DAKOTA NORTH

Real Name: Dakota North

Identity/Class: Human

Occupation: Private investigator;
Formerly model

Group Membership: None

AffiliationsAgent (Rick Mason), Hugo "Guy" Beaumontain, Yvon Berse, Black Panther (T'Challa), Black Tarantula (Carlos LaMuerto), Tracy Burke, Mrs. Burstein, Noah Burstein, Luke Cage, David Callinan, Ethan Callinan, Frances Callinan, Henry Callinan, Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers), George Cooper, Amos Culhane, Daredevil (Matt Murdock), Sarah Day, Big Ben Donovan, Little Ben Donovan, Emma Donovan, Milla Donovan, Mr. Donovan, Drivin' Ivan, Harvey Finklestein, Frank Gianelli, Gladiator (Melvin Potter), Dianna Glenn, DW Griffith, Detective Haley, Mickey Hamilton, Jeryn Hogarth, Hulk (Bruce Banner), Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Iron Fist/Daredevil (Danny Rand), Master Izo, Luke Jacobson, Jessica Jones, Daisy Kane, Wendy Kawasaki, Kirsch, Alex Kurtz, Alton Lennox, Leslie, Lily Lucca, Monica Lynne, M'Koni, Mad Dog, Analisa Medina, Franklin "Foggy" Nelson, Omoro, Perkins, Pierre, Punisher (Frank Castle), Detective Rollinson, David Roth, Slater, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), Anna Stasio, Teague, Thierry, Thing (Ben Grimm), Ben Urich, William Wagner, Judge Walden, Wasp (Janet Van Dyne), Mary-Jane Watson-Parker, Wheeler, Yven, Virgil Zimmerman

Enemies: Elio Angelopoulos III, Assassin Nation (Contract, Deathbird, Kickback, Manslaughter, Troubleshooter), Turk Barret, Bogeyman (Douglas Carmody), Brutus, Bullseye, Coldfire (James Lucas Jr.), Corporation, Mr. Grey, Chico, Hardcore, Jean, Kingpin (Wilson Fisk), Kingsize, Lady Bullseye (Maki Matsumoto), Magnitron (Yon-Rogg), Malice (Nakia), Dr. Karl Malus, Merv, Agent Moss, Mr. Fear (Larry Cranston), Owl, Ox (Raymond Bloch), Power Master (Cruz Bushmaster), Otto Shanks, Sheik Ibn Bheik, Slasher (Elyse Nelson), Eric Slaughter, Timas, Untouchables (Kickback, Nitro, Tombstone), Cleo Vanderlip

Known RelativesS.J. North (father), Caroline North (mother, deceased), Ricky North (brother)

Aliases: Dakota Sue

Base of Operations: New York City, New York

First Appearance: Dakota North#1 (June, 1986)

Powers/Abilities: Skilled in several forms of hand-to-hand combat, Dakota is physically agile and good with gymnastics. Dakota is proficient in the use of firearms and motorcycles.

Height: 5'7"
Weight: 130 lbs.
Hair: Red
Eyes: Blue-grey

History:

(Dakota North#1) - Dakota helped train Mad Dog, her secretary, in gunfire, shooting at cardboard cutouts. As Mad Dog got the phone, Detective Amos Culhane came to visit. On the phone, fashion mogul Luke Jacobson called to hire Dakota to act as security against men who were sabotaging his latest work. She took the job, got on her motorcycle, and blew Amos a kiss as she rode away. When she arrived at the Rycom building, she was confused for a fashion model and changed into a yellow dress. When they handed her a makeup face, she realized it was a bomb and tossed it out the window. Jacobson gave her the details of his challenges. When she returned to headquarters after dinner, Amos was there and they had coffee together as they discussed the case.  Ricky soon entered, announcing he was there to live at SJ's orders. Frustrated by this, Dakota was shocked when Amos kissed on the forehead on his way out. Dakota put on a disguise and questioned Jacobson's rival, Kirsch, about his rivalry with Jacobson. Kirsch grew suspicious and had his bodyguard toss knives at Dakota, but she simply tossed one back and walked away. Dakota checked in with Jacobson and his boss, Cleo Vanderlip, about her progress when two men rushed in, gassed the room and kidnapped Jacobson. Dakota rushed after them, chasing their car on a motorcycle down the street and into a Bleumie's store, bursting in through a window and up an escalator. The men opened fire on Dakota, who narrowly evaded the bullets. They finally abandoned Luke, who was completely impressed by Dakota. She returned home and found Ricky lazing around, so she did a judo flip on him to show him who was boss. Dakota went back to work, finding Luke's office in disarray and his assistant Anna Stasio claiming Otto Shanks, an old enemy of SJ's, was behind it. Dakota rushed off to handle things, taking Jacobson with him, and Jacobson promised to follow her lead. Dakota made sure Jacobson would stay in the car while she went in to investigate, though he was reluctant. Jacobson went inside anyway and ended up being held at gunpoint by Shanks. Dakota shot out the light bulb and she and Jacobson fought their way free. When they got out to the car, they found an armed Ricky waiting on his skateboard, as he'd followed them looking for action and having been clued in by Anna where they were. Dakota forced him behind the car to save him from the gunfire. Shanks came out to get them and Dakota shot him, knocking him into the river. Weeks later, Dakota attended a party of Luke's, where he launched a new line of clothing inspired by Dakota. Amos went with her and when they left, Mad Dog and Ricky, dressed just like each other, told her that her father was trying to reach her about her husband.

(Dakota North#2) - In a new dress, Dakota furiously led Ricky to the Rainbow Room to meet her dad, when an arrow nearly struck her. Unable to find the would-be assassin, Dakota found a note attached to the arrow warning her off the case. In the Rainbow Room, they met SJ and his former CIA friend George C. Cooper, who was seeking Dakota's services. Dakota and SJ yelled at each other before the handsome Timas came and asked her dance. She quickly realized that he was the would-be assassin and questioned him, but he kissed her to distract her. As they finished dancing, Dakota walked back to the table and announced she would take the case, showing them the arrow and revealing that Timas had been behind the attack. They saw Cooper lose a gold pen to Ricky in a poker match and Ricky rushed out with it, passed armed guards. As they left the restaurant, Cooper was attacked by armed men, but Dakota fought them off and scared them away. Cooper wanted to go after them then, but she wanted to wait until she had transportation. His publicist, Dianna Glenn, ran to congratulate him on that morning's interview as he discussed the day's series of interviews that lay ahead. Suddenly, his car exploded, shocking them all, and Dakota rushed him down to the subway, where he told her he'd given Ricky a pen full of experimental nerve gas, and confessed this is why men were after them. They soon learned from Dianna Glenn that a man had retrieved Cooper's entire itinerary. In the park, Timas attacked, holding a blade to Dakota's throat. He kissed her again, warning her to get off the case, then rushed off. After having Mad Dog's famous sushi with Amos, Mad Dog, and Cooper, Dakota and Cooper were driving as Timas tried running them down in a monster truck. Dakota evaded on a sidewalk, causing Timas to crash and be taken to the hospital. After watching Cooper on a talk show, Dakota got his first check. She was with Amos, Mad Dog, Cooper, and SJ when she realized that Ricky was missing.

