Spectacular Spider-man v2 #27 - Frank Miller art (1st Miller Daredevil)

Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-man v2 #27, 1979 - Blinded in the previous issue, Spider-man copes with his disability with Daredevil's help. Frank Miller draws the man without fear for the first time, preceding his run on DD's own title. The artwork is less than adequate, displaying a lack of experience but showing glimpses of potential as well. Spider-man's face on the opening page is a little too distorted, even allowing for artistic license. In addition, Miller's pencils are watered down by the loosely applied inks of Frank Springer. This story was later reprinted in Spider-man and Daredevil Special Edition #1. This is number 1 of 12 Spectacular Spider-man issues with Miller art and/or covers.
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"The Blind Leading the Blind" Miller story pencils (Frank Springer inks) 17 pages = **

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