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Quote1 The underworld will now be run like a business... and the chairman of the board will be... the Kingpin! Quote2
Wilson Fisk[src]


Early Life

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Wilson Fisk as a child

Wilson Fisk was born and raised in a dysfunctional family. His parents were constantly quarreling. He was bullied by his peers because he was overweight. Wilson committed his first murder when he was twelve. From the start, Fisk was determined to be the best in whatever he did, and he believed physical strength to be a major factor in building power in the underworld. Hence, he fanatically trained himself in various methods of bodybuilding and personal combat, finally concentrating on the Japanese art of sumo. His sumo training probably led to his interest in the Orient, which would manifest itself in other ways. In addition to his devotion to physical strength, Fisk realized the importance of intelligence. Being from a poor family, Fisk's formal education was limited. He became self-taught, acquiring or borrowing (or sometimes outright shoplifting) books from libraries or bookstores in whatever he could find. Although Fisk learned a great deal in sciences and arts, he became particularly fascinated by political science. He decided that another key to success would be in using political techniques in organizing and directing groups of criminals.[1] By the age of fifteen, his use of administrative techniques to organize his growing gang of criminals earned him the nickname "Kingpin of Crime."[16]

Criminal Take-Over

Fisk began working for Maggia boss, Don Rigoletto, as his bodyguard and enforcer.[17][18] During this time, Fisk befriended fellow family member Miles Morales, who saved Fisk's life in prison. Since then, Fisk promised to be forever in his debt. With Morales by his side, Fisk took over the operations of the Don Rigoletto, and had him killed. Some time after Fisk established his criminal empire, Miles left his side to live a quiet life with his lover. Fisk made the necessary adjustments to erase any records of Morales' criminal life. People also started mockingly calling Fisk the "Kingpin" behind his back, a nickname that became his nom de crime.[4]

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Wilson Fisk: the Kingpin

Fisk was careful to invest his illegal gains in legitimate businesses. The first company which he owned completely was one dealing in spices from the Far East. Today, even though Fisk has built a vast legitimate business empire in various fields, he still professes in public to being merely a "humble dealer in spices."[citation needed]

After about a decade of being a criminal leader, Fisk had also achieved enough success in legitimate business to become a prominent member of New York society. It is at this point that he met and soon married Vanessa Fisk, a beautiful woman not yet 20 years old, and whose love, the Kingpin has stated, gave him the peace he sought after his constant struggle for power. Whether or not Vanessa knew of his criminal activities when she married him is unclear; she did know afterward. Their son, Richard, was born within a year after their marriage.[citation needed]

Spider-Man's Retirement

About two decades later, Fisk had become one of the most powerful criminal leaders in both the New York and Las Vegas areas and had won the respect of many of the other crime bosses. When the costumed crime fighter Spider-Man briefly retired, the Kingpin decided the time had come to fulfill his master plan. For years various major criminals dreamed of forming a coalition of criminal gangs in order to compete with the Maggia, which virtually monopolized organized crime throughout the country, The Big Man (the late Frederick Foswell) had only temporarily succeeded in uniting the independent gangs; others who have tried included the Crime-Master, Doctor Octopus, the first and third Green Goblins, the Mad Thinker, the Owl, Hammerhead, and Silvermane. With Spider-Man apparently gone, the Kingpin proposed that such a coalition be formed under his leadership, and met with nearly unanimous acceptance. The Kingpin then directed a major crime wave in New York City which came to an end with his first confrontation with the again active Spider-Man. Moreover, the Kingpin's attempt to silence Daily Bugle publisher J. Jonah Jameson backfired when Spider-Man rescued Jameson, who then publicly exposed Fisk as the Kingpin, which caused the crime coalition to fall apart.[19]

In the following years the Kingpin suffered a number of reversals. He tried using the brainwashing techniques of Dr. Winkler to cause police chief George Stacy to steal important documents, but he was once again foiled by Spider-Man and Stacy was cleared of all charges.[20] He was then opposed by the Schemer, who turned out to be his own son Richard.[21]


He was offered an opportunity to fully achieve his ambitions for political power when he was recruited to serve as the behind the scenes leader of the Las Vegas area faction of the now fragmented Hydra. His son, Richard, acted under him as Supreme Hydra of this group. Through Hydra, the Kingpin planned to overthrow the United States government and even achieve world domination, but he turned against Hydra upon learning that the Las Vegas contingent was actually controlled not by him but by the infamous Nazi war criminal, the Red Skull.[22] Ever since, the Kingpin has pursued more realistic goals than Hydra's.

He hired several goons, including the Sandman to prevent the completion of the Worldwide Habitual Offender Computer[23] and had the Tinkerer rebuild the Spider-Mobile.[24]

Retirement to Japan

Eventually, Vanessa, sickened by the Kingpin's life of crime, demanded that Fisk abandon it or else she would desert him. Unwilling to lose Vanessa, Fisk agreed to her terms, and the two retired to Japan. Vanessa even persuaded the reluctant Fisk to turn over his files on the activities of other leaders of organized crime to American legal authorities. To prevent this, the new leaders of the Kingpin's crime syndicate kidnapped Vanessa, who was then apparently killed by a Kingpin aide who correctly saw her as the only obstacle preventing Fisk from returning to crime.[25][26]

Criminal Comeback

The enraged Fisk indeed made a comeback. Not only did he resume leadership of his former organization, but he also turned over his files on other criminal leaders to the law through the costumed crime fighter Daredevil, now with the motive of ridding himself of any rivals. The ploy worked: as a result of the evidence in the files, many criminal leaders, both inside and outside the Maggia, were convicted. In the ensuing power vacuum, the Kingpin rebuilt his coalition, stronger than before. He moved on to control the great majority of non-Maggia East Coast gangs dealing in conventional crimes. The Kingpin's organization became stronger than any single Maggia "family" in the New York area.[citation needed] Fisk was so powerful that the federal government needed his help (even while describing him as "the devil")[27] to dispose of a Manhattan office building that the Beyonder turned into gold.[28]


The Kingpin again turned his attention to his political goals, and his puppet candidate Councilman Randolph Cherryh actually won a New York mayoral election. However, Daredevil, now the Kingpin's principal opponent among the city's costumed adventurers, found Vanessa alive, though suffering from severe mental problems. Daredevil told the Kingpin he would return Vanessa to him if the Kingpin ordered Cherryh to decline to accept the mayoralty. The Kingpin agreed, and the bargain was carried out. Vanessa was returned to the Kingpin's custody as promised. While the Kingpin attempted to get revenge for this disgrace by having Elektra assassinate Matt Murdock's legal partner Foggy Nelson, it ended in failure when Bullseye killed Elektra.[29]

The Kingpin was angered by Daredevil's various successful attempts at subverting his plans. Finally, Karen Page, Daredevil's former lover who had become a heroin addict, sold the information that Daredevil was lawyer Matthew Murdock to a drug dealer. The information came into the Kingpin's hands, and he seized the opportunity for vengeance. He arranged for Murdock to be rendered virtually penniless and had him framed for bribing a witness to perjure himself. Murdock lost his license to practice law. Already psychologically troubled, Murdock sank into severe paranoia. He confronted the Kingpin, who savagely beat him and had him trapped, unconscious, within a cab at the bottom of a New York river so Murdock's death would seem an accident. But Murdock managed to escape.[30]

