Comics legend Joe Quesada is making an epic return to The Man Without Fear.
The revered comics creator, who helped reimagine Daredevil under his Marvel Knights imprint, tweeted three variant covers for the oversized anniversary issue of Marvel Comics’ Daredevil, #600. The three Quesada covers all celebrate the evolution of Daredevil’s costume, wrapped up in a familiar New York City backdrop. Check them out in his original tweet, below.
Later, Quesada followed up with a note that the “A”, “B” and “C” special retailer variants can be bought here.
Quesada illustrated the first arc from Kevin Smith’s heavy-hitting Daredevil reboot, “Guardian Devil,” in 1998 as part of the Marvel Knights initiative he and Jimmy Palmiotti led. Quesada would later write and draw 2004’s “Daredevil: Father” while being Marvel Comics’ Editor-in-Chief.
Currently, Quesada is Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer and executive producer of Marvel Studios' hit Netflix series Jessica Jones, which recently debuted its second season, along with Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Daredevil. Quesada is also credited as executive producer on ABC’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the cancelled Agent Carter.
The 42-page anniversary issue, Daredevil #600, written by Charles Soule and illustrated by Ron Garney, will be released March 28, and will round out with the conclusion of the current arc, “Mayor Fisk”.