Shadowland: Bullseye #1: Writer: John Layman. Pencils: Sean Chen.
Review: This comic tells the tale of a biker gang that believed that Bullseye had saved them from a rival gang(although in all actuality, Bullseye pretty much flipped a coin and decided to help the one gang over the other), and decide to hold a funeral for him. The gang kidnaps Ben Urich, so he can write a fluff piece about what a great man Bullseye was, a priest, to speak at the funeral, several tourists, to serve as mourners, and finally, Bullseye's corpse itself. On top of that, one of the people present at the “funeral” claims that he can see the ghost of Bullseye, and that it occasionally talks to him. Eventually Daredevil and his Hand ninjas get wind of what the biker gang was doing, and they crash the funeral and easily take down the inept gang members. This issue ends with the man who believed he could hear the ghost of Bullseye deciding to take on a full battalion of heavily armed cops at the behest of a smiling Bullseye.
What I Thought: Meh, this comic wasn't great, but it wasn't awful either. It was a prime example of a perfectly acceptable comic. A fine way to spend a couple of minutes, but not something you'd be thinking back on often. It also isn't key to the Shadowland story, but for a completest like myself, I was happy to read it.
Score: 7 out of 10.Am I the only one hoping for a Deadpool/Bullseye's Ghost team-up?