Kingpin made another attempt on Daredevil through Typhoid Mary, and succeeded in driving Murdock out of New York for many months.[31] Kingpin attempted to expand his reach into legitimate businesses by acquiring a news network, but had actually been manipulated by Hydra into taking them on as silent partners. Daredevil used these terrorist ties to foul Fisk's reputation in the public eye and among the criminal elite of New York, who began to see Kingpin as the patsy for Hydra. As a series of federal indictments came down against Fisk, Kingpin tried to enact an old plot, recovering a club with Murdock's fingerprints on it used to beat a cabbie to death. In his desperation, however, Fisk ended up in a daylight battle with Daredevil on the streets of New York before finally crumbling under the weight of his charges. Fisk's bail was made by a former crony who wanted to make Fisk beg for him, but Kingpin beat the man to death and then escaped into the sewers, nearly mindless and feral. The broken Fisk seemed to have come full circle from his squalid upbringing.[32]


Under circumstances not fully revealed, Fisk became a part of the Stark-Fujikawa corporate empire, surfacing in an East Asian branch, and wielding power and influence as he had before, although not quite on the same scale/geography. He eventually came up against the X-Men and their erstwhile companion, Shang-Chi. The heroes were hot on the trail of the Elixir Vitae which they thought could be used as a cure for the Legacy Virus. Unfortunately, the information about the Elixir was in the hands of the Kingpin, who wanted to give it up only for its ultimate monetary value. Storm ended up destroying the Elixir rather than to let Fisk get rich off it. Fisk used his position at Stark-Fujikawa to re-establish his empire in New York.[33]

Maya Lopez

Maya Lopez, who he had adopted after killing her father Willie "Crazy Horse" Lincoln (a mob enforcer in his employment), was curious about her father's killer and he took advantage of this to convince her that it had been Daredevil. She confronted Daredevil after studying videos of him fighting to learn his weaknesses and would have killed him had she not recognized him as Matt Murdock due to the shape of a wound on his cheek that she had seen while they were on a date. On talking to him she realized that Fisk had in fact murdered her father himself and attacked him in revenge, temporarily blinding him.[1]

Son's Death

Wilson Fisk eventually lost his criminal empire to one of his employees, Samuel Silke, who was working with his son Richard, in a bloody Caesar-like assassination bid.[34] In the aftermath, Vanessa killed Richard[35] and eventually fled the country after selling their real estate and broke up and sold the business off to Fisk's colleagues, she then left with Fisk's remaining wealth[36] while the Kingpin recuperated in the mountains of Jabal Katrina, Egypt, broken and alone.[37]


Fisk returned once he had healed and had reconstructive surgery to fix his blindness in Sweden, he got revenge on Silke by crushing his head 'like a melon' as well as killing Uri Rosenthal for publishing the story about Matt Murdock being Daredevil. With Typhoid Mary working for him after he forced her Typhoid Mary persona to reemerge Fisk almost managed to regain his empire after sending Mary to attack Daredevil in his civilian persona, setting him on fire in broad daylight as a distraction to Daredevil.

Fisk then had many of the people who had purchased his territory from his wife killed and sat down with those remaining to tell them he was in charge again, during this meeting he was defeated and beaten unconscious by Daredevil who came after him for sending Bullseye to kill him, intending for this to be their final fight. Daredevil then declared himself the new Kingpin and Fisk was put in Ryker's Island Maximum Security Penitentiary where he was visited by Maya Lopez who confronted him about their relationship.[38]

Murdock Papers

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Return of the King

He hatched a scheme to be freed and regain his wealth by giving the F.B.I. proof in the form of the nonexistent "Murdock Papers" that Matt Murdock is Daredevil. Having made so many enemies who were in prison, Fisk was constantly under attack from the Hand, Hydra, or any number of criminal organizations with which he had had intimate contact with. The U.S. Government was hard pressed to get rid of this expensive, dangerous, legally clean master criminal, and Fisk succeeded in manipulating the F.B.I. into gravely wounding Daredevil and directing them to his D.N.A. He told Ben Urich to give the feds the location of the Night Nurse, the only medic for injured superheroes, or go to jail.[39]

He succeeded in getting Matt Murdock finally arrested, but the F.B.I. betrayed him at the last minute and arrested him as well, placing him in the same jail as Murdock with hopes that the two would kill each other. While in jail he also managed to arrange the near-fatal stabbing of Foggy Nelson, Daredevil's longtime friend and fellow lawyer. Ironically, the enemies were forced to team up in order to survive a prison riot which was directed at them. Finally, Murdock sacrificed the deal, refusing to let Bullseye, who was also incarcerated, leave the prison as Kingpin had planned. The fight ended with the Kingpin shot point-blank in the knee by gunfire from Bullseye intended for Murdock, while Murdock escaped.[40]

Civil War

During the Civil War he offered a deal to Iron Man — consideration on his sentence in exchange for information about Captain America's Resistance base. However, as his status in prison was threatened for collaborating with Stark, he betrayed him. He first set up Iron Man by revealing a gathering of supervillains by Hammerhead to create a new criminal empire, claiming it was a base of Captain America's, and gave information to the Secret Avengers instead.[41]

He also put out a hit on Spider-Man and his loved ones. A sniper attempted to hit Spider-Man, only to hit one of the "secondary targets", Aunt May.[42]


At some point later, after Matt Murdock returned to America with his name cleared, he completed Vanessa Fisk's last wish and took on Fisk's case, getting all charges dropped in exchange for Fisk leaving the country. Fisk visited his wife's grave.[43]


However, Fisk returned to New York to settle some "old business" and met with the Runaways, who were on the run from S.H.I.E.L.D. He offered them protection from the government if they promised to steal a special artifact for him. After the teens ran into a winged monster and the Punisher, they decided not to give the artifact to Fisk but were attacked by his army of ninjas. They escaped by using the artifact, which took them back in time.[8]


During the time when Daredevil got control over The Hand, Fisk decided to meet with former Heroes for Hire, Luke Cage and Iron Fist, to discuss how they were going to deal with Daredevil. When they refused, Fisk used a scroll in order to summon the Ghost Rider.[44]

After Daredevil's fallout, Kingpin became the new leader of the Hand, with Lady Bullseye, Typhoid Mary, Montana, and Hobgoblin as his henchmen, using the group for his criminal purposes.[45]

Big Time

With the new Hobgoblin as his most recent incorporation to his organization, Fisk stole the experimental metal called Reverbium from Horizon Labs. The Reverbium was destroyed because of its instability by Spider-Man and Black Cat, leading to the destruction of the Fisk Tower and the death of Montana.[46] Shadowland was eventually brought down by Otto Octavius acting as Spider-Man. Fisk arranged for a body double to be found in the rubble of Shadowland, faking his death until such a time as he could reform his empire.[47]


With his power over New York gone, Fisk set up shop in San Francisco, with the intention of rebuilding his empire there. However, the vigilante known as the Shroud acted first, taking control of the local gangs and kidnapped the Owl, who also relocated his operations to San Francisco. He transformed Owlsley into a super-computer capable of taking control of all wifi signals in order to locate his ex, Julia Carpenter.[48] During this time, Daredevil revealed his secret identity, taking a positive approach to it this time and moved to San Francisco to practice law and continue his superhero career.[49] Fisk began to make moves against both of his enemies, hiring the assassin Ikari to kidnap Foggy Nelson and Murdock's new girlfriend, Kirsten McDuffie, and having his men look for Julia to have leverage against the Shroud.[50]

