Daredevil season 3: Who is Bullseye and how does he fit in?

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How Bullseye fits into the “Born Again” storyline?

Frank Miller’s written a lot of classic tales. He’s written Sin CityBatman: The Dark Knight, and Dark Knight Returns. Among his classics is series of Daredevil comics. One series took Matt Murdock down in a way that hasn’t been seen often.

Karen Page sells Daredevil’s secret identity for a heroin fix. Fisk gets this information and does his best to tear Matt down. He had Matt’s assets frozen, got a cop to testify that Matt bribed him, and had his house blown up. Matt ended up penniless, homeless, disbarred, and without any friends. If that wasn’t enough, Matt goes after Wilson Fisk and gets beat down bad.

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With Defenders ending with like a scene from Born Again it’s likely that season three of Daredevil will have ties to this story arc. Bullseye may not have been in this series, but that doesn’t mean he can’t be used. As I said earlier, Bullseye is responsible for Karen Page’s death. An easy way to get Daredevil back to New York is by killing Karen. Bullseye could be hired to kill Karen to draw him out. Instead of Wilson Fisk beating him down it could be Bullseye.