*Marvel: Frank Miller’s interpretation of the Daredevil villain, Bullseye, made such an impact that, to this day, many people still don’t realise he wasn’t, in fact, a Miller creation, but had premiered a while earlier, under the auspices of writer Marv Wolfman, and artists Bob Brown and Klaus Janson. In Daredevil #131, March 1976, the Man Without Fear met the Man Who Never Misses for the first time, with the latter’s origin and secret identity then unrevealed (hint: It wasn’t Jim Bowen…). This is a Fine+ copy, but that grade belies its eye-appeal, as it would easily make VF or better except for the fact that some enterprising soul has in the past written ’15-‘ (neatly, but still…) in black magic marker in the upper right cover corner — see the picture. Ratbag. In every other respect, as noted, it’s a superior copy, and at £55, a more affordable one than most you’ll find on sale.