By this point Frank Miller was firmly settled behind the wheel of Daredevil, engine thrumming down the road at 90, a high-performance talent revving on all cylinders popping in four-color drama with a telling blueprint for The Dark Knight Returns.
But, that is the future. For Christmas 1980 Bullseye’s escape shakes the snow globe mixing blood and madness with the faux snow.
Miller’s run on Daredevil is the precursor to Ronin and Hard Boiled leading to his masterpiece: Sin City. Too often overlooked in the Miller and comic book pantheon, issues 163-191 are too few, but allow a former minor hero to take center stage with the likes of Spider-Man and the X-Men.