(Dakota North#3) - Dakota was furious at SJ for Ricky being missing, kicking over one of her targets until Amos restrained her, seeking to calm her down, but she rushed out and went home to shower. SJ gave Dakota the news that Ricky had been seen in Paris and she rushed off there despite his request she stay. She asked Mad Dog to contact Yvon, who ran her office in Paris. SJ shocked Dakota by making travel arrangements to Paris for her. Aboard the plane, she was ruminating on the direction her life was taking when the assassin Mister Grey attacked her in the lavatory. Managing to grab her plastic boot knife, she defeated him and left him unconscious during the flight. Dakota rushed off the plane, meeting Yvon and learning that Pierre, Yven, and Thierry wanted her to model their new collections. They met with SJ's contact Guy Beaumontain, who told them that Ricky and Daisy Kane had just departed into the subway, and told them that Daisy had her eyes on Ricky's pen. Frustrated, Dakota went shopping. The next day, after lunch with Yvon, Dakota saw Ricky outside and rushed after him to the Pompidou Museum. He continued walking, not hearing her through his headphones as he played with the pen. As she rushed through the museum, she noticed a security guard get shot, then Jean opened fire on her. She shot back until she ran out of ammunition, then rushed away on a catwalk. She managed to trip Jean and hang him from the roof with a rope. When he confessed that Cleo Vanderlip had hired him, he attacked with a knife and accidentally cut the rope, falling several stories. Dakota climbed back up, feigning victimization to the guards. She tried stopping Ricky from getting on a train, but he couldn't hear her.

(Dakota North#4) - Dakota tried screaming a warning to Ricky, but she fell in her heels, hugely frustrated. Dakota called in to Mad Dog, telling him to look in on Cleo while she rushed to find Ricky in Venice. Mad Dog soon let Dakota know that Amos was on his way to join her, frustrating her. As she ruminated over her feelings for Amos, she upsot two other boatmen who cat-called at her, then took off in her boat to find Ricky. When the train arrived, she couldn't find him anywhere aboard, making her feel like a failure. When she saw Amos, she rushed into his arms for comfort and he promised to help her. They immediately started questioning the patrons near the train and learned that the last train car belonged to Sheik Ibn Bheik and that the car had been dislodged in Switzerland. Dakota and Amos questioned the locals about Ricky, finding him on a hilltop outside of town. She embraced Ricky while yelling at him for disappearing. Amos broke them up and they realized that Sheik Ibn Bheik was approaching with armed men on horseback. As Amos and Ricky ran for it, Dakota drew the men off, though they quickly surrounded her. The Sheik came up close to her, evading her blows and gassing her into submission. She woke up in restraints in his home, where Ricky and Amos were tied up as well. Ricky refused to reveal the location of the pen, so the Sheik had his falcon Brutus destroy several little birds, then threatened to send Brutus against Dakota.

(Dakota North#5) - As the Sheik and his men kept searching for the pen, Ricky was shocked to hear that it was full of nerve gas. The Sheik furiously sent Brutus against Dakota, who managed to duck it at the last second, though tied to a chair. As the bird flew at her again, Ricky sarcastically asked her to be quiet while he watched cartoons. The bird tore open Dakota's pants as the Sheik and his men laughed, then she managed to arrange herself so the claws slashed through her ropes. She kicked Brutus, who flew down at her again. Dakota managed to break the leg off her chair and she knocked the bird out of the air. Furious, Sheik grabbed Rick and put his chair in a pool of water. He then grabbed a TV, threatening to drop it and electrocute him, but Dakota jumped at Ricky and knocked him free. Sheik drew a gun, determined to end things, but Amos managed to trip him, causing Sheik to drop the TV and electrocute himself. Dakota freed Amos and Ricky and they jumped at the others. Ricky revealed he'd hid the pen in the pocket of one of the men. He grabbed the pen and forced them to drop their guns or he would break the pen. The trio rushed out and found a car to escape in, not noticing one of the men had stolen the pen again. Amos kissed Dakota as Ricky noticed the pen was gone. The Sheik and his men fought over the pen, breaking it open and setting the gas free, and Dakota soon found them dead. The group returned to the USA and were greeted by Mad Dog and Cooper. When the doorbell rang, Daisy entered, asking if she could stay.

(Web of Spider-Man#37 (fb) - BTS) A killer dubbed the Slasher slew two fashion models, slicing their faces and cutting their throats. With the police slow to produce results, a coalition of modeling firms clubbed together the money to hire Dakota North to investigate. Meanwhile, SJ had sent Ricky to live with Dakota, and she and SJ grew more estranged.

(Web of Spider-Man#37) - Dakota was called to where the corpse of the Slasher's third victim had just been found, where a detective sergeant, somewhat annoyed at the perceived slight to the force Dakota's hiring suggested, briefed her on the discovery. She returned to see Ricky, who reminded her it was SJ's birthday the next day. Dakota soon learned a mentally ill model named Elyse had attended every fashion expo the Slasher had struck at. Figuring Elyse might be the Slasher, Dakota planned to interview her. Meanwhile, unemployed actor Harvey Finklestein, obsessed with Elyse, hired fellow actor Leslie to threaten Elyse and threaten to be teh Slasher so that Harvey could save her in the nick of time. However, Harvey got stuck in traffic and Elyse's fellow model, Mary-Jane Watson-Parker and her husband Peter (Spider-Man) interrupted the attack; the fake Slasher fled, pursued by Peter, who lost him and ran into Dakota. Suspecting the attack was a set-up, and that Mary-Jane was Elyse's next target, Dakota allayed her suspect's suspicions by claiming she believed the Slasher might be stalking Elyse. She covertly monitored Elyse and Mary-Jane as they went away on a photoshoot. Leslie and Harvey tried their plan a second time, and Leslie attacked the two models in their dressing room, but Leslie locked the door as part of his role, stopping Harvey from coming to the rescue; the two models held their own, however, and escaped. Dakota and Spider-Man both raced to the scene and Spider-Man went after the women while Dakota pursued Leslie, catching up with him on a roller coaster at a fun fair. As he tried escaping down a ladder, she shattered part of it with a shot, trapping him. He confessed he wasn't the Slasher and she shot the last ladder rung, leaving Leslie to be caught by Spider-Man. Dakota chided Spider-Man for not listening to her, and he rushed back just in time to stop Elyse from killing Mary-Jane.

