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Here's Every Object Bullseye Throws In Daredevil Season 3

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Warning: SPOILERS ahead for Daredevil season 3

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Daredevil season 3 villain Bullseye has a unique and dangerous skill: he can throw objects with such speed and accuracy that virtually any nearby projectile can become a deadly weapon. Agent Benjamin "Dex" Poindexter has been dealing with rage issues ever since he was a child, and killed his coach with a baseball as revenge for putting him on the bench.

When we first meet him in Marvel's Netflix show, Dex is a highly competent (if somewhat unscrupulous) FBI agent who "heroically" rescues Wilson Fisk. Over the course of the show, however, Fisk picks away at Dex's emotional armor and support structures in order to turn him into the Kingpin's own personal assassin - one who can discredit Daredevil by killing people while wearing his armor.

Related: Daredevil Season 3 New Cast & Character Guide

Bullseye's abilities can make for some pretty entertaining fight scenes. In the 2003 Daredevil film, Colin Farrell's Bullseye killed a man in a bar by throwing paperclips into his throat, and silenced an overly chatty elderly woman on a flight by flicking a peanut into the seat back, causing it to ricochet and get stuck in her throat. Not to be outdone, Wilson Bethel's Bullseye in Daredevil season 3 makes weapons out of everything from his own disassembled gun to the Holy Bible, as his battles with Daredevil force him to get creative.

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Just for fun, we decided to keep track of every single object that Bullseye throws in Daredevil season 3, and you can check out the full list below. Objects that Bullseye successfully kills someone with are marked in bold:

  • A gun magazine
  • A gun
  • A baseball
  • Plates
  • A kitchen knife
  • Wilson Fisk's breakfast
  • Daredevil's baton
  • A stapler
  • A fire extinguisher
  • Pens
  • Pencils
  • Scissors
  • A hole punch
  • A computer monitor
  • A small trash can
  • A snow globe
  • Chandelier crystals
  • The Bible
  • Votive candles
  • A statue
  • Rosary beads
  • A collection plate
  • Beer bottles
  • A microphone
  • Dinner knives and forks
  • Decorative bowls
  • Daredevil
  • Broken glass shards

It just goes to show that hours upon hours of solo throwing and catching practice in childhood can really pay off in later life! Bullseye eventually gets taken out by Wilson Fisk, who slams him into a wall and breaks his back in a recreation of a classic comic book moment. However, in Daredevil season 3's finale stinger we see Bullseye being operated on by Dr. Omaya, and his eye opens to reveal a bullseye - obviously teasing a return for Dex. Hopefully Bullseye will be back to throw more new and exciting things in Daredevil season 4.

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