Okay, so you know how I mentioned the Vigilante in last week's editon of So, Who Would Win?
Well he's back, and this time facing someone who'd give him a run for his money in the legal department;
Yup, Daredevil, a fellow legal eagle himself in his everyday guise as Matt Murdock.
Now to quickly remind the viewers at home, Adrian Chase(The Vigilante) is a former district attorney who's family were killed by the mob. More than likely and understandibly upset at the lack of progress with his local law enforecment agency, Mr. Chase decided to take the law and matters into his own hands and fight back as the costumed vigilante known as.....The Vigilante.
So, we have a costumed "hero" who seems to be made up of equal parts Daredevil(lawyer) and the Punisher(kills criminals, family killed by the mob).
Given those facts, this imagined fight really just writes itself if you think about it.
But for the sake of arguement, let's say that Adrian Chase is still practicing law, and is still in fact a district attorney. That means he prosecutes criminal cases.
Murdock on the other hand, is a defense attorney, meaning he defends criminals.
See where this is headed?
What if.....Chase and Murdock find themselves on opposite sides iof the same criminal case.
Chase, either during the trial, or after(depending on the verdict) decides to pay said criminal a lethal visit as the Vigilante. Murdock as Daredevil, decides to do the same, but for different reasons, since DD doesn't outright kill people.
And faster than you can say conflict of interest, these two find themselves at odds against one another; both in the court room and now as costumed rivals.
Like I said, it practically writes itself.
Now to be honest, DD's no stranger to guys like Chase. Years of battling the Punisher and similar guys(and gals) are nothing new. So in that particular light, DD should be able to scope this new guy out and beat him right?
But what if during the fight, DD unmasks the Vigilante, and discovers he's the same guy he's battling in court.
How does it affect DD's plans now?
That's what you people get to decide, as I pit Daredevil versus The Vigilante.
Who Wins and Why?
I'd love to hear your thoughts on this one, because really, how cool would it be to see two laywers on the exact opposite side of the fence fighting against each other both in the court room and outside of it?
Let me know what you think.
As always, have a good weekend everybody......