Marvel Legends (Toy Biz) - Series 9 - Galactus
.Bullseye, one of Daredevil's arch rivals, finally makes his appearance in Marvel Legends. The sculpt is reasonably good, but not outstanding. The facial expression is quite sinister, which is what I'd expect for a villain. The body sculpt is typical Toy Biz standards,a lot of articulation points.
44 points of articulation make Bullseye a hell lot of posing fun. These movements are found on his neck, shoulders (multiple points that stretch to the back), upper arms, double elbows, lower arms, wrists, fingers, torso, waist, hips, upper legs, double knees, lower legs, ankles and toes. While this may be quite the standard for characters of this scale, ie. the leaner looking ones, it's still quite a feat to have so much movement on a 6" figure. I'm quite surprised they didn't allow his wrists joints to be "cut" though. Instead, he was given a riveting joint, which kind of restricting, since Bullseye regularly moves his arms around to throw projectiles towards his victims.
In a nutshell, Bullseye has a reasonably good sculpt,great articulation and zero accessories. Bullseye is excellent for custom figures, as he is one of the best articulated figures.My only problem is a dodgy paintjob around the rings around his neck. Bullseye is one of the coolest daredevil villens. worth the money. plus the comic book is action packed and feature a lot of bullseye unlike most ml comics that only feature one page of the figure. you just have to cut index cards into tiny pieces and wedge them in between his fingers for weapons.