Value of Daredevil Marvel Comics

Daredevil Marvel Comics Price Guide
Last updated December 3, 2016

While the movie was a flop, the Netflix TV show has reignited interest and created new key issues, such as DD #4 (1st Purple Man).

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Daredevil Marvel Comics #1 (April 1964):
The Man Without Fear Debuts!

Daredevil #1 (April 1964): The Man Without Fear Debuts! Click for values

Record sale: $38,000
Minimum value: $150

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The first appearance by everyone's favorite Hornhead occurred in his very own title.

Marvel jumped right in with Daredevil, believing the character to be strong enough that the comic-buying public would latch on immediately.

They hedged their bets somewhat by making the title bimonthly from Daredevil #1.

Daredevil Marvel Comics #2 (June 1964): Electro/Fantastic Four Crossover

Daredevil #2 (June1964 ): Electro/Fantastic Four Crossover. Click for values

Record sale: $26,000
Minimum value: $40

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In Daredevil #2, Stan Lee and Joe Orlando combine to give us a very odd sort of comic book story.

The Fantastic Four engages Matt Murdock, Attorney at Law to help them with some legal paperwork regarding the lease of the Baxter Building.

Woven in with this is the super villain Electro, fresh from his appearances in The Amazing Spider-Man, who DD encounters when he busts up a stolen car ring that Electro is running.

Valuable and scarce in higher grade.

Daredevil Marvel Comics #3 (1964): First Appearance of The Owl

Daredevil #3 ( August 1964): First Appearance of The Owl. Click for values

Record sale: $8,300
Minimum value: $20

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In Daredevil #3, we are introduced for the first time to The Owl, who tries to engage the law firm of Murdock and Nelson to defend him in a tax fraud case.

Foggy says no, but Matt agrees to take the case.

When The Owl doesn't show up for the court date, Matt goes to investigate.

Bada boom, bada bing, Matt finds out that The Owl is up to no good, and ends up battling his goons as DD.

Daredevil #4 by Marvel Comics. Click for values

Daredevil #4
1st Appearance of the Purple Man

Record sale: $7,700
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Daredevil #5 by Marvel Comics. Click for values

Daredevil #5

Record sale: $5,300
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Daredevil #6 by Marvel Comics. Click for values

Daredevil #6

Record sale: $5,600
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Value of Daredevil Marvel Comics #7 (April 1965 ):
DD Battles Namor and Gets His Red Costume

Daredevil #7 (April 1965 ): DD Battles Namor and Gets His Red Costume. Click for values

Record sale: $24,000
Minimum value: $10

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In Daredevil #7, Matt puts on his slick, new, all-red DD costume, and battles Namor, eventually convincing him to turn himself in.

But of course, the bureaucratic NYC justice system is too slow for the hot-headed Prince of Atlantis, who busts out of jail after only 24 hours, to return home and resume his duties there.

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Daredevil #12

Record sale: $1,600
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Daredevil #15

Record sale: $1,500
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Daredevil Marvel Comics #16-17 (1966): Team-Up With Spider-Man

DD had previously encountered and battled Spider Man in The Amazing Spider-Man #16, with Spider Man hypnotized into attacking DD.

Daredevil #16 ( May 1966): Team-Up With Spider-Man. Click for values

Daredevil #16

Record sale: $5,300
Minimum value: $10

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Daredevil #17 (July 1966): Team-Up With Spider-Man. Click for values

Daredevil #17

Record sale: $4,000
Minimum value $10

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The Spider-Man crossover makes these two issues highly prized by collectors of both these series.

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Daredevil #18 (first Gladiator)

Record: $2.1K
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Daredevil #27, Spider-Man Crossover. Click for values

Daredevil #27
Spider-Man Crossover

Record sale: $975

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Daredevil #30 (Thor crossover)

Record: $1,500
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Daredevil #37: Dr. Doom Appearance. Click for value

Daredevil #37
Dr. Doom Appearance

Record sale: $2,150
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Daredevil #38: Origin Story Retold

Daredevil #38: Origin Retold. Click for value

Daredevil #38
Origin Retold

Record sale: $2,800
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Daredevil #42. First Daredevil Appearance of Kilroy. Click for values

Daredevil #42
First Daredevil Appearance of Kilroy

Record sale: $700
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Daredevil Marvel Comics #81 (November 1971):
Black Widow Meets DD

Daredevil #81 (November 1971): Black Widow Meets DD. Click for values

Record sale: $700
Minimum value: $1

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Daredevil may have more famously been linked with Elektra, and Karen Page.

