Bullseye Enemies

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A deadly killer for hire capable of using practically anything as a lethal projectile weapon with flawless accuracy and deadly force. He is one of the most psychotic and sadistic characters in Marvel and serves as one of Daredevil's most dangerous foes.

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  • Agent McGill works for H.A.M.M.E.R. and is stationed in Avengers Tower.

  • During one mission with Thunderbolts, Bullseye decided to kill American Eagle before escaping. American Eagle was severely beating Bullseye and Bullseye's nanites turned on, shocking him. Bullseye's neck and spine was then broken by American Eagle.

  • Norman Osborn sent the Thunderbolts (Penance and Bullseye) to battle Americop, with the secret hope the vigilante will kill them both, as they have not been worth the trouble. Instead, they crashed the vigilante's truck and Americop battered Penance and then shot Bullseye in the leg. Bullseye then caused Penance to unleash his stored-up energy. This fried 80 percent of Americop's synaptic nerve endings.

  • Swordsman saved Songbird from Bullseye, shooting at a Bullseye's face with his blade.

  • During the Dark X-Mens attack on Utopia, Bullseye injured Anole in the stomach with an arrow.

  • Ares is the son of Zeus and the Olympian God of War. After years of fighting against The Avengers, Thor, and mostly his own brother Hercules, Ares joined the ranks of the Avengers. He was a member of Tony Stark's official Avengers team and later Norman Osborn's Avengers.

  • Hisako Ichiki is a teenage mutant from Japan that studied at the Xavier Institute before becoming an X-Man. Her mutant power allows her to create psionic "armor", giving her enhanced strength and durability. She is currently enrolled at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

  • Batman attacked Bullseye and knocked him out, when Bullseye tried to kill Tim Drake.

  • Former KGB agent Natasha Romanova, known as Black Widow, is one of the greatest spies ever and is one of the best agents S.H.I.E.L.D. has ever had. She's a long-time member of the Avengers and was a founding member and the only leader of the short-lived Los Angeles-based superteam: The Champions.

  • The psychotic Bullseye quickly murdered Blue Streak and his allies in their cells indiscriminately to alleviate his boredom.

  • A legendary assassin that disappeared when the assassins guild came after him.

  • Bullseye came close to killing Capitan America during Civil War.

  • An Ex-Navy SEAL that was recruited by Microchip to be the new Punisher. A Punisher that would be less unstable then Frank Castle.

  • Caprice is a telepathic serial killer and one of the founding members of the Scourge of the Underworld vigilante group. Caprice was killed by Bullseye when he threw a scalpel directly into her forehead.

  • When Bullseye were on the Dark Avengers together as dark Hawkeye, Daken enjoyed manipulating him for his own goals.

  • Bullseye was responsible for the death of Elektra, then girlfriend of Daredevil. Bullseye is Murdock's most hated enemy and his nemesis.

  • When Bullseye's old partner Deadpool attempted to blackmail Osborn, he sent Bullseye to kill him. Bullseye attempted to take out his partner, successfully incapacitating him, shooting an arrow through the Deadpool's head. Deadpool eventually gained the upper hand and stabbed him through the chest with a meat hook. He later woke up in a hospital and went after Deadpool again, only to be hit by a car while shooting an RPG at him. Deadpool exploits this, and runs him over again with his own car. Bullseye paid off Deadpool (under the pretense that his boss, Norman Osborn, told him to do so) to save himself from a death by chainsaw by Deadpool.

  • One day (Earth-BW34), the Assassins Guild ordered Bullseye to kill Doctor Octopus. However, M.O.D.O.K. interfered with a sanctioned hit on Otto Octavius by Bullseye, killing both the would-be assassin and his target, in order to recover stolen A.I.M. technology.

  • In an attempt to draw out Daredevil, and to become Kingpin's assassin again, Bullseye stabbed Elektra with her own sai. They have had several other confrontations afterwards. In all incarnations of the two seen together, Bullseye is shown to be attracted to his beautiful victim.

