Real Name: Blake Tower

Identity/Class: Human

Occupation: Attorney

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Sharon Banks, Beast (Hank McCoy), Pierce Benedict, Black Widow (Natasha Romanova), Mallory Book, Brady, Blonde Phantom (Louise Mason), Michael Brayden, William Carver, Miss Channing, Stu Cicero, Judge Coffin, James D'Angelo, Falcon (Sam Wilson), Fantastic Four (Human Torch/Johnny Storm, Invisible Woman/Susan Richards, Mr. Fantastic/Reed Richards, Thing/Ben Grimm), Nick Fury, Uri Geller, Gillis, William Hao, Helen, Patrick Hinds, Human Torch (John Storm), Ian Hunter, Iron Fist (Daniel Rand), Lorenzo Jacobi, Arkady Jadnoski, J. Jonah Jameson, Edwin Jarvis, Captain John, Lt. Kris Keating, Tyrone King, Misty Knight, Martin Li, Ludovich, Kathy Malper, Dr. Molle, Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers), Candace Nelson, Franklin "Foggy" Nelson, O'Riley, Norman Osborn, Karen Page, Power Man (Luke Cage), Lt. Bert Rose, Bernadette Rosenthal, Rafael Scarfe, Rosalind Sharpe, She-Hulk (Jennifer Walters), Slyde (Jalome Beecher), Dr. Armstrong Smith, Ms. Smithers, Spencer Smythe, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Spider-Man (Ben Reilly), Stern, Thing (Ben Grimm), Eugene "Flash" Thompson, Mary Jane Watson, Colleen Wing, Winter Soldier (James Barnes), Wolverine (James "Logan" Howlett), Wonder Man (Simon Williams), Young Avengers (Stature/Cassandra Lang, Vision/Jonas)

Enemies: Batroc the Leaper, Boomerang (Fred Myers), John Bushmaster, Col. Eschat, Doctor Faustus (Johann Fennhoff), Maxwell Glenn, Jester (Jonathan Powers), Kaine, Maggia, Mind-Wave (Erik Gelden), Mister Hyde (Calvin Zabo), Nightshade (Tilda Johnson), Ox (Raymond Bloch), Rockwall, Sin (Sinthea Shmidt), Carmine Villanova, Nino Villanova

Known Relatives: Unidentified wife, two unidentified daughters, Luke Tower (son)

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: New York City, New York

First Appearance: (In image) Daredevil I#124, (actual appearance) Daredevil I#129

Powers/Abilities: Blake Tower is a talented prosecutor with a long history of working as the district attorney. Accustomed to political crisis, Tower has successfully navigated the complex landscape of super-heroes, with close connections to Daredevil, Spider-Man, the Avengers, She-Hulk, and other super-heroes.

Height: 6'2"
Weight: 195 lbs.
Eyes: Blue
Hair: White (balding); formerly blonde

(Sensational She-Hulk I#4 (fb) - BTS) - Blake Tower married and had two daughters.

(Spider-Man/Human Torch I#5 (fb) - BTS) - Blake also had a son named Luke, who had thick brown hair and glasses.

(Daredevil I#124 (fb) - BTS) - Despite having no political power base, the blonde and handsome Blake Tower announced his intention to run against Foggy Nelson for district attorney, and began pushing posters all over town, worrying Foggy and his campaign manager, Brady.

(Daredevil I#125 - BTS) - Foggy saw a political ad that made him look like a fool, and he wondered if Brady had sponsored it and was secretly working with Tower.

(Daredevil I#126 - BTS) - Foggy learned that the embarrassing ads were still being run, and that TV time was being stolen. He suspected Tower was behind it.

(Daredevil I#128 - BTS) - Tower called to set up a meeting with Foggy Nelson, but Tower soon cancelled it.

(Daredevil I#129) - Blake Tower dropped by the district attorney's office and was shown in to Foggy Nelson by his secretary, Helen. Tower apologized for being so busy lately, but he promised Foggy he wasn't running the smear ads and wanted only a clean campaign. He left abruptly, promising they would get together soon.

