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Best Daredevil Quotes 2021

Daredevil is a fictitious hero helming from the American comic book series publishing house Marvel Comics.

The character was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Bill Everett. It first appeared in the comic book ‘Daredevil #1’ published in April 1964.

Matt Murdock grew up in the crime-ridden part of New York City, known as Hell’s Kitchen. While saving a man from getting hit by a vehicle, Matt got blinded by a radioactive substance that left him with heightened senses known as ‘radar sense’. Thus Matt took on the alias of Daredevil with which he fought the evil criminals at night while tackling crime as a lawyer in the day. Some of the memorable supporting characters are Matt’s best friend Franklin Foggy Nelson, his love interest Elektra, and Punisher, who both serve as a reluctant ally and antagonist of Daredevil. Some people argue that Punisher is better than Daredevil, but it’s a never-ending argument as we have supporters of both the characters equally fighting for the claim to the top. Here are a few Daredevil quotes that all his fans are going to enjoy. You could also check out Daredevil Punisher quotes and Daredevil Season 2 quotes.

Matt Murdock Quotes

Daredevil quotes bring us joy.

Matt Murdock is the alter ego of Daredevil. He is a blind lawyer who poses as the vigilante to fight crime and maintain law and order. Here are some Daredevil quotes that will inspire all his fans.

1. “I’m Daredevil. Not even God can stop that now.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, Season 3 Episode 2, 2015-18.

2. “I’m not seeking penance for what I’ve done, Father. I’m asking for forgiveness… For what I’m about to do.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 1, 2015-18.

3. “This city needs me in that mask, Foggy.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 10, 2015-18.

4. “The law couldn’t do anything to help that little girl. But I could.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 10, 2015-18.

5. “There’s one thing in this world that makes me feel more alive. And that’s you.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, Season 2 Episode 13, 2015-18.

6. “And how do you know the angels and the Devil inside me aren’t the same things?”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 11, 2015-18.

7. “You’ll smell him soon enough. He really likes that cologne.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 11, 2015-18.

8. “I’d rather die as the Devil than live as Matt Murdock.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, Season 3 Episode 1, 2015-18.

9. “You tell me what you understand about God.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, Season 3 Episode 1, 2015-18.

10. “Lawyer. I have a practice, so I’m my own boss.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 5, 2015-18.

11. “I need to be the man this city needs.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 5, 2015-18.

12. “They say your whole life flashes before your eyes when you die. And it’s true, even for a blind man.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, 2013.

13. “Well, Mr. Chang is a nice guy, he doesn’t have a lot of money and he likes to go fishing on the weekends.”

– Matt Murdock/ Daredevil, ‘Daredevil’, 2013.

Daredevil Netflix Quotes

Drew Goddard created the television series ‘Daredevil’ for the streaming service Netflix. Here are a few quotes from the series that are witty and entertaining.

14. “Tell Mr. Fisk that if wants a pound of flesh, he can come here and carve it himself.”

– Vladimir Ranskahov, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 4, 2015-18.

15. “That thing in the container was not a child.”

– Stick, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 7, 2015-18.

16. “Said the man in the mask.”

– Ben Urich, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 8, 2015-18.

17. “You want the short answer or the long one?”

– Father Lantom, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 9, 2015-18.

18. “So the question you have to ask yourself is: are you struggling with the fact that you don’t wanna kill this man, but have to? Or that you don’t have to kill him, but want to?”

– Father Lantom, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 9, 2015-18.

19. “Wind blows the hardest the closer you get to the mountain top.”

– Leland Owlsley, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 12, 2015-18.

20. “The wheel constantly turns. We must adapt to its position, or be crushed beneath it.”

– Madame Gao, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 12, 2015-18.

21. “And you’ve donated more than your fair share to the cause.”

– Foggy Nelson, ‘Daredevil’, Season 2 Episode 2, 2015-18.

