Elements of location

Place of birth

  • Matt Murdock

Notable locations



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Hell's Kitchen, also known as Clinton and Midtown West by real estate brokers, is a neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City that covers roughly the area between 34th Street and 57th Street, from 8th Avenue to the Hudson River.
The neighborhood provides transportation, hospital, and warehouse infrastructure support to the Midtown Manhattan business district. Its gritty reputation—which led to its portentous name—gave it depressed real estate prices relative to much of the rest of Manhattan until the early 1990s.
Throughout its history, Hell's Kitchen has figured prominently in the New York City underworld, especially in the Irish American Mob. Gangsters like Owney Madden, bootleggers like Bill Dwyer, and Westies leaders James Coonan and Mickey Featherstone were Hell's Kitchen natives. The rough and tumble days on the West Side figure prominently in Damon Runyon's stories. Various Manhattan ethnic conflicts formed the basis of the musical and film West Side Story.
Once a bastion of poor and working-class Irish Americans, over the last three decades of the 20th century and into the new century, Hell's Kitchen has undergone tremendous gentrification as a result of its proximity to Midtown. The 1969 edition of the Plan for New York City book authored by the City Planning Commission stated that people of modest means were being driven from the area by development pressures due to the Midtown location. Today, a great number of actors reside in the neighborhood due to its proximity to the Broadway theaters and Actors Studio training school. (source Wikipedia)


Amazing Spider-Man

Amazing Spider-Man #645 (2010)

Amazing Spider-Man #651 (2011)

Black Widow: Deadly Origins

Black Widow: Deadly Origins #03 (2010)

Natasha gives Daredevil the cure for the Icepick protocol.[1]

Civil War

Civil War #05 (2006)

Daredevil is put under arrest.

Civil War: Choosing Sides #01 (2006)

Danny Rand takes the role of Daredevil for a few weeks, while Matt Murdock is away. He's attacked by cape killers.


Daredevil #091 (2007)

Flashback. Matt Murdock's childhood in the neighborhood.

Daredevil #093 (2007)

Matt Murdock's apartment. Matt gives a press conference in the street and then meets his friends, including Foggy, inside.
Daredevil and Foggy talk on the roof.

Daredevil #094 (2007)

The Home of Matt Murdock and Milla Donovan. Milla wakes up at night but Matt is not here. Matt watches her from another roof.

Daredevil #095 (2007)

Daredevil fight crime. There are some casualties.
The next morning, Matt and Milla wake up. Foggy calls in to tell Matt about Melvin Potter.
Becky tells Matt and Foggy she accepted Melvin's case.
Daredevil is on patrol. When Milla gets out of the apartment, she's being followed.

Daredevil #096 (2007)

Daredevil stop muggers.
Lily shows up at Matt and Foggy's office.

Daredevil #097 (2007)

Lily and Matt talk. Lilly tells him she has trouble.
Matt and Dakota have coffee.
While Milla and Matt are in a restaurant, Gladiator attacks them. Matt changes as Daredevil and fights him. Gladiator knocks him out.
Daredevil wakes up in the rear seat of a police car while Gladiator sneaks into Matt's house and gets close to Milla.

Daredevil #098 (2007)

Gladiator takes Milla out. Daredevil escapes the police and arrives to help her. He takes Gladiator down.

Daredevil #099 (2007)

Daredevil #100 (2007)

Daredevil #101 (2007)

Daredevil Annual #01 (2007)

Daredevil #500 (2009)


Daredevil #501 (2009)

There's a religious service for the victims of Bullseye's bombing. Daredevil betrays Izo and allows his capture by the Hand.[3]

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Daredevil #502 (2010)

Daredevil patrols with Black Tarantula and White Tiger.[4]

Daredevil #504 (2010)

Hell's Kitchen is now under curfew. The Hand and H.A.M.M.E.R. wait for the first blow which is provided by Lady Bullseye who kills some snipers.
The next morning, Foggy and Dakota arrive at the battle site and think it looks like a war zone.[5]

Daredevil #508 (2010)

8th avenue.

Daredevil #509 (2010)

8th avenue.
NYPD safehouse

Daredevil #510 (2010)

NYPD safehouse

Daredevil #511 (2010)


Daredevil #512 (2010)


Daredevil: Cage Match

Daredevil: Cage Match #01 (2010)

Dark Reign

Dark Reign: The List: Daredevil #01 (2009)

In order to kill Daredevil, Bullseye make a building explodes, killing 107 protesters trying to save their home. Daredevil, obviously not dead, decides he and the Hand need to go after the murderer.

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Dark Reign: Mr. Negative #01 (2009)

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Fallen Son

Fallen Son #01: Wolverine (2007)


Hulk #015 (2009)

Rulk's team fights X-Force. A red She-Hulk show up.

Hulk #016 (2009)

Red She-Hulk helps Rulk escape. Finally Rulk is double crossed by Red She-Hulk and Leonard Samson.

Fall of the Hulks: Red Hulk #02 (2010)

Flashback: the fight between X-Force and Red Hulk's team.

Incredible Hulk

Incredible Hulk #607

Domino and Elektra try to escape from the Red Hulk but they're found by Red She-Hulk.

Incredible Hulk #608

Marvel Divas

Marvel Divas #04 (2009)

Felicia opens her new office.

New Avengers

New Avengers #033 (2007)

New Avengers #034 (2007)

New Avengers #035 (2007)

New Avengers #061 (2010)

Hood tells his gang that he can upgrade their powers thanks to the Norn Stones.[6]

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Shadowland #01 (2010)


Shadowland #02 (2010)

Soup Kitchen.
Shadowland Dungeon

Shadowland: Bullseye #01 (2010)

Shadowland #03 (2010)

Shadowland Dungeon

Shadowland #04 (2010)


Shadowland #05 (2011)


Shadowland: Blood On The Streets

Shadowland: Blood On The Streets #01 (2010)



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