Daredevil-A-Day is the 365 blog for Darediva, who owns an astounding number of Daredevil action figures, and wants an excuse to play with them on a daily basis.


2 Responses to “About”


  1. July 10, 2015 at 5:46 pm

    Nice blog dedicated to D.D.!
    My name is Xavier. I’m an artist and D.D. fan.
    The reason I’m writing is to offer my services as an artist. Specifically ,hand painted reproductions of any of your favorite D.D.covers.
    They are painted with sign painters enamel on illustration board. High gloss and very lightfast,for years of enjoyment. The size i work in and i think works the best is, 20×30 in.
    Each cover you want reproduced can be as detailed as the cover themselves.
    I’m a forever fan of Frank millers stuff,and have done some covers for myself. You can see them on my website. On the first page go to the blue box on the right and click on the
    “Fun art” tab.
    Thank you for reading my comment here. I tried not to come of as a salesman,i have a blog also and hate when they try to sell me something. But i honestly thought you might like what i have to offer. As an artist and one D.D. fan to another.
    Sincerely,
    Xavier

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