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Our Stores. Results for - maxim. Wolfman's issue run included the introduction of one of Daredevil's most popular villains, Bullseye ,  and a story arc in which the Jester uses computer-generated images to manipulate the mass media. With issue , Jim Shooter became the writer and introduced Paladin in issue Jan.
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McKenzie's work on Daredevil reflected his background in horror comics, and the stories and even the character himself took on a much darker tone: Daredevil battled a personification of death,  one of his archenemies was bifurcated by a tombstone,  and a re-envisioning of Daredevil's origin showed him using stalker tactics to drive the Fixer to his fatal heart attack. In a story arc overlapping Wolfman, Shooter, and McKenzie's runs on the series, Daredevil reveals his identity to Glenn and becomes partially responsible for the suicide of her father; their relationship would persist, but would prove increasingly harmful to both of them.
Though the Black Widow returned for a dozen issues — and attempted to rekindle her romance with Daredevil, he ultimately rejects her in favor of Glenn.
Miller continued the title in a similar vein to McKenzie. Resuming the drastic metamorphosis the previous writer had begun, Miller took the step of essentially ignoring all of Daredevil's continuity prior to his run on the series; on the occasions where older villains and supporting cast were used, their characterizations and history with Daredevil were reworked or overwritten.
Most prominently, dedicated and loving father Jack Murdock was reimagined as a drunkard who physically abused his son Matt, entirely revising Daredevil's reasons for becoming a lawyer. Daredevil himself was gradually developed into something of an antihero. In issue April , he attempts to murder Bullseye by throwing him off a tall building; when the villain survives as a quadriplegic , he breaks into his hospital room and tries to scare him to death by playing a two-man variation on Russian roulette with a secretly unloaded gun.
Following up a suggestion from O'Neill that he give Daredevil a realistic fighting style,  Miller introduced ninjas into the Daredevil canon, bringing a martial-arts aspect to Daredevil's fighting skills, and introducing previously-unseen characters who had played a major part in his youth: Stick , leader of the ninja clan the Chaste , who had been Murdock's sensei after he was blinded;  a rival organization of assassins called the Hand ;  and Elektra , an ex-girlfriend and sometime member of the Hand.
After Miller left the series. O'Neil switched from editor to writer. Miller returned as the title's regular writer, co-writing with O'Neil. Miller and artist David Mazzucchelli crafted the acclaimed " Daredevil: Born Again " storyline in — The Kingpin acquires the information and, in an act of revenge, orchestrates a frameup which costs Murdock his attorney's license. Miller ended the arc on a positive note, with Murdock reuniting with both Karen Page and Maggie , the mother he thought dead, now a nun.
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Ann Nocenti later became the series's longest-running regular writer, with a four-and-a-quarter-year run from — Jan. The team returned Murdock to law by co-founding with Page a nonprofit drug and legal clinic, while Nocenti crafted stories confronting feminism , drug abuse , nuclear proliferation , and animal rights -inspired terrorism. She introduced the antagonist Typhoid Mary ,  and in issues — used the Inferno event as a backdrop for the collapse of Daredevil's life: the clinic is destroyed, Page goes missing after learning that Matt has had an affair with Mary Walker, and Walker reveals herself as the alter ego of Typhoid Mary.
Murdock subsequently becomes a drifter in upstate New York , an especially controversial move in Nocenti's run, as it marked the first time the character had been taken outside of an urban environment. She ended her run with a positive turn in Murdock's fortunes: he returns to Hell's Kitchen, regains his sense of self, reconciles with Foggy Nelson, and resolves to seek out Karen Page. New writer D. Chichester continued from where Nocenti left off, with Murdock resuming his friendship with Foggy Nelson , struggling to re-win the heart of Karen Page, appealing the revocation of his attorney's license, and bonding more deeply than ever with Hell's Kitchen.
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Chichester's focus on Daredevil's relationship with New York City went so far as to have two issues devoted entirely to Daredevil defending New Yorkers from ordinary criminals and even simple accidents. The critically acclaimed "Last Rites" arc from — saw Daredevil regaining his attorney's license and finally bringing the Kingpin to justice. Frank Miller returned to the character and his origins with the five-issue Daredevil: The Man Without Fear miniseries. An injured Daredevil creates a more protective costume from biomimetic materials: red and gray with white armor on the shoulders and knee pads.
Revamped billy clubs could attach to form nunchucks or a bo staff. His secret identity becomes public knowledge, leading to him fake his own death and assuming the new identity of "Jack Batlin". This new identity and costume lasts for several story arcs, while Murdock finds a way to convince the world that he is not, in fact, secretly Daredevil courtesy of a double. A short stint by J. DeMatteis returned Daredevil to his traditional red costume and Matt Murdock identity. Under writers Karl Kesel and later Joe Kelly , the title gained a lighter tone, with Daredevil returning to the lighthearted, wisecracking hero depicted by earlier writers.
