So today's pick for Back-Issue spotlight is Daredevil#208. Why this particular issue? Just wait and see young padawon....
Daredevil#208 (July '84) by Harlan Ellison and Arthur Byron Cover, art by David Mazzucchelli.
Daredevil#208 basically boils down to a revenge story with a house full of death-traps as the main attraction.
Apparently the mother of a guy Daredevil had a hand in killing, the Death-Stalker, is dying. And to get revenge on Daredevil for being responsible for offing Death-Stalker, she's successfully lured ol' DD into her family's mansion home. Except this is no ordinary mansion. Fuck no! It's a goddamn house of doom, death-trap mansion. Should've been called Manic Mansion, but then no one thought up of that title at the time, thus forcing the world to have to watch the shitty sit-com of the same name during the early 90's. Holla if you know what I'm talking about.
The kids' really a cleverly-disguised bomb. Shit just got real, real fast!
Believe or not, he actually had some cool powers. Here's the link to em':
From there the shit goes down, and Daredevil be running(I still love you Cyprus Hill!)
Who's that? DEATH-TRAP BITCH!!!!!
Poor Horn Head makes it all the way to the end, and listen's to the nutty old bitch's reasoning why she went to the trouble of doing all this. One last DEATH-TRAP!!!!
...Though, as when the old bat drops, so will the house, that's rigged to blow when she croaks.
DD just gets out at the last minute, making it, probably on instinct, to the Black Widow's place.
With only probably a couple of hours of sleep, Matt's got court duty the next morning. Mulling over the surviving an attack by a Mort's whacked-out momma, Matt thinks that at least he's safe now.
DUN DUN DUNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!
No bitch, you're not safe. You're not safe at all.
In fact this one kinda continued on next issue, resolving the thing with the creepy girls. Seriously, that shit's creepy as fuck!