22. “Maybe maybe we created him. All of us. The moment that we let Daredevil, or the Devil of Hell’s Kitchen, or whatever it is-…”

– Karen Page, ‘Daredevil’, Season 2 Episode 2, 2015-18.

23. “You hit them and they get back up, I hit them and they stay down.”

– Frank Castle, ‘Daredevil’, Season 2 Episode 3, 2015-18.

24. “You run around this city in a pair of little boy’s pajamas and a mask. You go home at night, right?”

– Frank Castle, ‘Daredevil’, Season 2 Episode 3, 2015-18.

25. “I know who you are because I watch the news.”

– Elektra, ‘Daredevil’, Season 2 Episode 6, 2015-18.

26. “Matt Murdock: On paper, we’re still Frank Castle’s attorneys.

Foggy Nelson: And I am so proud of that.”

– ‘Daredevil’, Season 2 Episode 10, 2015-18.

27. “You need to pay me back for your rent.”

– Karen Page, ‘Daredevil’, Season 3 Episode 6, 2015-18.

28. “And when it was offered to me, I was too afraid to accept it.”

Esther Falb, ‘Daredevil’, Season 3 Episode 11, 2015-18.

29. “Growing to love something is really simply forgetting slowly what you dislike about it.”

– James Wesley, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 11, 2015-18.

30. “I gotta say, sometimes… sometimes I think you really just might be the Devil.”

– Frank Castle, ‘Daredevil’, Season 2 Episode 4, 2015-18.

31. “You mean the Punisher? I think he’s an animal a sick, twisted, venal…”

– Middle-Aged Man, ‘Daredevil’, Season 2 Episode 7, 2015-18.

32. “I really need that right now. My life is out of control.”

– Benjamin ‘Dex’ Poindexter, ‘Daredevil’, Season 3 Episode 8, 2015-18.

Wilson Fisk Quotes

Daredevil quotes give us a good time.

Wilson Fisk, also known as Kingpin, is the antagonist of Matt Murdock. Here are a few quotes from the evil archnemesis of Daredevil that we believe will surely make you excited.

33. “Take what’s left of him and send it to his brother.”

– Wilson Fisk, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 4, 2015-18.

34. “You and I have a lot in common.”

– Wilson Fisk, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 6, 2015-18.

35. “It’s Special Agent Poindexter, isn’t it? You saved my life last night.”

– Wilson Fisk, ‘Daredevil’, Season 3 Episode 3, 2015-18.

36. “No prison can keep me, you know that… Come on! Kill me!”

– Wilson Fisk, ‘Daredevil’, Season 3 Episode 13, 2015-18.

37. “I realized that this city was a part of me, that it was in my blood.”

– Wilson Fisk, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 4, 2015-18.

38. “I play the long game. When I’m finally let out of this cage, it won’t be to wage war. It will be to win one.”

– Wilson Fisk, ‘Daredevil’, Season 2 Episode 9, 2015-18.

39. “Time and distance, they afford a certain clarity.”

– Wilson Fisk, ‘Daredevil’, Season 1 Episode 4, 2015-18.

40. “Matt Murdock: If you keep your word.

Wilson Fisk: Then, it’s a deal.”

– ‘Daredevil’, Season 3 Episode 13, 2015-18.

41. “The painting that’s intended for this wall is something I am specially attached to.”

– Wilson Fisk, ‘Daredevil’, Season 3 Episode 7, 2015-18.

Marvel’s Daredevil Quotes

  • Daredevil: You shot up a hospital.

    Castle: Yeah, and nobody got hurt who didn’t deserve it.”

