This November sees the newest release for WizKids‘ Dice Masters, Marvel Dice Masters: Deadpool. The set is focused on Deadpool’s world including the X-Men and Weapon X, but the set also includes some other familiar characters and the first appearance of the Inhumans team affiliation. I’ll be reviewing a card a day until the set’s release in a few weeks. But, beyond discussing the cards and how they fit into the Dice Masters game, I’ll also focus on the characters themselves and if the card reflects their comic history.
Next up is Lady Bullseye: Speed, Grace, Precision, the rare version of the card.
Art: Marko Djurdjevic, Daredevil Vol. 2 #111
Comic origin: Created by Ed Brubaker, Marko Djurdjevic, Clay Mann, and debuting in Daredevil Vol. 2 #111 in 2008 , Maki Matsumoto was kidnapped by the Yakuza. Before she could be sold off into sexual slavery, Bullseye showed up and killed her captors. This act inspired her to become a killer herself.
She wound up working for the Hand and took on Daredevil. Later, Daredevil took over the hand and banished Lady Bullseye from the organization. She then went to work for Kingpin who manipulated Daredevil into contructing Shadowland, and Kingpin took over the Hand.
Lady Bullseye doesn’t have any powers but is a martial artist. She’s also a lawyer in her civilian guise.
Live action version: None that I know of.
Card playability: A 4 BOLT cost, the card isn’t one that really jumps out to me much as far its playability. Forcing an opposing character to block could be really handy, but I feel like we see this ability elsewhere, plus it’s a “when fielded” when Brainiac is similar for one cost and happens with each attack. So not a bad die, there’s better.
Card vs. Comic: Not quite sure on the connection.
Final Thoughts: I really want to see the other versions of this die.
WizKids provided Graphic Policy with FREE product for review.