Daredevil is my favourite super-hero. I started this humble collection about 10 years ago.
I haven’t bought any new toys in quite some time. I’ve seen some that I’ve wanted to buy but I haven’t really been in the position to spend any more money on it.
Some of these were hard to find. I had to look in several different toy stores to find them. Daredevil toys aren’t as widely produced or available as some other super-heroes.
The figure in the box here is 12 inches tall and has over 30 points of articulation. I opened up the box at one point to examine all the detail that was put into this figure. I didn’t untie him though so he is still in pristine condition.
Daredevil and Elektra figures are in front of it. They are incredibly detailed as well.
There is a wind-up figure here that walks and swings his numb-chuck. I had to open this one. The monster truck and motorbike are pretty cool even if they don’t make much sense for the character. Daredevil is blind after all and he doesn’t drive any vehicles in the comics.
It took me some time to find the Honda S2000 convertible, years actually. I’d seen it in a toy shop one day but for some reason I didn’t buy it. I went back but it was already gone. That is my most recent find in this collection, not including books.
There is a smaller version of that honda car here, as well as a kit of a car that you can put together, and of course the transport truck. Every super-hero needs an eighteen wheeler.
The figure on the right is 20 cm tall and has a cloth costume. There are a whole series of these figures but I haven’t seen them around much. They are a limited edition and I’m glad I found this Daredevil one at Toys R Us one day.
The Mighty Beanz set has five figures inside it. I remember searching through a bin of these figures in Zellers. I was there for about half an hour trying to find one that had a Daredevil figure visible. I never opened this pack so I don’t know which other characters are inside.
You can also see a few trading cards here.
Here are three more figures. One is from a Spiderman collection, one is from the Marvel Hall of Fame, and the last one is from the movie. I bought two of those so I could have one to open up.
There is a also a cool candy dispenser that fits rockets in it instead of the typical Pez candy that you’d expect. I bought two of those as well.
Well, that’s about it for the toys and figures. I hope to add some more to this collection in the future.
I love these hardcover collections. They are over-sized as well and much bigger than the regular comic book. Unfortunately, they stopped producing these books after Volume 6 so I’ve had to start buying the trade paper backs.
I have some single comic books as well but as you can see, I much prefer buying the collected comics. The hardcover books are just gorgeous and the trade paper backs give you an entire story in one book. Of course, these also look better on a bookshelf as opposed to the traditional single issue comics.
I also have some DVDs including the theatrical release of the movie, the director’s cut, the Incredible Hulk movie, Daredevil vs Spiderman, and two motion comics.
Well that’s my Daredevil collection. I just thought I’d share it with you today.
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