Appearing in "Sightless, in a Savage Land!"
- Electro (Only in flashback)
- Mister Fear (Only in flashback)
- Owl (Only in flashback)
- Matador (Only in flashback)
- Sub-Mariner (Only in flashback)
- Stilt-Man (Only in flashback)
- Organizer (Only in flashback)
- Cat Man (Only in flashback)
- Ape Man (Only in flashback)
- Frog Man (Only in flashback)
- Bird Man (Only in flashback)
- New York City New York State
- Savage Land
- Skull Island (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Sightless, in a Savage Land!"
After Foggy Nelson won the role of New York's next D.A., Matt Murdock has decided to close up Nelson & Murdock in order to travel. While taking a cruise, the Plunderer, an infamous pirate, attacks. Changing into Daredevil, Matt battles the Plunderer's men.
Meanwhile in the Savage Land, Ka-Zar and Zabu become aware of an attacking party of Swamp Men that are seeking out the jungle lord in order to destroy him. When the Swamp Men attack Skull Island, Ka-Zar and Zabu go to stop them.
Back aboard the ship, Daredevil gets the upper-hand over Plunderer's men, however, he is forced to stop when the Plunderer threatens to throw the crew overboard if he doesn't surrender. Being taken aboard the Plunderer's ship, Daredevil also finds that it is a submarine and that the Plunderer intends to take Daredevil to Skull Island.
Their arrival on the island lands them in a fight against Ka-Zar and Daredevil is forced to attack the jungle king, who easily defeats the man without fear, and somehow knocks out his powers. Being forced into retreat, Plunderer leaves Daredevil behind. Ka-Zar decides to take DD in and seek out the powerful Ju-Ju Berries to heal DD.
As Zebu leaves Daredevil's side to save Ka-Zar from a man eating plant, Daredevil's unconscious body is left alone and at the mercy of the arriving Maa-Gor last survivor of the Ape-Men.... This story is continued next issue.
- Story: Stan Lee
- Layouts: Jack Kirby
- Lettering: Sam Rosen
- ..and Introducing: The Matchless Artistic Wizardry of Marvel's Newest, And Most Eagerly-Awaited, Illustrator... The Inimitable John Romita!
- references: X-Men #10 (x2)
John Romita Jr. Credits his father creating this cover as his initial inspiration to become a comic book artist.