It's mass bloodshed at TEODOR ZARCO's compound, and S.H.I.E.L.D. is claiming jurisdiction! Marvel Comics' Bullseye #5 Ed Brisson & Guillermo Sanna.
JOY wants the joy of killing Bullseye all to herself! He's got it all under control…right? Marvel Comics' Bullseye #4 by Ed Brisson & Guillermo Sanna.
The Devil of Hell's Kitchen better be careful, because we're counting down Daredevil's 15 deadliest villains of all time!
Sometimes, all it takes is one shot. No, we’re not talking about the best one-off issues in comics history, but the greatest sharpshooters in Marvel!
The Black Knife cartel is coming for BULLSEYE…which is exactly what he wanted! Marvel Comics' Bullseye #3 by Ed Brisson & Guillermo Sanna.
Rescuing a mobster's son from a drug cartel isn't easy…Bullseye just makes it look that way! Marvel's Bullseye #2 by Ed Brisson & Guillermo Sanna.
Bullseye is headlining his own title for the first time, but he's got a long, dark past behind him. Here are 17 things you should know about Daredevil's fiercest foe.
What does the world's greatest assassin do for fun? Marvel Comics' Bullseye #1 by Ed Brisson, Marv Wolfman, Guillermo Sanna & Alec Morgan.
It’s time to show the world that they should still fear Bullseye! Marvel's Bullseye #1 by Ed Brisson, Marv Wolfman, Guillermo Sanna & Alec Morgan.
Marv Wolfman will team with artist Alec Morgan for an all-new story about Daredevil's deadliest enemy.
Ed Brisson takes aim at Bullseye, where the title character embarks on an international killing spree against a Colombian Drug Cartel.
New Kingpin, Bullseye and Elektra numbers ones to spin out of February's "Daredevil" #17 as Marvel's street-level superstars go "Running with the Devil."
Ed Brisson and Guillermo Sanna give Daredevil's most dangerous and psychotic enemy his first series.
When asked which character he'd like to see appear on "Daredevil," star Charlie Cox professed his love for Bullseye.
Concept artist Warren Manser has posted designs for Bullseye, Elektra and Daredevil created for 2003's Daredevil.
Here are the comic book stories that could find their way to television.
"PunisherMAX" returns from its hiatus with next week's release of issue #10, the penultimate issue of the current arc. We spoke with writer Jason Aaron about "Bullseye" and the next arc, a story simply titled "Frank."
The assassin Bullseye is known for his wicked throwing arm and in "Bullseye: Perfect Game," he'll give it a workout as he infiltrates the world of Major League Baseball. Charlie Huston spoke with us about the book.