Of course, the two different portrayals will be heavily influenced by the mediums they were designed for; a 13-episode TV show has a lot more time to explore characters than a 2-hour-13-minute movie.

Victims punctured with playing cards, pierced with paper clips, and penetrated by ninja weapons. There isn't enough room in New York City for two Daredevils and Wilson Fisk puts an end to the imposter he created in Daredevil Season 3. I admit, this is where I get nerdy. Murdock is having none of it and confronts Bullseye.

Be warned though, as we travel back and find these greatest Bullseye stories, the journey is littered with the corpses of men and women (and thus, potential spoilers) who crossed Bullseye.

This version of Bullseye becomes obsessed with Daredevil because the Kingpin gets him to dress up as him in order to carry out his kills.

In contrast, the Bullseye of Daredevil season 3 is presented as a well-rounded character in his own right: a borderline personality who had worked for years to overcome his mental illness using medication, psychiatric help, and rigid structure. As part of that plan, Kingpin releases a mental patient from an asylum, and dresses him up like Daredevil, with the mission to kill Foggy Nelson.

Matt was already concerned in Season 3 that he couldn't defeat Dex on his own and with a super metal spine, Bulleye's aim could be even deadlier.

Fox spent the next few years attempting to get the Daredevil franchise going again, with Joe Carnahan expressing interest in taking over.

Still believed to be dead, he abandons his friends, Foggy and Karen, and shuns his Matt Murdock identity. Inside why the show went in that direction.

In the comics, he doesn’t have a definitive origin story, but has gone by the alias “Benjamin Poindexter,” which allows season three’s writers creative freedom to frame an origin that befits the show’s current plot. Spoilers for all of Daredevil Season 3 follow. All rights reserved. So this comic connection of Bullseye with a broken back promising vengeance is particularly ominous for Daredevil. A graduate of Edge Hill University in the United Kingdom, Tom is still strongly connected with his alma mater; in fact, in his spare time he's a voluntary chaplain there. The surgery in the series hints that Bullseye will have some sort of power beyond his natural abilities. The coming of Bullseye to Netflix could mean horrible things for one Karen Page.

So Bullseye could very well be a supervillain when he inevitably battles Matt in future seasons.

Previously, he's written entertainment news and articles for Movie Pilot. It was a watershed moment as the seemingly unstoppable Elektra was systematically dismantled and murdered by Bullseye and became one of the first truly unforgettable Marvel moment of the 1980s. Damn. Especially if Fisk is unreachable in a jail cell. He's heavily involved with his local church, and anyone who checks him out on Twitter will quickly learn that he's interested in British politics as well. In one key scene, Daredevil only survives because of the intervention of Karen Page, the woman he'd arrived on the scene to rescue.

note: This post contains mild spoilers for the first six episodes of Daredevil season three.]. In Born Again, the Avengers make a guest appearance in the story. He's jealous because she has taken over from him as Kingpin's number one assassin. I want to see a brighter red, more comics-accurate costume with Matt’s classic double-D emblem emblazoned his his chest, along with expandable, grappling hook baton. I really love what I’ve seen so far in the first six episodes. Unfortunately the studio swiftly realized that his idea would take too long to produce, and in April 2013 Kevin Feige confirmed that Daredevil's rights had finally returned to Marvel.