But in Daredevil #81, he first encounters the Black Widow, aka Natasha Romanoff, former Soviet agent and former lover of Cliff Barton, aka Hawkeye.

Daredevil and the Black Widow #92 (October 1972):
Black Widow Gets Co-Star Status

Daredevil and the Black Widow #92 (October 1972): Black Widow Gets Co-Star Status. Click for values

Record sale: $370
Minimum value: $1

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It didn't take long for romance to blossom between DD and the Widow, and to team up as crime fighters.

The title change beginning with this issue would last until Daredevil #107, by which time the relationship had ended and the Widow would join the Avengers.

The Black Panther (T'Challa) also makes an appearance in this issue.

Daredevil Marvel Comics #111: First Appearance of the Silver Samurai
(Villain in The Wolverine movie)

Daredevil #111: First Appearance of the Silver Samurai (Villain in The Wolverine movie). Click for values

Daredevil #111
Villain in the 2013 The Wolverine movie

Record sale: $430

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Daredevil Marvel Comics #131 (March 1976):
First Appearance of Bullseye

Daredevil #131 (March 1976): First Appearance of Bullseye. Click for values

Record sale: $1,300
Minimum value: $10

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By the mid-'70s, Daredevil Marvel Comics had changed.

Somewhat grittier and less-focused on Matt's legal practice, with the Widow long since departed, DD was by now a bit more "urban" in tone.

Daredevil #131 introduces Bullseye, who would prove to be a very durable and popular villain in the Daredevil canon.

Daredevil #158 (May 1979): First Frank Miller Daredevil Issue

Daredevil #158 (May 1979): First Frank Miller Daredevil Issue. Click for values

Record sale: $925
Minimum value: $1

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The less said, the better. Yes, this is worth quite a bit of money, and you are either of the cult of Frank Miller or you are not.

DD #158 was one of the first Bronze Age comics to jump up hugely in value in a collector's market that had by then become part of the industry, and for that, it also has historic value.

Daredevil Marvel Comics #168: First Appearance of Elektra

Daredevil #168: First Appearance of Elektra. Click for values

Daredevil #168
Origin and First appearance of Elektra

Record sale: $1,000
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Daredevil Marvel Comics #181: Death of Elektra

Daredevil #181: Death of Elektra. Click for values

Daredevil #181
Death of Elektra

Record sale: $1,500
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Daredevil #254: First Appearance of Typhoid Mary. Click for values

Daredevil #254
First Appearance of Typhoid Mary

Record sale: $200
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History of Daredevil Marvel Comics

Daredevil, AKA Matt Murdock, fought crime as an adult to help avenge the death of his father, a prize fighter named "Battlin' Jack Murdock" at the hands of some gangsters who were unhappy with Jack's refusal to throw a fight.

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DD was really most like a certain hero who'd been a DC mainstay for 25 years by 1964, most like a certain dark and serious fellow who spent his life eradicating crime to avenge his parents' deaths, most like a certain Caped Crusader.

In essence, Daredevil was Marvel's attempt at Batman, but in a red suit. He even had horns that in silhouette look quite a bit like Batman's ears. (Listen, don't tell Stan Lee I said that.)

Matt Murdock had been hit on the head, you see, as a child, with a container of toxic and radioactive chemicals that fell from a truck as he saved an old man who was about to be hit by the truck. He woke up without sight, but with super abilities.

Blind or not, Battlin' Jack trained him to box and helped him develop his body. The super-abilities he'd gained in the accident combined with his training so that  blind, he was a better acrobat than most sighted tumblers could ever hope to be. 

Daredevil was, throughout the Silver and Bronze Ages, a comic of consistently high quality. Some of the best writing and artwork of Marvel's glory years appeared in Daredevil, including scripts by Stan the Man himself, Roy Thomas, Gerry Conway, Steve Gerber, Tony Isabella, Marv Wolfman, and Frank Miller.

There were pencils by Bill Everett, Wally Wood, John Romita Sr., Gil Kane, Frank Miller, and of course, the greatest DD artist of them all, Gene Colan. Legends and greats, all of them.

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