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Daredevil vs. Bullseye: A History of Their Classic Rivalry

The tumor was successfully removed and, of course, Bullseye went right back to killing. In a notable storyline called "Gangwar," the other mob bosses in New York City aligned to take down Wilson Fisk, the so-called Kingpin of Crime. They hired Bullseye to kill Fisk...

Ultimately, however, Bullseye was wooed away by Fisk to go work for him instead...

However, Daredevil was naturally irate that his act of kindness was "repaid" by Bullseye continuing his killing spree, so Daredevil and Bullseye fought each other man-to-man and Daredevil won in the end, embarrassing Bullseye in front of his new employer...

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Kingpin decided to replace the disgraced killer with a new chief assassin, Elektra, the former lover of Daredevil!

After escaping from prison, Bullseye hunted Elektra down and manage to out duel in her a battle to the death, killing her with her own sai...

An enraged Daredevil hunted Bullseye down. The two had a chase throughout the rooftops of New York City, with Bullseye desperately trying to avoid the vengeance-seeking hero. Ultimately, though, after Bullseye slipped on a battle along some telephone wires, Daredevil still tried to save Bullseye's life. The assassin, though, refused to be saved again by Daredevil and tried to stab Daredevil, causing the hero to let him drop (or was Daredevil going to let him drop anyways? It's a fascinating question)...

In the final issue of Miller's legendary run, Daredevil #191, Daredevil visits the now-paralyzed Bullseye in a prison hospital and plays a game of Russian Roulette with the villain...

At the end of the issue, after the previous five clicks went without incident, the last "turn" was left for Bullseye. Daredevil pointed the gun at Bullseye's forehead and pulled the trigger and revealed that the gun had no bullets in it. However, while this ostensibly spared Bullseye's life, it still was a special kind of torture and it was something that the assassin never forgot.

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