  • Matt Murdock's best friend and almost as good a lawyer as Matt himself. They work together in their own law firm.

  • Trained by criminals, and inspired by heroes, Clint Barton has grown from a troubled youth into one of the greatest heroes on Earth. The world knows him best as Hawkeye: Earth's Mightiest Marksman.

  • Bullseye once encountered Hit-Monkey at a wedding. The monkey was disguised as the ring bearer, to kill General Kato (unsuccessfully). Hit-Monkey then manages to escape Bullseye by throwing chocolate cake into his face and running off. Later Bullseye caught the monkey and attacked him. Bullseye easily takes Hit-Monkey down by throwing a lollipop down his throat. However Hit-Monkey performs the Heimlech maneuver on himself to get's the lollipop out and takes down Bullseye.

  • Thunderbolts took down Hurricane during Civil War. Bullseye disabled his legs with throwing darts.

  • During the battle with Thunderbolts, Bullseye ambushed Jack Flag and stabbed him in the spine, leaving him paralyzed.

  • Secretary at Matt Murdock's law firm and long time love interest. She was eventually killed by Bullseye when she sacrificed herself for Matt.

  • During the final battle between the Young Avengers and the Young Masters, the YM brought with them many of the Dark Avengers, including Bullseye, who fought Kate. Kate managed to hold her own against this false Hawkeye and defeat him with the timely intervention of the Executioner, but considering how Bullseye keeps a grudge and considers Kate to be "worth killing", it is likely that their encounters together are far from over...

  • A former Assistant District Attorney of New York City currently working at Nelson and Murdock law firm.

  • Originally created as a Marvel Age April Fool's joke, the character has been used in several appearances in "normal" continuity.

  • Lindy Reynolds was the wife of Robert Reynolds, the superhero better known as The Sentry. She was killed by Bullseye on orders from Norman Osborn in order to make Sentry release his full potential and successfully attack Asgard.

  • Luke Cage, wrongly convicted and unjustly imprisoned, was altered in a failed prison experiment that granted him bulletproof skin and superhuman strength. With his street smarts, and unending determination to do right, he fights for the common man!

  • One day (Earth-BW34), the Assassins Guild ordered Bullseye to kill Doctor Octopus. However, M.O.D.O.K. interfered with the hit so he could retrieve A.I.M. technology Octopus had in his possession. In the end, M.O.D.O.K. killed Bullseye and Octopus.

  • A former criminal who became a cyborg after his death.

  • Chris Colchiss, or Melter, is a mutant with the power to melt any substance. He wishes to be a hero but isn't sure what is required of him to be one.

  • During the Dark Avengers attack on utopia, Mercury was struck with Bullseyes arrows.

  • Mimic and his fellow X-Men were confronted by Norman Osborn's Avengers. After a small skirmish between Daken and Bullseye the two teams calmed their more volatile members down. Mimic even threatened Bullseye with a shiv made out of ice.

  • Mirage is a telepathic woman whom was imprisoned in Thunderbolt Mountain for violating the Superhuman Registration Act.

  • An immensely powerful and chronically insecure character, Owen Reece has the power to control all matter and energy. Although often cast as a misunderstood villain, he has also at times acted as a hero.

  • Crime boss from Harlem, New York.

  • Bullseye managed to kill Morgan Le Fay by shooting her body with many arrows although she managed to return again for the second time.

  • Valerie Martin is a genius level scientist, doctor and computer hacker that created an exo-suit which lets her collect electronically transmitted data & store it in her head piece (which limits are currently unknown).

  • Nuke is the result of an attempt to recreate the process that created Captain America. With the American flag tattooed on his face, and believing he is still fighting in the Vietnam war, the highly unstable Nuke has been conditioned to blindly follow any orders his superiors give.

  • A vigilante, who developed a "hive" armor plating.

  • Victor Alvarez is a young chi wielding hero with a short fuse. After discovering his abilities, he became a self employed Hero for Hire and dubbed himself "Power Man." Following the events of Shadowland, Power Man became an under study of Iron Fist. He later enrolled and graduated from the Avengers Academy.

  • Bullseye and the Punisher have fought each other in both 616 and MAX. Punisher has shot Bullseye in the hand and Bullseye has manipulated Frank into killing mob bosses for him allowing him to take out crime families for profit and having fun while doing so. In MAX the Kingpin hired Bullseye to kill the Punisher. They have had two confrontations the first with Bullseye nearly killing Frank and the second with the Punisher almost killing Bullseye.

  • A kid Elektra convinced to turn his life around.

  • A scientific genius, Ruby Thursday remade herself into an living human gynoid with a shape-shifting head. She is a member of the villainous Headmen. She was eventually assassinated by Bullseye, but her mind survived and resurfaced to battle She-Hulk.

  • Shang-Chi is the Master of Kung Fu and son of the infamous Fu Manchu. After discovering the truth about his father's evil machinations, Shang-Chi vowed to stand against him and became an agent of MI6. Since then, he continues to use his exceptional martial arts skills to fight against injustice. Shang-Chi is currently an active member of the Avengers.

  • A nun and, ironically, the mother of the Daredevil.

  • Daughter of the Johnny Horton, a.k.a. the first Griffin. Recruited for Nick Fury's Secret Invasion strike force against the Skrulls.

  • During Dark Reign, Solo was hired to kill Bullseye who was working for the Dark Avengers under the guise as Hawkeye. He began working for a terrorist group known as P.T.S.F. (Peace Through Superior Firepower). It was ran by Bullseye's father the Kingmaker. Solo took a bullet in the back, which had ricocheted off the wall to hit him as he teleported behind Bullseye. He survived and teleported away and Bullseye tried to shoot him in the head.

  • During one mission with Thunderbolts, Bullseye was tricked by Songbird. She told him that his nanites were turned off and he was free.Believing this, Bullseye killed his two guards and decided to kill American Eagle before escaping. However nanites turned on, shocking him. Bullseye was incapacitated within his own body once again not being able to move nor speak. When Norman Osborn was given control of H.A.M.M.E.R. and decided to make the Thunderbolts into his personal hit squad, Melissa became a liability. Under Osborn's orders Bullseye cornered Songbird with a blade to her back, telling her to ask him to kill her. She managed to deflect him, and escaped as the entire remaining Thunderbolts team attempted to kill her. However Bullseye attacked her and hit her arm with his sai. Swordsman appeared and saved Songbird from Bullseye after he cornered her once again, and after Swordsman faked her death, she departed.

  • Matt Murdock's wife.

  • Kingpin once ordered Bullseye, to kill Steward Ward. Killing Ward's bodyguards, Bullseye was prevented from finishing off the senator thanks to the intervention of Spider-Man. Although he managed to wound Stacy, Bullseye was forced to retreat, and blew up the building as a parting shot. Spider-Man managed to get both men to safety, after which Ward left with his remaining security detail.

  • Stone Cold blasted Bullseye into the water, when he fought the Punisher.

  • Jerry Sledge is the young hero known as Stonewall; he is an important part of the Secret Warriors. His power comes from his father, the Absorbing Man.

  • Bullseye was sent by Norman Osborn to take down Spider-Man. With a tracer on Spider-Man and guards armed with rifles that could home in on the tracer, he easily found Spider-Man and gained the upper-hand. Spider-Man tricked Bullseye by throwing a web ball at him that had the tracer hidden in it causing the guards to accidentally shoot at Bullseye, knocking him out and allowing Spider-Man to escape.

  • Tarkington Brown was a Daredevil enemy, a Punisher-like vigilante.

  • Bullseye held Tim captive when he was transported in the Batcave but was taken down by Batman.

