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* {{a|[[Benjamin Urich (Earth-701306)|Ben Urich]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Benjamin Urich (Earth-701306)|Ben Urich]]}}
 
'''Antagonists:'''
 
'''Antagonists:'''
* {{a|[[Fallon (Earth-701306)|Fallon]]}}
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* {{a|[[Edward Fallon (Earth-701306)|Fallon]]}}
 
* {{Death|[[Jose Quesada (Earth-701306)|Jose Quesada]]}}
 
* {{Death|[[Jose Quesada (Earth-701306)|Jose Quesada]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Wilson Fisk (Earth-701306)|Kingpin (Wilson Fisk)]]}}
 
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* {{a|[[Bullseye (Earth-701306)|Bullseye]]}}
 
* {{a|[[Bullseye (Earth-701306)|Bullseye]]}}
 
'''Other Characters:'''
 
'''Other Characters:'''
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* {{a|[[Dante Jackson (Earth-701306)|Dante Jackson]]}}
 
* {{FlashOnly|[[John Romita (Earth-701306)|John Romita]]}}
 
* {{FlashOnly|[[John Romita (Earth-701306)|John Romita]]}}
 
'''Races and Species:'''
 
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| Notes = * This comic retells the ''[[Daredevil (film)|Daredevil]]'' film.
 
| Notes = * This comic retells the ''[[Daredevil (film)|Daredevil]]'' film.
* The comic included some scenes that weren't in the theatrical release (but brought back in for the director's cut), including a portion of the trial of Duante Jackson, Matt Murdock's interrogation of Officer McKenzie, and Foggy learning Wesley's connection to Lisa Tazio's murder.
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* The comic included some scenes that weren't in the theatrical release (but brought back in for the director's cut), including a portion of the trial of Dante Jackson, Matt Murdock's interrogation of Officer McKenzie, and Foggy learning Wesley's connection to Lisa Tazio's murder.
 
* A major difference between the comic adaptation and the movie is that in the comic, Daredevil impales Bullseye in the chest with a glass shard (and through the back) before throwing him out the window. In the movie, Bullseye is distracted by his hands getting shot by a sniper before Daredevil throws him out the window. While both versions of the film show that Bullseye survived the fall, the comic never says if Bullseye survived. Additionally, {{c|Elektra: On the Rise Vol 1 1}} has Daredevil saying that Bullseye is dead, which may adhere to the comic adaptation in spite of the different designs used in the Elektra comic.
 
* A major difference between the comic adaptation and the movie is that in the comic, Daredevil impales Bullseye in the chest with a glass shard (and through the back) before throwing him out the window. In the movie, Bullseye is distracted by his hands getting shot by a sniper before Daredevil throws him out the window. While both versions of the film show that Bullseye survived the fall, the comic never says if Bullseye survived. Additionally, {{c|Elektra: On the Rise Vol 1 1}} has Daredevil saying that Bullseye is dead, which may adhere to the comic adaptation in spite of the different designs used in the Elektra comic.
 
* In the comic, the character Quesada is visually depicted to look more like his namesake [[Joe Quesada (Earth-1218)|Joe Quesada]] instead of the film version portrayed by actor Paul Ben-Victor.
 
* In the comic, the character Quesada is visually depicted to look more like his namesake [[Joe Quesada (Earth-1218)|Joe Quesada]] instead of the film version portrayed by actor Paul Ben-Victor.

Latest revision as of 09:15, 14 January 2021


Appearing in 1st story

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Antagonists:

Other Characters:

Races and Species:

  • Humans (Main story and flashback)

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:

Synopsis for 1st story



Notes

  • This comic retells the Daredevil film.
  • The comic included some scenes that weren't in the theatrical release (but brought back in for the director's cut), including a portion of the trial of Dante Jackson, Matt Murdock's interrogation of Officer McKenzie, and Foggy learning Wesley's connection to Lisa Tazio's murder.
  • A major difference between the comic adaptation and the movie is that in the comic, Daredevil impales Bullseye in the chest with a glass shard (and through the back) before throwing him out the window. In the movie, Bullseye is distracted by his hands getting shot by a sniper before Daredevil throws him out the window. While both versions of the film show that Bullseye survived the fall, the comic never says if Bullseye survived. Additionally, Elektra: On the Rise #1 has Daredevil saying that Bullseye is dead, which may adhere to the comic adaptation in spite of the different designs used in the Elektra comic.
  • In the comic, the character Quesada is visually depicted to look more like his namesake Joe Quesada instead of the film version portrayed by actor Paul Ben-Victor.
  • The marquee for the Jack Murdock vs John Romita boxing match says "Jazzy" John Romita, making a reference to John Romita's nickname at Marvel.

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