Real Name: Turk Barrett (uncertain whether Turk is his real name or a nickname)
Identity/Class: Human; conventional weapons user
Occupation: Professional criminal
Group Membership: Formerly Eric Slaughter's gang (Fiver, Leech, Smitty, Stilly) and the Thunderbolts (Eddie, Charlie, Clyde);
Affiliations: Fixer, The Hood, Mr. Fear (Larry Cranston), Chico,
Merv, Nathans, Owl;
former agent of Kingpin, Eric Slaughter, and the Zodiac Cartel;
Kat Farrell, Grotto, Injun Joe, Josie, Mississippi, Night Thrasher, Stymie, Zeke, patrons of Josie's Bar;
formerly Franklin "Foggy" Nelson;
Enemies: Black Panther (T'Challa),
Lonnie Carver, William Carver, Daredevil, Dr. Octopus, agent Harold
Driver, FBI, Hand, Iron Man, Kingpin, Maxine Lavender, Dirk McGirk, Franklin "Foggy"
Nelson, Dakota North, "Wall-Eyed" Pike, Punisher, Sheldon, Spider-Man, Stilt-Man (Day),
possibly the Vice Agent;
formerly the Enforcers (Fancy Dan, Montana, Ox (Raymond Bloch))
Known Relatives: Unidentified woman (wife or lover), Rico (oldest son), two or more unidentified daughters
Aliases: M.A.U.L.E.R., Stilt-Man
Base of Operations: Manhattan, New
York City, New York;
frequently Josie's Bar, just off South Street by the Brooklyn Bridge
First Appearance: Daredevil I#69 (October, 1970)
Powers/Abilities: Turk has no superhuman
abilities, but is a reasonably experienced street fighter. He
frequently uses a gun, or a knife, or both. He seems to have an
uncanny knack to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. He sees
himself as a man of vision, but his view often involves being
thrown through the plate glass window at Josie's Bar & Grill.
Turk suffers from vitiligo, causing his skin pigmentation to become lighter. He is able to bring this under control with steroid use, restoring his natural color.
He briefly wore on different occasions the MAULER and Stilt-Man armors, but his inexperience (and idiocy) prevented him from utilizing these to their potentials.
History: Most of Turk's past history is unknown.
(Daredevil: Battlin' Jack Murdock#1 (fb) ) - Fixer sent young Turk Barrett to pay Murdock his fee for working for him. Murdock didn't want to take Turk along with him on his next job. The kid became angry, insulted him and then ran away.
(Daredevil I#69 (fb) - BTS) - Turk came to lead a gang of African Americans known as the Thunderbolts. Though pretending to be revolutionaries, they were merely common criminals. At some point he (and the Thunderbolts) became agents of the Zodiac Cartel.
(Daredevil I#69 (fb)) - Turk and several Thunderbolts attempted to force war veteran Billy Carver to join the Thunderbolts. When he refused, Turk cracked him across the head with a wooden stick and prepared to beat him senseless. Billy's younger brother Lonnie--a student of Luke Charles (an alias of the Black Panther)--rushed to Charles for help, and Charles became the Black Panther and fought off the Thunderbolts in time to save Billy.
(Daredevil I#69 (fb) - BTS) - Billy Carver went to work for the District Attorney, pretending to agree to join the Thunderbolts in hopes of flushing who their true employers were.
(Daredevil I#69) - The Black Panther and Daredevil answered another request from Lonnie Carver to save his brother and investigated the Thunderbolts. The heroes ambushed the Thunderbolts, but Turk managed to catch the Panther at gunpoint, forcing Daredevil to stand down as well. However, Billy then revealed his true allegiance by pulling a gun on Turk and telling him to put his hands up. Daredevil used the distraction to knock the gun from Turk's hand, but he had another gun which he used to shoot Billy in the arm before Daredevil could punch him out.
BTS - Turk was thrown out of the Thunderbolts for his failures.
(Daredevil I#159 (fb) - BTS) - Turk came to work for the criminal assassin Eric Slaughter.
