With Daredevil often featuring alongside the ultra-dark Punisher, it's only natural that the Man Without Fear's storylines appear toned-down and pleasant in comparison.
But this is a perspective that merits challenging. Matt Murdock's life is in practically constant turmoil, and this has lead to writers having to look outside the box in terms of what can be used to create said drama - even if it's something that's kind of weird and inappropriate to be casually used in a comic.
Daredevil himself also serves to make a good amount of his storylines inappropriate too, as despite his characterisation of a moral hero, he does a whole lot of things that are entirely inappropriate for such a character to do. His grief leads to him doing this type of thing surprisingly often, as Matt is not above briefly ignoring his moral code if it allows him to do something he wants to.
With a history that involves trying to murder babies, committing identity fraud, and being the worst romantic partner ever, it's no real surprise that so many of Daredevil's storylines can be considered inappropriate for a supposed superhero.
10. Daredevil's Dad Is Stolen By Mole People
Hearing the phrase 'Daredevil's Dad is Stolen By Mole People' initially sounds pretty funny - like a weird, underground version of the Taken. But the events that take place do so underground because Daredevil's father, Jack Murdock, is infamously dead - and so the whole thing suddenly stops being funny pretty fast.
While stolen family members are a reoccurring theme in comics, the theft of a dead parent has an entirely different tone to it. It doesn't quite cross a line, but it certainly breathes heavily on that line, and expects you not to find it doing so weird.
Daredevil does defeat Mole Man and his peons to return his father to his resting place, but the whole thing leave a slightly unsavoury taste in your mouth - potentially because the whole thing is played off as though having your dad's corpse played about with wouldn't be incredibly mentally scarring.