(Power Pack I#46) - Dakota was contacted by young Jack Power, who sought her help in a case in favor of his favorite author, Jessie Wilcox Jones, who was being accused of stealing money she promised to readers. Dakota agreed to take the case for a day and they went to interview Lawrence Fineberg and Moses Horwitz at jail, and the inmates unintentionally revealed that Horwitz had a brother. Dakota checked Jones' employment record and found a Samuel Horwitz working at the Lazy Susan Bar and Grill. When they got there, they found Katie Power outside and the Punisher inside in a bar fight with Samuel. Dakota shot the weapons out of several patrons' hands while Punisher left with Samuel; she and Jack followed on the cycle, jumping a barrier with the secret help of Jack's powers. Though Samuel didn't realize it, his words helped Dakota and the others determine that his brother Jerome had the cash. She donned a small dress and went to see Jerome, flirting wildly and getting him to confess that he'd stolen the cash, but forced her out the door, leaving Punisher to try a tougher approach, but it was also ineffective. Jerome rushed out in a panic, agreeing to confess, a short time later. Dakota figured the kids had something to do with it.

(Marvel Super-Heroes III#3/2) - Out shopping at a local mall, Dakota bought a new outfit, telling the salesperson to bill her father for it and to include a card that said "thanks for the surprise birthday gift." She saw the Wasp battling giant shapeshifter Kingsize, who took the form of a snake and caught the Wasp in his jaws. Dakota shot him several times, not harming Kingsize but freeing the Wasp. As Kingsize batted Dakota aside, Wasp defeated Kingsize. Dakota later warned off an overly familiar paramedic.

(Cage I#1 (fb) - BTS) - Dakota North Investigations was hired by the Chicago Spectator newspaper to dig up a full background on Luke Cage, who they wanted to make their paper's focus for sales.

(Cage I#3 (fb) - BTS) - While looking into Cage's past, Dakota learned that Cage's father, James Lucas, long believed dead by Cage, might actually still be alive.

(Cage I#2 (fb) - BTS) - Dakota kept a paper file on Cage at the office, but kept the information about his father in her head only.

(Cage I#1) - Dakota delivered a briefing to affiliates of the paper, including Analisa Medina, Jeryn Hogarth, Mickey Hamilton, and Mr. Drewston. After Cage was approached, Dakota helped brief him about Elio Angelopoulos III, a criminal businessman the police were closing in on. The paper hired Cage to apprehend him, taking full coverage of the story.

(Cage I#3 (fb) - BTS) - Dakota began running security at the paper.

(Cage I#2) - Dakota found a thief (Hardcore) in her office and he slashed her arm with a shruiken. She opened fire on him, but he escaped out the window in a helicopter. She found Cage's file missing and reported to Teague, glad she'd kept the information in her mind out of the file.

(Cage I#3) - Feeling responsible for the death of a guard killed by the Untouchables' when they'd come after Dakota, Dakota asked Cage to aid him in taking them down, but he refused due to lack of payment. She turned, instead, to the Punisher, who used the pseudonym Mr. Rook. While talking to her contact Teague, she surmised that the criminals had wanted the information she knew about Cage's father. Cage overheard the conversation and burst in angrily, but she refused to be intimidated and threatened to shoot him in the crotch if he didn't back off. Teague then interrupted to tell her of a lead on the Untouchables, and Dakota offered Cage the information on his dad in payment for his help. They suspected Teague had been captured and that they were walking into the trap. As the Punisher watched them, Cage and Dakota went to battle with the Untouchables at Teague's office, and Dakota tried evacuating the building's civilians before Kickback kidnapped her. Dakota appeared to be killed when Nitro detonated.

(Cage I#4) - Kickback saved himself and Dakota by traveling back in time to seconds before the explosion, then fled with his hostage, with Cage and Punisher in hot pursuit. Dakota was delivered to Hardcore, who had her tasered when she tried to escape. Kickback, having developed feelings for Dakota, tried to escape with her, but Hardcore stopped him, promising to let Dakota go when he got the information he needed. Hardcore questioned Dakota, who'd been feigning unconsciousness, just before Cage and Punisher arrived. When Kickback came up stairs, Dakota seized a gun and shot at him, and Punisher soon apparently killed Kickback while the other villains escaped. Dakota called the cops for aid.

(Cage I#6) - When Cage and Mickey went missing, Dakota followed the trail of Cage's father, interviewing Cage's old friend DW Griffith.

(Cage I#8 (fb) - BTS) - Dakota dropped hits across Harlem that she was looking to buy information that would lead her to Cage's father.

(Cage I#8) - In a bar, Dakota interviewed "the Professor", who claimed he had information just before he was shot. She followed the Professor's dog as it raced home, hoping to find the secrets, but found the assassin there looking for the same documents. She managed to knock him off balance and kill him with a thrown boot knife to the forehead. Dakota then found the documents: letters written by Cage to his father years before. Finding an address for Lazy Cactus Apartments in Phoenix, Arizona, Dakota rushed off to go there.

(Cage I#10) - In Phoenix, Dakota was on the phone with Teague when James Lucas, who she'd been staking out, moved for a taxi. She stopped him, having to slam him up against the cab to get his attention, when Hardcore stopped the interaction with a gun. Hardcore pulled Lucas away, tossed an explosion at Dakota, and drove away. Dakota barely jumped free from the explosion.

(Cage I#11) - Dakota rushed into Jeryn Hogarth's office, insisting he contact Cage immediately. She found Iron Fist (Danny Rand) there and traveled with him to a local hospital, where Cage was rumored to be with young Mickey Hamilton. However, Cage had been kidnapped by a helicopter, and Dakota had rushed to track him.

