31 Facts About Matt Murdock


Some years later, after graduating from law school with high grades, Matt Murdock seeks out the criminal element in Hell's Kitchen and starts his crime-fighting activities.

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Matt Murdock continued McKenzie and Miller's noir take on the series, but backed away from the antihero depiction of the character by having him not only spare Bullseye's life but express guilt over his two previous attempts to kill him.

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Miller ended the arc on a positive note, with Matt Murdock reuniting with both Karen Page and Maggie, the mother he thought dead, now a nun.

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Matt 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.

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Matt Murdock's 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.

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Chichester continued from where Nocenti left off, with Matt 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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Matt Murdock later discovered the ersatz Daredevil is his friend Danny Rand, the superhero Iron Fist.

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Two issues later, Nelson and Matt Murdock have developed a new business strategy of serving as consulting counselors, by teaching clients how to represent themselves in court.

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Matt Murdock had 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.

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Matt Murdock's mantle is taken up by several vigilantes trying to replace Daredevil, eventually leading Murdock to don a black variation of Daredevil's outfit and fight against the mob, which has taken over Hell's Kitchen, usurping Wilson Fisk's control over the district.

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Matt Murdock's senses are highly acute, capable of sensing the minor atmospheric disturbance created moments before a teleporting character appears.

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Matt Murdock cannot perceive color without touch, and he can only read printed matter if the ink is raised enough for his sense of touch.

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Matt Murdock uses elements from a wide variety of martial arts, including Ninjutsu, Aiki Jujutsu, Aikido, Judo, Karate, Jujitsu, Kung Fu, Silat, Capoeira, Wrestling, and Stick Fighting combined with American-style Boxing while making full use of his Olympic-level gymnastic capabilities.

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Matt Murdock is a skilled detective, tracker, and interrogation expert, as well as being an expert marksman.

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Matt Murdock always encouraged Matt to study, rather than fight like him.

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Matt Murdock was trained by an old blind ninja master named Stick following his childhood accident.

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Matt Murdock had a short-lived romantic relationship with Black Widow who for a time served as his crime-fighting partner while they both were in San Francisco until she broke it off because she did not want to feel like a sidekick; despite this they remain as close confidantes.

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Renouncing Mikhail, Matt Murdock ripped off his visor and realized that his enhanced senses were not the result of his cybernetic augmentation.

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Matt Murdock broke down upon realizing how many years Mikhail had been manipulating him.

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Ten years later, Matt Murdock is seen working for Weapon Omega, Apocalypse's replacement.

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Matt Murdock serves as the keeper of New Apocalypse city, using his sense to monitor humans who try to enter the city.

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Matt Murdock is seen hunting for Harper Simmons and fights with Prophet hand to hand but was defeated with a poison gas that allowed Prophet escape with the X-Terminators.

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Matt Murdock had been training Tim Urich, the adopted son of longtime friend Ben Urich, to become the new Daredevil.

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Matt Murdock's costume is patterned after an oni, or Japanese demon.

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In Old Man Hawkeye, the prequel to the original "Old Man Logan" arc, Matt Murdock is revealed to be one of the few heroes left alive.

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In Daredevil Noir, part of the Marvel Noir imprint, Matt Murdock was blinded by his father's assassin who brutally slammed his head into a brick wall, leaving him blind.

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Matt Murdock serves as the main antagonist for most of Spider-Gwen.

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The creators of the comic later confirmed that the boy was intended to be a young Matt Murdock, explaining Daredevil's own abilities as the result of exposure to the mutagen.

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Matt Murdock is discovered and trained by Stick after experiencing an accident similar to the one that gave his predecessor powers.

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Matt Murdock was eventually released after 15 years for good behavior.

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Matt Murdock was confirmed to be reprising his role in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, as well as in his own series: a revival of the Netflix series entitled Daredevil: Born Again (2024).

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