The Kingpin of Crime made his indomitable presence known in the pages of Spider-Man. When crime rates spike in the city, an out of commission Peter Parker must slip back into Spider-Man’s threads!
The Lord of the Underworld splashes onto the pages of Daredevil! Check out Kingpin’s first stab against his greatest antagonist and moral oppressor – The Man Without Fear.
The Kingpin destroys Matt Murdock overnight by calling in favors. With the law against him, Daredevil, at his scrappiest, must combat the evil that has uprooted him completely.
Kingpin’s son Richard, also known as The Rose, plots the death of his abusive father. Vanessa, Kingpin’s wife, makes a desperate bid to keep Richard from spilling his own blood. Kingpin’s dysfunctions are laid bare.
A glimpse at Kingpin’s childhood lays the groundwork for his woes during Civil War. An incarcerated Fisk makes an offer Tony Stark can’t refuse – a lighter sentence, for access to Captain America and his band of Anti-Registration heroes.
After losing his wife, the Kingpin left America to build a new life under alias. But when a man has as many enemies as Wilson Fisk, old wounds become present nightmares. Kingpin returns to New York.
They’re both the best they are at what they do – now if they could only get along! Kingpin and Wolverine get involved in a clan battle between the Japanese mafioso and occultist Hand ninjas.
A demonically-possessed Daredevil builds a fortress in Hell’s Kitchen at the behest of The Hand. Kingpin (temporarily) aligns himself with Marvel’s street-level heroes, but his siege of Shadowland quickly turns ominous.
A suped-up Spidey, (really Doc Ock in Peter Parker’s body), decimates Shadowland in one fell swoop. The Kingpin loses his empire, fists swinging.