PREVIEW – Marvel: Daredevil of Zdarsky and Checchetto
In the course of his editorial life, Daredevil is confronted with some of the fighters in the most brutal, capable and powerful of the Marvel universe. Then, the blind vigilante-lawyer knows how to collect and always find a way to get back on their feet. What happens, though, when it suffers a wound which shattered both his body and his will? As you recomposed? And it can still be the same Man Without Fear, who was it?
These are some of the major issues of the writer Chip Zdarsky and his brand-new series of Daredevil, together with the Italian artist Marco Checchetto, who will commence in February. The narrative arc of the opening will face the fallout of the recent conclusion of the cycle of the Soule, “Death of Daredevil, where Matt Murdock has suffered a nearly mortal, who has made him re-examine the motivations of being a Daredevil.
The two aitori, Zdarsky, and Checchetto, spoke exclusively with the news portal of the american CBR their plans for Daredevil, as the arch-nemesis of Matt Murdock, Wilson Fisk, figure in those plans and their love for the Marvel heroes urban.
CBR: Chip, you're on the move Spider-Man, Daredevil, and one of my your more recent works that I prefer the miniseries to Star-Lord that led Peter Quill lower, to the level of the road. This suggests to me that you have an affinity with the vigilant urban Marvel of Manhattan. What is it that makes these characters so appealing to write?
Chip Zdarsky: their humanity. Daredevil, in particular, proves to be a character that you can explore more through the lens of the reality of the Fantastic Four, say, or even Spider-Man. I find that it is the most human and complex of Marvel characters.
CBR: Mark, I discovered and became a fan thanks to the work that you did with Punisher and Daredevil years ago. In the last few years you have been engaged in work background in sci-fi such as Star Wars, and you have also worked with the genre of post-apocalyptic/dystopian with Old Man Hawkeye. Then, as you return to a comic book urban as Daredevil?
Marco Checchetto: Thank you very much. I am very happy. The characters of urban as Spider-Man, Daredevil, and Punisher are my favorites to draw. Drawing these characters makes me forget that it is a job, even if my approach is still professional. I know them very well, I have my run favorite and I have a very clear idea of how I would like to draw these heroes.
CBR: your run starts with Daredevil in recovery from the brutal experience of almost-death and reflects on some of the issues of the cyclical nature of what makes. What does it mean for your approach to the character? What type of opportunities of narration gave to your predecessor, Charles Soule, ending his run in with “The Death of Daredevil”?
C. Z.: Charles left him quite to pieces physically, while Jed [MacKay, author of the miniseries Man Without Fear] has reported on and, in the course of the Man Without Fear, there are repercussions on what he has just experienced.
I had lunch with Charles at the beginning of the planning, and I made a joke on the fact of how the previous writers of Daredevil have always tried to cheat the writers coming up with the cliffhangers. In that moment told me that he was “killing” Daredevil, and I immediately regretted having made such a remark.
CBR: Daredevil can be dark, moody and brooding, but also has a side defiant where clearly loves what he does. We will see that side of him in your run? What is your perspective on the character when you dive with him?
C. Z.: it Is as if he had been in a cage for weeks, but it is ready to be released?
We will focus a lot on what the violence does to a person, a world, and as Matt reconciles that with her beliefs. It is incredibly complicated, and I'm doing my best to take a dip in his psyche.
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