(Daredevil I#159) - After Bullseye hired Eric Slaughter to kill Daredevil--knowing that they'd fail, but wishing to film Daredevil in action to study his moves to better counter them, Turk and Leech accosted "Foggy" Nelson and Matt Murdock, telling them to let Daredevil know that Slaughter wanted to see him at midnight on Pier 42. Turk and his allies prepared an ambush for Daredevil, who instead ambushed them. Turk was soon the last man, and Daredevil punched him out, breaking his jaw. Turk fired his gun as Daredevil hit him, nearly deafening the hero.
(Daredevil I#160) - At Josie's Bar, Turk saw an incognito Matt Murdock offering a wad of bills to "Lark" Logan in exchange for information on the location of Bullseye. The broken-jawed Turk pulled a gun on Murdock, hoping to rob him, but then Josie pulled her shotgun on Turk, telling him to put his gun away. Murdock took advantage of the confusion to start a bar fight that finished with Daredevil confronting Turk--last man still conscious--and telling him to find Bullseye and tell him, "Daredevil is coming!"
(Daredevil I#161) - Turk went running to Eric Slaughter, informing him that Daredevil would be after him next, failing to realize that Daredevil had followed him directly to Slaughter. Later, Bullseye insisted that Slaughter or any of his men kill Daredevil, and Turk was only to happy to oblige. However, Slaughter, having come to respect Daredevil, told all of his men to stand down, allowing Daredevil to take Bullseye away.
(Marvel Fanfare I#23) - Turk attempted to mug a drunk on a subway, but it turned out to be a disguised Daredevil, who questioned him about the location of Ninth Street Maggie, a woman trying to turn states evidence against the Kingpin. After Daredevil left, Turk began to mutter about "next time," when Iron Man showed up, insisting he tell him about Dr. Octopus. Turk claimed to know nothing, and after Iron Man left he stated aloud that see "Octopus--that four-eyed little creep," he failed to realize that the pole he was leaning against was actually one of Octopus' tentacles.
(Daredevil I#168) - While posing as a blind man, selling pencil for money, Turk was confronted by Daredevil, who beat him up and forced him to give up information on Alarich Wallenquist, a murder witness who was being hidden by Slaughter. Before Turk could give anything of value, another of Slaughter's agents--instructed to watch over Turk and waste him if he was compromised--tossed a bomb at them. Daredevil saved himself and Turk, but his hearing was temporarily damaged by the explosion.
(Daredevil I#170 (fb) - BTS) - Slaughter fired Turk for failing him with Wallenquist.
(Daredevil I#170) - At Josie's, Turk mouthed off to Grotto and others how he'd kick Daredevil "from here to Jersey" if he ever showed up again. Daredevil then greeted Turk, who dove through Josie's plate glass window in an effort to escape him. Turk carjacked a taxi and continued to flee, but Daredevil kicked him right through the windshield and then forced him to tell him about the contract on the Kingpin's life.
(Daredevil I#171) - At Josie's, an incognito Matt Murdock cleared the bar once again by asking to be brought to the Kingpin. Turk and Grotto, deliberately left the last two standing, took him at gunpoint to see the Kingpin. Turk told the Kingpin about his clearing Josie's Bar, saying he'd make a great agent for the Kingpin. The Kingpin agreed to hire the man, then waited until he exposed his true motives and beat him senseless. The Kingpin instructed Turk and Grotto to shoot Daredevil and throw him in the river. Turk, thinking that way had no style, instead stuffed the barely conscious Daredevil down a full drain pipe and sealed it after him.
(Daredevil I#172) - At Josie's, Turk drank to celebrate his future big plans, until Daredevil showed up. At Josie's request, DD stopped Turk from leaping through her newly repaired window. DD then forced him to reveal the Kingpin's recent activities. Turk then went to the Kingpin, telling him DD was after his files. The Kingpin had his men move fake files, which Daredevil stole, just as the Kingpin--recognizing Turk for the dupe that he was--had planned.
