The answer to the question “What’s going on in Daredevil comics?” is almost always pain and suffering of some sort for the Man Without Fear. All of the best Daredevil comics put Matt Murdock through the wringer, and all that trauma has become the defining feature of his character. More importantly, its given him the strength to get back on his feet again and again.
Even though he’s been down and out before in his most classic Daredevil sagas, the last decade has been particularly unkind to Matt Murdock. He’s been publicly exposed, he's had countless personal relationships destroyed, and he even did a stint in prison. Meanwhile, some of his worst enemies have had a great 10 years - Kingpin is the mayor of New York City, and Bullseye’s got an entire team of clones at his back.
Fortunately, overcoming dire circumstances and overwhelming odds is old hat for Daredevil. And thankfully, the last decade has also gifted him another Daredevil to back him up.
Daredevil Went Public, But The Purple Man’s Children Erased All Knowledge Of His Secret Identity, Giving Him A New Lease On Life
Wilson Fisk Was Elected Mayor Of New York City
Matt Murdock Established A Legal Precedent That Superheroes Could Be Tried As Their Masked Identity, Instead Of Their Secret One
Matt Murdock Became Fisk’s Deputy Mayor, And Later Filled In As Mayor When The Kingpin Was Injured
Daredevil Briefly Wielded The All-Seeing Power Of Heimdall During ‘The War of the Realms’
Through The Power Of The Inhumans And Norse Magic, Matt’s Imaginary Twin Brother Mike Murdock Became A Real Person