Daredevil: 12 Essential Comic Arcs You Must Read

Time to give the devil his due.

Debuting in 1964 and created by Stan Lee and Bill Everett, the Man Without Fear has been a mainstay in Marvel Comics for over five decades now. The property has also been host to a slew of incredibly talented writers and artists, such heavy hitters as John Romita Sr., Gene Colan, Denny O'Neil, Frank Miller, David Mazzucchelli, Kevin Smith, Brian Michael Bendis, Ed Brubaker, and Mark Waid. The best of the best have cut their teeth on the character, but despite this, he hasn't quite achieved mainstream recognition the same way his contemporaries Captain America or Iron Man have. Until now. With the new Netflix series marking another major win for Marvel, Daredevil is moving up in the world and with good reason. It's been a long time coming. The character offers a fascinating dichotomy between attorney and masked avenger that has captivated readers for decades, and countless creators have mined the rich complexities of the character and his world to provide some of the most engaging, though-provoking, and shocking stories in the history of the medium. With decades of material to pour over, let's take a look at Daredevil's greatest hits...
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