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Appearing in "Daredevil Faces Off with Five Crime Organizations at Once"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil Vol 3 #7.

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  • Cresskill School for the Blind
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    • John (bus driver) (Only appearance; dies)[1]

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  • School Bus (Destroyed)

Synopsis for "Daredevil Faces Off with Five Crime Organizations at Once"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil Vol 3 #7.

Matt Murdock volunteers to take a group of blind students on a field trip. While traveling with them, the small school bus crashes deep within the snowy woods. With the driver dead, who was the only other adult on the trip, Matt dons his Daredevil costume and tries to lead the kids to safety by using the grappling line in his Billy Club to help guide the children. However, the snow and sleet proves too much for him and his "radar senses" and he passes out due to blood loss when his left leg was injured in the crash. The children band together, demonstrating how resilient they are by saving the "hero" and dragging him to a nearby farmhouse.

Appearing in "The Devil and the Details - Part 2 of 2"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil Vol 3 #8.

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Synopsis for "The Devil and the Details - Part 2 of 2"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil Vol 3 #8.

The story starts with Foggy Nelson alongside a group of protesters on a graveyard talking to a group of constructors to stop damaging the land since he carries a legal complaint on behalf of the community and tells them they should be glad that his associate partner Matt Murdock is not present since he has a personal history with the graveyard, which shows the tombstone of Matt's late father "Battlin" Jack Murdock.

Then it goes right where the first part left off (on Amazing Spider-Man #677) with Daredevil emerging from the ruins watching Black Cat over an electrocuted Spider-Man. Daredevil starts fighting against Felicia while she starts flirting with him but then comments that she had a Spider-Tracer on her suit which led the police to her. Realizing they were both set-up, Spidey manages to convince Felicia to help them and the three of them go searching for Wasserschmidt to solve the clues.

The three manage to find him in inside a hidden room in his apartment, where they interrogate him and he reveals that his kidnapping was forced by members of Terra-One in order to co-operate. Spidey and Felicia believe that he might be lying but Daredevil's acute senses reveals that he's not just telling the truth but he's also poisoned and with very few minutes remaining to live so Spider-Man rushes with him to the hospital while Daredevil and Felicia head to investigate.

They both manage to find the location of the Holographic Projector, safeguarded by members of Black Spectre and an ambush is at place. After evading and defeating the initial assault, Daredevil and Black Cat head to the high security levels to search for the device, all of this while Felicia flirts with Matt. They both split and Daredevil manages to find the device and easily defeat the guards, since they ignore the fact that Matt is blind and therefore can't be fooled by the holograms.

After finding the device and reuniting with Felicia, she comments that Daredevil is not satisfied with the job done so she decides to compensate him with a long, passionate kiss. Daredevil tries to think who might've set up Felicia and in a flashback is revealed that Felicia bumped with the mastermind of the theft who reveals to her that the entire ordeal starting with Felicia being set up, was part of his plan to get her attention and "test her" in order to offer her a huge reward in exchange of a device in possession of Matt Murdock himself.

Meanwhile, in the distance, Spider-Man sees Daredevil and Felicia kissing with pain and anger. Afterwards, Felicia and Matt go to his apartment to continue the passionate exchange but just when things start to heat up, Foggy Nelson calls Matt to tell him that the body of his father has suddenly disappeared. The end reveals Foggy standing next to a massive tunnel to the underground right next to Jack Murdock's tombstone

Appearing in 3rd story

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil Vol 3 #9.

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Synopsis for 3rd story

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil Vol 3 #9.

Right after leaving his apartment, Daredevil heads to the Cemetery to rendezvous with Foggy Nelson about the situation with his late father's whereabouts. Foggy explains the situation about the mysterious tunnel to Matt and says that he managed to stall the authorities so Matt can go down the tunnel and investigate the issue.

Daredevil goes down the tunnel to find the underground creatures Moloids grabbing all the caskets they can to send them to their master, Mole Man. Matt has a minor obstacle with some of his senses limited due to the environment underground and that ends up giving him away to the Moloids, however, he manages to fend off the creatures and head straight to Mole Man's throne.

Meanwhile, Black Cat starts searching for any hidden safe inside Matt's apartment, remembering the deal she strucked with Black Spectre to search for the Omegadrive. She finds a hidden adamantium safe which is sensitive to touch, allowing her to gain access to the device. While she starts to have some second thoughts about the job (hinting a possible attraction to Matt), she ends up with her hands on the device.

Daredevil reaches Mole Man's throne room and gains the upper hand against him until Mole Man subdues him with his sceptre and knocks him dowm, leaving him down against the underground creatures while he searches amongst the many corpses.

Appearing in 4th story

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil Vol 3 #10.

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Synopsis for 4th story

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil Vol 3 #10.



Appearing in 5th story

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil Vol 3 #10.1.

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Synopsis for 5th story

This story is a reprint of the comic
Daredevil Vol 3 #10.1.

Matt Murdock goes to the Queens County Meta-Holding Facility to see Mr. Nolan, a client, all the while being jokingly referred to as Daredevil by the staff. One of them even whispers that they'll look the other way if he decides to beat up his client again.

After going through security, he enters the holding cell where Nolan, also called Pyromania, is being kept. His pyrokinetic powers are held in check by changing temperatures, a hard cot, and loud noises that blare constantly. Nolan has asked for Murdock because he considers this a cruel and unusual punishment. Nolan produces a puff of fire in Matt's face to see if he is really blind, believing a blind man couldn't be able to take him down, alleviating his suspicions that he is Daredevil.

Nolan then tells the story of why he was hired to come after Matt, the reason he is in this holding cell. On a Monday, Matt was with a client when a fire broke out in the building. Matt saw Pyromania's silhoutte in the thick of the fire and changed into Daredevil. From behind, he threw Pyromania out the window, both making a safe landing on the ground. Daredevil could smell something underneath him, where the sewer was undergoing maintenance. Jumping down a manhole, he broke a methane vent, so that when Pyromania followed after him and sparked a fire, he was caught in the ensuing explosion.

Nolan finishes his story and admits he was hired to bring Matt to the Hellfire Club, who caught wind of the drive he has in his possession. Hoping to complete his job, Nolan takes him hostage and tells him to call for the guard to open the door. Shortly after, he calls for the guard. When he opens the door, he finds that Matt has beaten Nolan so badly that he's spooked him into yelling that Matt isn't Daredevil. Regardless, he tells them that he plans to file Nolan's appeal because he considers the way he is treated is cruel and unusual punishment.

On his way home, he thinks about the Omegadrive, the hard drive he stole that contains information on Hydra, A.I.M., Black Spectre, Agencè Byzantine, and the Secret Empire.

At the Latverian Embassy in New York City, representatives from all five crime organizations meet to discuss how they will handle their situation, but none of them are able to come up with an effective idea. Their meeting is interrupted by Daredevil, angry that none of them have come after him yet, so he decides to make the first move. Since it was Black Spectre that tried to steal the drive from him the other day, he reveals to everyone that he had Reed Richards transfer the data on Black Spectre within the drive to the Daily Bugle servers and gave the incriminating evidence to the government, shutting down Black Spectre permanently. Daredevil leaves, telling them to make a move quickly. Shortly after he leaves, the four other representatives kill Black Spectre's representative.

Appearing in "The Devil and the Details"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #677.

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  • Black Spectre
    • Unnamed thugs (Appears on a computer screen, TV, or hologram only)

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  • Police car

Synopsis for "The Devil and the Details"

This story is a reprint of the comic
Amazing Spider-Man #677.

The story begins with Peter Parker, reflecting about his recent break-up with Carlie Cooper while walking on the streets of the city watching, many couples in love. His thoughts are interrupted by a burglar who's committing a crime. Peter suits up as Spider-Man and takes down the thug but afterwards hears the voice of the Black Cat.

Spider-Man tries to talk with Felicia while jumping through the rooftops in order to gain a date with her but she denies him the chance since she's feeling his sense of loneliness and doesn't want to become the rebound girl.

Felicia arrives to her apartment but after finding a Spider-Tracer attached to her suit, she's surrounded by NYPD forces and placed under arrest.

Peter arrives at work at Horizon Labs the next day for a meeting but is interrupted when Sajani comments about the robbery of a Wi-Fi Hologram projector with the Black Cat as the prime suspect and even caught on film. Peter leaves his workplace knowing that Felicia has just been framed since she was with him the night before so he searches for the only man who can help him: Matt Murdock.

After finding Murdock with the assistant D.A. Kirsten McDuffie, he manages to convince him to meet and talk about the work. While investigating, Spidey and Daredevil bump with a kidnapping, presumably from the Wi-Fi Hologram Projector's creator Wasserschmidt, but Daredevil's heightened senses reveals that is just another illusion from the Wi-Fi Projector.

Both Spider-Man and Daredevil search for the thugs in the sewers but suddenly the place is trembling and collapsing on top of the heroes, but while Spider-Man tries to escape he bumps with a live wire electrocuting him and glimpses Black Cat (who managed to escape from police custody earlier) on top of him.

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  1. First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks



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