In “Daredevil,” writer Charles Soule and artist Ron Garney will address the question dangling over the head of the Man Without Fear: How did Matt Murdock regain his secret identity.
“Fans are going to love what we have in store for our street-level superstars in 2017,” Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso said in a statement. “We’re taking Daredevil and some of the characters in his orbit, sending them off in different directions for some brand-new stories from rising stars in the comics industry.”
Matthew Rosenberg (“Rocket Raccoon,” “Civil War II: Kingpin”) is writing “Kingpin” #1, with art by Ben Torres (Daredevil) and a Jeff Dekal cover. Ed Brisson (“Secret Wars Battleworld”) is handling writing chores on “Bulleye” #1, with interior art by Guillermo Sanna (“Deadpool”) and cover art by Dave Johnson. “Elektra” #1 marks the comic book debut of writer Matt Owens, who worked on “Marvel’s Luke Cage” on Netflix, with art by Alec Morgan (“Secret Wars Journal”) and an Elizabeth Torque cover. All three titles will feature a connecting variant cover by Marco Checcetto.
“Daredevil” #17, “Bullseye” #1, “Kingpin” #1 and “Elektra” #1 will arrive in February.
Looking forward to these. I finally all caught up with Soule's run. It gets better with each issue.
@grenadeflow: Peter was established as a genius right from the get go, we understood that before he received his powers, he was clearly very gifted intellectually.
What does Miles have that defines him? Intellect? No. A sense of humor? No. Original villains? No. A well realized supporting cast that elevates his character? No.
Without the powers, Miles is a nobody. All Bendis did was slap a Spidey suit on a black kid and say 'done'. If that isn't a lazy stunt to cash-in on another hero's successful name, then I don't know what is.
Do you even read this book. I find it hard to believe you do with these complaints
God, this book sucks. Felicia continues to be massacred as a character and Bendis continues to shaft Miles for all hell, he has absolutely no I.D because S.H.I.E.L.D wiped it from literally everything? Oh, well isn't that convenient. That means that nobody Miles doesn't know will be able to discover his secret identity, how utterly perfectly coincidental.
Boring. That's the word I'm looking for. There's no stakes, because Miles has everything fixed for him. He's been kidnapped? Venom Blast. Had his fingerprints scanned? Oh, it's okay, there's no record of him anywhere.
Did Peter ever have that luxury when he was a kid, swinging around in the webs? No, because he didn't get everything handed to him on a silver platter like Miles has. Case in point, the 'very impressive piece of tech' as Felicia put it, the web-shooters. Did Miles come up with that himself? No, Peter did. Fifty four freaking years ago.