MARVEL to Release DAREDEVIL: YELLOW as an Oversize Gallery Edition

Joining the upcoming Spider-Man: Blue edition…

Marvel this Halloween will be re-releasing Jeph Loeb and the late Tim Sale’s critically acclaimed 2001 miniseries Daredevil: Yellow as an oversize Gallery Edition (which, to the uninitiated, is only slightly smaller than a classic Bronze Age treasury comic).

This, as they say, is good news.

Dig the official description, from an Amazon listing:


Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale bring their signature style to Marvel’s Man Without Fear! Focusing on the events leading up to his costumed debut, DAREDEVIL: YELLOW presents a Matt Murdock full of youthful exuberance and unyielding optimism. After the death of his father, Battlin’ Jack Murdock, Matt dedicates his life to eradicating crime from the streets of Hell’s Kitchen. Witness the birth of Daredevil as a young Murdock trains his body and mind to become a hero! Featuring the Fantastic Four, Electro, the Owl and the Purple Man – but rather than DD’s adventures in his original suit, in this saga it’s the maturation of Matt as a person and his growing love for Karen Page that take the spotlight! And Sale’s breathtaking art looks better than ever in this Gallery Edition! Collecting DAREDEVIL: YELLOW #1-6.

A few thoughts:

— The 168-page hardcover lists for $50 and is due Oct. 31, 2023.

— The Jeph Loeb & Tim Sale: Spider-Man Gallery Edition is also coming this year, in case you missed the announcement. It’s also $50 and is due July 4, 2023.

— I have to figure that Hulk: Gray and Captain America: White are also coming down the line. That’d be one helluva Gallery Edition line-up.

— I notice that Marvel has dropped the color designations for these editions. I can only speculate as to why.

Standard caveat: This has not been officially solicited by Marvel yet, so anything can change. That said, I fully expect this to see print. Keep checking back at 13th Dimension for updates.


— Loeb and Sale’s SUPERMAN FOR ALL SEASONS to Get Absolute Edition. Click here.

— 13 COVERS: TIM SALE and the World of MARVEL. Click here.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. The cynic in me says they dropped the color designations because “Captain America: White” had connotations that didn’t sit well with MCU synergy

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