(Daredevil I#176) - At Josie's, Turk dealt
himself four aces, certain to win the bet, until Stymie pointed
out that two of the aces were spades. Daredevil showed up in time
to save Turk from getting shot by the other criminals. However,
as Daredevil had recently lost his radar sense, he was cracked
across the back of his head while he tried to force info from
Turk regarding the location of Stick. Turk pulled a gun on the
stunned Daredevil, but Josie pulled out her shotgun and forced he
and Grotto to take any violence outside. This gave Daredevil time
to regain his wits, and he escaped from the pair, stuffing a
trash can over Turk in the process.
Having observed Daredevil's weakness, Turk led Grotto to break into Cord Consolidated, where Turk stole a suit of M.A.U.L.E.R. (Mobile Armored Utility Laser-guided Electron-beam Emitter, Revised) armor. The armored Turk second in a series of four who forced information on Stick's whereabouts from "Wall-Eyed" Pike. As Daredevil met up with Stick, Turk smashed through the wall. However, as he dodged the armored Turk's attack, Daredevil told him, "Turk, I could be deaf, dumb, and blind...I could have my legs in traction and both arms tied behind my back...and you'd still be too slow to tag me. Sweet dreams." With that, he dropped Turk with a single punch to his unarmored face.
(Daredevil I#178) - Turk and Grotto dressed up as clowns during a parade on Fifth Avenue in hopes of capturing Sheldon, a man who had copies of checks paid from the Kingpin to crooked politician Randolph Cherryh. They pursued Sheldon atop a large Kermit the Frog balloon, but Daredevil leapt from above and bounced Sheldon off the balloon, where he was caught by a waiting Power Man.
(Daredevil I#180) - Turk debated cutting the Kingpin out of a share from his Grotto's and Zeke's latest heist, until it occurred to him what the Kingpin might do in retaliation. Daredevil showed up--with a leg cast and a crutch, Turk went after him, and was quickly swatted unconscious by Daredevil's crutch.
(Daredevil#181) - A black man resembling Turk was seen in Ryker's Island prison when the Punisher went over to speak to Bullseye. This black man, at first not recognizing the Punisher, told him to stay away from Bullseye, but upon recognizing the Punisher, ran away.
(Daredevil#182) - Turk and Grotto broke out of Ryker's Island
during a snowy night. Coincidentally, this happened just as a shady government
organization broke the Punisher (Castle) out of prison. Turk saw as the Punisher
made his way to a rope ladder dropped from a helicopter.
Grotto backed out and decided to surrender to the authorities, but Turk grabbed onto the end of the rope ladder. Turk tried to convince Castle that they should join forces, but Castle severed the rope ladder with a knife, and Turk fell into the water.
(Daredevil I#185) - Turk pleaded with Eric Slaughter to give him his job back, to no avail. After Daredevil made it appear that "Foggy" Nelson--posing as criminal "Guts" Nelson--had taken out all of Slaughter's men, Slaughter offered Turk his old job back if he killed Nelson. Using his instincts, Turk instead sided with Nelson: "Guts here is my kinda guy. He's got brains. And muscle. Prob'ly got money, too. All he needs now is vision. Vision I got. So I'm workin' fer him." Turk then brought "Guts" to the Kingpin, proposing him to be his next master assassin. "Guts" got out of the situation with Daredevil's help, and then he took Turk with him on a plane bound for Chicago. Nelson got off the plane just as it was ready to take off, effectively de-Turking himself.
(Daredevil I#186) - Turk attempted to convince
Melvin Potter (formerly the Gladiator) to join with him in a
criminal partnership, but to no avail. However, he was present in
Potter's costume shop when Wilbur Day (Stilt-Man) came in to
replace a glove for his costume. Turk thought he looked familiar--incorrectly
ID'ing him as Leap-Frog, and followed him back to his hotel.
While Day planned his next plot, Turk cold-cocked him with a pipe
and stole his armor. As "the new Stilt-Man," Turk
appeared outside the Kingpin's window, proposing himself as his
new assassin. The Kingpin responded, "It does not matter
what armor or weapons you may have acquired, Turk. You are an
idiot. I do not employ idiots."
