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Welcome to the Kingpin comics reading guide!

Ever since his origins in 1967’s iconic Amazing Spider-Man #50 by Stan Lee and John Romita Sr., Kingpin has become a massively popular character across the Marvel universe. Kingpin’s reign has dominated multimedia, with celebrated portrayals in Spider-Man: The Animated Series, Daredevil (2003), Daredevil (2015), Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and countless video games.

But all these stories began on the page, so here is what you need to get started with Kingpin comics! 

Kingpin Comics Recommendations:

  • Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #50-52
  • Daredevil (1964) #170-172, 227-233, 253-261
  • Daredevil: Love and War (1986) (Marvel Graphic Novel #24)
  • Captain America (1968) #373-378
  • Daredevil (1964) #297-300; (1998) #9-15, 26-31, 36, 46-50, 76-87
  • Ultimate Spider-Man (2000) #8-12, 106-110
  • Amazing Spider-Man (1999) #537-542
  • Daredevil (1998) #116-119, 500, 595-600
  • PunisherMAX (2009) #1-22
  • Daredevil (2014) #15-18; (2019) #1-36, Devil’s Reign (2021) #1-6

Wilson Fisk is one of Marvel’s most sinister schemers, made doubly terrifying by his giant body stature. As a teenager and young adult, Fisk traveled the world training both his mind and body to peak perfection with a focus on political science and sumo wrestling. Eventually, he returned to New York City where he began his criminal empire, becoming the Kingpin of Crime.

Equal parts a Spider-Man and Daredevil villain, Kingpin is often featured in parallel comic storylines with each character, which occasionally intertwine. This can make a reading order complicated, but fret not! Below is the full guide to Wilson Fisk’s complete comics history, but the best suggestion is to simply follow the characters and stories that interest you.

If you’re excited for Kingpin’s role in Daredevil: Born Again, then stick with the Daredevil stories! If you loved him in Spider-Man: The Animated Series and Into the Spider-Verse, check out the Spider-Man stories! Use this guide to shape the best Kingpin comics experience for you, based on what you love. Enjoy reading!

For more related to Kingpin comics, check out our other reading guides, including Daredevil and Echo!

“In prison, there is only room for one kingpin.”

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Kingpin Meets Spider-Man and Daredevil (1970s-1980s)

In his earliest appearances, Wilson Fisk was simply just a crime lord villain for Spider-Man. However, as Stan Lee continued developing the character, Kingpin comics quickly took on a science-fiction edge using futuristic technology.

This completely changed when Frank Miller brought the character into the Daredevil universe. Miller brought Kingpin back to his crime boss roots and reinvented the character as Daredevil’s greatest enemy. 

  • Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #50-52, 59-61, 68-70, 83-85, 154, 159, 163-164, 195-197
    • #50 is the iconic “Spider-Man No More” story!
    • #83-85 is the first appearance of Vanessa! She is also referenced in #69-70
    • #83-85 is also the first appearance of Richard Fisk, Kingpin’s son
    • After #85: Captain America (1968) #145-148
  • Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #67-70, 74-75, 80-82, 89, 93-100, 109-110
    • #67-82 parallel to Daredevil #185-194
    • After #82: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #17
    • #89-110 parallel to Amazing Spider-Man #249-268
  • Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #249, 253-261, 268, 274; Annual #17, 19
    • After #261: Daredevil #210-216, Web of Spider-Man #2, Secret Wars II
    • After #268: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #19; The Punisher (1986) #2, 5
  • Daredevil (1964) #210-216

 

Extra reading:

  • Marvel Team-Up (1972) #138, 141, 144
  • Spider-Woman (1978) #46
  • Moon Knight (1980) #27
  • Spider-Man: Christmas in Dallas (1983) #1
  • Marvel Age Annual (1985) #1
  • Secret Wars II (1985)
    • Web of Spider-Man (1985) #6
    • Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #268, 274
    • Secret Wars II (1985) #3
  • Captain America (1968) #311

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Kingpin in Daredevil: Born Again (1980s)

Frank Miller returned to Kingpin with “Born Again,” a short arc that has proven itself to be among the greatest Daredevil stories ever told. Miller followed this up with Daredevil: Love and War, a one-shot story and one of the most beautifully illustrated Kingpin comics by Bill Sienkiewicz. Love and War explored the Kingpin’s relationship with Vanessa, and redefined the Kingpin’s visual look in the comics.

