Bullseye: Perfect Game #2

    Bullseye: Perfect Game » Bullseye: Perfect Game #2 - Part 2 released by Marvel Knights on February 2011.

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    Part 2 last edited by pikahyper on 11/15/18 09:53AM View full history

    A diehard baseball fan exposes hidden truths about a Major League pitcher who once went by "Matt Hobson". See how Bullseye's short-lived career as a baseball player lays the groundwork for how he "plays" as an assassin!

    For a year, Bullseye – the world’s greatest assassin – simply vanished without a trace. Funny thing is, he was hiding in plain sight there in the glare of the white hot lights, a lanky stranger with the rubber arm, throwing heat that could take off a man’s head. See, every man needs a challenge, a moment when he faces impossible odds, when looks deep inside himself and sees what he’s really made of. Bullseye’s next pitch is one for the history books.



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    One of my most favorite things within the Marvel Universe is none other than the somewhat “mysterious” villain known as Bullseye. However I’m convinced that the term “mysterious” it’s just a writer’s brain fart that never produced properly when handling a character like Bullseye. Seriously, it’s not hard coming up with a detailed story that slightly exposes the TRUE origin of our beloved cold-blooded assassin. But for some reason this two-part short story never focused on the main character at ...

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