(Daredevil I#130) - When an ad showed up of Foggy Nelson saying he was unfit to lead, Foggy called Tower in a Fury. Blake Tower promised to find out what had happened, but it was too late, and Foggy lost the election.

(Daredevil I#131) - Tower met with Daredevil, impressed with his recent defeat of the Rocketeers gang.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#155) - Blake Tower gathered J. Jonah Jameson, Peter Parker, and others, including police officer Gillis, to launch the Worldwide Habitual Offenders database, but when they entered the room, they found Dr. Armstrong Smith dead.

(Daredevil I#133) - At Tower's request, Lt. Bert Rose escorted Daredevil downtown to meet with psychic Uri Geller. Geller offered to help Daredevil take down the new criminal, Mind-Wave.

(Daredevil I#134) - Hearing bizarre news reports that Daredevil had murdered someone, Tower checked in with Rose, who confirmed the hero hadn't.

(Daredevil I#135 (fb) - BTS) - The bizarre fake news reports continued to roll in, and Daredevil was publicly accused of killing the Jester. Tower met with Daredevil to set a trap for the Jester, faking Daredevil's arrest.

(Daredevil I#135) - Rose brought Daredevil in in handcuffs, and Tower reviewed their plan with the hero.

(Daredevil I#136 (fb) - BTS) - Rose kept Daredevil in jail overnight while they examined the corpse of the “Jester”, discovering it wasn't flesh and blood. When newscasts said Daredevil committed more crimes, Tower was able to prove it wasn't the hero since he'd been locked up.

(Daredevil I#136) - Tower and Daredevil met with the mayor to discuss the threat of the Jester. Newscasts said police were killing civilians, and Tower was outraged at how out of control things had gotten. Tower encouraged Daredevil to be careful as he went out to fight Jester.

(Daredevil I#137) - Tower grew frustrated when Daredevil attacked the Jester haphazardly. He yelled at the hero as he expressed frustration over how the Jester was using the news to distract from crimes all over the city. Later, Daredevil defeated Jester.

(Power Man I#42 (fb) - BTS) - William Carver rose through the ranks at the District Attorney's office, eventually becoming D.A. Blake Tower's assistant.

(Daredevil I#144 - BTS) - Bert Rose got word that Blake Tower was looking into his finances.

(Daredevil I#148 (fb) - BTS) - Tower prepared a case against Maxwell Glenn, who'd been arrested for embezzlement.

(Daredevil I#148) - Tower watched the police arrest several men from a poker game, all of whom said they couldn't remember committing any crimes. Daredevil theorized that Purple Man was behind it all, including Glenn's crimes, but Tower told Daredevil he'd have to prove it.

(Iron Fist I#15 (fb) ) - Tower briefed police officers Rafael Scarfe and Misty Knight on the threat of John Bushmaster, a gang leader moving into the New York area. William Hao created a cover identity for Misty to go undercover.

(Marvel Team-Up I#63 - BTS) - Misty Knight went undercover for D.A. Tower as Maya Corday to become Bushmaster's confidant and lover. She blew her cover to come to Iron Fist's aid when Bushmaster agreed to put a hit out on Iron Fist.

(Power Man and Iron Fist I#51 (fb) - BTS) - Lifelike robots moved into the criminal underworld, including among the Maggia, and began extorting money. When local police found them impossible to kill, Tower teamed up with Rafael Scarfe to get heroic help and find out who was behind it.

(Power Man and Iron Fist I#51) - Tower and Scarfe called in Power Man, Iron Fist, Colleen Wing, and Misty Knight, and tasked them with stopping the robots. Tower worried about Misty, who'd been injured after he sent her against Bushmaster.

(Power Man and Iron Fist I#53 (fb) - BTS) - The heroes grew to believe that Nightshade was behind the robots, and they had Tower authorize a police raid.