  • Daredevil (1964) #227-234 (“Born Again”)
  • Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #275-281
  • Daredevil: Love and War (1986) (Marvel Graphic Novel #24)
    • Further details about Vanessa’s relationship with Kingpin
  • Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #284-289; Web of Spider-Man (1985) #29-30
  • The Punisher (1987) #15-18
  • Web of Spider-Man (1985) #53-55, 60-61, 65
  • Acts of Vengeance (1989)

 

Extra reading:

  • Spider-Man Annual UK (1987) #13
  • Web of Spider-Man (1985) #24
  • Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #118, 130, 133, 140, 143, 150
  • Strange Tales (1987) #12-14
  • Web of Spider-Man (1985) #48, Annual #4
  • Amazing Spider-Man Annual #22
  • The Mutant Misadventures of Cloak and Dagger (1988) #6-7
  • Amazing Spider-Man Annual (1964) #21, 23
  • Alpha Flight (1983) #77
  • Marvel Graphic Novel (1981) #57
  • Acts of Vengeance (1989)
    • Damage Control (1989) #1
    • The Spectacular Spider-Man (1988) #158, 160
    • Captain America (1968) #365-366
    • Wolverine (1988) #19
    • Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #327
    • Web of Spider-Man (1985) #60-61
    • Avengers (1963) #312-313
    • The Punisher (1987) #28-29
    • Punisher War Journal (1988) #12-13
    • Avengers West Coast (1989) #55
    • Damage Control (1989) #4

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Kingpin in Daredevil: Last Rites (1990s)

In the early 1990s, Kingpin comics crossed paths with Red Skull in a short Captain America arc by Mark Gruenwald. But the end was soon to come! In “Daredevil: Last Rites,” D. G. Chichester and Lee Weeks orchestrated the downfall of Kingpin’s grand empire.

This epic Daredevil storyline happened in parallel with other Kingpin comics appearances in Punisher and  Web of Spider-Man, so check out all three titles to see the full repercussions across the Marvel universe!

  • Captain America (1968) #373-378 (“Streets of Poison”)
  • The Spectacular Spider-Man (1988) #164-169, 173
    • After #164: Amazing Spider-Man #336, Web of Spider-Man #65
  • Daredevil (1964) #287-300, 307-309, Annual #7 (“Last Rites”)
  • The Punisher (1987) #53-59, 64-70
    • #53-59: “The Final Days”
    • #64-70: “Eurohit”
  • Web of Spider-Man (1985) #84-89, 97-100
    • #84-89: “Name of the Rose”
    • #97-100: “My Enemy’s Enemy”

 

Extra reading:

  • Ghost Rider (1990) #1, 3
  • Punisher War Journal (1988) #17
  • Marvel Comics Presents #57 [D Story]
  • Marvel Super-Heroes #4 [B Story]
  • Punisher P.O.V. (1991) #1-4
  • The Deadly Foes of Spider-Man (1991) #1-4
  • Avengers (1963) #327
  • The Vibranium Vendetta (1991)
    • Amazing Spider-Man Annual (1964) #25
    • The Spectacular Spider-Man Annual (1988) #11
    • Web of Spider-Man Annual (1985) #7
  • Sleepwalker (1991) #5-6
  • Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #91 [D Story]
  • Punisher: Ghosts of Innocents (1993) #1-2

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Kingpin in Echo: Parts of a Whole (1990s-2000s)

In the late 1990s, Kingpin began amassing power once again. Retreating to Japan, Fisk tries to remotely manipulate Maya Lopez into killing Daredevil as revenge. The consequences are detailed beautifully in David Mack’s “Parts of a Whole” arc, which introduced the Echo character and even influenced her story with Kingpin in Marvel Studios’ Hawkeye TV show. Fisk’s world would soon fall apart yet again in Brian Michael Bendis’ “Underboss” arc, which marked a major turning point in his relationship with Vanessa.