(Cage I#12) - As Cage was believed dead, Dakota attended his funeral alongside Iron Fist, the Thing, Mickey, Analisa, Jeryn, and others. Not trusting Mickey's claims of innocence, Dakota dressed as Hardcore, stopped an assassin outside Mickey's window, then coerced the truth out of Mickey, that he'd been promised by Hardcore that his cancer would be cured if Mickey manipulated Cage, though Mickey claimed to have a change of heart at the last minute. Dakota revealed herself and she and Mickey rushed back to her office, where they met Iron Fist and tracked Cage to a remote island, where Cruz Bushmaster and Hardcore were holding him hostage. Using one of Mickey's helicopters, they got close to the island and battled security up to a castle before Mickey seemingly turned traitor again, taking Iron Fist and Dakota hostage. When they got inside, however, Mickey turned the gun on Hardcore and they helped save the captive Mr. and Mrs. Noah Burstein, but Bushmaster revealed his new powerful state, calling himself Power Master. Dakota rushed the others outside while Cage and Iron Fist fought their foe.

(Cage I#13) - Dakota accompanied Cage to the airport to drop off Iron Fist, and agreed to continue helping him search for his father and brother. After Cage stopped a psychotic man from shooting a little girl, Cage was attacked outside by a powerful robot. Dakota shot a gun out of the Tinkerer's hand after the robot was destroyed, and the Tinkerer promised he could lead Cage to his father and brother, as well as the Tinkerer's son, the Agent (Rick Mason) held by the Corporation. Dakota advised him not to listen, but Cage did.

(Cage I#14) - Cage and Dakota broke into the Corporation headquarters, using the Tinkerer's help to scramble their defenses. While Dakota snuck through a series of traps, Cage had to break his way in. Tinkerer continued communicating with her via comm-link, telling her Cage was seeking to free his father while she was to focus on the Agent. As her sensors told her she was right next to the Agent, he came bursting through the wall to her. The Assassin Nation threatened Cage's father, forcing Dakota to drop her gun, though she relayed Cage for help first. Cage rushed to them while Karl Malus ordered them to stand down, killing James when they didn't comply. As they battled free, Dakota flipped Shooter over her shoulder, but the villains soon retreated.

(Cage I#15) - Though Dakota was frustrated that Cage was off on a mission so soon after finding his father, she helped Cage track information on a client of his called Terror, Inc. She spent the next several hours looking into an item he'd been hired to retrieve.

(Cage I#19-20) - Dakota got smacked around by the Bogeyman-possessed Cage a bit and it shook her faith in Cage for a little while, but she was soon back on the case. She came between Cage and the police and helped Cage resist the Bogeyman's control. Cage controlled himself long enough for Dakota to take him to the Fantastic Four in search of help, but the Bogeyman-controlled Cage went wild again and fought Thing, the Human Torch and Dakota until Cage finally forced the Bogeyman out. Cage seemingly died in the process, but Dakota was secretly aware of his survival and met up with him afterward, saying she would help tie up his loose ends in Chicago and that she and the Fantastic Four would try to help clear his name after the Bogeyman business, but that he could stay "dead" with her help while the heat's on.

(Black Panther III#31) - Hired by M'Koni to investigate her husband, Wheeler, Dakota North tracked Wheeler down and took pictures of him in bed with Nakia (Malice). Later, she found a car trailing her on her bike and she opened fire on it, only to discover it was Black Panther (T'Challa) inside. He invited her to get in, revealed he know about her tracking of Wheeler, and hired her to watch out for Monica Lynne, ordering her to make it obvious as Malice would be after her. She agreed, shocked when he dropped her off near her bike, which had been moved.

(Black Panther III#32) - Dakota met with Monica, meeting her up on the roof of her building. Monica helped Dakota realize that the Panther knew what he was doing and was only using them as pawns in his plot against Malice. Monica took her to the movies, but they left halfway through to go shopping. While Dakota challenged Monica's commitment to the Panther and waited for her to change, a gunshot went off and Dakota noticed someone cutting through the mirror and opened fire. She realized that Malice had put men under her control with Jufeiro root and shot a cop, though his vest protected him. A priest entered and he and the cop shot each other, though one bullet grazed Dakota's shoulder, causing her to complain about her favorite jacket being ruined.

(Black Panther III#33) - Dakota and Monica snuck into the Wakandan Consulate through the vents, feeling like something was wrong. They found Omoro, the butler and security guard, also under Malice's control and worried that Panther was in danger. They soon found Panther on the upper floors, sneaking through the window on a ledge. Panther was frustrated that they'd scared Malice off, telling them he'd had things under control. He left to find her and Malice attacked then, choking Dakota with a wire before Panther returned. Malice was soon defeated and Dakota got medical care.

(Daredevil II#82 (fb) - BTS) - Dakota was hired to provide security and investigative work for the law firm of Matt Murdock (who'd recently been incarcerated for being Daredevil) and Franklin “Foggy” Nelson. They started working with new attorney Becky Blake as well.

(Daredevil II#82) - Dakota checked in with Foggy, informing him that her FBI contact informed her that Murdock was being moved into general population. Dakota accompanied Foggy to visit Matt and Foggy introduced them. Matt seemed hopeless and he asked about his wife, Milla Donovan. As Foggy and Dakota were leaving, they were ushered into a dark hallway where Dakota was slapped and restrained while a man savagely beat and stabbed Foggy. She rushed to help him as medical attention arrived.

(Daredevil II#83 (fb) - BTS) - Dakota rode with Foggy in the ambulance, but he seemingly died.

(Daredevil II#83) - Dakota attended Foggy's funeral alongside Matt (in restraints), Becky, Milla, Ben Urich, Rosalind Sharpe, Luke Cage, Danny Rand, Jessica Jones, and others. Dakota sadly wheeled Becky away. Later, at the bar, Urich approached Dakota and she learned Foggy's murderer had been found killed and that Matt, in gen. pop., had savagely attacked the Owl. Urich asked Dakota to help him track down the man who was acting as the new Daredevil.

(Daredevil II#84 (fb) - BTS) - Dakota bought pictures of the new Daredevil from her old contact Drivin' Ivan.

(Daredevil II#84) -She took Urich to meet Murphy, who told them, for a hundred bucks, that attorney Alton Lennox was connected to the new Daredevil. Urich worried it was a setup.

(Daredevil II#85) - Dakota found Lennox's office empty with no forwarding address. She called to tell Urich.

