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"She watches everything and she can do it. She's a perfect mimic. And she fights just like all of your friends."
Dreykov to Natasha Romanoff[src]

Antonia Dreykov (Russian: Антония Дрейкова) is the daughter of General Dreykov. Having been gravely injured during an assassination attempt on her father, Antonia had her mind and body controlled by a chip, which imbued her with uncanny photographic reflexes that allow her to mimic the fighting techniques of other individuals, turning her into Taskmaster. Becoming the Red Room's commander, Taskmaster had been ordered by her father to track down Yelena Belova, who had taken their Red Dust and could free the other Black Widows. This put Taskmaster on a collision course with the person who nearly killed her years earlier, Natasha Romanoff. However, once Romanoff had killed Dreykov and destroyed the Red Room Academy, Taskmaster became exposed to the Red Dust, freeing her mind from Dreykov's control and allowing her to then escape the Red Room in order to rebuild her life.


Early Life[]

Raised by General Dreykov[]

Antonia Dreykov was born to General Dreykov, leader of the Red Room. Unlike many other young girls, whom Dreykov would encounter throughout his life, Antonia was not forced to go through the Red Room Academy and be trained to become a skilled assassin and a member of the Black Widows. Instead, Antonia was actually allowed to attend a school while living in Budapest, and maintained a close relationship with her father.[1]

Budapest Operation[]

"Dreykov's daughter. You killed her."
"I had to. I needed her to lead me to Dreykov. Dreykov's daughter was collateral damage."
Yelena Belova and Natasha Romanoff[src]
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Dreykov visiting her father in his office

Following a day at school, Antonia Dreykov had gone to visit her father at his office in Budapest, where she happily ran up the stairs to greet her father, who was still working at that moment. However, not long after she had arrived, a bomb was detonated in the office, causing a massive fireball, caused by Black Widow and Hawkeye, who were attempting to assassinate Dreykov.

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Dreykov is almost killed in an explosion

Despite being right in the middle of the fireball, Antonia and her father barely survived the explosion, with Antonia's face becoming severely disfigured by the flames, much to her father's disgust.[1] Believing her targets dead, Romanoff was haunted by the apparent death of Antonia for years.[3] In order to save Antonia's life and stop her agonizing pain from the damage that she had sustained, Dreykov had inserted a chip into the back of her neck, nulling her senses and giving Dreykov complete control of her.[1]

Transformed into Taskmaster[]

"When your bomb exploded, it nearly killed my Antonia. I had to put a chip in the back of her neck. In the back of her neck. Look at her. You find it difficult to look at her? I do."
Dreykov to Natasha Romanoff[src]

Having survived the bombing that Natasha Romanoff and Clint Barton had arranged, Antonia had her emotions and senses disrupted by the chip that Dreykov had inserted into her head. With her under his complete control, Dreykov put his daughter through the Red Room, where he discovered that she had a skill for mimicry, and could recreate her enemies' movements by simply studying them closely enough. Over the years, Antonia would successfully complete her training at the Red Room Academy, becoming Dreykov's finest assassin.

However, as Dreykov remained disgusted by the burns covering his daughter's face, he had provided her with her suit, including a mask to hide her scars and identity, which also provided her with a HUD to assist with combat. Antonia was given the code name of Taskmaster, becoming the head of the Black Widows, under Dreykov's command, who would only send her on the most important missions. To become the superior assassin, Taskmaster would watch footage of the Avengers in combat, studying their fighting styles, in order to mimic them in combat.[1]

Red Room Assassin[]

Given Her Next Assignment[]

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Taskmaster watching the Avengers fight

Lerato to Taskmaster[src]

Having learned that Yelena Belova had come across the Red Dust during a mission to assassinate Oksana, and had subsequently escaped with it, General Dreykov chose to recruit Taskmaster to get the Red Dust back. While Taskmaster had been preparing for her next mission by watching video footage of the fight between Hawkeye and Black Panther, she was interrupted by Lerato, who installed new information into Taskmaster's helmet about the mission.[1]

Ambush on Natasha Romanoff[]

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Taskmaster blocking Black Widow's shots

Taskmaster was deployed in Norway to intercept Natasha Romanoff's transportation of the Red Dust. Taskmaster first attacked the spy by blasting her vehicle off the road with an explosive projectile and proceeded to approach her, but raised her shield to deflect sudden gunfire, then hurled it at the spy and wedged it in her car window before the latter could shoot again in order to obscure her vision. She then retrieved her shield and flipped off of Romanoff's car while blocking more gunfire, until she decided to disarm her of her pistol with a kick.

