History ComicBook / DareDevil

21st Sep '16 7:06:10 AM Ma35tro
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* CIAEvilFBIGood: Subverted to hell and back. There are government agencies that view Kingpin as a necessary evil and resort to [[FalseFlagOperation False Flag Operations]] to keep him in power. But the FBI hates both Daredevil and Kingpin, and even put them in the same prison [[LetsYouAndHimFight hoping that they would end up killing each other]].
7th Sep '16 4:46:54 PM Thranx
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* LogicalWeakness: It's long been established that Daredevil can read ordinary print thanks to his super-sensitive touch. In the 21st century, though, more and more vital information appears on screens. Because it's not (currently) common knowledge that DD is blind, this has occasionally left him ''screwed,'' as when Elektra handed him a piece of plot-critical evidence on her smartphone.
7th Sep '16 4:10:06 PM Thranx
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** There's also also the case of D-Man / Demolition Man, a c-level superhero from the 80s who originally sported a very close imitation of Daredevil's costume because he was a huge fan. D-Man went through some dark times - he was Marvel's homeless superhero for a while in the 90s - before falling into the orbit of the Captain America crew (both Steve and Sam) as a mechanic / aide.



* IdentityImpersonator: A Story Arc in Daredevil had an ersatz Daredevil running around Hell's Kitchen (the real Daredevil is in prison at the time), which turned out to be [[spoiler:Iron Fist.]]
4th Sep '16 7:10:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* UselessWithoutPowers: In an issue of ''Daredevil'' [[CrisisCrossover crossing over]] with ComicBook/SecretWarsII the Beyonder gives Matt Murdock his sight back. Murdock assumes that this will make him an even better crimefighter, but he can't adjust (including losing his HyperAwareness) and gets the Beyonder to take back the "gift."
21st Aug '16 7:30:03 PM lalalei2001
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* NotMeThisTime: Mr. Hyde once contacted Matt Murdock and demanded he defend him, as while Hyde is a known killer and ''was'' planning on killing the victim, someone else beat him to it.
11th Jul '16 10:25:51 AM Morgenthaler
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1st Jul '16 2:40:09 PM Morgenthaler
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* TheObiWan: Stick
18th Jun '16 12:22:10 PM pepsimax
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28th May '16 8:28:25 PM Doug86
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Despite his book having been home to some of the most respected writers (Creator/StanLee, Creator/FrankMiller, Creator/AnnNocenti, Creator/KevinSmith, BrianMichaelBendis, EdBrubaker, and MarkWaid) and artists (Klaus Janson, John Romita Jr, Alex Maleev, Bill Sienkiewicz and David Mazzucchelli) in the business, Daredevil has never really succeeded in making the breakthrough into mainstream popular culture in the way that stablemates such as Franchise/SpiderMan and the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} have, and he was generally considered to be at best a C-list character until Creator/FrankMiller took over the title in 1981 and introduced what are now considered to be some of the defining elements of the Daredevil mythos, including the characters of ComicBook/TheKingpin (originally a ''Spider-Man'' villain), Bullseye, and ComicBook/{{Elektra}}.

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Despite his book having been home to some of the most respected writers (Creator/StanLee, Creator/FrankMiller, Creator/AnnNocenti, Creator/KevinSmith, BrianMichaelBendis, EdBrubaker, and MarkWaid) and artists (Klaus Janson, John Romita Jr, Alex Maleev, Bill Sienkiewicz and David Mazzucchelli) in the business, Daredevil has never really succeeded in making the breakthrough into mainstream popular culture in the way that stablemates such as Franchise/SpiderMan and the Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Comicbook/XMen have, and he was generally considered to be at best a C-list character until Creator/FrankMiller took over the title in 1981 and introduced what are now considered to be some of the defining elements of the Daredevil mythos, including the characters of ComicBook/TheKingpin (originally a ''Spider-Man'' villain), Bullseye, and ComicBook/{{Elektra}}.



* RoguesGalleryTransplant: It's often been pointed out that most of Daredevil's villains are someone else's "castoffs". While Electro earned his spurs fighting Franchise/SpiderMan, he was also the first supervillain Daredevil defeated, and returned to tangle with Matt on a semi-regular basis. Daredevil would also have one-off fights with other villains, such as Klaw (an enemy of the Comicbook/BlackPanther), the Absorbing Man (an enemy of Comicbook/TheMightyThor), the Blob and Pyro (enemies of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}), and Nitro (an enemy of ComicBook/CaptainMarVell).

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* RoguesGalleryTransplant: It's often been pointed out that most of Daredevil's villains are someone else's "castoffs". While Electro earned his spurs fighting Franchise/SpiderMan, he was also the first supervillain Daredevil defeated, and returned to tangle with Matt on a semi-regular basis. Daredevil would also have one-off fights with other villains, such as Klaw (an enemy of the Comicbook/BlackPanther), the Absorbing Man (an enemy of Comicbook/TheMightyThor), the Blob and Pyro (enemies of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}), ComicBook/XMen), and Nitro (an enemy of ComicBook/CaptainMarVell).
25th May '16 6:34:25 AM Darth_Rasputin32898
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