(Daredevil II#87) - Dakota was pursuing another lead through her contact at the IRS. As she was talking to Urich on the phone, thugs Chico and Merv rushed at her. She disarmed Merv and rushed down the road as Chico chased her. The new Daredevil leapt down and disarmed both men and Dakota easily realized that the new Daredevil was Danny Rand when he spoke to her. That night, she took a reluctant Urich to break into Lennox's office, where they found Murdock (in his Daredevil uniform and broken out of prison) and Iron Fist (Rand's usual hero identity). After overcoming their confusion, they found the office empty, and Dakota showed them up by hitting reprint on the fax machine, discovering Lennox had flown to Monaco. Dakota went back to the bar and listened to the news of Murdock's escape, he having feigned being a hostage of the Punisher. Murdock traveled to Monaco to avenge Foggy.

(Daredevil II#90 - BTS) - Dakota tracked Lilly and Lennox for Matt Murdock. She found them in Sintra, a village near Lisbon in Portugal.

(Daredevil II#93) - After discovering Vanessa Fisk was behind many of his woes, Matt returned to the USA, where all charges were dropped against him. Dakota was present at his press conference until a reporter slandered him and she escorted him inside. They were all shocked when Foggy turned out to be alive, having been in Witness Protection all this time.

(Daredevil II#97) - Dakota met Matt for lunch, hearing their challenges with clearing the insane Melvin Potter (Gladiator) from recent murders. Matt's tenuous ally Lily Lucca, who'd developed powers to awaken scent memories in others, met them and Dakota was assigned to help Lily find the source of her powers.

(Daredevil II#99) - Lily and Dakota were working on looking into the source of the perfume that gave her powers while Dakota ran a background check on Potter's public defender. Dakota asked Foggy how Matt was doing, as Milla had recently been attacked by Potter, then he flirted with Lily, causing Dakota to think he had no hope. Dakota was excited about a potential lead she may have found when Foggy and Lily left to walk Milla home. Milla ended up acting out madly against Lily in the subway, unintentionally knocking a civilian in front of the subway and killing him.

(Ms. Marvel II#17 - BTS) - Working for Sarah Day, Dakota gathered information on William Wagner, discovering he was Kree.

(Daredevil II#101 (fb) - BTS) - Dakota contacted Kurtz, her contact on the NYPD, and he agreed to help Daredevil go through a crime scene, connecting Daredevil's problems to Mr. Fear.

(Daredevil II#101) - Against Foggy and Becky's warnings, Dakota went to see Matt at his office, though he was angry over his wife's imprisonment. He yelled at her to get out and she put him in his place. After he calmed down, she told him her police connection, then admitted she knew he was Daredevil and suggested he sneak into the prison to visit Milla.

(Daredevil II#102) - Dakota accompanied Matt and Foggy to the district attorney's office. Kurtz called to let her know that one of Fear's stooges, Ox, was fighting in the streets, so Matt rushed off to handle it.

(Daredevil Annual II#1) - Matt put the recently paroled Carlos LaMuerto to work with Dakota, though she was incredibly reluctant to work with the former Black Tarantula. As she complained to Matt, Carlos entered and started investigating a string of murders in the town. She grew impatient as she tried teaching him how to use the computer, and he rushed out when she had to fix the computer for him. Dakota later gave Matt everything she'd found on the murders.

(Daredevil II#105) - After Matt defeated Fear and discovered that Milla had to be put into a mental hospital due to Fear driving her incurably insane, Dakota checked with her Interpol source to see if the missing Lily had fled to Europe. Foggy and Dakota did their best to support a destitute Matt.

(Daredevil II#106) - Dakota drove Matt out to visit Milla, as she had for the past three weeks, enjoying the silence in the car. When Matt was informed that he could no longer see Milla, he kicked Dakota's car in frustration. Trying to comfort him, she took Matt to the Irish Rose bar and got him a drink. She listened to him talk over his sorrows and his lost loves. When he started a bar fight, she tackled him and rushed him outside, worried more than ever about him. Worrying he was over the edge, Dakota tried to console him, but he rushed off. Dakota called Urich and Foggy to check in.

(Daredevil II#107) - When Cage asked for a meeting, Dakota picked up coffee and picked him up, frustrated when he suspected she'd been followed. She heard that he'd asked Daredevil for help, but Murdock had refused, then Cage asked her to help him clear Big Ben Donovan, who was on death row for killing three kids: David, Ethan, and Frances Callinan. Dakota discussed the complexity of the case with Foggy and Becky, noting that Donovan had confessed to the crimes. Dakota met with Alex Kurtz, who got him the police record, including the grisly crime photos. She learned that the father, Henry Callinan, had gone missing, and that Donovan had not confessed to the murder. The next day, Dakota visited Donovan at Sing-Sing, where she recorded his confession and discussed his conversion to Islam. She drove to a local diner, where a man punched her in the back of the head, warning her to drop the case. She went to Matt for help while she tended to her wound. She quickly grew frustrated with his self-despair, told him about the case, and left the tape behind for him.

(Daredevil II#108) - Cage visited Dakota at her apartment, where she had pictures from her modeling days hanging on the walls. Matt soon came to visit, and she was shocked to see and hear that Donovan had roughed him up at the jail. Matt stated that Donovan was innocent, and that he'd look into things. Dakota returned to the diner where she was assaulted and got a copy of the security tape, getting an image of her attacker. Kurtz helped her gather mug shot books to search for her perpetrator, as he argued with her about Donovan's guilt. When policeman Warren walked by, he identified the picture as an officer, Moss. Dakota attacked Moss, who'd been riding his motorcycle, with a few blows from a baseball bat. She grabbed his gun and demanded to know the truth about Donovan. He refused to tell her a thing and advised she watch herself. She tossed the gun back and walked away. After not speaking to Dakota for years, SJ visited her apartment and advised her to back off the Donovan case.

(Daredevil II#109) - Dakota ordered SJ out, but he ordered her to get off the case, telling her she was impeding national security. Dakota talked to Foggy, Matt, and Becky about her father's intervention and Moss's job as a fed, and learned that Donovan had tried killing himself. They weighed their options. Becky and Dakota agreed to look into Donovan's past while Daredevil tracked down Henry Callinan. Becky and Dakota ordered pizza and drinks, and Becky warned Dakota not to get involved with Matt, but Dakota denied there was anything there. Becky soon pointed out cancelled checks to a trust fund Donovan had set up. They soon tracked the trust fund to Donovan's son, Benjamin Donovan, Jr, and Dakota went to see him at Columbia University. She told Little Ben about the trust fund. As she left, she called Becky just before she was shot through the shoulder by Moss.

