Marvel Comics
(Media and Entertainment)
Karen Page
(Fictional character)
Arthur Byron Cover
Harlan Ellison
Drew Goddard
(Movies & TV)
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Daredevil (Marvel Comics)

Knowledge Identifier: $Daredevil_(Marvel_Comics)


Daredevil (Marvel Comics)

Fictional character, a superhero that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics add

Category: Movies & TV (150)

Launched in 1979.

Country: United States (100%)

Main connections: Marvel Comics, Karen Page, Arthur Byron Cover

Linked to: Marvel Comics, American Broadcasting Company, Facebook, HarperCollins




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When Miller joined the title in 1979, 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 most martial artists claim to have add something


Frank Miller's influential tenure on the title in the early 1980s cemented the character as a popular and influential part of the Marvel Universe add something


It was one of Wood's final assignments before his death in 1981 add something


Novelists Harlan Ellison and Arthur Byron Cover co-wrote two issues in 1984 add something


Frank Miller returned to the character and his origins with the 1993 five-issue "Daredevil: The Man Without Fear" miniseries add something


He would return again for an eight-issue run in 1997 add something


In the 2000s, Murdock marries a woman named Milla Donovan, although one of Daredevil's enemies drives her to insanity add something


The 2001 "Daredevil: Yellow" miniseries presented another take on Daredevil's origins using letters written to Karen Page after her death add something


Daredevil has since appeared in many various forms of media including several animated series, video games, merchandise, and a 2003 feature-length film add something


In July 2011, Daredevil relaunched with vol add something


On October 23, 2013 it was announced that the current "Daredevil" volume will conclude with Issue 36 add something


In December 2013, Marvel confirmed that Drew Goddard will be the executive producer and showrunner for the "Daredevil" TV series, and will write and direct the first episode add something


The series officially ended at Issue 36 in February 2014, in which Matt is forced to reveal the truth of his identity as Daredevil to avoid being blackmailed by a member of the Sons of Serpent, resulting in his being disbarred by the New York Supreme Court add something


On May 24, 2014, it was revealed that Goddard would no longer be the showrunner for Daredevil, being replaced by Steven S. DeKnight add something


Unlike all other Marvel TV series and films, Daredevil will have a TV-MA rating, as shown in the beginning of the official trailer, which debuted on March 10, 2015, exactly a month before the show's release add something


Charlie Cox will play Daredevil in Marvel's upcoming "Daredevil" live-action television series set to premier April 2015 add something


Charlie Cox plays Daredevil in Marvel's "Daredevil" live-action television series on Netflix that premiered on April 10, 2015 add something


A new volume will begin as part of the All-New, All-Different Marvel branding, written by Charles Soule with art by Ron Garney with the first two issues being released in December 2015 add something


A second season is set to be released on March 18 2016 add something


A second season is set to be released on March 18, 2016 add something