The epic DC Versus Marvel comic hybrid saw Batman clash with Daredevil’s exemplary adversary Bullseye – and bring him down without an issue.
With DC’s scoundrels dealt with, Batman chooses to show the Marvel supervillain Bullseye why he’s significantly more hazardous than Daredevil. Superhuman fans have consistently wanted to pit their legends against each other. Who is the most grounded; the Hulk or Superman? Could Flash beat Quicksilver in a race? Furthermore, what might occur if the Justice League and the Avengers clashed?
1996’s DC Versus Marvel miniseries responded to a significant number of those inquiries. In that story, two enduring comic book universes crashed to stupendous impact. Perusers got the chance to see such huge numbers of battle they’d already just envisioned, and even decided on the result of the title matches. That clarified a portion of the particularly odd outcomes, given practically there was no chance Wolverine ought to have brought down Lobo, while Wonder Woman ought to have had the option to deal with the lightning gathered by the X-Men’s Storm. Strangely, however, the attention on the different fights implied a portion of the all the more engaging sub-plots were rarely evolved. One of the most intriguing saw Bullseye develop in the Batcave, and find Batman is definitely more hazardous than the Man Without Fear.
Bullseye is Marvel’s most perilous professional killer, and he was naturally shocked at out of nowhere emerging in the Batcave. He quickly got Robin (at that point Tim Drake), and endeavored to utilize him as a prisoner. Batman was justifiably to some degree baffled at the reality Bullseye had no clue about what his identity was, however accepted the open door to present himself. “On the off chance that you hurt the kid,” he cautioned, “I am your most exceedingly awful bad dream. I am the Batman.”
Bullseye wasn’t dazzled, yet he concentrated all his consideration on Batman – allowing Robin to give him an elbow in the windpipe. The Dark Knight lined this up with a Batarang, yet Bullseye caught it and hurled it straight back. In Bullseye’s grasp, anything can turn into a weapon; he’s been known to slaughter individuals with a pencil. Most likely the returned Batarang was expected to murder Batman, however to Bullseye’s stun the Dark Knight dodged it. “Be that as it may, I never miss,” Bullseye panted in shock. He was much increasingly amazed when Batman pounded him in the jaw. “You hit… significantly harder than… than… Thrill seeker.”
Bullseye is one of the most perilous men in the Marvel Universe. There have been events when his marksmanship has been adequate to mess up super-speedsters like Quicksilver, but then Batman can dodge a Batarang tossed at nearly point-clear range. Unmistakably, if Bullseye lived in the DC Universe, he’s simply be another of Batman’s low-level dangers. Perhaps the Dark Knight could give Daredevil a few hints if the universes ever traverse again.