(Daredevil II#110) - Dakota was rushed to the hospital, where she got out of surgery soon. Matt, Becky, and Foggy came to visit her, but she was unconscious. Daredevil and SJ soon saw the true murderer, Floyd, an agent of Eric Slaughter's, held accountable for his crimes. Moss, as well, was arrested. Matt thanked Dakota for getting him back into action.

(Daredevil II#111) - Matt took a skeptical Dakota to see Iron Fist, who was able to speed the natural healing of her wound, shocking Dakota. While walking in Central Park, Dakota and Matt flirted a bit and he offered to show her some stretches before rushing off to stop a mugging. At his home, they practiced techniques and he was impressed with her prowess. She confided that her modeling days had been a big lie for her, and he confided in her about his memories of his father's death. They soon found themselves kissing and Dakota fell asleep in his bed after they made love.

(Daredevil II#112) - Dakota woke up to find Matt gone. Immediately regretting her actions, she soon saw Murdock getting arrested and saw the claim in the newspaper that Daredevil was a suspected killer. Using her connections, Dakota reported to Kurtz she'd been with Murdock all night, giving him an alibi. Murdock was not pleased with the news being made public, and Dakota asked if they could talk things over. They went for a walk and Matt expressed guilt over his actions, but she tried to gloss things over, saying it didn't mean anything. They returned to Matt's apartment to find Black Tarantula in restraints and Master Izo of the Hand waiting to talk.

(Daredevil II#113) - Dakota listened to Matt, Master Izo, and Carlos LaMuerto discuss the danger of the Hand. Iron Fist showed up, also having been attacked, and they discussed Master Izo's origins with the Hand. Dakota soon got a call from Kurtz, who informed her the witness to the supposed Daredevil killings had been murdered. He worried cop Slater would move on Murdock. That night, she drove Murdock up to see Milla, trying to make sure she was safe. He worried he was expecting too much of Dakota, but she put his fears to rest.

(Daredevil II#114) - Dakota reported to Matt and Foggy at their office that Milla's parents were there to see them. During the tense meeting with Mr. and Mrs. Donovan and their attorneys Maki Matsumoto and David Roth, Dakota tried to ease tensions by delivering coffee. When the Donovans saw her, they were furious, and produced photos of her affair with Matt. She avoided his calls later.

(Daredevil II#115) - Dakota overheard Matt's intention to fight for Milla.

(Daredevil II#117 (fb)) - The private investigator, Perkins, approached Milla, returning the memory card that contained the photographs of she and Matt. He stammered, with his broken nose, that this should make Daredevil happy.

(Daredevil II#117) - Dakota sat by Matt and Foggy as they had a disposition with Milla's parents, Mr. Donovan and his wife Emma, where she they'd hired Perkins. Later, Dakota angrily confronted Matt, who'd been exercising at his house, on his actions against Perkins. Dakota furiously denied all of Matt's attempts to reason with her, and he was soon interrupted by a call from Chico. Dakota walked away from Matt, quitting her job and sending her apologies to Foggy and Becky.

(Daredevil II#118) - Dakota woke up in the middle of the night five days later and wondered if Matt was watching in her window.

(Daredevil II#119) - Foggy told Dakota he'd hired Matt. They both felt like they'd let Matt down and Foggy asked Dakota to look for him. Soon, Dakota waited outside a donut shop and followed Turk Barrett back to the Kingpin. After sneaking in, she took pictures of his meeting with Lady Bullseye, who threw two blades into Dakota's shoulder when she sensed her. The Owl then leapt down and knocked Dakota out with a punch.

(Daredevil I#500) - Owl savagely struck the unconscious Dakota to wake her up and promised to continue hurting her so he could get proper revenge on Daredevil. As Owl yelled at the operatives that he was in charge and he prepared to really hurt Dakota, Daredevil and Master Izo attacked. Owl, shocked, threatened to tear Dakota's throat out, but Master Izo threw a sword through his shoulder. Dakota kicked him backward, then Daredevil savagely defeated him. Dakota told them about Lady Bullseye and her overhearing their plans to attack Foggy, but Master Izo assured them Foggy was safe. The next day, Dakota and Foggy found Matt's house open and a note that said he'd be gone for a while.

(Daredevil I#501) - Dakota brought Foggy and Becky donuts as a peace offering and heard about the murders of Judge Walden and Detectives Haley and Rollinson and the suspicions of the Hand behind the recent corruption in the city, as well as the murder of over a hundred innocents by Bullseye. They wondered about Matt's recent history and what he'd gotten himself into.

(Daredevil I#503) - Dakota, hearing that Foggy got disbarred for fighting with a corrupt judge in court, was told by Blake that they could no longer afford her services. She then opened a letter to discover investigator's license had been revoked. The trio suspected foul play.

(Daredevil I#504) - Dakota and a reluctant Foggy took photos of Judge Kramer (who'd disbarred Foggy) to his hotel room to blackmail him for information. They caught him with a young junkie, who Dakota told to go clean up, then learned that Fisk, not Osborn, was behind the plot against them. Later, they found the streets on fire after Daredevil and the Hand had had a public battle with corrupt police forces. They were shocked to learn the police had been seen being dragged away underground.

(Daredevil I#508) - Dakota, Becky, and Foggy watched a to-be-published news report (acquired by Dakota from a private source) of Daredevil stabbing and killing Bullseye. Foggy immediately jumped to Matt's defense, but Dakota wondered if Matt had finally gone too far. Dakota and Foggy later tried to see Matt in Shadowland, but they were stopped by a barricade, then turned away by White Tiger and the Hand. As they drove away, their car was hit by arrows, causing them to flip. As Dakota struggled to get Foggy out of the car, a group of Hand ninjas attacked.

(Daredevil I#509) - While Foggy lay unconscious, Dakota killed several ninjas with her gun, then was hit with a throwing star in the shoulder. Before she could be killed, her car exploded, and she killed more with her recovered gun despite a potential concussion. She and Foggy were narrowly saved by Power Man and Iron Fist, who killed the remaining ninjas. Foggy still doubted that Matt was behind this. While several heroes planned to approach Matt, Dakota and Foggy went into hiding at one of Kurtz's safe houses. She was shocked when an explosion ripped into Shadowland.

