Joe Quesada Autograph

Joe Quesada is the editor in chief of Marvel comics. He has also written and drawn Daredevil comics. I bought this single comic because it was left out of Volume 1 of the hardcover collections.

I met Joe Quesada at a comic book convention a few years back and I got him to autograph this book for me.

This is the the second post where I have shown you some of My Daredevil Collection. I have a few more things, including some more autographs that I will share with you here in the future.

Have a great weekend!

9 responses to “Joe Quesada Autograph”

  1. That sentence didn't come out right. I gave a donation to CBDLF, in exchange for an autograph, and he did the sketch.

  2. Hi Darediva,

    I've never had the nerve to ask for a sketch. I know that under most circumstances you need to pay for them as well. It's cool that you got one for a donation.

  3. Hi Chase .. sounds like something you enjoy! I wonder how many of us had 'cool autographs' that we threw away before they became well known .. or our thoughts changed & we moved on – glad you've kept yours ..

    Enjoy Memorial Day – or perhaps you have something different in Canada .. Hilary

  4. Hi Hilary,

    I have a collection of autographs but I have lost a few over the years. I wish I knew where they all were.

    Happy Memorial Day! We honour our Veterans on Remembrance Day in November. But we do have Victoria Day and that was last Monday.

    Have a good one!

  5. Hi Chase .. ours is a Spring Bank Holiday .. it used to Whit Sunday/Monday .. part of the Christian calendar .. : "

    the seventh Sunday after Easter to commemorate the descent of the Holy Ghost on the day of Pentecost. It is one of the great seasons for Baptism and the candidates wore white garments .. hence the name."

    We then had a holiday I think! that's right – the quote above is .. it comes from Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable ..

    Enjoy the week .. trying to keep in touch with holidays around the world is tricky .. but if my brain is in gear (not often) I have a list of these straight in front of me! Cheers – Hilary

  6. Hi Chase the three left turns article is very funny – especially from a guy who was/is president of NBC .. so give it a read.

    This is to say I have just got out of the car coming back from my Ma – to hear a chap say he used to have his lunch regularly in Abbey Road in the 60s, sit with or near John, Paul, George and Ringo – & never asked them for their autograph – now how's that for missing out?!

    Bye .. you'll find yours I hope – somewhere at some stage .. Hilary

  7. Hey Hilary,

    I didn't know that at all. Interesting!

    Imagine seeing The Beatles regularly and not getting their autographs. Wow! What a story.