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Unlimited Highlights: Daredevil vs. Bullseye

Relive some of the best and most brutal moments from Daredevil and Bullseye's long rivalry

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By Ben Chabala

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This week, in honor of Bullseye's latest attempt to off the Hell's Kitchen Hellion in DARK REIGN: THE LIST - DAREDEVIL #1, we've put the spotlight on some of the duo's most brutal battles.

DAREDEVIL (1963) #131

DAREDEVIL (1963) #131
Witness the beginning of one of the most violent, deranged, and tragic rivalries in the Marvel Universe: it's Bullseye vs. Daredevil for the very first time! While inspecting a decrepit apartment building on behalf of one of his clients, Matt Murdock's hyper-acute hearing picks up a radio broadcast describing a "bizarre murder." After a quick costume change, Daredevil swings out to investigate, unaware that the criminal responsible will become his most dogged and dangerous enemy. The horned one's going to need all his super senses if he hopes to stand any chance against the uncanny accuracy of Bullseye, the world's deadliest assassin. This is where it all starts Marvelites, so check it out now!

DAREDEVIL (1963) #169

DAREDEVIL (1963) #169
One Daredevil's enough to drive most criminals up the wall, but what happens when an already psychotic killer starts seeing dozens of them? Why you get a story that could only be written by legendary DD scribe Frank Miller, that's what! Bullseye's loose in Manhattan with a brain tumor slowly eating away at what little sanity the master assassin has left. Everywhere he looks he sees the Man Without Fear and unless the real Daredevil can stop him, Bullseye's kill count may reach astronomic proportions! It's an epic showdown as only Frank Miller can tell it, so be sure to check it out.

DAREDEVIL (1998) #5

DAREDEVIL (1998) #5
What starts off as a simple meeting with Doctor Strange soon spirals out of control for the Man Without Fear. The good doctor purges Daredevil's system of a treacherously debilitating time-release toxin, but nothing the mighty magician does could prepare Daredevil for what's to come: a showdown with Bullseye where not everyone makes it out alive. Writer Kevin Smith and artist Joe Quesada's critically acclaimed run hits harder than Daredevil himself so what are you waiting for? Get reading!

 

 

DAREDEVIL (1998) #49

DAREDEVIL (1998) #49
Bullseye has killed two of Matt Murdock's greatest loves and now he's got his sights set on number three, Milla Donovan. But just before the uncannily accurate villain can deliver the killing blow, Daredevil swings to the rescue. It's the Man Without Fear vs. Bullseye in a showdown unlike any other, because this time Daredevil's not holding back. The crack team of Brian Michael Bendis and Alex Maleev treat you to a battle that you simply need to see to believe. Will Daredevil force his psychotic nemesis to submit or will Bullseye manage to finally finish his crimson-clad foe?

 

BULLSEYE: GREATEST HITS #4

BULLSEYE: GREATEST HITS #4
So you think you know Bullseye? Think again. While incarcerated for stealing some nuclear missiles, the world's deadliest hitman-for-hire decides to tell his interrogator, Agent Baldry, a little bit about his past...or does he? Claiming to have worked for the N.S.A. to ensure the Kingpin could control the new breed of super villain hitting the crime scene, Bullseye seems to be telling the agent a whole new story, including a different twist on his fatal meeting with Elektra. But Bulseye's playing his own game and it won't be long until Agent Baldry finds out what that is!

 

 

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