DescriptionGlenn Fabry Daredevil: The Target #1 Cover and Complete 22-Page Story Original Art (Marvel Knights, 2003). A breathtaking painted cover and all 22 pages from the first (and only) issue of this uncompleted mini-series. With an incredible gut-twisting story by Kevin Smith, which includes appearances by Leland Owlsley (The Owl), and plays upon the death of Karen Page (both of whom appeared in the Netflix Daredevil series), this is a hard-hitting tale. Throw in Bullseye as a villain and you have a very dangerous concoction. Fabry's art is so highly-detailed (especially that two-page spread) that it is reminiscent of Geof Darrow at times. A stunner from front to back, this is an incredible find as a group lot. The painted cover features an image area of 10.5" x 15.25" on illustration board. The image was to be used on a poster to promote the series also, however that may not have ever happened. The pages are ink over graphite on Bristol board with an image area of 9" x 14". Some pages have whiteout art corrections, and Page 1 has an original art paste-up correction. Overall these are all in Excellent condition.
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