Description: "Somersaulting through the night air in a costume woven from the scraps of his murdered father's boxing robe, Daredevil seeks just one thing - justice. He scans the night-shrouded city with his phenomenal radar sense, and listens for the well known heartbeats of his father's killers; men who walked free from a courtroom bought and paid for with mob dollars. Rendered fearless by the loss of everything he loved, he is a leaping, spinning form, defying death with every move. No man is a more natural acrobat or athlete, and few are his equal in the martial arts. His discipline is so strong that even as his soul rails in torment, his heart maintains the still quiet of a master fighter."
This figure includes nunchucks connected by rope and a Build-A-Figure torso piece for Nemesis. It has thirty points of articulation. It is a variant of the first appearance Daredevil figure that is a Wal-Mart exclusive. The figure itself also includes a pouch molded onto its left leg that can holster the nunchucks. The nunchucks are not painted, but the figure itself is painted in many places, such as the silver belt buckle on Daredevil's left leg or his gloves.
In the Marvel Universe, Daredevil is a blind superhero known as "The Man Without Fear" and nicknamed "Ol' Hornhead" by his teammates. His alter ego is Matt Murdock, and he is a lawyer. He is a member of the New Avengers and started his superhero career to avenge the death of his father, a boxer who was murdered by the mafia. He has had romantic relationships with Elektra and Black Widow, and frequently battles Kingpin and Bullseye. The Kingpin's ninja clan called the Hand is now controlled by Daredevil, and resides in a location called the Shadowland.
This action figure is AWESOME. He has 30 points of articulation, and while this may not look that impressive compared to other Legends figures, his hand is molded to hold his nunchucks perfectly. His left hand can't hold them but it doens't matter that much to me. Plus, he can store them in that pouch on his left leg.
Daredevil he really looks like the Man Without Fear. His eyes look empty and blank, but they also have small wrinkles and rings around them that add so much detail. you can tell that his mask definitely covers his eyes.
The paint job is absolutely phenomenal! They even put the silver on the pouch straps for the buckle. and his nunchucks--these are really a great accessory. They're very simple--no paint, just a white mold with string. Simple, but effective. And using his...[See More]
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