A villain published by Marvel Comics. Bullseye first appeared in Daredevil #131 in 1976.

The man who became the assassin Bullseye has always had incredible accuracy at throwing objects. From an early age, he used his ability to become a star baseball pitcher. He had many offers to pitch for a major league team, but decided instead to enlist in the military.

One evening while on patrol, the man who would become Bullseye was ambushed by the enemy. Attempting to shoot his opponent, the soldier's gun jammed and he instinctively threw the weapon, impaling the enemy on the bayonet. Realizing that his throwing ability could be used to turn even seemingly harmless objects into weapons, the man became a mercenary and later a hired assassin who went by the name Bullseye.

For many years, Bullseye took contracts and successfully carried them out, becoming one of the highest paid and best assassin in the business. He was eventually hired by Wilson Fisk, the so-called Kingpin of crime in New York City. The job was highly lucrative and Bullseye was at the top of his game, though he sometimes came into conflict with costumed heroes such as Spider-Man or Daredevil.

Then, a new assassin came on the scene, a woman named Elektra. She soon replaced Bullseye as the Kingpin's hired assassin much to Bullseye's dismay. Wanting to return to his former glory, Bullseye decided he would have to kill Elektra to do so. During a battle between the two assassins, Bullseye impaled Elektra with her own weapon of choice, a sai, killing her.

Daredevil, who was romantically involved with Elektra, later battled Bullseye. During the battle, Bullseye fell from a great height and shattered his spine, paralyzing him. He later traveled to Japan, where the Japanese scientist, Lord Darkwind, used his abilites to mend Bullseye's spine with the unbreakable metal, adamantium.

Since this time, Bullseye has clashed with Daredevil as well as a number of other heroes on multiple ocassions. He is responsible for the death of another of Daredevil's love interests, Karen Page.

In the upcoming Daredevil movie, the character of Bullseye has been included. The part is to be played by Colin Farrell and the character appears to sport a bullseye-shaped scar in the middle of his forehead.