dating from way back in 1983.
As the title might suggest, there is in fact a DAREDEVIL story in it, a reprint of the American issue 167, cover dated Nov. 1980. That's from early in Frank Miller's original run (so early, in fact, that he wasn't even writing it yet -- David Michelinie was). Besides that bit of Marvel nostalgia, we've also got an early chapter of the CAPTAIN BRITIAN revival with beautiful (black and white) art by Alan Davis and a smart, spooky script by an up-and-coming writer named Alan Moore.
Those two features would be enough to make the issue an interesting read, but what's really fascinating is a four-page story that combines elements of the two: a detailed, joke-stuffed satire of Miller's early DAREDEVIL written by none other than ... Alan Moore.