Daredevil #111 (1998),
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by Ed Brubaker
Penciled by CLAY MANN
Cover by MARKO DJURDJEVIC
Be there when Matt Murdock first encounters a shocking new face -- Lady Bullseye! Who is she? Where did she come from? What does she want? And will she be a foe to Daredevil…or a friend? We can’t make a peep yet, but it’s the perfect jumping-on point as an alarming new chapter begins in the acclaimed DAREDEVIL run by Ed Brubaker and Michael Lark! LADY BULLSEYE!!
Date Available: 09/24/2008
BONUS REVIEW by JOHN ROBINSON
Marvel introduces Lady Bullseye in this issue, since BULLSEYE GIRL or BULLSEYE WOMAN sounds stupid. Naturally there is cause for much celebration in the form of 3 different covers to mark this splendiferous occasion. 2 covers have a 50/50 split while the 3rd is a 1 in 25 incentive I believe.
Seriously, there's no need to buy all 3. It's not that interesting. Solid art from Michael Lark and average writing from Ed Brubaker. I love 'em both dearly, but this story plays out pretty much how you'd expect with no twists or turns.
** SPOILER ALERT *** At least Lady Bullseye does not turn out to be a long lost love child of Bullseyes... still all and all, it's just your average DD comic with Michael Lark raising the notch a few digits..
I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams