Marvel Comics’ Daredevil series will end in August, but it’s not the end for The Man Without Fear.
In 2018, writer Chip Zdarsky started his run of Marvel Comics‘ Daredevil. The first arc was called “Know Fear”. In this series, Matt Murdock accidentally killed someone. A moment that leads to a new and dark life for The Man Without Fear.
He went to jail, almost intentionally murdered Wilson Fisk, used the death of his twin so he could operate without being Matt Murdock, and fled the country. Then things got worse. This includes fighting the Avengers, losing Spider-Man’s friendship, and so much more.
Things don’t appear to be getting better. In Chip Zdarsky’s newsletter, he teases the end of his Marvel Comics Daredevil run with a cryptic message. It says, “This is what god has done” with Daredevil’s mask burning below the text. According to Bleeding Cool, Chip Zdarsky’s run is ending in August with issue No. 14.
If you’re a Daredevil fan, there’s good news. This isn’t the end. Marvel.com reports that the creative team of Saladin Ahmed (Miles Morales: Spider-Man) and Aaron Kuder (Avengers Forever) will be starting a new run in September. Ahmed said:
"“I wanted to only take this job on if I felt like I had a new, unique take on Matt and on Hell’s Kitchen. And so that’s at the center of this… him and his world, but it’s the Marvel Universe.”"
Saladin Ahmed’s comics are always full of deep moments. Considering everything that Daredevil goes through, there’s no way this series won’t have more of that. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until September to read his series. But first, Chip is going to take The Man Without Fear further down a path of destruction until his final issue in August.
Stay tuned to Bam Smack Pow for more Daredevil news as it comes out.
What do you think? How will Chip Zdarksy’s run end and how will Saladin Ahmed’s series begin? Let us know in the comments below.