, John

    Issues: 118


    Bendis, Brian Michael/Darrow, Geof/Grampa, Rafael/Samnee, Chris/Zircher, Patrick

    Issues: 500


    La Torre, Roberto De

    Issues: 501-504, 508-509, 511


    Checchetto, Marco

    Issues: 503, 505-507, 510, 512


    Volume 3

    Martin, Marcos

    Issues: 001, 004-006, 10.1


    Rivera, Paolo

    Issues: 001-003, 007, 009-010


    Kano

    Issues: 008


    Checchetto, Marco

    Issues: 011


    Samnee, Chris

    Issues: 012, 014-016, 018-027, 030-033, 035-036


    Allred, Michael

    Issues: 017


    Rodriguez, Javier

    Issues: 028-029, 034


    Copland, Jason

    Issues: 033


    Pham, Khoi

    Issues: 10.1, 013


    Volume 4

    Krause, Peter

    Issues: 0.1, 15.1


    Samnee, Chris

    Issues: 001-005, 008-015, 15.1, 016-018


    Kesel, Karl/Maleev, Alex

    Issues: 1.50


    Rodriguez, Javier

    Issues: 1.50, 006-007




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