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“BULLSEYE,” PART ONE They say he’s the deadliest assassin the world has ever known. They say that once he sets his sights on someone, he never misses, no matter what he has to go through to get them. Though his methods may seem unorthodox, even insane, they say he’s never failed to kill a single target. No one knows where he comes from or why he does it. No one knows his name. They all just call him Bullseye. And now he’s come to New York City, with his sights set on Frank Castle. Let the hunt begin. If you thought our new MAX version of Kingpin was intense, you ain’t seen nothing yet.


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  1. Be interesting to see how, if any, Aaron changes Bullseye.

    Hopefully this will still be good. Not that it hasn’t but it certainly stayed in a groove the last couple of issues.

  2. As long as he does to Bullseye what he’s done to the other characters, we should be in for a treat!

  3. Last issue was amazing. The Kingpin is cold.

  4. I’m hoping for even more fucked up

  5. this book just keeps getting better


  6. Ihope this team stays for a long long time.

  7. I was never that big of a Punisher reader so there shouldn’t be anything in here that I feel has already been used up a million times.  I’m down just cuz of the creative team.

  8. I love Steve Dillon but I think this book would benefit from a different artist

  9. Forgot to mention how amazing that Johnson cover is. How did he not get nominated for an Eisner this year?

  10. @TNC – Yeah he is an amazing artist. My inclination is that he will get nominated in the coming years and win a bunch.

  11. The creative team on this are killing it. The brilliant David Johnson covers are the icing on the pick.

  12. Great cover (except for the giant dildo on top of Frank’s head)

  13. That would be a punishing dildo in real life. Not that I have any experience with dildos. None whatsoever.

  14. This series is close for me to drop if I’m honest.

    It’s boring, very easy to tell what’s gonna happen, and the take on each character is generic. Seriously Aaron brought in the established ‘old man’ to talk to Castle? Weak.

    Giving this one more issue and if it does nothing for me then out it goes. 

  15. This was fun, I’m always up for some Bullseye. Aaron seems to write him well, so I’m definitely going to enjoy this arc. It’s interesting that someone brings up Castle’s age at the time, it’s something that I’m glad that sort-of surfaced during the Ennis run (in the art, at least). Unlike the rest of the Marvel U, Frank  seems to age in real time, so it’s cool to see that factor into here. I think I’m going to enjoy this arc.

  16. I liked the scene with the toothpick.  Aaron showing us that this is not some ridiculous take on Bullseye.

  17. No, he just poops out a little gun while a bunch of dudes are watching him…

  18. I really enjoyed this but yet again I feel Dillon’s art is doing a diservice to Aaron’s script. I think that biggest problem is that Dillon already did an established and prolific Punisher run that was a very different take on the character and this take doesn’t suite his art.

  19. the poop humor in this is not the tone i want in a punisher book

  20. I understand the bag with the gun in it should probably have some poop on it, but does it have to be dripping? What the hell is this guy eating???

  21. Fuckin sold out at my local store..have to ebay it

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