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But some of Daredevil's greatest adventures happen when he's not even wearing spandex, when instead he must navigate the obstacles and tragedies of life that even superpowers cannot fix. The information ends up in the hands of Wilson Fisk, aka the Kingpin, who has long sought a means to end the ongoing obstacle of Daredevil. Fisk soon realizes to his chagrin a man with nothing left to lose is also a man without fear. The resulting throw down between Bullseye and Murdock stands the test of time, and this comic remains a seminal moment in the history of both characters.
Murdock plays a game of Russian roulette with Bullseye, coldly taunting the helpless killer by repeatedly putting the.
The Punisher and Daredevil go toe-to-toe over the fate of Manhattan drug dealer Peter Grunter, known on the street as Hogman. In the process of defending the young man, Matt Murdock is forced to believe Hogman is not guilty of killing his partner.
Bullseye and Daredevil had another epic battle in issue from As documented on the website Major Spoilers, the Punisher tells Bullseye while in jail that Kingpin has found a new top assassin — Daredevil's complicated love interest Elektra. Bullseye escapes and kills Elektra while she's on a hit to kill Foggy.
Elektra dies in Matt's arms and Bullseye makes the connection that Matt and Daredevil are one in the same. He reports this news to his boss Kingpin, but Fisk doesn't believe him and orders Bullseye to bring him Daredevil's body. When Bullseye and Daredevil fight, Matt seemingly allows Bullseye to fall to his death. But Bullseye survives with a broken back and even more hatred for Daredevil. In the Marvel Knights version of the comics from , Bullseye attacks the church where Sister Maggie is working.
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Sister Maggie is a new character in Season 3, who was teased at the end of The Defenders. But in an interview with Screen Rant, showrunner Oleson said he was inspired by the Born Again and Guardian Devil installments of the comics.
As CBR. And Screen Rant stated how the Guardian Devil connection should make fans a little nervous since that's the comic where Bullseye kills Karen. Oleson and Bethel spoke to Bustle ahead of the Daredevil Season 3 premiere about Bullseye's origins in the comics.
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The Comic Vine profile on Bullseye does offer some additional backstories on the villain. One story is that Bullseye and his brother attempted to kill their abusive father in a house fire and were sent to foster care. Another is that Bullseye was a talented baseball player , as the blog The Baseball Continuum outlined.
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So Oleson could have drawn from these comic stories to inform his version of Bullseye. No matter how much Daredevil Season 3 takes from the comics when it comes to Bullseye, this villain is going to be bad news for Daredevil.