  • Bullseye and Osborn's Avengers attacked Hera, Typhon, Delphyne Gorgon, Huntsman and Pluto at the Excello Soap Company.

  • A New York mobster slain by The Punisher, Frank Castle.

  • Laura is the product of a different section of Weapon X. She was cloned from Wolverine's damaged DNA - from the salvaged part of his X chromosome - and born to Sarah Kinney, her mother and the scientist who made her birth possible. Since she could walk, she was trained to be the perfect replication and killer of Wolverine. Under Wolverine and Gambit's guidance, she has since 'found herself'.

  • Bullseye fought Nate along side the other Dark Avengers.

  • Bullseye encountered Gambit when there was a price on Gambit's head. Bullseye stabbed Gambit in the chest and defeated him, however Gambit was saved due to interference.

  • During the battle with X-Men on Utopia, Angel turned into Archangel's form and battled Bullseye away from the battlefield.

  • Bullseye was killed by Wolverine in alternate reality. After finally killing him off, Bullseye is revealed to be Jubilee (Mysterio illusion).

  • Father of Bullseye, who tried to trade his old burned husk of a body for his son's by placing his brain in Lester's body. Unfortunately, no one told him that Bullseye's bones are laced with adamantium which, not only is impossible to cut, but also blocks Kingmaker's neural inhibitor. However Bullseye successfully killed Kingmaker.

  • Andrea and her brother shared the codename Fenris. She was bio-engineered in-utero and must be in contact with her brother to use her powers. Bullseye killed her with one of his sai.

  • In Marvel Zombies, a zombified Bullseye appears alongside several other undead supervillains attacking and attempting to eat the invading Galactus. After the zombies eat Galactus, he is obliterated by the zombified Daredevil.

  • Thunderbolts once ordered Bullseye to kill Moon Knight. Bullseye tracked Moon Knight down and attacked him in the middle of a New York City street.

  • A mysterious villain and assassin who absorbs another person's skills, powers and memories by eating that person. Bullseye was killed off by Bloody Lips for information about another assassin.

  • The first X-Man, Scott Summers possesses the mutant ability to emit powerful force blasts from his eyes. He is visually distinctive for the ruby quartz visor he wears to control his devastating power. A born leader, Cyclops succeeded his mentor Professor X to command the X-Men.

  • Answer had a brief romantic liaison with Ruby Thursday at some point in the past, to which she called an end. She approached him and asked him to fetch AIM's procurement budget for her, which he did. Soon afterward, word got to him that Bullseye was out to assassinate him, but he later discovered that Bullseye was actually hired by AIM to assassinate Ruby instead, and wanted to get to her through him. Bullseye decapitated Ruby, but he let the Answer keep her head. The Answer went into hiding to search for a way to reactivate her head.

  • One of the identities used by Spider-Man from the "Identity Crisis", now Ritchie Gilmore uses the costume. He was the leader of the now disbanded team: the Slingers.

  • Typeface fought the Thunderbolts ( Songbird, Fixer, MACH-1, Lady Deathstrike, Bullseye, Taskmaster, Radioactive Man and Venom).

  • During the escape from Ryker's prison, Black Tarantula was attacked by Bullseye, who impaled him with a card, leaving him in a pool of blood.

  • Bullseye battled Angela and Daredevil.

  • Typeface fought the Thunderbolts ( Songbird, Fixer, Blizzard, Lady Deathstrike, Bullseye, Taskmaster, Radioactive Man and Venom).

  • N'Kantu is a mummified African tribesman with heightened strength and dexterity. He is also considered immortal due to his "life" of over 3,000 years.

  • Bullseye then attempts to kill the Red Skull and battles Crossbones. Lester kills a robot of the Red Skull and the two fight in the room. Bullseye says he is impressed by Crossbones' speed, and Crossbones quickly closes the gap between the two and punches him once, knocking the assassin over. Crossbones then begins to choke him, saying he could kill him in a second, but he deserves to suffer. Bullseye then spits a fake tooth in his eye and stabs his bicep, then flees the building.

