Wilson Fisk is the one who has killed really truly all the Punishers, Daredevils, Spidermen and the rest of heroes. It's always nice to see how easily he ruins heroes pathetic lives.
Wilson Fisk cuts quite the imposing figure in the Marvel comic book universe. Created by Stan Lee and John Romita Sr. in 1967, he’s gone from Spider-Man villain to Kingpin of crime across several different comic book series and animated projects.
Studios brought him to the screen in live action three times in the forms of John Rhys Davies, Michael Clarke Duncan, and Vincent D’Onofrio. D’Onofrio is back in the role again for the third season of Daredevil, currently on Netflix.
He’s spent time all over the world, but he still calls New York home. That’s why he frequently finds himself at odds with costumed heroes. A regular guy who teaches himself the ropes of crime and punishment, Fisk’s popularity hasn’t waned. Some fans even rooted for him to get the best of Daredevil and Spider-Man on numerous occasions. All he wants to do is control the criminal element in his neck of the woods. Is that really too much to ask?
The heroes certainly think so, which is why Fisk wound up in many sticky situations over the years. His impressive size and strength hasn’t saved him in tussles with heroes or villains. Put through the wringer over the last five decades, his body has taken quite a beating, and gone through a few interesting changes.
Combing through Kingpin’s extensive history, we’ve found quite the collection of interesting facts and figures about the super villain’s anatomy.