Joe Quesada Draws 3 Versions of Daredevil for Daredevil #600 Retailer Exclusive Variants

Marvel executive Joe Quesada took to Twitter this weekend to post a series of variant covers for Daredevil #600. by himself and Richard Isanove. Each features a different color scheme with Daredevil wearing a different costume, though they appear to come from the same source drawing.

The variants will be available for sale on, which revealed details about the variants on its Instagram last week.

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The first and second variants, which feature Daredevil in his current and classic costumes (and logos), will be regular variants, while the third, featuring Daredevil in his Netflix garb, is dubbed the "Charlie Cox convention exclusive" and will be a virgin variant, without any trade dress. Despite the convention exclusive moniker, all three variants will be available for order online on March 19, while Daredevil #600 itself hits comics stores (many of which also have exclusive variants) on March 28.

(W) Charles Soule, Christos Gage (A) Ron Garney, Mike Perkins (CA) Dan Mora
MAYOR FISK Conclusion!
Daredevil can see the new mayor's machinations coming together…but is he in time to stop them? Guest-starring both the heroes and villains of the New York City streets…this oversized anniversary issue has a surprise ending that will shake the city to its very core! Plus: a look at Foggy & Matt's relationship over the years!
Rated T+In Shops: Mar 28, 2018
SRP: $5.99

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