In an effort to prove himself, Turk attempted to fill Day's contract, kidnapping assistant District Attorney Maxine Lavender. He grabbed her from within her office, but when she scratched his face, he punched her, sending her hurtling to the ground below. Daredevil--having been notified of Turk's activities by a vengeance seeking Wilbur Day--saved Lavender and then used Day's instructions to disable the Stilt-Man armor's auto-gyroscopes, sending Turk spiraling to the ground.
(Daredevil I#190 (fb) - BTS) - Turk and Grotto had some connection to Injun Joe in his failed plot to assassinate the Kingpin.
(Daredevil I#190) - Daredevil, in exchange for information on the Hand from the Kingpin, dropped Turk and forced Grotto--both of whom were lookout guards for Injun Joe's men--to tell him how many men were in the building, after which Daredevil entered and took out Injun Joe and his men.
(Daredevil I#196) - At Josie's, Turk bragged to Grotto about his plans to spray Daredevil with some sort of tear gas. Daredevil arrived and made a bet with Turk--if the spray worked on him, he could beat Daredevil silly. If not, he'd give him the information he sought without further struggle. Just as Turk sprayed the chemical, Daredevil whipped open the door, causing a strong gust that blew it back in Turk's face. Turk then told Daredevil about the Osama Maru (the ship of Lord Darkwind). Wolverine then walked up, sprayed his own armpits with the chemical, describing it as a little on the sissy side, and then threatened to carve up Turk if he found out they'd been lied to.
(Daredevil I#200) - At Josie's, a broken armed Daredevil confronted Turk and Grotto, seeking information on the location of Bullseye. Turk goaded the rest of the bar into attacking the wounded hero, while he tried to smash a chair over Daredevil from behind. Daredevil took out the others and forced him to give the info he wanted.
(Daredevil I#202/2) - Daredevil threw Turk through the window of the elementary school classroom of Miss Speld, where Turk was surprised to find another Daredevil, though it turned out to be the less-than-stellar student Dirk McGirk posing as the hero for a class presentation. The real Daredevil then came through the window, grabbed the confused Turk, thanked the class for holding him until he arrived, and took Turk away with them. Dirk was a hero amongst the students after class was cancelled due to the broken glass.
(Daredevil I#203) - Daredevil swooped down from a building and snagged Turk as he was trying to convince Grotto to join him a new surefire plot. Daredevil forced him to tell where the Trump might be stealing a shipment of guns.
(Daredevil I#220) - Daredevil sent Turk to find out information on the security systems of a building owned by a man named Gulio.
(Daredevil I#223 (fb) - BTS) - Turk gave Daredevil information on a pawn shop owner dealing in hot merchandise, leading him to recover a camera stolen from Glorianna O'Breen.
(Daredevil I#229) - At Christmas time, Turk and Grotto rolled a volunteer Santa Claus. Turk stole his costume, intending to use it to trick others into giving them donations. Matt Murdock--deranged after having his life destroyed and nearly being killed by the Kingpin--told him to take it off, but Turk pulled a knife, stabbed him, and left him for dead.
(Marvel Graphic Novel#24: Daredevil: Love & War) - At Josie's, Daredevil drew out the criminal population and then snagged Turk, forcing him to give him information or Cheryl and Dr. Paul Mondat. Daredevil then forced Turk to lead him to Cheryl Mondat, whom he rescued from the Kingpin's deranged agent, Victor. Daredevil then forced Turk to distract the Kingpin's men as he tried to rescue Dr. Mondat. As Daredevil expected, Turk betrayed him, telling the Kingpin's men how Daredevil would be sneaking up in an elevator. As they all fired into the empty elevator car, Daredevil ascended the shaft above undiscovered.
(Marvel Comics Presents#5/4) - Turk, not knowing the information that Daredevil wanted, leapt through Josie's Bar's window to save Daredevil the effort.
