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Daredevil

Daredevil was another hero who didn't fit into a lot of series, but ended up getting a few figures here and there. The later figures were very well done and very poseable.

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Daredevil


Secret Wars Series 2 - 1985





Figure ability: 5 Points of Articulation
Accessories: Billy Club, Shield


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Daredevil


Marvel Super Heroes Series 1 - 1990


Marvel Hall of Fame Series 1 - 1996



The first Daredevil would be sculpted alot like the Captain America was. Both have a very similar size and pose. He comes with a grappling hook and rope that can fire to simulate and extending billy club.

Figure ability: Extending billy club
Accessories: None


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Daredevil


Marvel Super Heroes Series 5 - 1991



This is a repaint of the first Daredevil with the new armored costume he had at the time. Like U.S. Agent, this remains the only figure of this particular look for the character to-date.

Figure ability: Extending billy club
Accessories: None


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Daredevil


Miscellaneous Series Exclusive figures - 1999



This Daredevil figure is a straight repaint of the Daredevil figure from the Spider-Man line. The Spider-Man Daredevil was a great figure, so this one is also great. He is painted up in his original costume.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Daredevil


Spider-Man Classics (Legends) series 2 - 2001



Daredevil would be an excellent addition to this line. Instead of 3 spider-men, it was nice to get a different character for a change. Daredevil uses a pretty skinny body type, and features all the articulation that one would expect from the line. This version is painted in his normal red outfit.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Yellow Daredevil


Spider-Man Classics (Legends) series 2 - 2001



Yellow costume Daredevil would be the chase figure of the series, and at first he would be very difficult to find. Later, he would become a lot more common. The figure itself is just a straight repaint of the normal Daredevil into his original yellow costume.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: None


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Daredevil (Movie Ver.)


Marvel Legends Series 3 - 2003



The movie Daredevil is not one of the better figures in the line. The sculpt is pretty good and a good likeness, but the articulation has a lot to be desired. There is actually two versions of this figure, one with beard stubble and one without. This figure would be the lest selling of the series.

Figure ability: Articulation
Accessories: Stained glass base, Nunchuck


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Daredevil


Marvel Legends Urban Legends Box Set - 2003



Daredevil was another figure who just had a slight repaint and placed in a boxed set. Nothing is different from the Spider-Man classics release of Daredevil, except his paint job is a darker red.

Figure ability: Articulation
Accessories: Nunchuck


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Daredevil


Spider-Man 6' Classics Series 6 - 2003



Daredevil would actually be one of the few characters to get several figures in the new Marvel Legends style. This would be his third. The redo is well done though, and is even the first time that they used this body style (it would later be used on Silver Surfer and Mr. Fantastic). The figure is extremely well articulated and is just a good figure.

Figure ability: None
Accessories: Rooftops base, Nunchuck, Pipe


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Daredevil


Superhero Showdown Series 4 - 2005





Figure ability: Articulation
Accessories: None

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Last edited by Seril on 2010-07-14 00:00:00
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