As it stands now, Matt Murdock's in pretty rough shape. After Charles Soules' "Death of Daredevil" arc to end the creator's lengthy run on the title, the character carried over into a five issue mini-series title Man Without Fear from Jed MacKay and Danilo Beyruth.
Once Man Without Fear wraps up, Chip Zdarsky and Marco Checchetto will take over the character and...well, it doesn't look like things get any better for Ol' Hornhead. Earlier in the week, Marvel began to roll out the first few covers of Zdarsky and Checcetto's run on Daredevil and one cover, in particular, teases a grim future for Murdock.
On the cover, a beautifully painted piece by Julian Totino Tedesco, Murdock is knocked down on the grown grasping his shoulder, mending to an apparent gunshot wound, as blood stains his face. In the negative-contrast background, cops can be seen approaching the vigilante with guns drawn, possibly hinting that the long-time crime fighter has a run-in with the law.
When announced as the writer who would be taking over after Soule's illustrious run, Zdarsky previously teased a whole new status quo for the scarlet-clad superhero.
"Things can’t be business
"I’ve always loved the various tonal takes on Daredevil, but for this
The tentative solicitation info for Daredevil #3 can be found below.0comments
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The first book in the Zdarsky/Checchetto run, Daredevil #1, is due out February 6th.