Daredevil, a Superhero of the American Marvel Comics, debuted the first issue of Daredevil (April 1964), a collaboration which was created by the screenwriter Stein Lee and the painter Bill Everett. His real name is Matthew Michael Murdock, who was raised up by his father Boxer Jack Murdock, who was called "Flaming Boxer" because of his mother's abandonment. As a child, he was aware that there is a need for rules to restrain people's behavior and he was determined to study law. Once Matt saw a fully loaded truck headed toward a blind man, barely knocking him down. Matt saved the blind man, but he himself became contaminated with the radioactive materials spilled on the truck, which blinded his eyes but unexpectedly enhanced his other senses. Later, under the harsh training of blind martial arts masters, Matt mastered his super senses and became a mighty warrior. Since then, he was a lawyer during the day, and in the evenings he became the Daredevil wearing a mask, who performed gallantry in New York Hell's kitchen to fight crime.
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, and a series of Daredevil. Like Matt's life, the film sets the dark tone-almost monotonous nightscapes: high-rise buildings lightened as the stars, and evil was going in the dark corners.