"Daredevil" is tough.
Not the character, although that is one of the things I like about Matt Murdock, his dedication to putting himself in harm's way. There's an image at the end of the first trailer for the Netflix "Daredevil" series that kind of sums up how vulnerable he is, when he's freely bleeding from the face as he tries to stand up.
What's tough is getting him right on film. People love to dismiss Mark Steven Johnson's "Daredevil" outright, but that's not fair. What I find fascinating about the film is how many things they did right while still ending up with a film that doesn't work. When they were in pre-production, they boarded the entire film and put together a massive book of designs, and looking through that art, it is absolutely pulled from the pages of the comics. There is a true devotion to the source material that is clear in every bit of design work that was generated by Johnson and his team… but the film somehow never quite translated those images and that artwork and that passion, that undeniable passion, to the final viewing experience.