- Feeling guilty about Blindspot’s fate after the last arc, Matt puts out a hit on himself to lure in the only person who might have a means to help his protege.
- This also leads Daredevil back to church, where a priest with a surprising approach to outreach in his parish puts Matt on the path to understanding why he does what he does.
- And Matt reveals how he managed to un-ring the bell that is his secret identity (and no, it wasn’t Mephisto).
- Soule has done a great job with Daredevil so far, but this arc defines what his version of the character is and what this run is about; as far as theses go, it’s an exciting one.
- Sudžuka, Garney, Laming, Milla, and Mrva’s art leverages and strengthens the book’s jumps in time, location, and reality, leaning into different color palettes and styles with each new setting.
- Daredevil, Vol. 4: Identity
Writer: Charles Soule | Artists: Goran Sudžuka (15-16), Ron Garney (17-18, 20), Marc Laming (19) | Colorists: Matt Mila with Miroslav Mrva (19) | Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles | Covers: Dan Panosian (15-16, 19), Ron Garney & Matt Milla (17-18), Mike Deodato, Jr and Frank Martin (20) | Assistant Editor: Chris Robinson | Associate Editor: Mark Basso | Editor; Mark Paniccia