Karen Page - Wikipedia
Karen Page is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character has been a regular cast member of Marvel's Daredevil series, Her relationship with Murdock hits a downward spiral when he reveals his secret identity to her in Daredevil #57 .. Marvel's The Punisher. Punisher Jon Bernthal Daredevil Prison Fight Scene show began, and Luke and Jessica's relationship in this year's The Defenders had the. If you missed the announcement, Jon Bernthal (Shane from the AMC's “Walking Dead”) will be playing Frank Castle a.k.a. The Punisher in.
Paxton Page, fakes his own kidnapping and death so that he can assume the guise of the villain Death's Head. Karen returns to her parents' home in Fagan Corners, Vermont to investigate her father's disappearance.
In the ensuing battle between Daredevil and Death's Head, Death's Head spills a vat of molten cobalt over Daredevil, but realizes that Karen is endangered. This brings him back to his senses, and he pushes Daredevil and Karen to safety. He appears to die in this act of self-sacrifice, when he is coated in the molten cobalt. After the battle with Death's Head, Daredevil reveals his true identity to Karen.
Karen eventually leaves him and moves to California to pursue an acting career. She finds work as an actress in a daytime soap opera.
Later on, Karen herself falls under the Orb's control. She is kidnapped by three ex-stuntmen on the show, but is saved by the Thingwho is looking for his own TV show, and the Hulkwho is annoyed at having a show about him.
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Karen is forced to return to New York,  where she meets up again with Matt. He helps Karen beat her addiction, and they resume their relationship and begin sharing an apartment. These combined blows leave her psychologically lost, and she runs away. At this point she becomes a radio show host under the name "Paige Angel.
Karen leaves Matt to accept a talk show host position in Los Angeles.
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The supervillain Mysterio - as part of his plan to psychologically destroy Daredevil for his last scheme  disguises himself as a doctor, performs the blood test, and tells her that she is HIV positive as part of his plan to destroy Daredevil before he himself dies of a brain tumor.
Later, during a fight between Daredevil and Bullseye, Karen is murdered by Bullseye when she moves to intercept a billy-club thrown at Daredevil's head and is impaled in the heart. Initially bitter at Karen dying simply so that Mysterio could feel better about himself, a later conversation with Spider-Man helps Daredevil realize that the infant he's saved represents something positive that has come of the whole affair.
He gives the baby up for adoption to a couple in New Jersey.daredevil rooftop scene
Before he leaves, Matt names the baby after Karen and hopes that her new parents will allow the occasional visit from her "Uncle Matt. However, driven by his rage at the fear of losing her rather than his focused grief when he actually lost her, Matt beats the Kingpin to death for his part in Mysterio's scheme, and is subsequently arrested.
When Matt is sentenced to 44 years in the Raft for the crime, Karen leaves town and disappears. Castle has his weapons and gadgets, but Murdock is a vastly superior fighter and also has heightened sense. Why Do They Fight?
Murdock happened to be a promising young law student when he lost his father, Castle happened to be a traumatized ex-soldier. To understand Daredevil, you have to know that Matt Murdock is a Catholic.
To understand The Punisher, you have to know that Frank Castle is a monster.
He is an angry man who wants to hurt. Their conflict is rooted in this difference of philosophy. Ultimately, Daredevil is a man who has faith in systems. He believes that the universe has an order and that everyone in it has a higher purpose we should be aspiring to.
He believes in the U. The Punisher does not believe in systems. He believes the only justice in the world is the kind we make for ourselves. He believes humans are no better than animals, and the only way to stop one rabid dog from infecting the others is to put it down. Where Did it Start?
Fundamentally, The Punisher has a lot of respect for Daredevil and what he does. Daredevil is disgusted by The Punisher and his disregard for human life. Both of them believe the other is well-intentioned but misguided… the Punisher believes Daredevil is naive, and Daredevil believes The Punisher needs to be redeemed. In this story, Daredevil and The Punisher are both hunting down a drug dealer responsible for several deaths.
Daredevil finds that in addition to hunting the drug dealer, he now has to protect every criminal involved in the case from getting killed by The Punisher. They fight several times, and Punisher is only able to stop Daredevil by shooting him with tranquilizers.
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In their final battle, The Punisher repeatedly shoots at Daredevil and Daredevil reveals that he knows The Punisher is missing on purpose. He knows he has nothing to fear, because in all his years of murder The Punisher has never taken an innocent life. The story ends with Daredevil shooting Frank when Frank refuses to be taken into custody for his crimes.
Just before assassinating a crimelord, he tied Daredevil up and gave him a gun… so that the only way Daredevil could stop him would be to shoot him in the end. Castle told Murdock he would have to choose between letting a murderer keep killing, or becoming a murderer himself.
When Daredevil put together a task force with Spider-Man and Wolverine to take Frank down, Frank lead them on a wild goose chase across the entire city. Towards the end, with most of them lying unconscious, Frank told Daredevil: Let this be an end to it.
The Punisher has also gone out of his way to protect Daredevil.