(Daredevil I#510) - Dakota and Foggy hid out in a seedy motel, where she continually reminded him to stay away from the window. When Hand ninjas attacked, Dakota killed several with her gun, taking a throwing star to the shoulder. Foggy was nearly killed, but Black Tarantula arrived and saved him, killing the last ninja. He told them these ninjas were not part of his group and that the city was turning in on itself. Later, Foggy and Dakota joined up with Master Izo, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist, who were discussing how Matt had been taken over by a demon called the Beast. As Foggy discussed the Kingpin's complicity, the Kingpin himself entered and said they would need to act soon to save the city, claiming innocence in all of this. Determined to pick up Becky and get out of the city, Dakota and Foggy drove only to have their car stopped by rioting citizens. They were dragged from the car screaming.

(Daredevil I#511) - While looking for Foggy, Dakota got caught up in the riot in Hell's Kitchen as the citizens of the city rampaged, and she had to fight off a man who attacked her. She soon ran into Kurtz, who was leading the police against the riot. After learning more about Shadowland, she rushed into the riot in an attempt to find Becky Blake. She found her at the office, struggling out of her wheelchair to escape a burning building.

(Daredevil I#512) - Dakota, Becky, and Foggy looked at the remains of the law office and wondered what to do next. Hearing that Judge Kramer had killed himself (likely due to the Kingpin's influence), Foggy planned to get reinstated, but while he remained loyal to Matt, Dakota and Becky felt like they needed to focus on their own lives from there forward. Dakota soon tracked down the Black Tarantula, who was recuperating at the clinic of the Night Nurse (who was none-too-happy to see Dakota). She learned from him the details of his injuries, his efforts inside the Hand to stop Daredevil, and the moral fall of the White Tiger.

(Captain Marvel VII#9) - When she couldn't fly due to a brain disease, Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel) reached out to Dakota North to help her learn to navigate a flying motorcycle. After talking to Wendy Kawasaki, they looked for the new Deathbird. Dakota helped defeat several armed men.

(Captain Marvel VII#11) - Dakota found a lead on Deathbird and accompanied Captain Marvel to an old apartment. Dakota helped Captain Marvel overcome the armed thugs they found there.

(Captain Marvel VII#13) - Dakota North, Captain Marvel, Tracy Burke, Frank Gianelli, Spider-Woman, Wendy Kawasaki, and Bruce Banner sat down to discuss Carol's health problems and the villain behind them. After obtaining video footage from landlord Virgil Zimmerman, and they coordinated with SWORD to repel Kree Setry attacks, realizing Magnitron of the Kree was behind the attacks.

(Avengers Assemble II#17) - Dakota, Wendy, and the Wasp helped Captain Marvel and her allies track Magnitron. They soon helped evacuate civilians from the apartment building to keep them safe.

Comments: Created by Martha Thomases and Tony Salmons.

I wonder if Dakota inspired real-life model-turned-bounty hunter Domino Harvey?
By the way, Dakota North has often gotten dismissed as a knock-off of Ms. Tree, so much so that I point you to this amusing pair of advertisements.
Dakota North Ad
Ms. Tree Ad
--Per Degaton

Special thanks to Stuart Vandal & Sean McQuaid for his help with this profile!

Dakota North received an entry in the Marvel Legacy: 1980s Handbook.

Profile by Chadman.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Dakota North has no known connections to


Yvon Berse

(Dakota North#3) - Yvon, the manager of Dakota North's office in Paris, France, was contacted by her American operative Mad Dog to let him know Dakota was coming. Dakota rushed off the plane, meeting Yvon and learning that Pierre, Yven, and Thierry wanted her to model their new collections. They met with Dakota's contact Guy Beaumontain, who told them that Ricky and Daisy Kane had just departed into the subway, and told them that Daisy had her eyes on Ricky's pen. Frustrated, Dakota went shopping. Dakota had a brief lunch with Yvon before going back to work.

--Dakota North#3













Detective Amos Culhane

(Dakota North#1) - Detective Amos Culhane went to invite private investigator Dakota North to invite her to coffee. Mad Dog greeted him and he watched Dakota practice gunfire, take new client Luke Jacobson, blow Amos a kiss, and ride away on her motorcycle. Amos waited for Dakota at her office, needing to discuss her case, and they had coffee together. Her brother Ricky soon arrived, announcing that he was there to live, and Amos showed himself out, kissing her on the forehead as he left. Weeks later, Amos attended a party with Dakota, where Jacobson launched a new clothing line. As they left, Mad Dog and Ricky, dressed like each other, delivered the news that Dakota's dad, SJ North, was trying to contact her about her husband.

(Dakota North#2) - Dakota had lunch with Amos and George Cooper. After serving his famous sushi, Mad Dog convinced Amos that Dakota's heart was not yet taken. Mad Dog and Amos were there later with SJ, Cooper, and Dakota when they realized Ricky was missing.

(Dakota North#3) - Dakota was furious at SJ for Ricky being missing, kicking over one of her targets until Amos restrained her, seeking to calm her down, but she rushed out. SJ gave Dakota the news that Ricky had been seen in Paris and she rushed off there despite his request she stay. She asked Mad Dog to contact Yvon, who ran her office in Paris. Amos was jealous of Yvon and sad that Dakota hadn't said goodbye to him.

(Dakota North#4) - Mad Dog was hanging with Amos when Dakota called to check in, asking him to look into Cleo Vanderlip while she pursued Ricky to Venice. Amos decided to put caution to the wind and join Dakota in Venice. He took time off from the force, though his captain chided him, and packed. He prepared to take his cat Furillo to Mrs. Rossi, but Dakota's supposed friend Cleo Vanderlip showed up to watch the cat for him. When Dakota saw Amos in Venice, she rushed into his arms for comfort and he promised to help her. They immediately started questioning the patrons near the train and learned that the last train car belonged to Sheik Ibn Bheik and that the car had been dislodged in Switzerland. As they searched for clues, Dakota saw word of a train car crash in Grindelwald and rushed off to find Ricky. Dakota and Amos questioned the locals about Ricky, finding him on a hilltop outside of town. She embraced Ricky while yelling at him for disappearing. Amos broke them up and they realized that Sheik Ibn Bheik was approaching with armed men on horseback. As Amos and Ricky ran for it, Dakota drew the men off, though they quickly gassed her. She woke up in restraints in his home, where Ricky and Amos were tied up as well. Ricky refused to reveal the location of the pen, so the Sheik had his falcon Brutus destroy several little birds, then threatened to send Brutus against Dakota.