(Marvel Comics Presents#19/4) - Outside of Josie's, Turk attempted to take on Daredevil with a billy club, but ended up getting thrown through the window into the bar. As Daredevil continued to press him for information, Turk managed to get hold of a grenade, which he tossed at Daredevil, only to have it swatted back at him. The crowd evacuated and the grenade blew up the bar. Josie's was rebuilt entirely by Damage Control.
(Night Thrasher II#2) - Night Thrasher questioned Turk (sans moustache) regarding the reason for the deaths of the Walker family in gang crossfire. Turk revealed them to have been runners for the Queens borough Concrete Dragons gang. Thrasher dropped him in a dumpster, but paid him for his info.
(Daredevil: Predator's Smile) - Turk recalled his encounter with Frank Castle while at Josie's Bar.
(Daredevil I#351) - Turk worked with Stanley and others selling firearms. They were coerced into giving half of their earnings to the Vice Agent, who wore a costume and appeared to be a super-villain. After talking to Turk, Daredevil exposed the Vice Agent as just wearing a costume with fake weapons, and turned the Vice Agent over to the police.
(Spider-Man: Deadly Cure) The Kingpin bankrolled the efforts of Doctor Aaron Esterhazy to develop a wide-ranging cure that might be able to treat the Kingpin's spouse Vanessa. Esterhazy went missing, and was pursued by the Hobgoblin. The Kingpin sent Turk and Grotto to search abandoned buildings and elsewhere for Esterhazy. Along the way, Turk and Grotto encountered Spider-Man. Daredevil also overhead the two going about their efforts, but did not engage them in battle.
(Spider-Man: Wanted Dead or Alive) - Turk and Grotto met with Ben Urich and Peter Parker at Josie's to discuss Brian Timility.
(Daredevil II#6) - At Ennis Tavern, Turk told a story about following Daredevil back to his Devil-Cave and defeating Daredevil because he had taken off his utility belt. Daredevil then showed up for real and forced him to give information about Bullseye's whereabouts.
(Deadline#1) - At Josie's, Turk told reporter Kat Farrell about Judge "No" Hart haunting the Tinkerer.
(Daredevil II#47) - Turk confronted the Kingpin as he began his efforts to return to power, pulling a gun and planning to make a name for himself by killing the Kingpin. He failed to realize that Fisk was in mid-conversation with several FBI agents, who immediately arrested Turk.
(Daredevil II#84 (fb) - BTS) - Turk was sent to Ryker's Island.
(Daredevil II#84) - Turk met with the recently imprisoned Kingpin, who sent him to deliver a message to the also recently imprisoned Matt Murdock.
(Daredevil II#85) - Turk informed Murdock that the Kingpin
wanted to meet with him the next day in the prison yard.
The next day, Turk waited in the prison yard with the Kingpin as Murdock approached.
(Daredevil II#86) - The Kingpin instructed Turk to make arrangement to free Bullseye from his restraints. Turk fearfully instructed the other prisoners to release Bullseye's cell.
(Civil War: War Crimes#1) - Turk continued to act as the Kingpin's agent, at one point taking a beating from the Enforcers after they had been bought out by Hammerhead. He received a visit from his babies' momma (possibly his wife), who had met with Man Mountain Marko & Typhoid Mary for him, he also told her to contact someone else, a person who horrified her. Turk also met with Tony Stark when the Kingpin refused to see him after having duped Stark into taking out Hammerhead's super-villain army.
(Daredevil II#97) - Employed by Mr. Fear (Larry Cranston), Turk sent his agents Chico and Merv to pick up the Gladiator so he could go on a massive killing spree in Chinatown.
(Daredevil II#98 (fb) - BTS / Daredevil II#98 / Daredevil II#99 - 100 - BTS) - Turk sent Merv & Chico to delivery Mr. Fear's special drug all over Hell's Kitchen.
