Marvel’s Daredevil #12 spoilers are underneath! Daredevil’s sidekick Samuel Chung, commonly known as Blindspot, was first featured during Charles Soule’s previous tenure on the series. Blindspot trained with Daredevil using his own invisibility suit, but his adventure took a tragic turn when the villain Muse gouged out his eyes. However, he finally regained his sight after joining The Hand as a disciple. Blindspot had not appeared in any Marvel comics since, leaving fans to speculate about his location.
The mystery of Blindspot’s absence is ultimately solved in the most recent issue of Daredevil #12, which was written by Chip Zdarsky and drawn by Marco Checchetto. The narrative depicts Blindspot as a tough warrior who lives in the woods as a ronin. He has been stationed in Japan, watching over a cave known as The Siege Infernal, and he has long hair and a beard. He has been working at this location to complete a task given to him by Stick in order to get revenge on The Hand and The Beast. When Daredevil shows there, Blindspot verifies his identity and tells him about his terrifying adventure.
This information is revealed in Daredevil #12 and provides readers with insight into Blindspot’s character growth and the struggles he has encountered over the last four and a half years. It will be interesting to see how Blindspot’s reappearance will affect the current conflict with The Hand and The Beast, as well as what part he will play in Daredevil’s last-ditch scheme to take on these powerful foes.