Monday, September 7, 2009


Real Name
Lester (last name unrevealed)

Government operative; former freelance assassin, professional thief, Major League Baseball pitcher, mercenary, extortionist


Place of Birth

Known Relatives
Unnamed father (deceased) and mother

Group Affiliation
Avengers; formerly Thunderbolts, formerly allied with Eric Slaughter's and the Kingpin's criminal organizations, as well as the Kingpin's rival former agents

Unrevealed (education beyond high school unlikely)


175 lbs. (before Adamantium implants), 200 lbs. (with Adamantium implants)




Bullseye has no superhuman powers. However, his uncanny ability to use virtually any common object as a lethal projectile actually makes him more dangerous than many characters who do have superhuman powers. Although he is not technically superhuman, Bullseye can accomplish many feats with thrown projectiles. He has demonstrated the ability to lacerate a person's throat with a thrown playing card, spit his own tooth through a human skull, toss a paper airplane to a distant rooftop, and kill a person with a toothpick thrown through a window from a hundred yards away.

Bullseye is in overall exceptional physical condition, with the agility, reflexes, stamina, and speed of a professional or Olympic athlete. A result of his naturally perfect athletic gift for hand-eye coordination is that his reflexes are actually honed to a level well beyond that of any normal human. He is physically strong enough to lift at least 350 pounds. Several of Bullseye's bones have been reinforced with strips of Adamantium, and his spine is now entirely made of it, effectively increasing his resistance to injury in unarmed combat. This reinforcement also allows Bullseye to consistently utilize a range of motion in his acrobatic maneuvers impossible for an ordinary human (as his bones are protected from fracture).

Aside from his ability to throw projectiles with lethal accuracy, Bullseye is also a master of many martial arts disciplines and is extremely talented in the use of edged weapons and conventional firearms. Often, his outspoken attitude during combat about using his abilities seems to have become one of his favorite weapons: intimidation. As such, he believes that his attention in the media grants him more effectiveness in combat with a near flawless reputation, rather than an assassin who often uses fear of the unknown.

Other Info
Bullseye is truly a mercenary of mystery. Throughout the years Bullseye has told different stories concerning his life. Therefore, no one truly knows what is real and what is false concerning his childhood and background.

Before his mercenary career, it’s been suggested that Bullseye tried his formidable throwing skills to become a Major League baseball player, but he was too selfish and sadistic for that. And according to Bullseye himself, he became bored and annoyed of pitching no-hitters. So, for his last pitch of a game, he threw the ball at the batter, killing him.

Bullseye found his true calling as a special operative of the United States National Security Agency. From there, he became a freelance assassin. He created his signature use of thrown weapons during one of his first outings as a soldier we confronted by a guerrilla fighter: Bullseye’s weapon failed to shoot, so, he just threw the gun instead, killing his assailant with his bayonet. As an assassin, Bullseye uses shurikens as a main weapon, but he uses many other weapons including peanuts, paperclips, playing cards, Daredevil's billy club, and a pencil (the third picture posted shows a few of the weapons Bullseye can use.) Also, he has a compulsive need to study his targets' histories, abilities, and relationships before engaging them. As a result, he can anticipate his opponent's every move.

At one time, Bullseye worked alongside fellow mercenary, Deadpool. (To learn about Deadpool, just click on his name.)

Later, Bullseye was hired to murder the lawyer Matt Murdock (aka Daredevil), but was defeated by Daredevil. In his mind, Bullseye believed his reputation was ruined, and he swore vengeance, fighting Daredevil at any opportunity. Each time, he was captured and given over to the police by Daredevil. At one point, Bullseye was declared insane due to a brain tumor, and he began hallucinating, seeing random people as Daredevil, and tried killing them all. The real Daredevil managed to defeat him, and the tumor was removed. (To learn about Daredeveil, click on his name above.)