Meanwhile, the Kingpin of Earth-1610 was introduced in the Ultimate universe, where he would face alternate versions of classic heroes like Spider-Man, Daredevil, Elektra, and Miles Morales.

  • Wolverine and The Punisher: Damaging Evidence (1993) #1-3
  • Daredevil: The Man Without Fear (1993) #3-5
    • Retold in Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #-1
  • Daredevil (1964) #315, 317, 325-326, 333-342
  • Punisher: Countdown (1995)
    • The Punisher (1987) #103-104
    • Punisher War Journal (1988) #79-80
    • Punisher War Zone (1992) #41
  • Kingpin (1997) #1
  • Spider-Man (1990) #94-95
  • Spider-Man: Made Men (1998) #1

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  • Daredevil (1998) #6-7, ½, 9-15, 21, 26-31, 36, 42, 45-53
  • Peter Parker, Spider-Man (1999) #6-8, 13
  • Daredevil/Spider-Man (2001) #1-4
  • Spider-Man’s Tangled Web (2001) #4
    • Originally published as “Tangled Web: The Thousand #4”
  • Ultimate Spider-Man (2000) #8-12, 35, 47-53, 62, 70-71, 79-85, 106-110, 151-153; Annual #2
    • After #62: Ultimate Elektra (2004) #1-5
    • After #85: Ultimate Spider-Man Annual (2005) #2
    • After #110: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man (2009) #1-2
    • After #153: Cataclysm: The Ultimates’ Last Stand (2013) #5, Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man (2014) #8-9

 

Extra reading:

  • Spider-Man (1990) #43
  • Spider-Man Unlimited (1993) #6
  • Tales of the Marvels: Blockbuster (1995) #1
  • Amazing Fantasy (1995) #17
  • Marvel Versus DC (1995) #2, 4
  • Wolverine ’96 (1996) #1
  • Code of Honor (1997) #1, 4
  • Untold Tales of Spider-Man (1995) #20
  • X-Men (1991) #62-64
  • Elektra (1996) #16
  • Daredevil: Protection Racket (1998) #1-4
  • Deadpool (1997) #34
  • Iron Fist: Wolverine (2000) #1
  • Sentry/Spider-Man (2001) #1
  • Amazing Spider-Man (1999) #36
  • Iron Man (1998) #37
  • Marvel Knights: Double-Shot (2002) #1 [B Story]
  • Wolverine (1988) #183
  • Spider-Man/Black Cat: Evil That Men Do (2002) #5

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Kingpin in Spider-Man: Back in Black (2000s-2010s)

In the late 2000s, Brian Michael Bendis ended his long run on Daredevil with “The Murdock Papers”, a dramatic arc that nearly ended Daredevil comics altogether. Ed Brubaker followed this up immediately with “The Devil in Cell Block D”, another outstanding arc of Daredevil and Kingpin comics.

Meanwhile in the world of Spider-Man, Peter Parker has to deal with the fallout of revealing his identity during Civil War. Kingpin takes advantage of the situation to try killing his arachnid archenemy once and for all. But when things go sideways, Peter is brought to one of his darkest points yet.

  • Kingpin (2003) #1-7
  • Daredevil (1998) #70, 76-87 (“The Murdock Papers”, “The Devil in Cell Block D”)
    • Alternate future: Daredevil: End of Days (2012) #1-2
  • Amazing Spider-Man (1999) #533, 537-542 (“Back in Black”)
    • Alternate universe: What If? Spider-Man Back in Black Vol 1 1
  • PunisherMAX (2009) #1-22
    • Set in an alternate continuity
  • Daredevil (1998) #89, 92-93, 116-119, 500-504, 510, 512 (“Return of the King”)
    • #92-93 is a major story with Vanessa
    • After #500: Dark Reign: The List – Daredevil (2009) #1
    • After #504: Daredevil: Black & White (2010) #1 [B Story], Shadowland (2010)
  • Shadowland (2010) #1-5
    • After #3: Shadowland: Ghost Rider (2010) #1, Daredevil (1998) #510
    • After #5: Daredevil (1998) #512
  • Amazing Spider-Man (1999) #640, 648-651, 674, 690-691, 695-697

