Real Name: Unrevealed
Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-4972) human mutate
Group Membership: The Hand
Affiliations: The Hand
Enemies: An unidentified hero and his lover
Known Relatives: None
Aliases: "The Accurate Assassin" (nickname)
Base of Operations: New York City, New York, USA
First Appearance: Marvel Knights Millennial Visions 2001 (February, 2002)
Powers/Abilities: Bullseye possessed no known
superhuman powers. He wore a chinitous exoskeleton that likely enhanced
his durability and possibly his own physical attributes. He also had a
skilled hand when it came to turning nearly anything in his hands into
a deadly weapon.
Height: 6'0" (presumably)
Weight: 200 lbs. (presumably)
Eyes: Blue (presumably)
Hair: Blond (presumably)
History: (Marvel Knights Millennial Visions
2001 - "The Accurate ASSASSIN" (fb) - BTS) - Once a Major League
Baseball pitcher, the man who became known as Bullseye eventually moved
from the baseball field to the killing fields of Vietnam. Upon
returning from Vietnam, Bullseye waged a personal war in New York City,
manipulating the players and events while unknowingly moving towards
his own defeat by his own hand. Using his skills as an assassin,
Bullseye earned the nickname of "the Accurate Assassin," eventually
meeting his own death at the hands of a hero who crushed every bone in
his body. Upon being resurrected, Bullseye was killed a second time by
the hero's lover, who was resurrected herself to exact revenge and send
Bullseye to the grave. Each subsequent time Bullseye was resurrected, a
different less-than-benevolent benefactor guided Bullseye to continue
killing, each time snatching him from death and returning him to life.
(Marvel Knights Millennial Visions 2001 - "The Accurate ASSASSIN") - Ultimately resurrecting Bullseye from death once more, the Hand organization injected Bullseye with a chemical concoction, which they combined with their own mysticism to keep the resurrected Bullseye restrained to their wishes, leaving him an empty husk and docile pawn that the Hand gifted with a chitinous exoskeleton. In the Hand's service, Bullseye was killed three more times, only to be continuously revived deadlier and more dead inside than before. Essentially becoming nothing more than a mindless killer, Bullseye continued to serve his masters on command.
Comments: Created by Brenden Fletcher and Kalman Andrasofsky.
Bullseye presumably had the same physical stats that his Earth-616 counterpart possessed.
The unidentified hero and his lover mentioned in
Bullseye's backstory in the Marvel Knights Millennial Visions story was
obviously Daredevil and Elektra but since their names were not
mentioned, I chose to leave them unidentified in this profile. After
all, who knows if they were called that on Earth-4972?
Profile by Proto-Man.
Earth-4972's Bullseye has no KNOWN connections to:
images: (without ads)
Marvel Knights Millennial Visions 2001, p15, splash page (Bullseye, main image)
Marvel Knights Millennial Visions 2001 (February, 2002) - "The Accurate ASSASSIN" story - Brenden Fletcher (text), Kalman Andrasofsky (art), no editor credited
Last updated: 02/26/17
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