Matt and Foggy who now knows of Matt's dual identities join a law firm run by Foggy's mother, Rosalind Sharpe. In , Daredevil ' s numbering was rebooted, with the title "canceled" with issue and revived a month later as part of the Marvel Knights imprint. Murdock experiences a crisis of faith exacerbated by the discovery that Karen Page has AIDS later revealed to be a hoax and her subsequent death at Bullseye 's hands. Smith was succeeded by writer-artist David Mack , who contributed the seven-issue "Parts of a Hole" vol.
The arc introduced Maya Lopez, also known as Echo , a deaf martial artist. The Daredevil: Yellow miniseries presented another take on Daredevil's origins using letters written to Karen Page after her death. The series depicts the early rivalry between Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson for Page's affection, and incorporates many events depicted in the earliest issues of Daredevil.
The supervillains the Owl and the Purple Man appear as antagonists. In this story, Daredevil credits Page with coining the phrase "The Man Without Fear", and she suggests to Daredevil he wear all maroon instead of dark red and yellow. Developments in this run included the introduction of romantic interest and future wife Milla Donovan , the outing once again of Murdock's secret identity, the reemergence of the Kingpin, and Daredevil's surrender to the FBI. The impact of his exposure as Daredevil continued to be used as a plot point by both Bendis and writer Ed Brubaker and artist Michael Lark , who became the new creative team with Daredevil vol.
Brubaker's first story arc had a new character masquerading as Daredevil in Hell's Kitchen.
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The series returned to its original numbering with issue Oct. New writer Andy Diggle revised the status quo,   with Daredevil assuming leadership of the ninja army the Hand.
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Following this came the crossover story arc " Shadowland ",  in which it is revealed that Daredevil's recent actions after taking control of the Hand are the result of him being possessed by a demon. Purged of the demon by his allies, Murdock departs New York, leaving his territory in the hands of the Black Panther in the briefly retitled series' Black Panther: Man Without Fear Murdock finds himself renewed in the miniseries Daredevil: Reborn 1—4 March—July , where he confronts a drug dealer with the power to make his opponents live their darkest fears, Murdock reaffirming his role as the man without fear as he confronts his enemy's taunts and resolves to return to New York.
In July , Daredevil relaunched with vol.
Waid focused on emphasizing the character's powers and perception of the physical world. Two issues later, Nelson and Murdock have developed a new business strategy of serving as consulting counselors, by teaching clients how to represent themselves in court. At one point, Foggy begins to question Matt's sanity, ultimately leading to a fallout between the two. It was reprinted as issue 0. Daredevil volume 4 ended with issue 18 in September He will have a redesigned costume and a new apprentice in Samuel Chung, an undocumented immigrant who has been living in New York's Chinatown since he was a child, who has taken up the codename Blindspot.
Following the release of Issue 28, much like with other Marvel series as part of the Marvel Legacy event, the Daredevil series official numbering was rebooted back to the original numbering which started with Issue which was released on November 8, , where Daredevil's longtime nemesis the Kingpin became the Mayor of New York City and begins a campaign to make costumed vigilantes officially criminals. Charles Soule released his final Daredevil storyline "Death of Daredevil" during the October and November releases, in a 4-part bimonthly release which ended the series.
Although the character is blind, his remaining four senses function with superhuman accuracy and sensitivity, giving him abilities far beyond the limits of a sighted person. Few characters know that the hero cannot see.
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Daredevil developed a radar sense,  which is similar to echolocation. The Beyonder once restored Daredevil's eyesight, but, suspecting a trick on Beyonder's part, Daredevil immediately insisted that his blindness be restored. Beyonder reluctantly agreed. When Frank Miller expanded most of Daredevil's abilities, he attempted to make them "extraordinary enough to be exciting, but not on par with Superman ", noting Superman's distinctly unbelievable powers. When Miller joined the title in , the first thing he did to the character was "revamp" his radar sense and made it less distinct and more believable; he wanted Daredevil to have the "proximity" sense that some martial artists claim to have.
Due to the character's sensitive sense of touch, Daredevil can read by passing his fingers over the letters on a page  though laminated pages prevent him from reading the ink. This ability can be fooled if the other person's heart is not beating at a natural rate, such as if they have an artificial pacemaker. Just as Daredevil's other senses are stronger, they are also sensitive; his main weakness is his vulnerability to powerful sounds or odors that can temporarily weaken his radar sense. While his radar sense mostly compensates for his blindness, it has certain limitations.
He cannot perceive color without touch, and he can only read printed matter if the ink is raised enough for his sense of touch.