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Taskmaster analyzing Black Widow's moves

After attempting to throw her shield at Romanoff again, the spy attempted to subdue her with her traditional head-scissor throw, but Taskmaster used the same technique against her, resulting in the both of them lying on the ground. Taskmaster kip-upped into a fighting position nearly identical to Romanoff, much to the latter's bewilderment.

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Taskmaster lunging towards Black Widow

As Taskmaster attempted to collect the Red Dust from the crashed car, Romanoff used a grappling hook to tie a wire around her leg, launching Taskmaster into the air. However, Taskmaster then proceeded to use her sword to cut herself free, leaping down behind Romanoff, just as she was attempting to take the Red Dust for herself. Although Romanoff was able to use the shield to defend herself, Taskmaster was able to kick her off the bridge, before discovering that the Red Dust had been taken.[1]

Chase for the Red Dust[]

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Taskmaster chases Romanoff and Belova

Taskmaster eventually managed to track down Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova in Budapest, where she and her team of Black Widows ambushed them and began chasing them through the streets. With Romanoff and Belova using a motorbike to drive through the streets, Taskmaster chased them in an armored car, plowing through the other cars in an attempt to catch up. Eventually, Romanoff and Belova got away from Taskmaster, crashing their motorbike in the process.

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Taskmaster draws an explosive arrow

With Romanoff and Belova managing to steal a car, Taskmaster continued to chase them down, as she managed to drive behind them, before getting out of the roof to get a better look. Taskmaster had then armed herself with her Bow and Arrows, as she used her HUD to line up the perfect shot, before shooting an explosive arrow underneath their car, which caused Romanoff and Belova to crash, rolling their car down a flight of stairs and into train station.


Taskmaster pursues Romanoff and Belova

Taskmaster proceeded to get out of her armored car and followed her targets into the train station, witnessing them pulling themselves out of the crashed car and attempting to flee. As Taskmaster then observed Romanoff and Belova leaping down the stairway, she proceeded to launch her shield after them, which was thrown perfectly down the stairs, and barely missed her targets, becoming embedded in a support beam, while Taskmaster still continued to follow her targets.


Taskmaster loses Romanoff and Belova

Getting to the bottom of the stairs, Taskmaster had then lost sight of her targets, but observed a trail of blood, left behind by the wounded Belova. Taskmaster followed this blood trail, which led her to a manhole cover, which she assumed they had used to get away. Taskmaster then stepped through the manhole, and chased down Romanoff and Belova, only to discover that this had been a deception, and Romanoff and Belova had been able to find another way to escape from Taskmaster.[1]

Capturing the Targets[]

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Taskmaster arriving to capture her targets

Taskmaster was contacted by Melina Vostokoff, informing her that Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova had come to her home to seek information against the Red Room, as well as attempting to learn Dreykov's location. Following Vostokoff's lead, Taskmaster led her team of agents into Vostkoff's home, where they found swiftly found and captured Red Guardian, who had been swiftly subdued with multiple tranquilizers being shot directly into his chest.

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Taskmaster enters Melina Vostokoff's home

With Taskmaster arriving onboard her Aircraft, she stepped inside the home, where she discovered that Vostokoff had already managed to subdue both Romanoff and Belova, having taken them off guard and used her Widow's Bite to electrocute them both. Once Taskmaster entered, Vostokoff stepped forward, suggesting that they bring Romanoff, Belova and Red Guardian back to the Red Room Academy, where they could be interrogated and then executed by Dreykov.[1]

Secrets Revealed[]

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Taskmaster stands in Dreykov's office

"What? You want to make her feel better? You want to tell her you’re sorry? Well, you should have thought of that before you blew her face off."
Dreykov to Natasha Romanoff[src]

Having successfully captured her targets, Taskmaster had taken them back to the Red Room Academy, where she put Red Guardian and Natasha Romanoff into their cells. Taskmaster had then returned to General Dreykov's office, where he was greeted by Melina Vostokoff, as Taskmaster stood by while Dreykov and Vostokoff discussed what would happen to Yelena Belova, who was due to be killed during their experimentations on her mind controlling.

