"While the City Sleeps!" reprints Daredevil (1964) #10
Cat Man breaks an out inmate Monk Keefer on the orders of the mysterious Organizer. Meanwhile, Frog Le Blanc and Henry Hawk get contacted by the Organizer to join his crew.
The Organizer costumes his men in animal costumes befitting their abilities, and dubs them 'The Organization'. Cat Man, Ape Man, Bird Man, and Frog Man (later dubbed the Ani-Men) launch a crime wave against the City.
Before Daredevil can look into it, Foggy announces that he has been selected by the Reform Party to be their candidate for District Attorney. Foggy is excited, but Matt smells a rat. At a gathering to meet other party members, Foggy is reintroduced to an old High School sweetheart, Deborah Harris, and falls head-over-heels in love.
Soon, the Organization is attacking the Reform Party right and left, and Daredevil does his best to keep up with them, as he learns that Deborah Harris is in league with the Organization.
Story written and penciled by Wally Wood, inked by Wood and Bob Powell, and lettered by Artie Simek. 20 pages.
"A Time To Unmask!" reprints Daredevil (1964) #11.
Debbie Harris, a secret agent, is playing Foggy for a fool, faking her kidnapping by her employer, the Organization. Daredevil is wise to her, but worries that this information would break Foggy's heart. Cat Man has been apprehended and spills the beans about the Organization's goal of getting the Reform Party elected, which means that the mysterious Organizer is a Reform Party member, but which one? Matt and Foggy lay a trap, and Daredevil is there to collect the catch. In the aftermath, business at the law firm is at an all-time low, and Foggy is heart-broken and dejected. Matt decides to take a leave of absence.
Story written by Stan Lee, penciled by Bob Powell, inked by Wally Wood, and lettered by Sam Rosen.
Cover by Sal Buscema.