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Comic Books, Digital Comics
This is the latest in a feature where I just share some bit of comic book history that interests me. Here is a collection of all of the installments in the feature so far.
Today we take a look at the design sheets that Wally Wood made up for Daredevil during his short-lived stint on the title in late 1964. Wood totally re-designed Daredevil’s costume, giving him the classic red outfit that Daredevil has worn pretty much ever since. So around this time, Wood drew a series of design sheets for how to draw Daredevil, Matt Murdock, Karen Page, Foggy Nelson and Daredevil’s cane. An old issue of FOOM reprinted them and I’m now sharing them with you all.
Very cool stuff from a comic book legend.
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