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Taskmaster threatening Natasha Romanoff

However, during the discussion, Taskmaster had then witnessed Dreykov removing the Photostatic Veil from Vostokoff, revealing her to actually be Romanoff in disguise, as part of her attempt to assassinate Dreykov. Although Taskmaster responded by immediately drawing her gun, she was ordered to stand down by Dreykov. Taskmaster then stood by, as Dreykov and Romanoff discussed her past, including the death of Romanoff's mother, which Dreykov showed no sympathy for as he mocked her.

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Taskmaster revealing her actual identity

In response, Romanoff asked Dreykov if he felt anything when his daughter was seemingly killed when she and Clint Barton had bombed Dreykov's Office, unaware of her survival. As the result, Dreykov then turned to Taskmaster, and ordered her to remove her helmet, revealing her identity and horrifically scarred face to Romanoff, who was shocked at the revelation, while Dreykov explained how they were able to survive the explosion, and how she turned into the Red Room's most skilled assassin.

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Taskmaster being ordered to kill the traitors

Seeing Romanoff's reaction to Taskmaster's identity, Dreykov had mocked her by asking if she intended to apologize to her, noting that it would not make her feel better. Dreykov had also admitted that he was disgusted by his daughter's burns, which was why he kept her identity hidden behind her helmet. Knowing that Red Guardian was working with Vostokoff and Belova to sabotage the Academy, Dreykov sent Taskmaster to assassinate them, as Taskmaster left Romanoff and Dreykov alone.[1]

Battling Red Guardian[]

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Taskmaster prepares to fight Red Guardian

"There's nothing for me to do, and I want to, I want to break something!"
"There's something you can break."
Red Guardian and Melina Vostokoff[src]

Following the orders of Dreykov, Taskmaster went to confront Red Guardian and Melina Vostokoff, who had managed to get out of their cells, and were discussing the next step of their plan to bring down the Red Room Academy. While Vostokoff left them alone, Taskmaster faced Red Guardian, who got ready to fight, while Taskmaster drew her claws, based on Black Panther's designs, and they began to fight.

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Taskmaster fighting against Red Guardian

During their clash, Taskmaster threw her shield at Red Guardian, who managed to block it, before Taskmaster drew her knife and began slashing at him, using tactics copied from Winter Soldier. Despite Red Guardian's superior strength, Taskmaster was able use his tactics against him, throwing Red Guardian through a glass wall, before reclaiming her shield and continuing the fight, striking Red Guardian repeatedly, and throwing her shield at his back.

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Taskmaster being locked inside of the cell

With Red Guardian struggling to get back onto his feet, Taskmaster walked up behind him and got him into an arm lock, before drawing a hidden blade from her suit, which she attempted to stab into the back of Red Guardian's neck. However, before she could deliver the final blow, Taskmaster was unexpectedly tackled by Vostokoff, who threw Taskmaster into one of the cells and locked her inside, leaving Taskmaster furiously punching at the protective glass, angered by the defeat.[1]

Destruction of the Red Room[]

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Taskmaster watches Natasha Romanoff

"I'm not going to leave you here."
Natasha Romanoff to Taskmaster[src]

Taskmaster was left inside her cell by Melina Vostokoff, as she witnessed the Red Room Academy beginning to fall out of the sky and explode. However, Taskmaster was eventually discovered by Natasha Romanoff, who told Taskmaster that she could not allow her to die in the academy, despite knowing that Taskmaster would attempt to kill her. Ignoring the way Taskmaster furiously punched at the protective glass, Romanoff opened the cell door and allowed her to walk free.

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Taskmaster is freed by Natasha Romanoff

Taskmaster had then stepped out of her cell, and prepared to attack Romanoff, determined to finally get her revenge for the bombing that had scarred her face and destroyed her life. However, before Taskmaster could attack and kill Romanoff, an explosion caused the ceiling between them to collapse, which in turn destroyed the floor underneath Taskmaster, causing her to fall to the level below, while Romanoff was then able to make her escape from the exploding academy.[1]

Freedom from Control[]

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Taskmaster fighting against Black Widow

"Is he gone?"
―Taskmaster to Black Widow[src]

With the Red Room Academy falling from the sky, Taskmaster eventually caught up with Natasha Romanoff, who had just saved Yelena Belova from falling to her death, as they both floated towards the ground with a parachute. Determined to kill Romanoff, Taskmaster had leapt off the academy, and dived towards her, armed with her sword, as Romanoff then let go of Belova as she prepared to fight against Taskmaster in midair, using some of the falling debris from the academy to attempt to slow her fall.