     Frank Castle / The Punisher, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: New York’s Finest
  • “Keep going like this, you just might end up happy. And for a Catholic boy, that’s a pretty dangerous thing.”
     Foggy Nelson, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: Penny and Dime
  • “People that can hurt you, the ones that can really hurt you, are the ones that are close enough to do it.”
     Frank Castle, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: .380
  • “There is goodness in people, even in you.”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: New York’s Finest
  • “You don’t get what you want by day. You take it by force at night. This is who you are, Matthew. And don’t fool yourself into thinking it’s anything else.”
     Elektra Natchios / Elektra, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: Semper Fidelis
  • “Everyone warned me that prison would be an inhumane environment. It is. But I find it refreshing. The perfect microcosm of the animal world. When an animal wants something, when it needs something, other things need to be stepped on.”
     Wilson Fisk, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: Seven Minutes in Heaven
  • “It’s painful, raising children. We spend our lives teaching them to be strong, to be independent. Not realizing that once we have achieved that they are no longer in our control.”
     Nobu Yoshioka, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: The Dark at the End of the Tunnel
  • “The only thing I ever saw stop a thug mid-fight was a bigger thug.”
     Claire Temple, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: New York’s Finest
  • “There’s one thing in this world that makes me feel more alive. And that’s you.”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: A Cold Day in Hell’s Kitchen
  • “Look into your own eyes and tell me you are not heroic, that you have not endured, or suffered… or lost the things you care about most. And yet, here you are… a survivor of Hell’s Kitchen… the hottest place anyone’s ever known. A place where cowards don’t last long. So… you must be a hero. We all are. Some more than others, but none of us alone. Some bloody their fists trying to keep the Kitchen safe. Others bloody the streets in the hope they can stop the tide, the crime, the cruelty… the disregard for human life all around them. But this is Hell’s Kitchen. Angel or Devil, rich or poor, young or old, you live here. You didn’t choose this town. It chose you. Because a hero isn’t someone who lives above us, keeping us safe. A hero’s not a God or an idea. A hero lives here on the street, among us, with us. Always here, but rarely recognized. Look in the mirror and see yourself for what you truly are. You’re a New Yorker. You are a hero. This is your Hell’s Kitchen. Welcome home.”
     Karen Page, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: A Cold Day in Hell’s Kitchen
  • “We need heroes.”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: Guilty as Sin
  • “I fear that the path you’ve chosen isn’t going to be an easy one.”
     Madame Gao, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: .380
  • “Matt: Hey, Foggy, can I get some aspirin?

    Foggy: You sure you don’t want an x-ray? Maybe a psych eval?

    Matt: An aspirin’s fine, buddy.”