(Power Man and Iron Fist I#53) - When the raid didn't pan out, Captain John was furious with the heroes, and Tower told them he wasn't sure he believed them any longer. Later, they defeated the robots and Nightshade.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#186) - Tower called Spider-Man into his office, to let him know that he'd officially been found innocent in the deaths of Norman Osborn and George Stacy. Tower pulled Spidey into a press conference, where Tower told reporter J. Jonah Jameson that false claims against Spider-Man could be considered libel.

(Fantastic Four Annual I#13) - Tower went with Detective Kris Keating to ask the Fantastic Four for help in solving the case of mysterious property disappearances, but the FF turned them down. (Later, Mole Man was revealed as the culprit).

(Amazing Spider-Man I#189 (fb) - BTS) - J. Jonah Jameson contacted Tower, seeking help in finding his missing son, John Jameson. Tower promised to help.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#189) - When Jameson showed up at Tower's office demanding results, Tower turned him away. Jameson later put articles against the police in the paper.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#191) - Jameson called Tower in a fury, accusing Spider-Man of murdering his son, but Tower said they'd need proof, infuriating Jameson. Later, Spider-Man stopped by Tower's office seeking help. As he smoked a cigarette, Tower told Spidey that he could sue for defamation if he revealed his secret identity publicly. Tower then gave the hero mail that had arrived for him at Tower's office.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#192) - Spider-Man and Jameson showed up at Tower's office with a literal bomb strapped to their wrists, placed there by Spencer Smythe. Tower again told Jameson he couldn't arrest Spidey, and he was angry with them both for bringing a bomb there. Tower called the police in, but Spidey and Jameson rushed away.

(Marvel Two-in-One I#51 (fb) - BTS) - Tower started playing poker regularly with a group of super-heroes, and he worried they'd have to cancel the game when Captain America and Iron Man couldn't make it.

(Marvel Two-in-One I#51) - Tower met up with Edwin Jarvis, Wonder Man, Beast, Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers), Nick Fury, and the Thing to play poker. Ms. Marvel proudly won the game, then the heroes rushed off on a mission.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#201 - BTS) - D.A. Tower stated he had evidence against criminal Lorenzo Jacobi to put him away.

(Daredevil I#163) - Tower held a reelection campaign party, where he bantered with Judge Coffin about the ethics of using force against a threat like the Hulk.

(Captain America I#251) - Captain America warned Tower about Batroc the Leaper and Mr. Hyde plotting an attack. Just then, Pierce Benedict called to tell tower that the villains had taken hostages. Captain America agreed to surrender to them if they let the hostages go.

(Captain America I#252 (fb)) - Benedict warned Tower and Captain America that the ship Cap was surrendering to had nuclear capabilities.

(Power Man and Iron Fist I#69) - Tower was flirting with his secretary, Miss Channing, when a battle between Iron Fist and Col. Eschat burst through his window, Eschat wanting to kill Tower himself. Iron Fist defeated Eschat.

(Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man I#73) - In court, Tower question hitman Boomerang about his recent crimes in front of a jury. When Tower insulted Boomerang by saying he was inferior to Bullseye, Boomerang threw a pin and knocked Tower down. Chaos broke out in the courtroom, but Spider-Man rushed in and defeated Boomerang.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#245) - Secretary Ms. Smithers buzzed in to Tower when Spider-Man came in to the office, there to discuss the recent break-ins at Oscorp. Spidey claimed the man responsible was Hobgoblin, and asked to see Tower's files on Lefty Donovan, but Tower refused to share unless Spidey shared what he knew. Spidey simply chose to depart.

(Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man I#83) - Tower presented charges in court against the Punisher, but defense counsel argued that Punisher was insane. The judge committed Punisher to a mental institution, and Tower initially watched Punisher fight before surrendering.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#272 (fb) - BTS) - The criminal Slyde called Tower to help set up the criminal Rockwall in exchange for leniency toward Slyde.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#272) - Tower showed up, interrupting a fight between Slyde and Spider-Man, to collect the evidence against Rockwall. Tower felt like this would be a big boon for his career.

