If looking for the toy horse Bullseye from Toy Story, see Bullseye (Toy Story).
Powers: Has ability to use virtually any object as a lethal projectile and the agility, reflexes, stamina, and speed of an Olympic athlete
This Incarnation: Classic
First Appearance: Daredevil #131
A mercenary of mystery, nothing was really known about the man called Bullseye. Once, he was captured and interrogated in a highly secured U.S. prison, and he related many details about his early life. However, much of this information is suspect, as Bullseye then escaped, taunting his interrogators that much of what he said was false. Bullseye proceeded to set fire to the prison, where his father was also held, and he left his father to die once more. He then went off to become a freelance assassin as he got much pleasure out of killing others. This led him into many confrontations with Daredevil, his longtime archenemy. The majority of the time, he'd give his talents to the Kingpin, another villain out for Daredevil. This brought Bullseye to the eventual killing of two of Daredevil's lovers, Elektra and Karen Page. Later as part of the Civil War, Bullseye was forced to join the Thunderbolts along with several other reformed villains because he had nannites placed in his blood stream that would explode if he disobeyed any orders. Currently, Bullseye has been given as position on the Dark Avengers under the codename Hawkeye, in a costume similar to the one worn by the Avengers member of the same name.
Superhero Squad Edit
Bullseye currently has appeared in the Superhero Squad line one time:
- In his classic black and white costume in the Scarlet Spider and Bullseye 2-Pack