(Daredevil II#101) - After hearing how Daredevil was savagely beating criminals to gain information on Mr. Fear, Turk worried that Fear had pushed Daredevil too far and that things would fall apart for him. Turk subsequently allied with the Hood, showed him Daredevil's crusade, and wondered if they shouldn't just let Daredevil deal with Mr. Fear. The Hood decided to let Daredevil lead him to Mr. Fear so he and his guys could finish whichever of them was still standing.
(Daredevil II#108) - Turk was laughing on the phone with Grotto when Daredevil threatened to hurt him, wanting information on who was running the docks. Turk reported that Eric Slaughter was doing so.
(Daredevil II#117) - When the Kingpin reentered the country, he had Turk show him into the new Josie's Bar, which had moved underground, literally. They tried turning him away until they saw the Kingpin himself. Fisk appointed Turk his lieutenant, announcing his new regime to Nathans and others. Turk was sent to approach Murdock, who demanded to know where the Kingpin was.
(Daredevil II#118) - In a Hand warehouse full of bodies, Turk warned Kingpin that the cops were on the way. When he asked how the Kingpin was doing, Fisk seized Turk by the throat and warned him to never ask that again.
(Daredevil II#119) - Catching Fisk talking to himself, Turk showed the Owl in to Fisk. He soon went on a run to pick up donuts for the Kingpin, thinking how lucky Grotto was to be in Ryker's.
(Daredevil I#500) - After Fisk and Owl captured Dakota North, they sent Turk to deliver a message to Matt Murdock's doorstep. Turk, thinking Fisk was crazy, decided to tell Daredevil where Dakota was.
Comments: Created by Roy Thomas and Gene
Revamped by Roger McKenzie and Frank Miller.
Marvel Comics Index to Daredevil confirms that Turk Barrett is the same guy from DD I#69, but a different guy from DD I#60.
Turk is the George Costanza of the Daredevil cast. If he decided to do the exact opposite of his every instinct, he'd probably be quite successful...or at least get a lot fewer whuppings.
Daredevil I#202/2 was Assistant Editor's month, and it seemed to be a parody/homage to Crazy Magazine's Dirk McGirk, IIRC...it's been a few decades since I read Crazy.
According to DD I#69, Willie Carver was a Vietnam "War" veteran. That is topical, though he might have been stationed anywhere in Southeast Asia, perhaps even in Vietnam, as was the case of Frank Castle. see Vietnam War in the Marvel Universe.
Turk's last name was revealed in the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe, original edition, MAULER entry.
I am not sure if this was supposed to be Turk in DD#182. I guess it could be, since Turk was seen in Ryker's in Daredevil#182.
Turk is also, I believe, pictured in an advertisement for subscriptions for Marvel Comics, standing by the Kingpin and holding a very heavy sign.
Thanks to Per Degaton for adding a few appearances that I missed.
Turk was, and is, an African-American. Or maybe he's just got vitiligo.
The Turk featured in DD351 is a white guy with a beard. He
works with a black, mustached guy named Stanley. I'm guessing that someone
screwed up either the coloring, or confused the two.
Bendis and Maleev appeared to have used that Turk as their model for DD II#47. The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Daredevil 2004 entry on Turk confirmed that he does indeed suffer from vitiligo, which can be brought under control with steroid treatment.