(Marvel Fanfare I#24/2) Tower joined Beast, Wonder Man, Edwin Jarvis, Thing, Nick Fury, Wolverine, and Ms. Marvel for a poker game.

(Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man I#110) - Tower met with police chief James D'Angelo to discuss the recently captured Sin-Eater, who'd been exposed as cop Stan Carter.

(Power Man and Iron Fist I#125) - When Iron Fist was reported dead, Keating arrested Luke Cage, suspecting him of recent crimes, and Tower grew nervous when they couldn't pin anything on Cage. Tower reviewed the facts of the case, but Cage shocked him by breaking out of the precinct. Officer Tyrone King (secretly Master Khan) let him go.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#289 (fb) - BTS) - When Flash Thompson was accused of being the Hobgoblin, Tower investigated.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#289) - Tower visited Flash, who was with his friend Peter Parker and his attorney Sharon Banks, and gave him the news that he'd been cleared of all charges.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#2 (fb) - BTS) - Tower asked his new assistant, Louise Mason, to get intel on Jennifer Walters, the attorney who'd been changed into She-Hulk.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#2) - Mason gave Tower a report on She-Hulk and he was pleased.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#3 (fb) - BTS) - Mason showed Tower a report about Stilt-Man's escape.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#3) - Mason showed Tower the same report, saying it was important for her to do it while the readers were looking.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#4) - She-Hulk showed up for an interview with Tower but fainted when she saw him. Tower excused her from work. When She-Hulk told Mason that Tower could be a love interest, Mason told She-Hulk that Tower was married and had two daughters.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#8) - Tower assigned She-Hulk to prosecute an Australian man accused of being a serial killer. After She-Hulk introduced circumstantial evidence before the judge, Tower questioned her judgment, but she later got a break in the case and Tower commended her.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#10) - She-Hulk represented the district attorney's office in prosecuting police office O'Riley for taking drug money, but the defense counsel argued that her super-heroics influenced the jury. Tower, realizing the impact this defense could have on future cases, had to let She-Hulk go.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#34 (fb) - BTS) - Tower learned of a case where a man accused of murder, Joe DeCosta, had himself been believed dead for months.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#33) - Tower yelled out for someone to get him She-Hulk.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#34) - Tower met with She-Hulk and Mason (who had been de-aged, though Tower only noticed her haircut) about the case, and she agreed to investigate.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#35) - She-Hulk and Mason reported back to Tower that DeCosta had been a zombie controlled by Black Talon (Samuel Barone), helping him close the case.

(All-Select Comics 70th Anniversary Special I#1 (fb) - BTS) - Tower and Mason befriended Michael Brayden, a recurring client who was married more than once. Tower represented Brayden in multiple drug and alcohol charges and in his divorces, winning him hefty settlements.

(Marvel Year-in-Review '92) - After a busy day at Foley Square Blake Tower was interviewed while having lunch and going over some case notes. The interviewer assumed that due to his good looks Tower had to be a superhero and wanted to know who he secretly was. Tower didn't even know what to do with such a question.

(Sensational She-Hulk I#59) - Tower assigned She-Hulk to prosecute an armed robbery case against the Vanisher.

(Daredevil I#171 - BTS) - Tower called in for Matt Murdock, but Becky Blake told Tower he wasn't in.

(Daredevil I#172 - BTS) - Kingpin surrendered several files to Daredevil, who took them to Blake Tower. These resulted in dozens of criminal arrests across the city.

(Web of Spider-Man I#126) - Tower prosecuted Peter Parker (actually Ben Reilly, Spider-Man's clone, though another clone, Kaine, was responsible for the killings) for murder in the courtroom of Sandra Franklin. After Tower and the defense counsel each gave opening remarks, Tower called Mary-Jane Watson as his first witness.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#403) - Tower aggressively questioned Mary-Jane Watson on the witness stand about Peter Parker's whereabouts a few years before, but she refused to answer. Ben Reilly watched in the courtroom.

(Spider-Man I#60 (fb) - BTS) - Tower outlined all of the graphic evidence for the jury through a series of witness testimonies.

