Silver Streak was originally an un-named cab driver and his identity not revealed.
Art credits added by Craig Delich 2012-6-30.
Story printed in red, black and white.
Art credits suggested by the Who's Who.
Last appearance in Silver Streak.
Art printed in red, black and white. The splash page drawing is signed, but I cannot decipher it fully (first two letters appear to be "Co"). The full figure illustration on page two looks like Jack Cole's work.
Daredevil's origin was revised in Daredevil Comics #18.
In the 1970's, in correspondence with Jerry Bails, Rico told Jerry that he had scripted the first Daredevil story.
Art credits suggested by Bails' Who's Who.
Story in printed in red, black and white. Anderson is credited on this feature by Jerry Bails' Who's Who, and the faces with the sharp arched upper eyelid, long thin eyebrows, and a small inkline under the outer corner of the eyes, are certain signs of Anderson. Also the closed hands with short lines between fingers, and a marked line under the cheeks. Look at the face in the last panel. Anderson drew Lance O'Casey, Nyoka and Red Gaucho. This story is the only one he drew of Ace Powers.
Story is printed in red, black and white. Title added by Craig Delich. The art IS signed....hard to make all of it out, but it appears to be "Gardinbirg", "Gardinking" or something like that.
Writer credit added by Craig Delich 2012-12-8.