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  • Deadpool (2008) #50-54
  • Hawkeye (2012) #1-5, 8, 22
  • Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business (2014) #1
  • Daredevil: Dark Nights (2013) #2-3

 

Extra reading:

  • Marvel Knights: Spider-Man (2004) #3
  • The Spectacular Spider-Man (2003) #21
  • Bullseye: Greatest Hits (2004) #4
  • Civil War: War Crimes (2007) #1
  • Civil War: Battle Damage Report (2007) #1
  • X-23: Target X (2007) #3
  • Runaways (2005) #25-26, 30
  • Marvel Divas (2009) #4
  • Deadpool Team-Up (2010) #883
  • Herc (2011) #2, 9-10
  • Spider-Island: The Amazing Spider-Girl (2011) #1-3
  • Wolverine (2010) #20, 302
  • Daken: Dark Wolverine (2010) #21
  • Venom (2011) #16
  • Captain America (2011) #16
  • Savage Wolverine (2013) #6-8
  • Superior Spider-Man (2013) #14
  • Marvel Knights: Spider-Man (2013) #5
  • Superior Foes of Spider-Man (2013) #9
  • Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration (2014) #1 [E Story]
  • Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man (2014) #8-9

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Kingpin: Mayor Fisk (2010s)

In the 2010s, Daredevil writer Mark Waid relocated both Kingpin and Matt Murdock temporarily to San Francisco. When Fisk returns to New York, he runs for mayor with a strong anti-vigilante platform in Charles Soule’s run. This era of Daredevil and Kingpin comics is particularly important for fans of the MCU, as Cosmic Circus writer Anthony Flagg has speculated that both of these storylines could inspire the new Daredevil: Born Again TV series.

  • Daredevil (2014) #15-18 (“The Autobiography of Matt Murdock”)
  • Civil War II: Kingpin (2016) #1-4
  • Spider-Man: Dead No More (2016)
    • Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #19-20, 23
    • The Clone Conspiracy (2016) #1-5, Omega #1
    • Prowler (2016) #4-5
  • Kingpin (2017) #1-5
    • Continues in Doctor Strange (2015) #21-24
  • Daredevil (2016) #22-25, 595-605, 608, 612 (“Mayor Fisk”)

 

Extra reading:

  • Secret Wars (2015) #1
  • Amazing Spider-Man (2015) #1
  • Deadpool and the Mercs for Money (2016) #3
  • Free Comic Book Day (Captain America) (2016) #1
  • Mighty Thor (2016) #8
  • Elektra (2017) #5
  • Deadpool vs. the Punisher (2017) #2
  • Secret Empire (2017) #2, 6, 8
    • After #2: Doctor Strange (2015) #21-24
  • Spider-Men II (2017) #3-4
  • Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man (2017) #1-4
  • Venom (2016) #157
  • Amazing Spider-Man Annual (1964) #42
  • Defenders (2017) #2, 6, 8, 10
  • Old Man Logan (2016) #36-38
  • Damnation: Johnny Blaze – Ghost Rider (2018) #1
  • Killmonger (2018) #1-3
  • Captain America (2018) #7-8, 16, 18, 29-30
  • Marvel Knights 20th (2018) #1, 4-6
  • Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2016) #32-36

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Kingpin in Daredevil: Devil’s Reign (2020s)

In recent years, writer Chip Zdarsky has continued the Mayor Fisk storyline in Daredevil, leading to a major Daredevil/Spider-Man crossover called Devil’s Reign. This series gave Kingpin another son named Butch Pharris. Fisk appoints Pharris as the new Kingpin of New York so that he can run for President of the United States. Fisk also begins running his own team of Thunderbolts. With all this potential synergy for the MCU, the Devil’s Reign era is also expected to factor into the upcoming Born Again TV series.