(Spider-Man I#60) - Tower apologized to the jury for the difficult content of the trial, then he recommended that Peter Parker be given death. Just then, Spider-Man and Kaine broke into the court in a battle and sparred. Kaine assaulted Tower before confessing to the crimes and showing proof he had committed the murders.

(Spectacular Spider-Man I#226 - BTS) - After lashing out at the police, Kaine was arrested and Parker was set free.

(Daredevil I#375) - Blake Tower was the prosecutor in the murder trial of Karen Page, who had allegedly killed Charles Boroughs, a police officer she claimed had been stalking her. With Matt Murdock arging self-defense for Karen, Tower aggressively questioned witnesses, including Rosalind Sharpe, Ian Hunter, Patrick Hinds, Karen Page herself, Kathy Malper, Candace Nelson, and others. Murdock brought in shocking evidence that showed the dead Judge Bryant Chalmers was the father of Charles Burroughs, and he used Tower's own handwriting expert Dr. Molle to verify the proof. Karen was soon found not guilty.

(She-Hulk I#1 (fb) - BTS) - Tower hired She-Hulk back, but he began to get stressed about the frequent drama she caused with her super-heroics, losing certain cases. Tower's health began to suffer and he went mostly bald with grey hair, aged beyond his years, and looked shorter and fatter.

(She-Hulk I#1) - Mallory Book delivered the news to Tower that She-Hulk had lost a case for his firm. Tower called She-Hulk in for a meeting and had to let her go.

(Spider-Man/Human Torch I#5 (fb) - BTS) - Human Torch worked with Blake Tower to send Nino Villanova, a criminal with connections to the Maggia, to jail. Nino was eventually shot and killed while trying to escape prison. Meanwhile, Tower's son Luke cut off his hair, began wearing contacts, and got several face piercings, which Blake hated.

(Spider-Man/Human Torch I#5 - BTS) - Determined to get revenge on Tower, Carmine Villanova attacked Blake's high school, ready to kill Tower's son. Spider-Man and the Human Torch defeated Villanova.

(Spider-Man/Human Torch I#5) - Blake rushed to the school and embraced his son, letting him know how much he loved him.

(She-Hulk II#1 (fb) - BTS) - When Vision (Jonas) and Stature of the Young Avengers attacked Boomerang and the Ox for selling guns, the criminals hired Mallory Book to represent them in their defense. Tower worked with the teen heroes to build a legal case for themselves.

(She-Hulk II#1) - Tower sat by Stature and Vision in a legal meeting presenting the case while Book countered, Ox and Boomerang at her side. A fight broke out and young Stu Cicero was nearly killed by a boomerang as She-Hulk broke up the fight.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#590 (fb) - BTS) - After the people of New York turned on Bill Hollister following the revelation that his daughter Lily was Menace he refused to take office despite winning the mayoral election. Blake Tower as the public advocate became the temporary acting mayor of New York City after his refusal.

(Amazing Spider-Man I#590) - Tower visited the FEAST Project to talk with Martin Li and ask him in the name of his political party to become their next candidate for the New York City mayoral election.

(All-Select Comics 70th Anniversary Special I#1) - Already drinking alcohol in the morning, Tower (with a full head of hair again) called Mason to report that Michael Brayden was dead. Suspecting foul play, Mason visited Tower and looked through Brayden's files for clues.

(Captain America I#613) - Tower represented the prosecution in the bench trial (meaning before a judge not a jury) of James Barnes, the Winter Soldier, while Bernadette Rosenthal acted as Barnes' defense. When Rosenthal she planned to prove that Barnes had been mind-controlled and brainwashed by the Russians, Tower introduced testimony from Sin, the daughter of the Red Skull, that said Barnes had worked for the Russians willingly.

