Listen Up Casuals! Welcome to a show for the casual fan. Love The Mandalorian but you’ve never watched Rebels or The Clone Wars? Watched both iterations of Hellboy but don’t know which is more faithful to the comics? Love The Dark Knight but don’t understand why the Joker is such a big deal? Then this podcast is for you! Chris and Rocco break down your favorite shows and movies from the Geek perspective. Did they nail it? What was different? Did we love it or hate it? Tune in to find out! On this final episode of season 1, the dynamic duo talk one of Rocco’s favorite heroes, Daredevil!
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- DD #1 1964 – FA Daredevil was created by writer-editor Stan Lee and artist Bill Everett, with an unspecified amount of input from Jack Kirby.
- AMS #16 – Spidey & DD 1964
- DD #16 – First John Romita Sr art
- DD #131 – First Bullseye
- DD #158 – first Frank Miller art
- DD #168 – FA Elektra 1981 – Frank Miller starts writing
- DD #170 – First run in with Kingpin (FA – AMS 50 1967)
- DD #174 – FA The Hand
- DD #176 – FA Stick
- DD #9 (1999) FA Echo
- Frank Miller
- Born again 1986 (#227–231)
- Man without Fear 1993
- DD #500 – Becomes leader of the hand 2009
- Shadowland (DD 508-512 Andy Diggle; Shadowland mini and tie ins)
- Mark Waid 2011-2014
- Charles Soule 2015-2018
- Devil’s Reign / Woman without Fear
- DAREDEVIL 2003
- NETFLIX DAREDEVIL 2015
- SPIDER-MAN – NWH/HAWKEYE
- In 1975, Angela Bowie secured the TV rights to Daredevil and the Black Widow for a duration of one year and planned a TV series based on the two characters.
- In 1983, ABC planned a live-action Daredevil pilot.
- Daredevil, portrayed by Rex Smith, appears in NBC’s 1989 live-action television film The Trial of the Incredible Hulk. The Kingpin (John Rhys-Davies)
- Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends
- In the 1980s, ABC had planned a Daredevil animated television series that would have featured a guide dog named “Lightning the Super-Dog”.
- Spiderman and F4 animated 90’s