8 Mind-Blowing Facts You Didn't Know About Bullseye

Daredevil’s Most Dangerous Villain Is WAAAAAY Crazier Than You Would Think.

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Despite having no superpowers, Daredevil’s nemesis, Bullseye can turn any object into a lethal projectile. The first time he realized he had a gift for hurling objects with lethal force was when he decapitated a bird with a yo-yo.

As the years went by, he became a mercenary and the personal assassin of the Kingpin. However, Bullseye is best-known for being “The Man Who Never Misses.” Unfortunately, he lost this title after he failed to kill Daredevil. With his reputation tarnished, Bullseye has been obsessed with The Man Without Fear ever since.

What makes him even scarier is his motivation – He is not one of the typical supervillains who desires money or power. He just enjoys killing. That’s it. There is nothing he loves more than ending a person's life. He has murdered women, children, nuns, priests; there is no one who is off-limits to him. He is beyond reason or rationality. Once he is coming for you, almost nothing on Earth can save you.

But for all that Daredevil’s most dangerous and enigmatic villain is certainly more prominent than his other enemies, there are still things that fans may not know about him. He's been through plenty since his first appearance in 1976, and he isn't as simple as fans may think...


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