Here's the news from Newsarama:
Over on Newsarama.com’s soon to be neighbor, Movie Poop Shoot, Kevin Smith has confirmed that he’s writing a Daredevil/Bullseye miniseries for Marvel entitled “Target.” Glenn (Preacher) Fabry will provide both covers and interior art.
In a brief interview with the site, Smith explained that his return to Matt Murdock’s world won’t be a direct sequel to his Daredevil: Guardian Devil run, which relaunched the series under the Marvel Knights imprint.
"Sequel? No," Smith told MPS’s Chris Ryall. "But I WAS supposed to go back to the title after Mack and Gale did their storylines, and a rematch between DD and Bullseye was something Joe and I talked about doing in a one-shot, somewhere down the road. That was Quesada's idea; he said 'I promise: the next time DD and Bullseye face off, you're writing it.'”
In a brief tease for character’s motivations in the story, Smith said: "The point of the mini is that it's not like the Batman/Joker relationship. Bullseye could give a **** about Daredevil, really. The guy's a hired gun; his face-offs with Daredevil shouldn't really be personal. If DD's anything to Bullseye, he's an obstruction to whatever hit he's currently working on; a distraction from the job he's being paid to do - unless the job he's being paid for is to **** with DD, as in “Guardian Devil.” But we're going to alter the dynamic of their relationship by mini's end, so that DD means much more to Bullseye. And we're not talking silly tie-in revisionist history here, like Bullseye's dad is the old man young Matt Murdock pushed out of the way of the oncoming truck or something. We're talking an understandable grudge; a reason for Bullseye to hate Daredevil, beyond his simply being a nuisance do-gooder.”
Here's the cover to the first issue by Glenn Fabry:
"I love dead. Hate living."