     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: Dogs to a Gunfight
  • “I play the long game. When I’m finally let out of this cage, it won’t be to wage war. It will be to win one.”
     Wilson Fisk, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: Seven Minutes in Heaven
  • “This may come as a surprise to you, but I’ve actually moved on in the ten years since you left. I’m seeing someone now, which is only part of the reason why I have zero interest in ever starting anything up with you ever again.”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: Regrets Only
  • “ This city, it stinks. It’s a sewer. It stinks and it smells like shit and I can’t get the stink out of my nose. I think that this world, it needs men that are willing to make the hard call.”
     Frank Castle, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 2: New York’s Finest
  • “Another man’s evil does not make you good. Men have used the atrocities of their enemies to justify their own throughout history.”
     Father Lantom, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: Speak of the Devil
  • “The law couldn’t do anything to help that little girl. But I could.”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: Nelson v. Murdock
  • “I realized that this city was a part of me, that it was in my blood. And I would do anything to make it a better place for people like you.”
     Wilson Fisk, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: In the Blood
  • “Time and distance, they afford a certain clarity.”
     Wilson Fisk, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: In the Blood
  • “When I was a kid, before the accident, I’d lay awake at night listening to the sirens. I liked to put stories to them. Trying to figure out what they were for, ambulance or cops, robbery or fire. I don’t know, just a stupid game. But after I lost my sight, after my abilities developed, I realized how many sirens there actually were, how much this city suffered every single night.”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: Nelson v. Murdock
  • “The only thing I know without a doubt is you don’t get to be the man at the top without making enemies looking to tear you down to the ground.”
     Ben Urich, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: The Path of the Righteous
  • “Man cannot be both savior and oppressor, light and shadow. One has to be sacrificed for the other. Choose and choose wisely. Or others shall choose for you.”
     Madame Gao, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: Nelson v. Murdock
  • “How do you know the angel and the devil inside me aren’t the same thing?”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: The Path of the Righteous
  • “There are no heroes, no villains. Just people with different agendas.”
     Ben Urich, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: Stick
  • “Growing to love something is really simply forgetting slowly what you dislike about it.”
     James Wesley, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: The Path of the Righteous
  • “ I’m not a religious man, but I’ve read bits and pieces over the years. Curiosity more than faith. But this one story… There was a man, he was traveling from Jerusalem to Jericho when he was set upon by men of ill intent. They stripped the traveler of his clothes, they beat him, and they left him bleeding in the dirt. And a priest happened by, saw the traveler, but he moved to the other side of the road and continued on. And a Levite, a religious functionary, he came to the place, saw the dying traveler, but he, too, moved to the other side of the road, passed him by. But then came a man from Samaria, a Samaritan, a good man. He saw the traveler bleeding in the road and he stopped to aid him without thinking of the circumstance or the difficulty it might bring him. The Samaritan tended to the traveler’s wounds, applying oil and wine, and he carried him to an inn, gave him all the money he had for the owner to take care of the traveler, as the Samaritan, he continued on his journey. He did this simply because the traveler was his neighbor. He loved his city and all the people in it. I always thought that I was the Samaritan in that story. It’s funny, isn’t it? How even the best of men can be deceived by their true nature.”
     Wilson Fisk, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: Daredevil
  • “That’s what makes him dangerous. Living in the shadows, no one knowing who he is.”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: Shadows in the Glass
  • “I’m not trying to be a hero. I’m just a guy that got fed up with men like you and I decided to do something about it.”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: Condemned
  • Claire: Okay, but what does that look like? Like, what do you actually see?

    Matt: A world on fire.

    Claire: If all I saw was fire, I’d probably want to hit people too.”

     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: World On Fire
  • “I can’t see, not like everyone else, but I can feel. Things like balance and direction. Micro-changes in air density, vibrations, blankets of temperature variations. Mix all that with what I hear, subtle smells. All of the fragments form a sort of impressionistic painting.”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: World On Fire
  • “Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, forgive me if I seem distracted. I’ve been preoccupied of late with, uh, questions of morality. Of right and wrong, good and evil. Sometimes the delineation between the two is a sharp line. Sometimes it’s a blur, and often it’s like pornography: you just know when you see it. A man is dead. I don’t mean to make light of that, but these questions… these questions are vital ones because they tether us to each other, to humanity. Not everyone feels this way. Not everyone sees the sharp line, only the blur. A man is dead. Um, a man is dead. And my client, John Healy, took his life. This is not in dispute. It is a matter of record, of fact, and facts have no moral judgment. They merely state what is. Not what we think of them, not what we feel. They just are. What was in my client’s heart when he took Mr. Prohaszka’s life, whether he is a good man or something else entirely, is irrelevant. These questions of good and evil, as important as they are, have no place in a court of law. Only the facts matter. My client claims he acted in self-defense. Mr. Prohaszka’s associates have refused to make a statement regarding the incident. The only other witness, a frightened young woman, has stated that my client was pleasant and friendly, and that she only saw the struggle with Mr. Prohaszka after it had started. Those are the facts. Based on these and these alone, the prosecution has failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that my client was not acting solely in self-defense. And those, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, are the facts. My client, based purely on the sanctity of the law which we’ve all sworn an oath to uphold, must be acquitted of these charges. Now, beyond that, beyond these walls… he may well face a judgement of his own making. But here, in this courtroom, the judgement is yours and yours alone.”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: Rabbit in a Snow Storm
  • “I’m not seeking penance for what I’ve done, I’m asking forgiveness…for what I’m about to do.”
     Matt Murdock, Marvel’s Daredevil, Season 1: Into the Ring

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