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IGN: Bullseye #1 Review

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It's a big month for Daredevil's rogues gallery, as Bullseye, Elektra and Kingpin are all receiving solo books of their own. Bullseye is first out of the gate, which may wind up proving problematic for the other two series. Bullseye #1 sets a high standard that's going to be difficult for the others to match.

It's always possible that there's a way to make Bullseye the protagonist of a story and actually attempt to humanize the character, but I doubt it. Luckily, writer Ed Brisson doesn't even try that approach. His Bullseye is an unrepentant killer, one who's itchy to get back out in the field and remind the world why he's the deadliest assassin there is. It's a pretty straightforward approach, but one that's executed well. Brisson ensures that Bullseye is equal parts charismatic and terrifying. It's not unlike if Robert Kirkman were to pen a Walking Dead spinoff with Negan as the star. He may be unrepentant and twisted, but Bullseye is just a fun character to follow.

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