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Re-Imagined

Re-imaginations and -designs of public domain characters from comic books, comic strips, films, books, pulps, mythology, television, animation, folk stories, etc.

Daring Devil

Real Name   Bart Hill
Current Alias   Daring Davil  
Other Aliases   Daredevil, Bill Hart, Darius DeVille
Realatives:   none (orphaned)
Affiliation   none
Base of Operations   New York City, New York

Status

Identity   Secret Identitiy
Citizenship   Dual: American & Australian
Marital Status   Single
Occupation   Crime Fighter, Media Mogul, Air Force Pilot, Spy
Education   College Graduate

Characteristics

Gender   Male
Height   6'0" (1,83 m)
Weight   194 lbs (88 kg)
Ethnicity   Caucasian
Eyes   Blue
Hair   Blonde
Unusual Features   none

Origin

Origin   Human
Place of Birth   New York City, New York

Creators and Appearances

Creators   Paul Gustavson
First Appearance   Funny Pages vol. 2 #10 (Sept. 1938)
 
 

Bart Hill


Background & History

To be revised! Until then: https://pdsh.fandom.com/wiki/Daredevil_(Lev_Gleason)

Personality & Character Traits

(tbc)

 

Powers & Abilities

ABILITIES

  • Combat: Skilled boxer and martial artist
  • Marksmanship: Expert boomerang marksman
  • Healing: He has enhanced healing.
  • Agility: Highly athletic
  • Superior reflexes
  • Acrobatics: Skilled acrobat
  • Martial Arts: Daredevil is a good martial fighter and can take on multiple enemies at once.
  • Throwing: Daredevil is extremely skilled in the use of boomerangs.

Weaknesses

  • (tbc)

Paraphernalia

EQUIPMENT

  • Razor edged boomerangs
  • (tbc)

NOTES

The original "Daredevil" was created by Paul Gustavson in the 1930's.

While the name of Daredevil being used by Marvel Comics and the copyright and trademark of the name is questionable since the original is in the Public Domain, Marvel's ownership of the trademark nonetheless prevents anybody from publishing anything with Daredevil in it's title but not from using the original name within a comic itself.

Thus, to avoid possible trademark conflicts from the beginning, I altered the character's name. Don't want to be squashed by Disney lawyers... ;)