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Daredevil Vol 1 5


Daredevil Vol 1 5

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Quote1 You forgot one important thing, Matador... Sometimes, even the bull may win! Quote2
-- Daredevil

Appearing in "The Mysterious Masked Matador!"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Mysterious Masked Matador!"Edit

Elaganto is a talented former Spanish Matador that was so cruel to the bulls that the audience began to despise and boo him. During his final bullfight, the crowd distracted him and he was gored horribly by the bull. After recovery, he turned to being an evil thief by using his bull fighting skills and sword. In their first public encounter, the Matador defeated Daredevil, whose super senses were confused by fighting amongst a crowd of people in an enclosed room. In a rematch, Daredevil handily defeated Elaganto with his superior skill and strength. The Matador fled during the second battle and was exposed as a coward. Daredevil knocked him out and handed him over to the police.

Daredevil's chest insignia is changed to bear two D's instead of just one.

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