ByJo-Jo Hurford-Reynolds, writer at
Though I have not read as many comics as I should have, I am a huge fan of most things nerdy. Particularly superheroes. I have always found
Jo-Jo Hurford-Reynolds

Recently I finished watching Daredevil on Netflix, (great series by the way, I would highly recommend it). As I finished watching, I attempted to continue watching Marvel's [Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.](series:722469), (not as great, but Inhumans). As I watched the two of them I realized a particularly simple way that Marvel could help transition to Civil War.

There may be spoilers as I write, so please be aware.

Here's my theory. Agents of SHIELD has recently been talking a lot about super-powered individuals, and how they are put on an index, and not treated too well. If my memory serves me write, the main spark that triggers Civil War is a law to make super-powered individuals register so that they can be watched by the government, (forgive me if I am wrong, I am not an expert on most comics).

How does that tie in with [Daredevil](movie:47230) though? Well, we all know that Daredevil is within the MCU and therefore is affected by most things that happen in it. At the end of the series, he is titled "Daredevil" and his existence is revealed to the public. It sounds to me like people would want to investigate that. Now, who would be qualified to investigate a new, possibly super-powered vigilante. SHIELD.

Though I would personally not be happy with a crossover with the two shows, it would be an easy way to show how the policy that is brought about in Civil War, can affect the good guy hugely. An argument over what to do with Daredevil while trying to find him can arise, causing conflict within SHIELD. It may not make its way to [The Avengers](movie:9040), but we all know that a situation like this would be like a free trailer of a small scale Civil War, and put everyone in the correct mindset for when it comes in 2016.

Thank you for reading, please comment on things I can improve.


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