  • Man Without Fear (2019) #4-5
  • Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #1, 6-7, 11-13, 25-28, 41, 43
    • Prologue: Free Comic Book Day (The Amazing Spider-Man) (2018) #1
    • After #7: Daredevil (2019) #1-12
    • After #13: Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man (2019) #1-4
    • After #28: Daredevil (2019) #13-18
  • Daredevil (2019) #1-27, Annual #1
    • After #12: War of the Realms: War Scrolls (2019) #1-2
    • After #24: Daredevil Annual (2019) #1, King In Black (2020) #2, King In Black: Thunderbolts (2021) #1-3

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  • Amazing Spider-Man (2018) #54-66
    • After #65: Giant-Size Amazing Spider-Man: King’s Ransom (2021) #1
    • After #66: Free Comic Book Day: Spider-Man/Venom (2021) #1 [C Story]
  • Daredevil (2019) #28-36
  • Devil’s Reign (2021) #1-6, Omega #1
    • After #2: Woman Without Fear #1, Spider-Woman (2020) #18, Devil’s Reign: X-Men #1, Devil’s Reign: Villains for Hire #1
    • After #3: Devil’s Reign: Winter Soldier (2022) #1
    • After #4: Devil’s Reign: Villains for Hire #2, Devil’s Reign: X-Men #2, Devil’s Reign: Spider-Man (2022) #1
    • After #5: Devil’s Reign: X-Men #3, Devil’s Reign: Villains for Hire #3
    • After #6: Elektra #100, Amazing Spider-Man (2022) #1, Elektra: Black, White & Blood #4, Devil’s Reign: Omega #1
  • Amazing Spider-Man (2022) #1, 4-5
  • Daredevil (2022) #1

 

Extra reading:

  • Symbiote Spider-Man (2019) #2-4
  • Scream: Curse of Carnage (2019) #6
  • Miles Morales: Spider-Man (2018) #10
  • The Punisher (2018) #13-16
  • Hawkeye: Freefall (2020) #5
  • Ruins of Ravencroft: Carnage (2020) #1, Sabretooth (2020) #1; Ravencroft (2020) #1-5
  • Wolverine (2020) #9
  • Marauders (2019) #22
  • Captain America (2018) #29-30
  • Strange (2022) #3
  • Giant-Size Gwen Stacy (2022) #1 [C Story]
  • Damage Control (2022) #4
  • Joe Fixit (2023) #1-3
  • X-23: Deadly Regenesis (2023) #1
  • X-Men (2021) #20

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Kingpin in Multimedia and the Multiverse

Wilson Fisk’s impact has exploded beyond the mere Kingpin comics of Earth-616. Fisk has a major legacy across the comics multiverse, as well as animation, live-action shows, and video games.

Featuring Kingpig, Kongpin, Spider-Man the Animated Series, and the outstanding performances of Michael Clarke Duncan and Vincent D’Onofrio, dive into the multiverse of Kingpin stories below!
 

Kingpin Comics in the Multiverse:

  • What If? (1977) #8, 15, 30, 30, 35, 38
    • #8: What If the World Knew Daredevil Was Blind?
    • #15: What If Helen Taylor Became Nova?
    • #30: What If Spider-Man’s Clone Lived?
    • #35: What If Elektra Had Lived?
    • #38: Daredevil: 2013 (Wilson Fisk, Kingpin of International Terrorism)
  • Kingpig
    • What If? (1977) #8
    • Marvel Age Annual (1985) #2
    • Peter Porker, The Spectacular Spider-Ham (1985) #12, 17
    • What The–?! (1988) #18
    • Marvel Tales (1964) #236
    • Spider-Ham 25th Anniversary Special (2010) #1
    • Spider-Ham: Great Power, No Responsibility (2021) #1
  • What The–?! (1988) #3, 5-6, 10-11, 18-19, 21-22 (Wiltin Fish, the Kingking of crime)
    • #5 also features the Tenpin of Crime
    • #18 also features the Kingpig
  • What If…? (1989) 2, 4, 10, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31, 34, 43-44 48, 58, 73, 102
    • #2: What If Daredevil killed the Kingpin?
    • #4: What If the Alien Costume Had Possessed Spider-Man?
    • #10: What If Frank Castle’s Family Had Not Been Killed?
    • #17: What If Daredevil Had a Dishonest Tailor?
    • #19: What If Vision Conquered the World?
    • #24: What If Wolverine Had Become The Lord of the Vampires?
    • #26: What If Punisher Had Killed Daredevil?
    • #31: What If Spider-Man Had Kept His Cosmic Powers?
    • #34: What If YOU Were Spider-Man?
    • #43: What If Wolverine Had Married Mariko?
    • #44: What If Venom Had Possessed the Punisher?
    • #48: What If Daredevil Saved Nuke?
    • #58: What If the Punisher Had Killed Spider-Man?
    • #73: What If the Kingpin Owned Daredevil?
    • #102: What If Daredevil’s Dad Had Thrown the Big Fight?