(Captain America I#614) - Tower showed evidence of Barnes' past destructions, and interviewed several witnesses, including Mr. Ludovich (Red Room witness), an ex-Kronas employee, and Norman Osborn, but Rosenthal discredited each of them. After the Black Widow didn't show in court, Tower called Dr. Faustus; during Faustus testimony he hypnotized Tower, causing him to grab the judge's gavel and attack the bailiff. Before the court could recover from the chaos, a gunman opened fire in the room, and Barnes saved Tower from being shot. The man delivered a video from Sin, one that showed Black Widow and Falcon being held captive, and she demanded that Barnes be let out to save them; Tower wondered if this was Barnes' plan all along.

(Captain America I#615) - After Barnes broke out of jail to help Captain America and others defeat Sin, he turned himself back in and the trial resumed. In his closing arguments, Tower wondered when any super hero would be held accountable for his actions, without excuses. Barnes surprised everyone by agreeing to plead guilty. The judge sentenced him to twenty years in jail, but commuted it to time served, meaning Barnes was able to go free. Then Russian Ambassador Arkady Jadnoski showed up to extradite Barnes to Russia to face charges there.

Comments: Created by Len Wein (writer/editor), Marv Wolfman (writer), Gene Colan (penciler) & Klaus Janson (inker).

Blake Tower has had a surprisingly long history in the Marvel Universe. Cop, judge, and lawyer characters are often used for a single issue or run without ever returning, but he has come back again and again. Tower has been buddy-buddy with many super heroes and has a lot of connections, and he's been assaulted a few times in various courtrooms and in his office, but overall, despite his long history, he's never been given much character development. His one issue connection to his son has been the most human we've really seen him.

Blake Tower also appeared in the novel Spider-Man: Wanted Dead or Alive (1998) by Craig Shaw Gardner, but I don't know if the novel is even considered canon.
--Markus Raymond

Thanks to Markus Raymond for adding a few missed appareances.

Blake Tower has an entry in Daredevil's section in Marvel Encyclopedia Vol.5: Marvel Knigths (2004).

Profile by Chadman.

Blake Tower should not be confused with:


(Daredevil I#124 - BTS) - Foggy Nelson worked with his campaign manager, Brady, on his reelection campaign for district attorney. Handsome attorney Blake Tower ran against him.

(Daredevil I#125 - BTS) - Foggy saw a political ad that made him look like a fool, and he wondered if Brady had sponsored it and was secretly working with Tower.

(Daredevil I#126 (fb) - BTS) - Foggy investigated and discovered that the television stations continued running the ads, with someone stealing their air time without their authorization. At a political rally, someone asked Foggy about his fiancée Debbie Harris's criminal record, and he wondered how they found out. He told Matt Murdock that he had to rely heavier than ever on Brady.

(Daredevil I#130 - BTS) - When an ad showed up of Foggy Nelson saying he was unfit to lead, Foggy called furious, having never made the ad; he demanded Brady stop the press conference, but it was too late. That night, Foggy lost the election to Blake Tower. (Later, Jester was revealed to be behind the false ads.

--Daredevil I#124 ([Daredevil I#124], [125], [126 (fb)], [130]


(Daredevil I#129 - BTS) - Secretary for district attorney Foggy Nelson, Helen showed in his political opponent, Blake Tower.

--[Daredevil I#129]

Dr. Molle

(Daredevil I#375 (fb) - BTS) - Handwriting expert Dr. Molle worked for the state of New York, and frequently worked with prosecutor Blake Tower on various cases. When Matt Murdock asked him to verify the journals of Judge Bryant Chalmers, Molle did so.

(Daredevil I#375) - Molle testified in the courtroom during the trial of Karen Page, reading allowed portions of Chalmers' journals, revealing that Mr. Fear was behind recent plots against Page and Daredevil.

--Daredevil I#375 ([Daredevil I#375 (fb)], 375


(Daredevil I#148) - Police officer Stern helped arrest a group of wealthy men on behalf of Blake Tower.

--Daredevil I#148

Luke Tower

(Spider-Man/Human Torch#5 (fb) - BTS) - Luke Tower is the son of Blake Tower, the district attorney (who also has two daughters). Luke attended high school, where one of his teachers was Peter Parker. Luke got contacts and shaved his hair, then got several face piercings.