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Taskmaster prepares to fight Black Widow

Taskmaster dived directly at Romanoff, causing them to smash through a falling glass wall while Romanoff punched at her and avoided her sword. As the pair grappled in midair, Romanoff was able to pull Taskmaster's parachute just in time, as the pair awkwardly crash landed on the ground. Getting back onto her feet, Taskmaster had then armed herself with her sword and prepared to kill Romanoff, as the pair grappled for control over the sword, with Romanoff managing to take it from Taskmaster.

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Taskmaster grapples against Black Widow

Although Romanoff still refused to kill Taskmaster, dropping the sword on the ground, due to the guilt she felt for almost killing her in Budapest, Taskmaster remained determined and furiously grabbed Romanoff by the throat and attempting to strangle her. However, Romanoff was able to break free from Taskmaster's grip, and managed to get behind her, pressing buttons on Taskmaster's suit, which caused her helmet to come off, before Romanoff threw Taskmaster down to the ground.

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Taskmaster being freed with the Red Dust

However, before Taskmaster could strike at Romanoff again, Romanoff broke the final vial of Red Dust, causing the powder to hit Taskmaster in the face, freeing her from her mind control. Taskmaster then froze in mid-punch, staring in shock and amazement at Romanoff, having finally regained control of her mind again. Dropping to the ground, Antonia reached out to Romanoff, questioning if Dreykov was dead, which Romanoff confirmed, as he had been killed in an earlier explosion.

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Taskmaster questioning if Dreykov is dead

With Dreykov dead and the Red Room destroyed, Antonia was unsure what she would do next. They were then rejoined by the surviving members of the Widows, who had also been freed from Dreykov's mind control. Having been given the opportunity to build new lives for themselves, the Widows took Antonia into their care, with Lerato helping Antonia onto her feet, and bringing her onboard the plane they used to escape before the authorities had arrived.[1]


Prior to her injuries sustained in the Budapest Operation, not much is known of Antonia's true personality. Once her father Dreykov subjected her to the Red Room, Antonia was devoid of all personality and repurposed into what he saw as his "greatest weapon" during her brainwashing, carrying out orders with sharp proficiency. When freed from Dreykov's control, Antonia begged Romanoff to know if Dreykov was gone, showing she loathed being controlled by her own father.

Powers and Abilities[]


"He can mimic anyone he's ever seen. It's like fighting a mirror."
Yelena Belova to Natasha Romanoff[src]
  • Photographic Reflexes:
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    Taskmaster mimicking Black Widow

    By viewing how another person fights, Taskmaster is able to perfectly replicate his or her fighting style and movements. She is able to retain this information and use previously replicated fighting styles against different opponents, and can virtually predict her enemies' attacks. Taskmaster has been shown to copy the fighting styles of Captain America, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Black Panther, Winter Soldier, and Spider-Man. While she can replicate a style, she cannot copy any innate powers, and she can still be hampered if she does not have access to the same equipment, such as her version of Captain America's shield. She also does not copy the dominant hands of the individuals, as Hawkeye and Black Widow are left-handed, while she is a right-handed archer. This ability is thanks to the electronic chip implanted in her neck, and is augmented by the HUD in her helmet.
  • Enhanced Strength: Taskmaster also has artificially elevated strength from the chip in her neck, which allowed her to send Black Widow and Red Guardian back long distances with her strikes. She could also throw her shield with enough force for it to embed itself into metal beams.

Replicated Skills[]

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Captain America
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Taskmaster copied Captain America's skill with his shield, even owning one herself. She can throw her shield with force and accuracy, and even stomp on it to make it return to her grip similar to what Rogers did after his fight in an elevator.
Black Widow
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Taskmaster copied Black Widow's agile martial arts techniques and gymnastic maneuvers, as she was seen watching footage of the Infiltration into Hammer Industries Headquarters.
Taskmaster copied Hawkeye's skill with a bow and arrow, as she was seen watching him fight Black Panther during the Clash of the Avengers.
Black Panther
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Taskmaster copied Black Panther's claw-based fighting style, as seen when she fought the Red Guardian.
Winter Soldier
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Taskmaster copied the Winter Soldier's knife-wielding skills, as seen when she fought the Red Guardian in a manner similar to the duel between the former and Captain America in Washington, D.C.. She even replicated his knife flip.