No known connection to:
Turk's team of Thunderbolts should be distinguished from:
Daredevil I#171, p12, panel 1;
Daredevil I#185, p11, panel 3;
Daredevil I#69, p8, panel 5
(Mauler armor) - Daredevil I#176, p17 (w/0 ads), panel 2
(Stilt-Man armor) - Daredevil I#186, p20, panel 1
Daredevil II#47, p20, panel 4
Daredevil I#159-161 (July-November, 1979) - Roger
McKenzie (writer), Frank Miller (pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Al
Milgrom & Mary Jo Duffy (editors)
Marvel Fanfare I#23 (November, 1985) - Roger McKenzie (writer), Ken Steacy (artist), Al Milgrom (editor)
Daredevil I#168 (January, 1981) - Frank Miller (writer/pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Denny O'Neil (editor)
Daredevil I#170-172 (May-July, 1981) - Frank Miller (writer/pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Denny O'Neil (editor)
Daredevil I#176 (November, 1981) - Frank Miller (writer/pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Denny O'Neil (editor)
Daredevil I#178 (January, 1982) - Frank Miller (writer/pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Denny O'Neil (editor)
Daredevil I#180 (March, 1982) - Frank Miller (writer/pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Denny O'Neil (editor)
Daredevil I#185-186 (August-September, 1982) - Frank Miller (writer/pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Denny O'Neil (editor)
Daredevil I#190 (January, 1983) - Frank Miller (writer/pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Denny O'Neil (editor)
Daredevil I#196 (July, 1983) - Denny O'Neil (writer), Larry Hama (pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Linda Grant (editor)
Daredevil I#200 (November, 1983) - Denny O'Neil (writer), William Johnson (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Linda Grant (editor)
Daredevil I#203 (February, 1984) - Steven Grant (writer), Geof Isherwood (pencils), Danny Bulanadi (inks), Denny O'Neil (editor)
Daredevil I#220 (July, 1985) - Denny O'Neil (writer), David Mazzuchelli (artist), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Daredevil I#223 (October, 1985) - Denny O'Neil & Jim Shooter (writers), David Mazzuchelli (pencils), Kim DeMulder (inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Daredevil I#229 (April, 1986) - Frank Miller (writer), David Mazzuchelli (artist), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Marvel Graphic Novel: Daredevil: Love & War (1986) - Frank Miller (writer), Bill Sienkiewicz (artist), Al Milgrom (editor)
Marvel Comics Presents#5 (October, 1988) - Terry Kavanagh (writer/editor), Dwayne Turner (pencils), Mike Gustovich (inks)
Marvel Comics Presents#19 (May, 1989) - Dwayne McDuffie (writer), Ernie Colon (pencils), Al Williamson (inks), Terry Kavanagh (editor)
Night Thrasher II#2 (September, 1993) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Javier Saltares (pencils), Jeff Albrecht (inks), Rob Tokar (editor)
Daredevil: Predator's Smile novel (April, 1996) - Christopher Golden (writer), Bill Reinhold (illustrator)
Daredevil I#351 (April, 1996) - John Rozum (writer), Shawn McManus (artist), James Felder (editor)
Spider-Man: Deadly Cure (August 1996) - Bill McCay (writer), John Nyberg (illustrations)
Spider-Man: Wanted Dead or Alive novel (May, 1998) - Craig Shaw Gardener (writer), Bob Hall (illustrator)
Daredevil II#6 (April, 1999) - Kevin Smith (writer), Joe Quesada (pencils), Jimmy Palmiotti (inks), Nanci Dakesian (editor)
Deadline#1 (June, 2002) - Bill Rosemann (writer), Guy Davis (pencils/inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Daredevil II#47 (July, 2003) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Alex Maleev (artist), Joe Quesada (editor)
Daredevil II#84-86 (June-August, 2006) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark & Stefano Gaudiano (artist), Warren Simons (editor)
Civil War: War Crimes (February, 2007) - Frank Tieri (writer), Staz Johnson (penciller), Tom Palmer & Robin Riggs (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Daredevil II#97 (July (written as June) 2007) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark & Stefano Gaudiano (artists), Alejandro Arbona (assistant editor), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil: Battlin' Jack Murdock#1 (August, 2007) - Zeb Wells (writer), Carmine Di Giandomenico (penciler/inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#98-101 (August-November 2007) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark & Stefano Gaudiano (artists), Alejandro Arbona (assistant editor), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#108 (August, 2008) - Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka (writers), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#117 (May, 2009) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#118 (June, 2009) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), John Lucas, Stefano Gaudiano (inkers), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#119 (August, 2009) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil I#500 (October, 2009) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano, Klaus Janson, Chris Samnee, Paul Azaceta (inkers), Warren Simons (editor)
First Posted: 05/24/2004
Last updated: 12/28/2014
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