More Newtons: Daredevil
Date: January 1976.
Contents: The Origin Of Daredevil by Stan Lee and Bill Everett (Daredevil #1)
Out Of Hell - A Hero by Archie Goodwin, George Tuska and Billy Graham (Luke Cage, Hero For Hire #1).
The free poster was The Amazing Spider-Man.
This was a short-run title consisting of two issues only with a third advertised but more than likely not getting past the proof stage. There was a Daredevil Special and I have seen a Daredevil, Thor & The X-Men as a special also but to date I've yet to see them or get any details of their contents.
Date: March 1976
Contents: Daredevil Battles The Owl, Ominous Overlord Of Crime by Stan Lee, Joe Orlando & Vince Colletta (Daredevil #3)
Out Of Hell - A Hero by Archie Goodwin, George Tuska & Billy Graham (Luke Cage, Hero For Hire #1)
The poster for this issue was also of Spider-Man. The issue also had an iron on transfer as a back cover (Captain America).
Date: April 1976
Killgrave, The Unbelievable Purple Man! by Stan Lee, Joe Orlando & Vinnie Colletta (Daredevil #4)
Out Of Hell - A Hero by Archie Goodwin, George Tuska and Billy Graham (Luke Cage, Hero For Hire #1)
This issue probably doesn't exist. As with any of the 'lost' Newtons I can only hazard a guess as to what might have been scheduled to appear and why. As the cover for Daredevil #3 is the same as the USA DD #4 then it'd stand to logical reason that the story would also be the same. Also the contents of issue #2 were the same as issue #3 (USA - still with me?) so a follow on might be in order.
The back-up story would probably also follow on. Newton had been reprinting the 1st issue of Luke Cage - Hero For Hire over the first two issues of Daredevil and had managed to print 10 pages from that story. As the original story had a page count of 23 pages again, it'd stand to reason that they'd continue with it.
Newton Spectacular #1 reprinted Daredevil #4
Origins Of Great Marvel Heroes reprinted Daredevil #1