(Dakota North#5) - As the Sheik and his men kept searching for the pen, Ricky was shocked to hear that it was full of nerve gas. The Sheik furiously sent Brutus against Dakota, who managed to duck it at the last second, though tied to a chair. As the bird flew at her again, Ricky sarcastically asked her to be quiet while he watched cartoons. The bird tore open Dakota's pants as the Sheik and his men laughed, then she managed to arrange herself so the claws slashed through her ropes. She kicked Brutus, who flew down at her again. Dakota managed to break the leg off her chair and she knocked the bird out of the air. Furious, Sheik grabbed Rick and put his chair in a pool of water. He then grabbed a TV, threatening to drop it and electrocute him, but Dakota jumped at Ricky and knocked him free. Sheik drew a gun, determined to end things, but Amos managed to trip him, causing Sheik to drop the TV and electrocute himself. Dakota freed Amos and Ricky and they jumped at the others. Ricky revealed he'd hid the pen in the pocket of one of the men. He grabbed the pen and forced them to drop their guns or he would break the pen. The trio rushed out and found a car to escape in, not noticing one of the men had stolen the pen again. Amos kissed Dakota as Ricky noticed the pen was gone. The Sheik and his men fought over the pen, breaking it open and setting the gas free, and Dakota soon found them dead. The group returned to the USA and were greeted by Mad Dog and Cooper. When the doorbell rang, Daisy entered, asking if she could stay.

--Dakota North#1 (Dakota North#1-5


Pierre, Yven, and Thierry

(Dakota North#3 - BTS) - French fashion designers Pierre, Yven, and Thierry wanted Dakota North to model their new collections.

--Dakota North#3 (Dakota North#3 - BTS


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Dakota North#1, cover
Marvel Legacy: 1980s p38, pan1
Daredevil II#112, p7, pan3 (3rd)
Dakota North#1, p12, pan4 (Amos Culhane)
Dakota North#3, p9, pan2 (Yvon)


Appearances:
Dakota North#1-5 (June, 1986-February, 1987) - Martha Thomases (writer), Tony Salmons (penciler/inker), Larry Hama (editor)
Web of Spider-Man#37 (April, 1988) - Jim Owsley (writer), Steve Geiger (penciler), Keith Williams (inker), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Power Pack I#46 (May, 1989) - Terry Austin (writer), Whilce Portacio (penciler), Mark Badger (inker), Carl Potts (editor)
Marvel Super-Heroes III#3/2 (September, 1990) - Dwight Zimmerman (writer), Amanda Connor (penciler), Brad Vancata (inker), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Cage I#1-4 (April-July, 1992) - Marcus McLaurin (writer), Dwayne Turner (penciler), Chris Ivy (inker), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Cage I#6 (September, 1992) - Marcus McLaurin (writer), Dwayne Turner (penciler), Chris Ivy (inker), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Cage I#8 (November, 1992) - Marcus McLaurin (writer), Dwayne Turner (penciler), Chris Ivy (inker), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Cage I#10 (January, 1993) - Marc McLaurin (writer), Dwayne Turner (penciler), Chris Ivy (inker), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Cage I#11 (February, 1993) - Marc McLaurin (writer), Gordon Purcell (penciler), Andrew Pepoy (inker), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Cage I#12 (March, 1993) - Marc McLaurin (writer), Dwayne Turner (penciler), Chris Ivy (inker), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Cage I#13 (April, 1993) - Marc McLaurin (writer), Scott Benefiel (penciler), Frank Turner (inker), Chris Cooper (editor)
Cage I#14 (May, 1993) - Marc McLaurin (writer), Paris Cullins (penciler), Frank Turner (inker), Chris Cooper (editor)
Cage I#15 (June, 1993) - Marc McLaurin (writer), Scott Benefiel (penciler), Frank Turner (inker), Chris Cooper (editor)
Cage I#19-20 (October-November, 1993) - Marc McLaurin (writer), Brian Pelletier (penciler), Frank Turner (inker), Chris Cooper (editor)
Black Panther III#31-33 (June-August, 2001) - Priest (writer), Sal Velluto (penciler), Bob Almond (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Daredevil II#82-85 (April-July, 2006) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#87 (September, 2006) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#90 (December, 2006) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#93 (March, 2007) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#97 (June, 2007) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#99 (September, 2007) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Ms. Marvel II#17 (September, 2007) - Brian Reed (writer), Aaron Lopresti (penciler), Matt Ryan (inker), Bill Rosemann (editor)
Daredevil II#101-102 (November-December, 2007) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil Annual II#1 (December, 2007) - Ed Brubaker, Ande Parks (writer), Leandro Fernandez (penciler), Scott Koblish (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#105 (April, 2008) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#106 (May, 2008) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Paul Azaceta (penciler/inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#107-110 (July-October, 2008) - Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka (writers), Michael Lark (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#111 (November, 2008) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Clay Mann (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano (inker), Warren Simons (editor)
Daredevil II#112-115 (December, 2008-March, 2009) - Ed Brubaker (writer), 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)
Daredevil I#501 (December, 2009) - Andy Diggle (writer), Roberto de la Torre (penciler/inker), Warren Simons/Stephen Wacker (editors)
Daredevil I#503-504 (February-March, 2010) - Andy Diggle (writer), Roberto de la Torre (penciler/inker), Warren Simons/Stephen Wacker (editors)
Daredevil I#508 (September, 2010) - Andy Diggle, Antony Johnston (writers), Roberto de la Torre (penciler/inker), Stephen Wacker (editor)
Daredevil I#509-511 (October-December, 2010) - Andy Diggle, Antony Johnston (writers), Marco Checchetto (penciler/inker), Stephen Wacker (editor)
Daredevil I#512 (February, 2011) - Andy Diggle, Antony Johnston (writers), Marco Checchetto (penciler/inker), Stephen Wacker (editor)
Captain Marvel VII#9 (March, 2013) - Kelly-Sue DeConnick, Christopher Sebela (writers), Filipe Andrade (penciler/inker), Sana Amanat (editor)
Captain Marvel VII#11 (May, 2013) - Kelly Sue DeConnick (writer), Filipe Andrade (art), Sana Amanat (editor)
Captain Marvel VII#13 (July, 2013) - Kelly Sue DeConnick (writer), Scott Hepburn, Gerardo Sandoval (artists), Sana Amanat, Lauren Sankovitch (editors)
Avengers Assemble II#17 (September, 2013) - Kelly Sue DeConnick (writer), Matteo Buffagni (penciler), Pepe Larraz (inker), Lauren Sankovitch, Sana Amanat (editors)


Last updated: 12/25/13

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