Marvel, no reference to the political history Daredevil: Mayor Fisk


Published on Oct 19, 2017


On Daredevil #595 (as we have already reported in this article) the fearsome villain Wilson Fisk, aka Kingpin, the historic enemy of Spiderman and Daredevil take over the position of First Citizen of the city of New York.

With the assumption of a charge so important part of a character so controversial and discussed it is impossible not to think about the recent political situation in the United States and the current occupant of the White House.

However, as reported by bleedingcool the authors of the comic, Charles Soule and Stefano Landini calm the waters by rejecting the almost obvious comparison.

Speak to the writer : “the story of Mayor Fisk is only this: the Kingpin is just...the king. Fisk, from the first page of the comic, has already got the charge, and has all the resources and the powers that his position allows him. In this way, Daredevil has lost everything on which he relied: the entire city of New York.”



The same opinion is the rest of the Marvel, in fact, speaks the editor Tom Breevort : “there are references to the policy in each other, in The series The Defenders, the argument concerns the power vacuum that the Kingpin has left in the criminal underworld of the Big Apple, and the following war between gangs that might go on.”

Soule concluded by saying: “the nice thing about The Mayor Fisk is that the story about the whole Marvel Universe, not only Daredevil, so it will be a very tough period in which to bring the mask and the heroes of New York. It will be a duel of epic between Matt Murdock and the Kingpin”.

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