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1663: Daredevil #100 (v1)

" Mind Storm! "
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Daredevil #100 (v1)
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Editor-in-Chief: Roy Thomas
Cover Artists: Rich Buckler
Writers: Steve Gerber
Pencilers: Gene Colan
Inkers: John Tartaglione
Colourists: George Roussos
Letterers: Charlotte Jetter
Editors: Roy Thomas
Cover Date: June 1973
Release Date: March 1973
Story Arc: -
Pages: 20
Cover Price: $0.20
Times Read: 219                 Times Rated: 145
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Universes:   Earth-616  
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Issue Blurb
Returning from his mission with the Avengers, DD gets caught up in a minor scuffle. When the dust settles he is confronted by a magazine editor seeking an interview. As DD takes a trip down memory lane a strange occurrence forces him back to reality.
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Character Appearances
Main Characters
Daredevil last appeared in Avengers #111 (v1). Daredevil next appears in Daredevil #101 (v1).
Supporting Characters
  Paul Carson
Paul Carson last appeared in Daredevil #99 (v1). Paul Carson next appears in Daredevil #101 (v1).
  Jann Wenner
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Jann Wenner in the mainstream continuity.
  Angar the Screamer
First Appearance
This is the first appearance by Angar the Screamer in the mainstream continuity. Angar the Screamer next appears in Daredevil #101 (v1).
Group Appearances
San Francisco Police Department
San Francisco Police Department last appeared in Daredevil #99 (v1). San Francisco Police Department next appears in Daredevil #101 (v1).
Equipment, Items & Vehicles
Daredevil's Billy Club
Daredevil's Billy Club last appeared in Avengers #111 (v1). Daredevil's Billy Club next appears in Daredevil #101 (v1).
Quinjet last appeared in Avengers #111 (v1). Quinjet next appears in Avengers #115a (v1).
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Issue Review
   September 18, 2013
Daredevil #100 is kinda boring. It's just DD giving an interview to a magazine, which is an excuse for him to (a) ponder his origin tale, (b) pontificate on the nature of superheroes. Or something. 2/10
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  Drax Says:    
  2013-06-27 11:24:57  

  leisch Says:    
  2014-02-15 14:00:18  
  very strange, not quite an origin re-tell, not quite a compelling new story. This was a disappointment.  

  chrys Says:    
  2014-04-14 01:04:21  
  This is quite possibly the worst 100th issue ever.  

  TheAmazingGatorMan Says:    
  2015-03-22 11:36:29  
  Meh. Not good, yet not horrible. It was a decent read, but I expected more from the hype the cover gave. The cover artist must have been a used car salesman prior to drawing comic covers.  

  duncanm Says:    
  2015-05-27 12:56:04  
  An intriguing story leafing to naught but disappointment. When will we learn?  

  phogbear Says:    
  2015-12-26 21:14:07  
  At least it didn't have extra story pages.  

  phogbear Says:    
  2015-12-26 21:14:07  
  At least it didn't have extra story pages.  

  ViolentPhlegm Says:    
  2016-10-30 09:58:53  
  The hallucination scene coupled with the locale reminded me of a Shade the Changing Man arc where the American Scream creates havoc in San Francisco. Then, on the last page of this we meet... Angar the Screamer!  

  MattzLadd Says:    
  2016-12-12 21:05:50  
  Wait... is Jann a boy... or a girl?  

  Locust75 Says:    
  2017-03-12 18:56:56  
  3 stars. After Daredevil reminisces about his life and times. It makes you wonder how he's lasted 100 issues!!!

Cover Me - DD's trying to escape his rogue's gallery!!!

A Mime Is Terrible Thing To Waste - I always knew mimes were trouble...

Groupie - @MattzLadd: That's the real Jann Wenner the founder of Rolling Stone Magazine...and he's a boy!

Sliding Timescale - DD getting his powers changed from 1950 to 1958!

Ranking - They had to throw in DOOM to give DD some credit! Also, Tagak the Leopard Man wasn't a villain! Plus, what's the gold bird thing above Gladiator?!

Disconnected - Odd scene of DD making a phone call...

Let's Level With Daredevil - Nice history of DD and his creators!!!

'Nuff Said - "I wonder--will that one insane idea of creating a third identity for myself ever stop plaguing me?"-Matt "Mike" Murdock

  Russ Says:    
  2017-06-10 21:08:31  
  100 issues. Wow. We made it. We all should give ourselves no-prizes if we read every single one of these issues. Of course, there actually were a few decent issues; too bad they were few and far between. This issue simply reminds you of that.

One thing in this story's favor though: it's always fun to see a real-life character integrated into the Marvel Universe. As @Locust75 said, that's Jann Wenner, founder and editor of Rolling Stone magazine. I wouldn't have guessed he'd be used as a framing device for Daredevil to reminisce through his history.

And DD's recent additions to his rogues' gallery is getting weird. Dark Messiah a few issues ago, now Angar the Screamer? I guess it's an appropriate name; if Marvel editors made me fight Daredevil I'd be screaming too!

2 stars. The 100th issue wasn't terrible but it wasn't great. Just like Daredevil's entire series up to this point.

  Katryn Says:    
  2017-06-26 07:58:47  
  That couldn't have been more true to what Daredevil has been like for almost all of his 100 issues. Except that the Widow wasn't there for him to be a jerk to. That was probably the only thing missing.  

  metsguy Says:    
  2017-12-10 16:22:18  
  So DD drops some acid and hangs out at the Rolling Stone magazine offices with Jann Wenner. Wonder if this gets mentioned in the new biography of Wenner, Sticky Fingers? They didn't say anything about it in the HBO special. Bummer.  

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Date User Name Update
   February 9, 2018 TStarnes Added Quinjet listing.
   February 9, 2018 TStarnes Added Daredevil[appost]s Billy Club listing.
   February 9, 2018 TStarnes
   February 9, 2018 TStarnes
   December 12, 2016 MattzLadd Updated the listing for Paul Carson.
   March 19, 2016 fragsel Added Jann Wenner to the issue.
   November 22, 2015 fragsel Added San Francisco Police Department to the issue.
   August 22, 2015 TStarnes Added Creator Listing.
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