Daredevil Legends Vol. 1: Daredevil: Yellow Trade Paperback (TPB)
Eng | RS | CBZ | Marvel Comics | TPB (June 2002 Print) | 134 Pages | 52.7 MB
was a trade paperback (TPB) published by Marvel in June 2002 collecting the stories originally published in 2001 single-issue comics magazine form as . Daredevil: Yellow presented another take on Daredevil's origins using letters written to Karen Page after her death as a narrative device. Here Page believes she is in love with both Daredevil and Murdock, and Nelson with Karen Page, resulting in a silent rivalry between the two men. The supervillains the Owl and the Purple Man are the antagonists. Daredevil credits Page with coining the phrase "The Man without Fear", and she also suggest to Daredevil he wear red instead of black and yellow. Daredevil's original costume, allegedly designed by Jack Kirby himself, was actually red, black and yellow and it was only in issue #7 when writer-artist Wally Wood came up with the familiar red costume. In keeping with the chosen narrative device, writers Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale retell Daredevil's origins in a deliberate, almost languid fashion, as character-driven as Frank Miller's series was. Evidently, they have succeed.