(Spider-Man/Human Torch#5) - At high school, the Human Torch was scheduled to give a guest lecture. Carmine Villanova and men from the Maggia entered the school with guns, determined to kill Luke to get back at Blake. Spider-Man and the Human Torch defeated Villanova and his men. Luke rushed outside and embraced Blake, who was waiting.

--Spider-Man/Human Torch#5 ([Spider-Man/Human Torch#5 (fb)], 5

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Daredevil I#124 (August, 1975) - Len Wein (writer/editor), Marv Wolfman (writer), Gene Colan (penciler), Klaus Janson (inker)
Daredevil I#125 (September, 1975) - Marv Wolfman (writer), Bob Brown (penciler), Klaus Janson (inker), Len Wein (editor)
Daredevil I#126 (October, 1975) - Marv Wolfman (writer/editor), Bob Brown (penciler), Klaus Janson (editor)
Daredevil I#128-131 (December, 1975-March, 1976) - Marv Wolfman (writer/editor), Bob Brown (penciler), Klaus Janson (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#155 (April, 1976) - Len Wein (writer/editor), Sal Buscema (penciler), Mike Esposito (inker)
Daredevil I#133-135 (May-July, 1976) - Marv Wolfman (writer/editor), Bob Brown (penciler), Jim Mooney (inker)
Daredevil I#136-137 (August-September, 1976) - Marv Wolfman (writer/editor), John Buscema (penciler), Jim Mooney (editor)
Power Man I#42 (April, 1977) - Marv Wolfman (writer/editor), Lee Elias (penciler), Alex Nino (inker)
Daredevil I#144 (April, 1977) - Jim Shooter (writer), Lee Elias (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Daredevil I#148 (August, 1977) - Jim Shooter (writer/editor), Gil Kane (penciler), Klaus Janson (inker)
Iron Fist I#15 (September, 1977) - Chris Claremont (writer), John Byrne (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Marvel Team-Up I#63 (November, 1977) - Chris Claremont (writer), John Byrne (penciler), Dave Hunt (inker), Archie Goodwin (editor)
Power Man and Iron Fist I#51 (June, 1978) - Chris Claremont (writer), Mike Zeck (penciler), Ernie Chan (inker), Jim Shooter (editor)
Power Man and Iron Fist I#53 (October, 1978) - Chris Claremont, Ed Hannigan (writers), Sal Buscema (penciler), Jim Mooney (inker), Bob Hall (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#186 (November, 1978) - Marv Wolfman (writer), Keith Pollard (penciler), Mike Esposito (inker), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Fantastic Four Annual I#13 (December, 1978) - Bill Mantlo (writer), Sal Buscema (penciler), Joe Sinnott (inker), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#189 (February, 1979) - Marv Wolfman (writer), John Byrne (penciler), Jim Mooney (inker), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#191-192 (April-May, 1979) - Marv Wolfman (writer), Keith Pollard (penciler), Mike Esposito (inker), Marv Wolfman (editor)
Marvel Two-in-One I#51 (May, 1979) - Peter Gillis (writer), Frank Miller (penciler), Bob McLeod (inker), Roger Stern (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#201 (February, 1980) - Marv Wolfman (writer/editor), Keith Pollard (penciler), Jim Mooney (inker)
Daredevil I#163 (March, 1980) - Roger McKenzie (writer), Josef Rubinstein, Klaus Janson (inkers), Jo Duffy, Dennis O'Neil (editors)
Captain America I#251-252 (November-December, 1980) - Roger Stern (writer), John Byrne (penciler), Josef Rubinstein (inker), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Power Man and Iron Fist I#69 (May, 1981) - Jo Duffy, Steven Grant (writers), Alan Weiss (penciler), Ricardo Villamonte (inker), Dennis O'Neil (editor)
Peter Parker, Spectacular Spider-Man I#73 (December, 1982) - Bill Mantlo (writer), Al Milgrom (penciler), Jim Mooney (inker), Tom DeFalco (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#245 (October, 1983) - Roger Stern (writer), John Romita Jr (penciler), Dave Simons (inker), Tom DeFalco (editor)
