Reckless Season 3 ended in the same way that all the Marvel shows and films do: with a great mockery about what is to come. We are breaking that Reckless Season 3 ends, so obviously there are huge spoilers ahead.
Wilson Fisk breaks the spine of Dex in the final battle of the series. It was a three-way fight between Daredevil, Dex (Bullseye in the Daredevil suit) and Fisk, all in his favor at this point. Daredevil came out with the victory, but the agendas were complicated to say the least. Fisk, hoping to protect Vanessa and avoid prison time, is fighting Daredevil. Dex, who finally realized that Fisk had manipulated him to do all his dirty work, is now behind Fisk. Dex is very angry because Fisk murdered Julie, who Dex believed was the "moral compass" that could help him with all his mental health problems. And, finally, Daredevil is fighting Fisk and Dex, although his main concern at this moment is to prevent Fisk from escaping.
Fortunately for a daredevil, Fisk takes care of Dex by smashing him against a wall. Dex is paralyzed by the rest of the scene, and we do not discover what happens to him until the last moments of the series when two doctors operate on the backbone of a man. One is called Dr. Oyama, and says that the patient agreed to be part of a risky procedure that involves the "cogmio steel reinforcement frame". The camera focuses on the patient's face: it is Dex. When his eyes open, his pupil forms a target.
While Dex's actor, Wilson Bethel, confirmed that his character was Bullseye in NYCC (as if Dex were throwing objects with insane precision was not a sufficient clue), he was never really called Bullseye in Reckless Season 3. So this scene essentially confirms that Dex will become Bullseye, and adds another canon element to his character. In the comics, Bullseye's bones were covered in adamantium, like Wolverine.
Dr. Oyama is a reference to a Marvel character named Kenji Oyama, also known as Lord Dark Wind. Created by Dennis O & # 39; Neil and Klaus Janson in 1983, he is obsessed with the design of super soldiers and is known as the father of the adamantium experiments. Oyama's research was used for the Weapon X project, which led to the creation of Wolverine and more, including Bullseye.
In the comics, Oyama finally recruited the perfect patient in Bullseye, who had his spine broken at that time. Wolverine and Daredevil joined (with a tip from Turk Barrett) to prevent Oyama from sending Bullseye to Japan for the experiments, but eventually they failed. A lot of this went down in Reckless # 196 and the following couple problems. Needless to say, the experiments were successful. Dark Wind expected Bullseye to remain as his personal killer epilogue, but Bullseye had other plans in New York.
There is not enough in the cogium steel in Marvel Comics to know how strong it is compared to the adamantium, one of the strongest metals in the Marvel Universe, after the vibranium (the compound that forms the shield of Captain America). The obvious reason why adamantium was not used for Bullseye in the Reckless The series is due to the rights of X-Men (the Disney Fox agreement has not yet happened). In any case, comics fans are always interested in learning about another precious metal, especially if it means more fight scenes between Daredevil and Bullseye in Season 4.
Apart from the Bullseye joke, Reckless Season 3 concludes when Fisk goes to jail (thanks to the confession of agent Nadeem, who was criticized in all social networks). Vanessa remains free of murder charges, as long as Fisk does not escape from prison again. Nelson, Murdock and Page are also happening. Something we missed? Turn off the sound in the comments.