Bullseye is one of Marvel Comics' more notable villains, with his skill being that he can turn anything into a lethal weapon. He is regarded as a formidable enemy to Daredevil and has one of the highest body counts in all of Marvel villain history.
He is a skilled assassin turned supervillain and has been a key figure in Daredevil and Marvel canon since 1976, with a tendency to murder anyone that causes him a minor inconvenience.
The most intense thing about Bullseye is that whatever situation he is in, wherever he is, he is always around five seconds away from potentially killing everyone around him, as his natural aptitude for murder makes him the MacGyver of Marvel Comics.
As the most prolific killer in Daredevil's lore, it is to be expected that he can make use of any item to murder and he has had his fair share of ridiculous weapons. Although these can appear odd at times, these weapon choices are always efficient and they tend to get the job done.
Of course, when someone has used so many different weapons there ought to be a way of distinguishing which is the most ridiculous of them all...
10. Playing Card
One of Bullseye's weapons of choice has been a playing card, which he used to bring about the death of Elektra. Daredevil's on-and-off lover, Elektra Natchios has been represented as a key figure in Matt Murdock's life and she has been used as a character that personifies certain aspects of Murdock's own personality that he wishes to hide.
The headlining frame that is displayed time and time again is the panel of Lester ending Elektra's life with her own sai, which takes away some of the emphasis on this kill. However, Bullseye had already completed his job by forcing a playing card into her neck.
The brutality of this murder was reflected in Daredevil's reaction. In the following fight after Elektra's passing, Murdock allowed Bullseye to fall and shatter his spine, which left him paralysed. Any remorse left in Daredevil was clearly gone, which denotes just how talented and severe this kill was.