Why Does Marvel’s Bullseye Statue Look Like Robbie Rotten?

Diamond Select is currently taking pre-orders for a statue of Daredevil’s longtime foe, Bullseye. The Bullseye Premier Collection Statue stands 14.2″ tall and is priced at $175. The villain who can hit anything with anything should arrive in October of this year. However, something about this guy’s face reminds me of someone. Someone who is number one.
Robbie Rotten? Yeah. He totally looks like Lazy Town‘s Robbie Rotten!
I get it. Bullseye is supposed to look sinisterly gleeful as he sometimes appears in the comics, similar to the Rhino statue we covered earlier. Still, there’s no denying that he looks more like Robbie Rotten disguised as Bullseye. Hell, I’d love to see that angle played out in a Daredevil comic book.

Diamond Select
Diamond Select
Diamond Select
Diamond Select

A Diamond Select Toys release! Target acquired! Daredevil baddie bullseye gets the Premier Collection treatment with this all-new 9-inch statue! With one foot up on a Daredevil target and playing cards in both hands, Bullseye is ready to take out whoever he needs to in order to get into your collection. Limited to only 3,000 pieces, it comes packaged with a numbered certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Designed by Caesar and Clayburn Moore, hand-sculpted by Clayburn Moore.

Though the face may be a bit comical, at least he doesn’t look like Colin Farrell’s version of the character in the laughable 2003 Daredevil film. Mark Steven Johnson was an odd choice to direct this film and 2007’s Ghostrider. He delivered something very bland and squandered a cast of primarily great actors in both cases. This was before the MCU, so maybe many people just saw comic book films as quick cash-grabs, and that was it. It would explain a lot.
What do you think of Rotten Bullseye? Let us know in the comments section below.
[Source: Diamond Select]

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Mike Phalin

Longtime problematic entertainment journalist. The former workhorse for Dread Central, ScienceFiction.com, and Fanbolt.

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