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  • Marvel UK
    • Spectacular Spider-Man (UK) (1995) #55, 74-75, 78, 82, 85-87, 90-91, 103, 107, 109, 116-117, 125, 139, 145, 155, 172, 184, 189-191, 219, 222, 224-225
      • After #109: Rampage (2004) #3
      • After #125: Rampage (2004) #16
      • After #191: Marvel Heroes (UK) (2008) #16, 31
  • Marvel/DC Crossovers
    • Assassins (1996) #1 (Edward Fisk, the Big Question)
    • Batman and Spider-Man (1997) #1
    • Batman/Daredevil (1999) #1
  • Marvel Comics 2
    • Spider-Girl (1998) #1, 8, 17, 36, 39, 40, 42-43, 61, 63
      • After #17: Darkdevil (2000) #1-3
    • Amazing Spider-Girl (2006) #6
    • Spectacular Spider-Girl (2009) #1
  • Earth-X
    • Earth X (1999) #0
    • Universe X: 4 (2000) #1
    • Paradise X (2003) #0-1, 4-5, 10-11, X
    • Paradise X: Heralds (2001) #1-2
  • What If Karen Page Had Lived? (2004) #1
  • Powerless (2004) #1-6
  • Daredevil 2099 (2004) #1
    • Marvel Team-Up (2005) #17
    • Spider-Man 2099 (2016) #14-16
    • Features Samuel Fisk!

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  • Marvel Zombies
    • Marvel Zombies (2005) #4
    • Marvel Zombies/Army of Darkness (2007) #2
    • Marvel Zombies 3 (2008) #3-4
    • Marvel Zombies Return (2009) #1 (alternate continuity)
    • Marvel Zombie (2018) #1 (alternate continuity)
  • Kongpin
    • Amazing Spider-Man Family (2008) #1
    • Spider-Man Annual (2019) #1
    • Edge of Spider-Verse (2022) #3 
  • Secret Wars (2015)
    • Secret Wars Journal (2015) #2
    • M.O.D.O.K. Assassin (2015) #1-4
    • Armor Wars (2015) #½, 2-4

Extra reading:

  • Spidey Super Stories (1974) #18, 29, 42, 55
    • After #42: Amazing Spider-Man and Spider-Woman (1980) #1
  • Spider-Man Newspaper Strips 1977-1979, 1999, 2013, 2018
  • Daredevils (1982) #8 (Tiepin)
  • Peter Porker, The Spectacular Spider-Ham (1985) #13 (Pinhead of Crime)
  • Alpha Flight (1983) #74
  • Fred Hembeck Destroys the Marvel Universe (1989) #1
  • Sensational She-Hulk (1989) #50
  • Death³ (1993) #2
  • War Machine (1994) #1
  • Spider-Man Adventures (1994) #3-4, 8-12
    • Adventures of Spider-Man (1996) #7-10
  • Punisher Kills the Marvel Universe (1995) #1
  • Ruins (1995) #2
  • X-Babies Reborn (1999) #1 (Mojoverse)

