@Fresh03 said: " Taskmaster has the mutant ability, at least you have to assume it's a mutant ability, to mimic any physical ability he sees, even if he sees it in fast forward or rewind on video, even perfect aim, he's remarked that he's copied Bullseye's ability before, so has Echo for that matter, both of them just prefer hand to hand weapons such as swords as opposed to projectiles. I can't say for sure whether Bullseye has a form of super strength or not, it's never been commented on or dealt with in any way, although that would be interesting as heck, only his uncanny ability to use projectiles. The reason Bullseye didn't use much else besides the bows and arrows has been dealt with in Dark Avengers and Dark Reign: Hawkeye, he's having too much fun being Hawkeye and enjoys using the bow and arrow for the challenge of it. As for the rest of his usual weapons, you can pin that on Daniel Way the writer of the arc for not having him use more of his traditional weapons. Like I said, I've got no doubt that Bullseye could take Deadpool in a fight, he did so in this arc, but Deadpool's other abilites besides his hand to hand are just too much to deal with on the long term since Deadpool just keeps coming back over and over again, although I'd imagine if Bullseye beat him over and over again Deadpool would eventually get distracted by something shiny and wander off elsewhere giving the victory to Bullseye. I understand your pain, I don't like seeing my favorite characters misused, like anyone besides a Deadpool or Wolverine being able to take out Taskmaster in a staright up hand to hand fight, the guy is an Avengers level super threat who gets crapped on all the time these days in my mind, but in this case there's a long history between the two both being friends and enemies that points to what my argument has been, which is if they fight long enough Deadpool will eventually come out on top, it's unavoidable."That may be so, but I just thought it was bad writing to not give Bullseye his traditional weapons. Also, there is no way someone can throw a card into someone (no matter how well skilled) and kill them without some super-strength in their fingers. I'm not against Bullseye getting beaten up by someone other than Deadpool; I will bring up "New Ways to Die" as an example. Spiderman wins, but they portrayed Bullseye really well. I just thaught Way didn't do as well a job as Guggenheim. Not saying Deadpool couldn't win, I'm just saying we should have seen Bullseye do some real tricks.