Daredevil #16

Title:"Enter: Spider-Man"
Writer:Stan Lee
Penciler:John Romita Sr.
Inker:Frankie Ray
Cover:John Romita Sr.
Colours:Unknown
Letters:Artie Simek
Editor:Stan Lee
Assistant Editor:None
Date:May 1966
Cover Price:0.12

Characters

Aunt May Parker
Daredevil
Foggy Nelson
J. Jonah Jameson
Karen Page
Masked Marauder
Matt Murdock
Peter Parker
Spider-Man

Daredevil #15


Daredevil #17

Frankie Ray
Volume 1 - 14 15 16 17
Volume 2 - None
Volume 3 - None
Volume 4 - None
Volume 5 - None
John Romita Sr.
Volume 1 - 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 83 99 103 106 108 110 111 113 115 118
Volume 2 - 0.5 50 94 100 500
Volume 3 - 1
Volume 4 - None
Volume 5 - None
Stan Lee
Volume 1 - 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 53
Volume 2 - 20
Volume 3 - None
Volume 4 - None
Volume 5 - None

Issue Summary

Summary/Review by Michael Deeley

Criminal mastermind The Masked Marauder has devised a plan to keep Spider-Man from stopping his newest crime. The Marauder has his gang dress like Daredevil, search the city for Spider-Man, pick a fight, then run away. This should make Spidey hunt down the real DD and start a fight. Amazingly, this plan works! While the heroes fight, the Marauder steals plans for an experimental engine from an auto company. DD ends the fight with Spidey tied up.

When Peter Parker and Matt Murdock hear about the robbery the next day, each wonders if the other is working with the Marauder. Parker searches the city as Spider-Man to find some clue to Daredevil's whereabouts. By sheer dramatic luck, his spider-sense goes of when he swings by the offices of Nelson & Murdock. He figures one of the people inside must be Daredevil. He rules out Karen Page since she's a woman and Murdock because he's blind. So Spidey crashes through the window and starts threatening Foggy Nelson! Can Matt save his friend without revealing his double identity?

Although he first appeared in 'Amazing Spider-Man', the Masked Marauder was ultimately revealed to be someone close to Matt Murdock-Frank Farnum, his office landlord!

It's also worth noting that the first time Frank Miller drew Daredevil, 'Spectacular Spider-Man' #27, the heroes had once again joined forces against the Masked Marauder.

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