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"Begun, the Clone War has"

Bullseye came out in 2005 - four years and 17 series ago (no, really). In that time, ToyBiz and Hasbro have given us 14 additional figures based on that body, an average of 3¾ "Bullseyes" a year and a new version every 1.13 series.* And that would be a truly impressive number, if Mattel's DC Universe hadn't been around for only about one year and eclipsed that with their highly generic bodies.

The list:

Those are, of course, not in order of release, but in order of the picture above. Luckily for the layout, 15 is a triangular number.

*Those numbers ignore Legendary Heroes, of which Star is a part. If you bundle those in, it's 20 series, 3¾ figures per year and three new versions every four series. Math! For your homework, figure out what the numbers would be if you counted the Spider-Man series Tarantula calls home.

Vision-Impaired Transcript

Bullseye: I don't think this is what they had in mind when they said "an army of one."

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