In season 2 of Daredevil, Marvel's best crime-fighting attorney went to war with The Hand. After one crossover series and a little help from friends, all of that got sorted.
Happy days. Now things get serious.
If Season 3 centred solely around a vengeful Wilson Fisk, then times would be turbulent enough. But with direct confirmation of Bullseye's entrance into the new series, knowledgable fans may be tempted to grab their TV screens and shout "look out!" to the hapless Devil of Hell's Kitchen.
Bullseye is a Marvel villain of extreme nastiness. There is no drive for power, no misguided moral compass - there is only an insatiable passion for violence and death, and a stalker-like fixation for various individuals. Final nail in the coffin? He's an insanely tough enemy to defeat. In fact he rarely gets defeated at all.
In the comics, Matt Murdock took the brunt of Bullseye's villainy. Now the Murdock of Netflix fame is about to suffer the same ordeal, it's unclear what elements Daredevil Season 3 will borrow from the comics and how the character's many unpleasantries will manifest. Here's what you need to know.