Daredevil: The Animated Series is an American television show based off of the Marvel superhero Daredevil. The show follows Matt Murdock and his adventures as Daredevil. Much of DD's history is in the show. The show, the Sensational Spider-man, Avengers: The Animated Series, and Ultimate X-Men are all set in the fictional universe Earth-251920.
If the Tv series was in the 80s
Upon discovering an infinity stone that can alter continuity, the dudes in red (being Daredevil, Spider-Man and Deadpool) soon find their universe clashing the Turtles' universe as the two oddball teams come face to face. When the two evil ninja clans, The Foot and The Hand join forces (Insert whatever joke Deadpool can say about this here) and steal the stone, the two groups must also join forces to retrieve the stone and put a stop to whatever the The Foot and Hand's plans are.
Falsely accused of being involved in terrorist activity with all valuable evidence against him, Peter Parker finds both his personal life and his Spider-Man life in grave danger as everyone wants him dead. But he soon finds help in the only man who believes he's innocent, Matt Murdock a.k.a Daredevil, hunted by the good guys and the bad guys, the two go on the run to prove Peter's innocence and survive long enough to make sure of it.
The Avengers are instructed to go to Hell's Kitchen to identify and hopefully recruit the mysterious vigilante operating there, they run into trouble but the vigilante, Daredevil, helps them. They offer him the chance, although very respectful and thankful, Daredevil declines, but one of the Avengers, the emotionally unstable Scarlet Witch, takes a great liking into him and through numerous circumstances, the two soon develop a strong bond.
As the Sirens activity grows more and more, only one team can stop them…
When villains try take over the world (real original, eh?), and when the Avengers, the X-Men, and the Fantastic Four are too busy (or too damn lazy, depends who you ask.), a new superteam must rise up and save us all (this one comprised of a blind guy, a teenager and a freak of nature).
The adventures of the blind defender of Hell's Kitchen, Daredevil and the former KGB turned SHIELD agent, Black Widow as a crime fighting duo/romantic couple stationed in San Francisco.
A follow-up to Daredevil: Blood And Bone. After his fight against the Kitchen twins and the failed rescue of his old childhood friend, blind lawyer/vigilante Matt Murdock a.k.a Daredevil feels like he's been betrayed by the people needed to relie on the most and into a state of depression giving up on both his lawyer business and his vigilante business, his closest friends trying to get to him but getting shut out. Then, Matt is reeled back in when an unresolved demon from his past reappears leading to the literal figuration of fear. MPAA Rating: Rated R for strong bloody …
When a series of brutally twisted murders start occurring all over New York with scenes of the crimes marked “Blood and Bone”, blind lawyer/vigilante Matt Murdock a.k.a Daredevil begins and tiring and terrifying investigation, and then suddenly becomes more personally involved when comes across and starts trying to protect an old childhood friend who says she has a possible connection with the murders. MPAA Rating: Rated R for strong grisly violence, disturbing bloody images and language. (NOTE: This is mainly a idea for a fan film I'm recently thinking about.) Original Characters: Diana Kitchen - Matt Murdock's close childhood friend …
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