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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Bullseye with sound clips and images.
Bullseye is a Super-Villain whom is mainly known as a prominent foe of Daredevil whom made his first appearance in Daredevil #131 in March of 1976. The real name of Bullseye is uncertain but it is true that he is a psychopath from the Bronx, NY whom is known for having a perfect sense of accuracy whom can turn just about anything into a weapon (and he has had certain bones in his body such as his spine to be laced with adamantium). Bullseye is one of the most prominent hitmen in the criminal world whom has served various super-villains over the years and not only is he one of the most prominent foes of Daredevil but lets just say he has a very unfriendly rivalry with fellow assassin Elektra Natchios. While Bullseye has worked for other Super-villains before the teams that he has worked with are the Thunderbolts and the Dark Avengers.
EDITOR'S OPINIONIn the Marvel Universe VC section we take a look at one of Daredevil's most prominent foes... BULLSEYE! Let us begin...
Steve Blum- Decent but perhaps his Bullseye voice was a little too high, but at least he did have the right idea in trying to make his Bullseye voice sound rough. Granted Blum was also trying to sound different from his Matt Murdock voice in the game but while his performance for the role was decent I do feel that this Bullseye voice would've been better if was a bit lower.
Peter Lurie- Now oddly enough Peter's fairly high pitched voice for the role actually does work with the role pretty well and is a good reminder that he can do higher pitched voices rather well too. Though it certainly helps that Peter's performance suited Bullseye's psychotic and competitive tendencies rather well so basically its another fine example of Peter's work. (Oh yes and oddly enough this is the first adaptation where Bullseye and Daredevil/Matt Murdock did not have the same VA.)
Brian Bloom- Unlike his predecessors Brian's voice for the role was a bit lower and rougher which does work with the role well (though it also suits on how Bullseye was at the time majorly drugged up by a Nanomachines sedative). But still while those were all of Bullseye's lines in that game Brian did some good work with what material he had.
Christopher Daniel Barnes- CDB's work is actually pretty good as his voice and performance does suit Bullseye's "Violent Thug" persona pretty well. While CDB's work on the role does suit the game's light-hearten nature well enough I do think that it has the potential to fit in with a more serious depiction as well so in other words it is a pretty good example of CDB's work.
Rick D. Wasserman- While this is also a somewhat interesting change of pace for Rick (namely to hear him do a rather high-pitched voice) but aside from the novelty of Rick doing a high-pitched voice this is kind of generic. Granted Rick's performance does have a pretty good sense of energy though but his work as Bullseye is pretty average at best.
Overall I am going with Peter Lurie the most here as he delivers the most memorable performance out of the folks whom has played Bullseye so far.