Originality in story structure is hard to come by these days, most especially in the superhero genre. Origin stories have been done over and over again, to the point that, for most beloved comic book characters, they become unbearably superfluous. Even when it comes to Daredevil’s story, we’ve seen it before: a boxer’s son is in an accident where chemical waste gets into his eyes. In the absence of his sight, his other senses kick up and he gets a radar sense. Then his dad is killed because of the politics behind boxing, and he vows justice Batman style.