|“||Somewhere out there, we all got a bullet with our name on it.||„|
|~ Deadshot, Shield.|
He was portrayed by Bradley Stryker.
In the middle of the street, Deadshot spotted Clark Kent and Cat Grant through a red digital-tracking lenscape on his right eye, and shot a straightforward bullet (passing and missing over structure and person it could come in contact with) to Cat’s car, which had exploded upon ignition. However, Clark was able to save Cat.
Receiving orders, Deadshot made preparations for Clark to test him even more. Deadshot is shown in his warehouse, which is filled with various types of guns and bullets. He talks to someone on the phone about not letting targeted people walk away.
The caller says it was just a test and making sure they were after the right target. Deadshot finishes engraving a name on a bullet, "CLARK KENT", revealing that Clark was the real target they were trying to kill.
He found Cat at the bus station trying to leave town. As he was aiming to strike the final blow, Clark got there in time to stop him and save her. But unbeknownst to him, Deadshot had implanted a tracking mark in his skin using the bullet that "scraped" him using blue kryptonite.
Deadshot joined Flag and Chloe Sullivan in saving the Justice League heroes from the VRA. While Flag, Chloe and Oliver worked on getting the League out of the virtual reality, Deadshot took watch outside. When Chloe was caught by the VRA and almost killed, Deadshot saved her by shooting the two VRA members tasked with the job of executing her.
Powers and Abilities
Expert Marksman: As a proficient marksman, Deadshot can handle weapons, particularly guns, as well as can use them very accurately because of the electronic-eye patch he wears. Peak Agility: As a slender and thin young man, Deadshot is extremely dexterous and can maneuver very accurately.
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the television series Smallville and its tie-in and comic book series, Smallville and Smallville Season 11. It is an adaptation of Floyd Lawton/Deadshot. The original character was created by David Vern Reed and Lew Sayre Schwartz and first appeared in Batman #59.
- This was the first live-action version of Floyd Lawton.