"I think Bullseye views the world as his playground and his targets as nothing more than that — targets, playthings. He doesn’t see them as people and generally has zero compassion. Even when/if he recognizes his targets as people, it’s only so that he can learn about them and, for special cases, completely destroy their lives before killing them. We’ve seen that side of him before in “Bullseye: The Perfect Game” and he attempted the same on Daredevil a couple years back.
In this series, though, he’s out to kill, to inflict maximum damage. And while he’s picking off targets left and right, we don’t forget that these are people. They have lives, family, jobs. So, Bullseye might kill someone and not think about it again, there’s a network around each victim who are affected deeply by his actions. That will play into this arc fairly heavily."
- Ed Brisson( Read more... )