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  • X-Universe (2000) #1
  • Marvel Knights Millennial Visions 2001
  • Exiles (2001) #83
  • Mangaverse
    • Marvel Mangaverse: Spider-Man (2002) #1
    • Spider-Man: Legend of the Spider-Clan (2002) #5
  • AAFES (2005) #2
  • Marvel Adventures Spider-Man (2005) #21, 24
  • Sensational Spider-Man (2006) #32
  • House of M: Avengers (2007) #3-4
  • Bullet Points (2007) #4
  • Spider-Man 1602 (2009) #2 (Wilson Fiske, the King’s Pin)
  • Daredevil Noir (2009) #1-4
    • Punisher Noir (2010) #3
    • Edge of Spider-Verse (2014) #1
  • What If? Daredevil vs. Elektra (2010) #1
  • Marvel Universe vs. The Punisher (2010) #1-4 (King of Death)
  • Spider-Man: Heroes & Villains Collection (2010) #19, 45
  • Deadpool Annual (2011) #1 (Dead Weight)
  • Daredevil: Season One (2012) #1
  • Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe (2012) #4
  • 100th Anniversary Special – Spider-Man (2014) #1
  • Original Sins (2014) #5
  • Howard the Human (2015) #1
  • 1872 (2015) #1-4
  • Spider-Gwen (2015) #2, 5
  • Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows (2015) #3
  • Civil War (2015) #3 (King Ock)
  • Spider-Man (2016) #14
  • Venomverse: War Stories (2017) #1
  • Avengers Halloween Special (2018) #1
  • Vault of Spiders (2018) #1
  • You Are Deadpool (2018) #4) (Filson Whisk, the Pin King)
  • Marvel Comics (2019) #1001
  • Darkhold: Blade (2021) #1 (Wilson Fisk, The Vampire King of New York City)
  • Heroes Reborn: Squadron Savage (2021) #1 (Secretary of Defense Wilson Fisk)
  • Spider-Man: Spider’s Shadow (2021) #2, 5
  • Spider-Punk (2022) #3

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Kingpin in Movies and TV Shows:

  • Spider-Man (1967) S2 E2; S3 E3B
  • Spider-Woman (1979) S1 E5
  • Spider-Man (1981) S1 E24-25
    • Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981) S1 E12
  • The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (1989)
  • Spider-Man (1994) S1 E3-4, E7-8, E11-12; S2 E1-5, E11-12; S3 E2-8, E12-13; S4 E1-3, E6-7, E9, E11; S5 E1-13
  • Spider-Man: The New Animated Series (2003) S1 E2
  • Daredevil (2003)
    • Novelization: Daredevil (2003) (novel)
    • Game: Daredevil (2003) (video game)
  • Marvel Super Heroes: What The–?! (2009) S1 E1, E9, E15, E18, E43, E52; Specials E25
  • Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark (2010) (Musical)
  • Marvel Television & Marvel Studios
    • Daredevil (2015) S1 E3-13; S2 E8-10; S3 E1-13
    • Hawkeye (2021) S1 E3, E5-6
    • Echo (TBD)
    • Daredevil: Born Again (2024)
  • Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)

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Kingpin in Video Games:

  • The Amazing Spider-Man vs. The Kingpin (1990)
  • Spider-Man (1991)
  • The Punisher (1993)
    • Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (2011)
  • The Punisher (2005)
  • Spider-Man: Battle for New York (2006)
  • Spider-Man 3 (2007)
  • Spider-Man: Web Of Shadows (2008)
  • Marvel Super Hero Squad Online (2011)
  • Marvel: Avengers Alliance (2012)
  • Lego Marvel Super Heroes (2013)
    • Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 (2017)
  • Marvel Heroes (2013)
  • Marvel Puzzle Quest (2013)
  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
  • Marvel Contest of Champions (2014)
  • Marvel Future Fight (2015)
  • Marvel Mighty Heroes (2015)
  • Marvel Avengers Academy (2016)
  • Marvel Strike Force (2018)
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man (2018)
    • Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales (2020)
    • Tie-in novel: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Hostile Takeover (2018)
    • Tie-in comics: Marvel’s Spider-Man: City at War (2019) #1, Marvel’s Spider-Man: The Black Cat Strikes (2020) #1
  • Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order (2019)
  • Marvel Duel (2020)
  • Future Revolution (2021)

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And those are the Kingpin comics! What are your favorite episodes of Netflix’s Daredevil series? What are you excited to see in Echo and Born Again? Let me know on Twitter @vinwriteswords and remember to follow the site @MyCosmicCircus for more criminally good comics coming soon! For more information about Kinpin, visit the official page.

Check out our full list of comics reading guides here and our Daredevil and Echo comics guides below!

Modern Daredevil Reading Guide: 1998-2022

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Echo Reading Guide

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