However, the Shroud and Murdock came into conflict when Murdock and Jubula Pride, the Owl's daughter, attempted to free Owlsley. The Shroud then released a cache of private information on Matt Murdock's legal clients.[48] Murdock went to Fisk and offered him a deal: he would use his resources to fix his situation and assure Foggy and Kirsten are safe, and in exchange Murdock would fake his death and get a new identity only Fisk would know, giving Kingpin back the power to destroy Daredevil, which he lost when he went public.[51] However, Fisk went with his original plan instead and Ikari kidnapped Nelson and Kirsten. Meanwhile, the Shroud, Pride, and Murdock crashed when they attempted to get Julia at an airport, allowing Kingpin's goons to take her. Fisk presented his hostages when Murdock confronted him and had him fight Ikari to the death, with Fisk killing one of them if Murdock won. The fight took them to the streets, where the Shroud saved Murdock and killed Ikari.[50] Improvising, Matt took Ikari's costume and claimed to have killed Daredevil while the Shroud had the Owl bring to light all of Fisk's operations in exchange for his freedom, ruining his criminal career. While Kingpin and Daredevil fought, the feds stormed his building. Daredevil beat down the Kingpin when he tried to flee and rescued the hostages, leaving him to be arrested.[52]

Mayor Fisk

Fisk found himself among those trapped in Manhattan when Hydra rose to power and used the supervillain Blackout to cast a Darkforce dome which sealed the island off from the rest of the country. Fisk used his resources to help the innocent during this time, solely so people would hold him in high reward once the crisis was over.[53] Taking advantage of his new status, Fisk ran for mayor as an independent. While Fisk's natural charm earned him substantial support,[54] he won by fixing the vote.[55] As part of his platform, Fisk promised to attack the vigilantes of the city, from the Punisher to even the likes of Spider-Man or Luke Cage.[54]

Fisk's long-time nemesis Daredevil was determined to bring him down. In his guise as Matt Murdock, he agreed to become Fisk's deputy mayor,[56] hoping to use the position against Fisk.[57] When Fisk was about to attend a meeting with various crime bosses, Daredevil and many of his fellow heroes planned to crash the meeting and capture Fisk red-handed. However, Fisk turned the tables on the heroes and had them arrested instead, including Daredevil. Fisk didn't get to enjoy his success as members of the Hand suddenly appeared and attacked him, leaving him in a coma. This caused Daredevil, as Matt Murdock, to become the new mayor of New York City.[58] Murdock used his resources both as Daredevil and mayor to protect the city, and The Hand was eventually defeated in great part due to the efforts of the street-level vigilantes. After Fisk recovered, he took the reins back, and Murdock decided to quit. However, he made Fisk promise to give up on his crusade against vigilantism.[59]

One of Fisk's biggest goals during his mayoralty became the acquisition of the Tablets of both Life and Time and Death and Entropy,[60] with which he intended to resurrect Vanessa. Before embarking in this quest, Fisk had sought the help of the demonic entity Kindred, who shunned Fisk arguing that Vanessa might resent being brought back. When Fisk suspected an archivist for the Department of Records named Gus Mapleton from withholding information from him about the Tablet of Life and Time, whose pieces had resurfaced scattered across Manhattan, Wilson tricked him into seeking help from Boomerang. However, after Mapleton used magic to transfer his knowledge on the location of the fragments to Boomerang, the goon broke his deal with Fisk and proceeded to find the pieces of the tablet for himself.[61]

Fisk attempted several times to apprehend Boomerang, who had tricked Spider-Man into helping him,[60] and ultimately assembled New York's crime bosses to assist him,[62] acquiring in the process the Tablet of Death and Entropy from Mister Negative.[63] After finding all the pieces of the Tablet of Life and Time, Boomerang betrayed Spider-Man and ended up handing them over to Fisk. Having obtained the power of the two tablets, Fisk recalled Kindred's warning. Fisk decided to move on from Vanessa and instead resurrect Richard as an act of redemption for himself and Vanessa.[61]

Devil's Reign

One day, Fisk discovered evidence that he previously knew Daredevil's identity but had forgotten. Angered by this, he confronted the hero, but after being taunted by Daredevil, Fisk decided to outlaw the vigilantes in New York and had his Thunderbolt Units to enforce the new law. After several heroes were captured and imprisoned within the Myrmidon, Luke Cage publicly spoke out against Fisk. The mayor then proceeded to cut off one of Purple Man's fingers to use it to grant his staff mind-controlling powers.[64] Being joined by Doctor Octopus, Fisk began planning to amplify Purple Man's powers to force the citizens to re-elect him as mayor, since Cage had decided to run against Fisk.[65]

