Purple Man

The Purple Man (Zebediah Killgrave) is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics supervillain. Originally a foe of Daredevil, he was introduced in Daredevil vol. 1 #4 (October 1964). In recent years, he has been depicted as an enemy of Jessica Jones and her husband Luke Cage.

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