Some time later, when following an assignment to kill the Kingpin, Bullseye simply received a better offer from the Kingpin and agreed to work with him, instead. However, after returning from yet another imprisonment by Daredevil, Bullseye was furious that the Kingpin had chosen Elektra as his assassin in the meantime. Therefore, Bullseye hunted Elektra down and killed her with nothing more than a playing card and her own sai weapon. Because of the romantic relationship between Daredevil and Elektra's, Bullseye fought an enraged Daredevil high over the tops of New York City where Bullseye was allowed to fall to his death by Daredevil. He did not die, but his spine shattered, paralyzing him. With the help of a Japanese crime lord, Lord Dark Wind, Bullseye's bones were laced with Adamantium in the hopes that Bullseye would freely serve Lord Dark Wind as his head assassin. Instead, once Bullseye was recovered, he returned to New York to continue his mercenary career. However, before Kingpin would employ him again, Bullseye had to prove himself by fighting his former mercenary friend, Deadpool. The fight was very close, but Bullseye was triumphant. (To learn about the highlighted characters above, just click on their names. Note: Beware of Elektra's tight-fitting and revealing clothing on her bio page pictures.)

At one point, Daredevil left New York for a prolonged period, and Bullseye put on the Daredevil costume himself. He played the part of a hero and robbed the rich and gave to the poor. However, never a man quite sane, Bullseye began to believe himself to be the true Daredevil. But, Matt Murdock returned and put on the Bullseye costume to confront him. Murdock won, and the defeat allowed Bullseye to realize that he was Bullseye and not Daredevil.

On seperate occastion, Bullseye killed Karen Page (Daredevil's current love at the time) furthering Daredevil's anger towards him. When the news of Daredevil’s secret identity (Matt Murdock) leaked to the media, Bullseye hoped to capitalize on the information and kill Daredevil both for his own satisfaction and to help the Kingpin’s struggling criminal empire. He targeted Murdock and his new girlfriend, Millie Donovan, but this time Daredevil snapped! Dardevil beat Bullseye to a pulp and carved a bullseye pattern into Bullseye's forehead with a rock. (This is shown in the movie Bullseye which is the second picture posted. Also, if you would like to learn more about some of the loves in Daredevil's life, click on their names above. Note: Beware of the revealing and outfit on Karen Page's bio page.)

Later, Bullseye starts operating under the name of "Hawkeye" (and wears Hawkeye's costume, as well) in Norman Osborn's new team of Dark Avengers. (If you would like to learn about the true Hawkeye or Norman Osborn, click on their highlighted names above. A picture of Bullseye as the "new" Hawkeye is posted in the fifth picture above.)

If you would like to learn more about this crazy guy, Bullseye, click on the following link,


  1. I think it's interesting how many girlfriends Daredevil has. And I agree, Bullseye is truly crazy! Sheesh!!

  2. Just to clarify, Daredevil's girlfriends where all at different times. :-) After his girlfriend (at the time) was killed by Bullseye, Daredevil would try to start his life over with someone else, later in his life. But, his new girlfriend would be attacked by Bullseye too. And it seems like this cycle happened a couple times.

  3. I figured. I should've written "had" instead of "has". Poor Daredevil. Bullseye was rather fixated. :S

  4. You know, for "not having super powers," his abilities sure seem super human to me. His abnormal agility, aim, and hand-eye coordination should count as a super power to me.

  5. I thought I posted this a week ago but it didn't stick for some reason. Whe he wears the Hawkeye suit is that because he IS Hawkeye or just impersonating Hawkeye like he did Dare Devil?

  6. Well, Bullseye isn't necessarily impersonating Hawkeye, but he definitely did not take over the "official" Hawkeye identity. Actually, a woman named Kate Bishop received the official mantle of Hawkeye from the original Hawkeye (Clint Barton). So, Bullseye does use a type of Hawkeye costume, but he has admitted to not being the real Hawkeye to people before. (If you want to learn a little more about the passing on of the "official" Hawkeye identity, check out Kate Bishops bio page at

  7. Also, a website called has a more detailed version of the passing on of the "official" Hawkeye name to Kate Bishop. If you want to know more, here is the website,