Wilson Fisk, aka Kingpin is a major enemy to the Marvel superhero, Spiderman, and the primary antagonist of fellow Marvel superhero, Daredevil. An incredibly strong, yet brilliant criminal, Kingpin is a secondary player in the Disney Vs Marvel Villains War, acting as a primary fighter in the gang war subplot.
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On Top of the World
Early on in the war, Sykes informs Kingpin that he is planning on taking Kingpin's territory for himself in a gang war. Seeking to prevent the expensive and damaging endeavour of a gangwar, Kingpin hires the Shocker to take Sykes out. Shocker is successful and Kingpin is left momentarily secure. This temporary security is short lived, however, as he soon begins to fear that other crimelords might soon try to take his place. He hires Rhino to take down Pete, but the Rhino ultimately fails, leaving Kingpin more paranoid than ever. When Queen Narissa is captured after defeating Shocker, Whiplash gives her to Kingpin. He proceeds to keep her in a dungeon like area underneath his office. This later proves to be a risky endeavour.
Following Shocker's apparent death, Kingpin hires Hobgoblin as his new hitman. However, when Nathaniel begins to unleash monsters to free Narissa and Hobgoblin goes out to fight them (for double the pay, of course), Kingpin begins to regret this move and fires Hobgoblin. However, Hobgoblin isn't too happy with this; derives Kingpin out of his tower and takes it for himself, along with Kingpin's criminal empire.
Reclaiming the Throne
Following his loss of power, Kingpin keeps his head low to avoid attracting the attention of the Hobgoblin, choosing to wait out the ensuing gang war between Hobgoblin and Negaduck. The day comes not long after and Kingpin returns to his tower to retake his criminal empire. However, Madame Medusa shows up in the hopes of taking Kingpin's empire for herself. The two engage in combat where Kingpin has the initial advantage until Medusa starts shooting her shotgun wildly in the air. Kingpin makes a tactical retreat to his helicopter, but Medusa, not willing to let Kingpin escape alive, shoots the helicopter's rear rotor, causing it to fall into the harbor and explode.
Disney Vs Marvel Villains War - Part Two
Revealed to have survived this explosion, Kingpin decides to move operations before reclaiming his title
from Madame Medusa. Using Narissa's fountain, Kingpin travels to the CGI realm. This development doesn't go unnoticed by Syndrome, however, who sends his minion, Xemnas, to deal with Kingpin. Xemnas arrives and manages to take down a couple of his thugs. However, Xemnas proves to be no match for the Kingpin himself, who is not at all hurt by Xemnas' attacks, and uses a heavy weapon to destroy Xemnas.
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Teaming with Lex Luthor
In his building in New York City, the Kingpin was paid a visit by Le Chiffre, who informed him that his new ally, Lex Luthor, was an opponent of Le Chiffre's organization. Despite Le Chiffre's warnings to break ties with Luthor lest he be forced to eliminate him, the Kingpin refused. Realizing that he must make Kingpin disappear, Le Chiffre called in his top bodyguard, Bane, to break him. Fortunately, Kingpin was a lot stronger than he appeared to be, and met Bane head on. The two brawled, and although Kingpin was initially able to throw Bane around the room, Bane eventually managed to break Kingpin's legs, ending the fight. Le Chiffre taunted the defeated crime lord, but Kingpin remained defiant. Tiring of both of them, Le Chiffre left before blowing up the entire building, seemingly killing both Kingpin and Bane in the explosion.