Marvel Targets Bullseye Series in February 2017


EDITOR'S NOTE: An earlier version of this story had the series described as ongoing. Marvel Comics has since amended this information.

Marvel Comics' growing Daredevil universe of books keeps getting bigger, as Bullseye joins Elektra and Kingpin as the star of his own series.

Debuting in February 2017, "Bullseye" will be written by Ed Brisson and feature art by Guillermo Sanna. The title will focus on the unrepentant killer attempting to maintain the balance between psychotic murderer and a cool and collected assassin while doing what he does best - killing anyone who happens to cross his path.

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"[The series] won’t change the Bullseye we see," Brisson told Marvel.com. "He’s always going to be that same crazy dude who’s out to kill and isn’t going to be bothered about who’s in his way. We’re going to see a man who walks that balance between the two sides well. There is always going to be a very specific method to his madness."

Though the title begins with Bullseye out of the country "on a suicide mission," as always, all roads in his life lead to Hell's Kitchen and Matt Murdock. To that end, Brisson assures Marvel.com that he's been working with "Daredevil" writer Charles Soule to ensure their plans meld together smoothly, though the series' initial plans call for some minor DD characters to play a role rather than the Man Without Fear himself.

"Bullseye" #1, by Ed Brisson and Guillermo Sanna, with a cover by Dave Johnson, arrives in February 2017.

"Bullseye" #1 cover art by Dave Johnson
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