  • Private investigator who works closely with and had an affair with Daredevil.

  • Noh-Varr was the youngest member of a Kree Diplomatic team who were blown out of the sky after reaching Earth. Only Noh-Varr survived and vowed vengeance on all mankind but was later tasked with protecting them in the name of the Kree, becoming Captain Marvel and later The Protector. After being forced out of the Avengers, he is now part of the Young Avengers.

  • Bullseye tried to kill Murdock's new girlfriend Milla Donovan, but Daredevil beat Bullseye to a pulp and carved a bulls-eye pattern onto his forehead with a rock.

  • A special agent for the National Security Administration Super-Crimes Division, Scott Hoskins lead a team to apprehend Bullseye. His whole team was killed and Hoskins barely survived, receiving a scar near his eye. When Bullseye collapsed from a seizure, Hoskins captured him. Hoskins was assigned with Marcus Baldry, of the Anti-Terrorism Unit, to question Bullseye about a nuclear device he'd stolen. In the end Hoskins knocked one of Bullseye's teeth loose and Bullseye spit the tooth into Hoskins' skull, killing him.

  • Horace acted as an armed guard in a prison facility holding only the most dangerous of criminals. As no weapons were allowed inside, Horace had his right hand replaced by a high-tech assault rifle. An expert marksman, Horace was allowed only one bullet. He was posted at the room containing Bullseye. Horace, standing guard, was introduced to Special Agents Scott Hoskins and Marcus Baldry. At the warden's instruction, Horace retrieved Hoskins and Baldry from their questioning of Bullseye. Horace stood by as Hoskins prepared to question Bullseye one by one. Horace watched happily from behind glass as Hoskins punched Bullseye repeatedly. When a tooth was dislodged, Bullseye spit it into Hoskins' skull, killing him. Horace opened the glass, firing on Bullseye, who deflected the bullet into Horace's eye, killing him.

  • Philip, a technician at a prison facility holding only the most dangerous of criminals, designed a special holding cell for the criminal Bullseye. Taking plans from a Hydra operations, he designed an acrylic polymer impervious to fracture and put it in Bullseye's cell wall and handcuffs. The warden received news from Daltry that the medical records of Bullseye had been incorrect. When Bullseye tried escaping, the warden, Philip, and others ran for it, only to be shot down by snipers outside.

  • A special agent for the National Security Administration Super-Crimes Division.

  • Lou was a prison guard at Ryker's Island who attempted to stop Bullseye from escaping from Ryker's, but he was knocked down and apparently thrown off the copter.

  • Harry was a prison guard at Ryker's Island who watched over Bullseye. Harry was killed by Bullseye when he escaped from Ryker's during a live broadcast interview.

  • During Civil War Namor and his army attacked Bullseye and his allies-villains, when they tried to kill Captain America.

  • Bill was one of the three pedestrians killed by Bullseye, who was seeing them as Daredevil (Daredevil #169).

  • Tyrone was saved by Daredevil from Bullseye (Daredevil: Black and White #1).

  • Agent Harold Driver received a call from a panicky Milla Donovan, who told him that Bullseye and Daredevil were battling in the street. Driver arrived to see Bullseye savagely beaten. He took him into custody, knowing that this would give him major credit with his boss (Daredevil II#49).

  • In Louisiana Bayou, Bullseye and other Dark Avengers took down Man-Thing (Dark Avengers Vol 1 #10).

  • An F.B.I. agent with a vendetta against Bullseye.

  • Leader of the Black Knife Cartel.

  • Son of crime boss Raph Losani.

  • Bullseye was seen fighting with Invisible Woman during Civil War. (Amazing Spider-Man Vol 1 538).

  • Mindwave was killed by Bullseye.