Bullseye is a super-villain from the Universe toyline and continuity family

Bullseye is one of the best ranged combatants in the universe. Name a target and chances are high that he can nail it. While Bullseye has no super powers of his own, his remarkable aim allow him to be one of the most dangerous criminals around. Anything around him can be weaponized and it is not unheard of to find bodies he left behind killed through paper clips or playing cards. He was Hawkeye for a short time.


Bullseye has been a constant enemy of Daredevil's and the two have had many confrontations. At some point he was apprehended by S.H.I.E.L.D. forces. During his captivity he was interrogated by Reed "Mr. Fantastic" Richards, who noted that Bullseye was completley untrustable and anything he tells you about himself is likely a lie. Bullseye took great pleasure in confusing his evaluators during their psyche examinations of the criminals. In the end Mr. Fantastic recommended that S.H.I.E.L.D. keep any and all objects out of reach from him.

After Norman Osborn took over S.H.I.E.L.D. and reformed it as HAMMER Bullseye was set free and joined Norman's Dark Avenger, where he took over Hawkeye's identity.


Bullseye- Marvel Universe Wave 1Edit

The wave one Bullseye is the only villain in the wave and is wearing his classic iconic costume. Bullseye comes with a knife and an M16 with a grenade launcher attachment that he can hold in his open hand, but his other hand is sculpted to hold a hand of playing cards (no pun inteaded). He is articulated with a balljoint head, ball-hinge shoulders, swivel biceps, hinged elbows, swivel wrists, ab-crunch, ball-hinge hips, double-hinged knees and ball-hinge ankles. He uses the same body as his long-time rival Daredevil.

Dark Hawkeye- Marvel Universe Wave 11Edit

An upcoming figure based on Bullseye's brief stint as Hawkeye during Dark Reign and Norman Osborn's HAMMER Operation. Dark Hawkeye comes with a bow, arrow and quiver. He was officialy debuted at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con.


  • Bullseye has no other definite alias.