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Having defeated the Tri-Man at Madison Square Garden, the Masked Marauder uses his levitation ray to transport both the android and Daredevil back to his base, with the intention of absorbing Daredevil's abilities into the Tri-Man.  Once at the base, however, Daredevil breaks out of the plex-glass dome in which he is imprisoned following being beamed to the Marauder's den and begins to battle the Gladiator and the other three underworld figures captured in the previous issue.

Whilst they battle, the Masked Marauder contacts the Maggia and offers to deliver the Gladiator and Daredevil to the (doublecrossing the Gladiator by doing so) via the levitation ray.  He does so, landing the two foes in the middle of a Roman Colliseum, part of  disused European movie set.  Whilst the gangsters look on, Daredevil and the Gladiator duel.

During the fight, the Gladiator accidentally saws through the bars of a cage containing a lion.  When Daredevil subdues and recaptures the beast, the Gladiator is so grateful that he refuses to fight on.  The Maggia, disgusted with the Masked Marauder, break ties with him but ask the Gladiator to join them. 

They also let Daredevil go, though he is now abandoned in the middle of Europe...

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Gladiator Vs. Daredevil In The Arena 0

Summary :   Daredevil and the Tri Man are sucked up by Marauders "Levitation" ray. In all honesty it seems to be more of a teleporter. It takes Daredevil into a glass cage where the Marauder would take his skill and put it into the robot. However, Daredevil has other plans, and easily breaks out of his glass prison.   He then has to face the three criminals who were originally kidnapped to power the robot. He easily defeats them.  Afterwards he faces the Gladiator. As the two of them fight, the ...

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Daredevil 23 0

The threats issued against Foggy and Karen at the end of the last issue are very quickly dismissed, cited by the Masked Marauder merely as a ruse in which to attract DD's attention so that he can levitate him into his plexi-glass prisons back at his base.  It strikes me that the Levitation Ray that the Marauder uses is very similar to the teleportation device used in Star Trek.  Now, I'm not sure exactly when the original series of Star Trek first came out but it must have been very close - with...

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