Peter Parker, Spectacular Spider-Man I#83 (October, 1983) - Bill Mantlo (writer), Greg LaRocque (penciler), Jim Mooney (inker), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#272 (January, 1986) - Tom DeFalco (writer), Sal Buscema, Ron Frenz (pencilers), Kyle Baker, Joe Rubinstein (inkers), Keith Williams (editor)
Marvel Fanfare I#24/2 (January, 1986) - Chris Claremont (writer), David Ross (penciler), Bob Wiacek (inker), Al Milgrom (editor)
Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man I#110 (January, 1986) - Peter David (writer), Rich Buckler (penciler), M. Hands (inker), Christopher Priest (editor)
Power Man and Iron Fist I#125 (September, 1986) - Jim Owsley (writer), Mark Bright (penciler), Mike Esposito (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#289 (June, 1987) - Peter David (writer), Alan Kupperberg, Tom Morgan (pencilers), Jim Fern (inker), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk I#2-4 (June-August, 1989) - John Byrne (writer/penciler), Bob Wiacek (inker), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk I#8 (November, 1989) - John Byrne (writer/penciler), Bob Wiacek (inker), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk I#10 (December, 1989) - Steve Gerber (writer), Bryan Hitch (penciler), Al Milgrom (inker), Bobbie Chase (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk I#33-35 (November, 1991-January, 1992) - John Byrne (writer/penciler), Keith Williams (inker), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Marvel Year-in-Review '92 (January, 1993) - Kurt Busiek (writer), James Fry III (artist), Mark Gruenwald (editor)
Sensational She-Hulk I#59 (January, 1994) - Len Kaminski, Scott Benson (writers), Pat Olliffe (penciler), Steve Montano (inker), Renee Witterstaetter (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#403 (July, 1995) - J.M. DeMatteis (writer), Mark Bagley (penciler), Larry Mahlstedt, Sam de la Rosa (inkers), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Spider-Man I#60 (July, 1995) - Howard Mackie (writer), Tom Lyle (penciler), Scott Hanna, Josef Rubinstein (inkers), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Web of Spider-Man I#126 (July, 1995) - Todd Dezago (writer), Roy Burdine (penciler), Randy Emberlin (inker), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Daredevil I#375 (May, 1998) - Joe Kelly, Chris Claremont (writers), Cary Nord, Ariel Olivetti, John Paul Leon, Tom Lyle, Brian Denham, Rick Leonardi (pencilers), Mark Lipka, Pier Brito, Robert Jones, Chris Carson, Scott Hanna (inkers), Jaye Gardner (editor)
She-Hulk I#1 (May, 2004) - Dan Slott (writer), Juan Bobillo (penciler), Marcelo Sosa (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Spider-Man/Human Torch#5 (July, 2005) - Dan Slott (writer), Ty Templeton (penciler), Drew Geraci & Greg Adams (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
She-Hulk II#1 (December, 2005) - Dan Slott (writer), Juan Bobillo (penciler), Marcelo Sosa (inker), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Amazing Spider-Man I#590 (June, 2009) - Dan Slott (writer), Barry Kitson (penciler), Mark Farmer (inker), Stephen Wacker (editor)
All-Select Comics 70th Anniversary Special I#1/1 (September, 2009) - Marc Guggenheim (writer), Javier Pulido (artist), Alejandro Arbona (editor)
Captain America I#613 (February, 2011) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Butch Guice (penciler), Stefano Gaudiano, Rick Magyar (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain America I#614 (March, 2011) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Buch Guice (penclier), Stefano Gaudiano, Butch Guice, Tom Palmer, Mark Morales, Mike Perkins, Rick Magyar (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Captain America I#615 (April, 2011) - Ed Brubaker (writer), Butch Guice (peciler), Stefano Gaudiano, Rick Magyar, Butch Guice (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)

First Posted: 09/15/2019
Last updated: 09/15/2019

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