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Home Production Notes Daredevil: End of Days

Wordballoon Podcast (December 28, 2007)
While promoting his interview with Brian Michael Bendis, Wordballoon podcast host John Siuntres reported: "Daredevil: End Of Days has been delayed due to artists David Mack and Klaus Janson getting other front burner projects that have to take priority, but work continues on the DD story. 'I've seen pages and they're gorgeous,' [said Mr. Bendis]." (August 24, 2007) talked with David Mack about Daredevil: End of Days. (April 24, 2007)
Brian Michael Bendis talked about working with David Mack on Daredevil: End of Days during an interview with

Fanboy Radio (March 29, 2007)
During Fanboy Radio 379, Bill Sienkiewicz mentioned David Mack while talking about Daredevil: End of Days (22m:40s).

Brian Michael Bendis (February 26, 2007)
During an interview with, Brian Michael Bendis stated that Daredevil: End of Days will be "at least six issues," the first two issues will be double-sized and the first issue will feature a variant cover by David Mack. (February 26, 2007)
Below is an excerpt from about Brian Michael Bendis and David Mack's upcoming Marvel project, Daredevil - End of Days:
Bendis, Sienkewicz, Janson, Mack and Maleev team up to tell the last Daredevil tale

The word is out: Marvel Comics is poised to reveal the final chapter in the story of the Man Without Fear.

"This isn't just a 'What If'," points out writer Brian Michael Bendis. "This IS how the story of Daredevil WILL end."

DAREDEVIL: END OF DAYS is set to rock both the crimson-clad hero's world as well as his legion of fans. The story drives a serious one-two punch to the gut, weaving multiple elements of Daredevil's life and career into an apocalyptic adventure that cannot be missed.

The creative team on DAREDEVIL: END OF DAYS is one for the record books. Writer Brian Michael Bendis and writer/artist David Mack reunite on the character for perhaps what may prove to be both Matt Murdock's and their finest hour. Bendis and Mack have handled the Man Without Fear's adventures both singly and as a team, and END OF DAYS will mark another exciting collaboration for the two friends. Visuals will be delivered by legendary artists Klaus Janson, Bill Sienkewicz and Alex Maleev.

Bendis first swung through the dark, foreboding world of Daredevil in 2001 and was soon garnering comparisons to Frank Miller's legendary run of the 1980s. This culminated in two Eisner Awards for the writer in 2003. Mack's creator-owned "Kabuki" series led him to put his own personal and well-received stamp on Daredevil, with storylines like "Parts of a Hole" and "Echo: Vision Quest."

Mack puts a not-to-subtle point on what makes the event tick for him. "I get to return to writing a character that I read and loved as a kid. My first work for Marvel was as the writer for DAREDEVIL and it's a joy to return to this character that I have such love and passion for."

"I also get to collaborate with some of the best creators in comics," Mack continues. "Creators that have brought so much magic to the history of Daredevil. And if that wasn't already a dream come true, the energy on this project between us all is incredible. The absolute excitement that these creators are bringing to END OF DAYS is electric and they are really putting everything into it. They are performing at the top of their game."

Mack's writing partner Bendis also has a point to stress about the book's mechanics. "Let's not forget to shine a spotlight on David Mack's return to mainstream comics with END OF DAYS. I'm thrilled to be part of it. David and I have been working together since, literally, our first day in comics. This is a really big deal for us, and like those early days, this project has brought out the best in each other."

The site also noted that a release date is not yet available and posted a David Mack painting that will be released as a variant cover.

Lying in the Gutters (February 6, 2007)
From the rumor column Lying in the Gutters:
I'm told one of the creators Bendis and Mack will be working with on their top secret Daredevil project is Bill Sienkiewicz. Bill last worked with Bendis on "Ultimate Marvel Team Up," I believe.

Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada (January 29, 2007)
Newsarama: Youíre a frequent guest at Fanboy Radio, and this past week our mutual friends over there got Brian Bendis and David Mack to hint at a "special" Daredevil project theyíre co-writing, featuring several big name artists from the past, if we remember/interpreted that part correctly. Can you add anything to what thatís all about?

Marvel Editor-in-Chief Joe Quesada: What I can add to the conversation is that this will be an announcement at the New York Comic Con in late February.

David Mack & Brian Michael Bendis (January 21, 2007)
During episode 364 of Fanboy Radio, David Mack announced with Brian Michael Bendis that they are writing a Daredevil story that will feature artwork by "three legendary artists."

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