Fisk was able to learn from Purple Man that his Purple Children were responsible for him forgetting Daredevil's identity, and sent the Thunderbolts after them. Meanwhile, the heroes found out that Fisk was using Purple Man to manipulate everything, but were defeated by Doc Ock, some of his alternate selves and Chameleon.[66] Two weeks later, Doc Ock released countless Octobots that enforced Fisk's laws and practically cancelled all crime. Fisk then had his staff restore his memories and was able to remember Daredevil's identity as Matt Murdock.[67]

While most of the Purple Children were apprehended and brought to their father in order to increase his power for their plan, Fisk went to confront Murdock. However, he mistook his twin brother, Mike Murdock, for Matt and proceeded to beat him to death, unaware that he was being watched by Kirsten McDuffie.[68] Fisk was eventually confronted by the two Daredevils, Matt and Elektra. He fought the duo, but after Matt took his staff Fisk hesitated, allowing Daredevil to subdue him. He then attempted to kill Fisk, but was stopped by Elektra, reasoning with him that Matt was no murderer. The heroes left Fisk to be incarcerated by the authorities, as Purple Man was defeated, and leaving Cage to automatically become the new mayor. However, he was broken out by his illegitimate son Butch Pharris and the elite couple Quinn and Una Stromwyn. To their surprise, Fisk chose to retire from a life of crime to live happily with his wife Mary Walker,[69] and let his son claim the title of the Kingpin.[70] Fisk arrived at Krakoa, claiming Krakoan citizenship by marriage to Walker, a mutant.[71]


Power Grid[81]
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  • Peak Human Strength: Fisk is composed almost entirely of muscle that has been developed to enormous size, much like a sumo wrestler, and he possesses peak human strength with only the bare 9 pounds actually being fat. His vast bulk shields him from many forms of injury, either providing padding or causing penetration wounds to only strike him relatively superficially.[72]
  • Master Martial Artist: Fisk has extraordinary skill in hand-to-hand combat, specializing in a number of martial arts, including sumo wrestling, judo, and hapkido.[72] His fighting skills, strength, and agility make him a match for Spider-Man[73], Red Skull, and Captain America in unarmed combat.[22] Fisk was also capable of defeating 8 men from the finest martial arts schools in 17 seconds.[74]
  • Criminal Genius: Fisk is a criminal genius and a highly skilled planner and organizer. He employs numerous henchmen, scientists, and even superhumans, almost all of whom are fiercely loyal to him due to dedication, fear, or both.[72] Fisk was able to immediately send 300 henchmen to a New York location at 2:30 am on a weekend, while the federal government needed 30 minutes for its forces.[27]
  • Indomitable Will: Fisk has a great willpower. He was able to resist psychic attacks from Zebediah Killgrave, the Purple Man.[75]
  • Multilingual: Fisk is fluent in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Japanese, Russian, and various others.[72]


Dedication to his wife.



The Kingpin sometimes carries a walking stick which contains a concealed laser beam weapon that fires a short pulse of 300 watts, enough energy to vaporize a handgun. The walking stick can also be used to fire a concentrated spray of sleeping gas. The Kingpin's diamond stickpin also contains a small, highly compressed container of sleeping gas which is effective when fired directly into an opponent's face at close range. The Kingpin uses the stickpin gas as a last resort.


  • Kingpin's email was[77]
  • Fisk is a vegan.[78]
  • Ultimatum considered Kingpin his best friend.[79]
  • Although Kingpin began as an enemy of Spider-Man, he became associated more with Daredevil. Spider-Man once observed that "Everyone forgets that I made that guy!"[80]


See Also

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