  • Master Martial Artist:
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    Taskmaster fighting against Red Guardian

    Having studied and copied the fighting styles of most of the Avengers during their battle at the airport, primarily Black Widow, Captain America, and Black Panther, Taskmaster became an extremely skilled and formidable hand-to-hand combatant and martial artist, surpassing all other Widows, making her one of the most dangerous and deadliest fighters on the planet. She was able to fight Black Widow twice, defeating her the first time, though was cured of her brainwashing during the second fight. She even defeated and almost killed the super-soldier Red Guardian. During her first duel with Black Widow, she effortlessly reversed the latter's head-scissor throw. While mimicking Black Panther, she utilized razor-sharp claws and his swiping techniques against Red Guardian.
  • Shield Mastery:
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    Taskmaster throwing her shield at Black Widow

    Having studied and copied the fighting style of Captain America, Taskmaster is highly skilled at using a shield in combat, and throwing it with deadly precision. She used her shield to deflect gunfire from Black Widow, and she was able to accurately throw it down an escalator to reach her. Against Red Guardian, she used the shield's blunt edges to strike him. Like Captain America, she can stomp on the shield's edge to flip it into her hands.
  • Knife Mastery: Having studied and copied the fighting style of Winter Soldier, Taskmaster is highly skilled at using a knife in combat. This is seen during the fight against Red Guardian. She also attempted to stab Red Guardian with retractable blade in her gauntlet before being flung into a cell by Melina Vostokoff.
  • Sword Mastery: Taskmaster is highly skilled at using a sword in combat, best demonstrated during both fights against Black Widow. She was able to cut a trick wire around her leg before it pulled her all the way up.
  • Master Marksman:
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    Taskmaster launching an explosive arrow

    Having studied and copied the marksmanship of Hawkeye, Taskmaster is an extremely skilled marksman, with very accurate aim when using a bow, with additional features like an explosive device. She was able to overturn Romanoff and Belova's vehicle by ricocheting an explosive arrow from the ground to underneath their vehicle. Her skill extends to firearms, as she was later prepared to shoot Romanoff with her revolver until her father ordered her to stand down.
  • Master Acrobat: Having studied and copied the gymnastic feats of Black Widow, Black Panther, Spider-Man, Captain America, Winter Soldier, and Hawkeye, Taskmaster become an extremely skilled master gymnast, acrobat and aerialist, being able to perform highly acrobatic feats during fights. This can be seen in her fights against Black Widow and Red Guardian.
  • Master Spy: Taskmaster is highly skilled in espionage, stealth, disguise, infiltration, and demolitions, surpassing all other Widows.
"You just sent away the one thing that would stop me from killing you."
Black Widow to Dreykov[src]
  • Master Assassin: Serving as Dreykov's personal enforcer, Taskmaster is the best assassin in the Red Room, surpassing all other Widows. Therefore, Taskmaster would only be sent on the most important and dangerous missions, often being tasked to track and eliminate the defectors from the Red Room.
  • Bilingualism: Taskmaster is fluent in her native Russian, and understands English.



  • Shield:
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    Taskmaster blocking gunfire

    Taskmaster carried a metallic circular shield similar to the one used by Captain America. The shield is retractable and magnetically attached to Taskmaster's gauntlets. The shield is made of a durable bulletproof material and shaped aerodynamically so that it can be thrown. Upon ambushing Natasha Romanoff to obtain the Red Dust, Taskmaster used her shield to block Romanoff's gunshots, before attempting to launch the shield at her. Taskmaster would later use the shield during her clash against Red Guardian, only to be defeated and have Red Guardian steal the shield.
  • Sword: Taskmaster carried a collapsible single edged sword similar in appearance to a katana or ninjato sword. The sword is stored on the back compartment of the suit. Upon being tied up with Romanoff's grappling hook, Taskmaster drew her sword to cut herself free, before continuing to battle against Romanoff. Taskmaster would also use her sword, as she attempted to kill Romanoff following the destruction of the Red Room Academy, using it to slow her fall from the crashing base by grinding it through the debris. Upon landing on the ground, Taskmaster continued using the sword against Romanoff, until she was disarmed and had Red Dust thrown in her face, ending her brainwashing.
  • Bow:
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    Taskmaster aiming at Romanoff and Belova

    Taskmaster carried a blue and orange foldable composite bow similar to the one used by Hawkeye, which was used to fire an explosive arrow to overturn Romanoff and Yelena Belova's vehicle. Taskmaster was able to use her helmet's HUD display to ensure that she would have the perfect shot with the bow.
    • Explosive Arrows: Taskmaster carried explosive arrows like Hawkeye, which was used to overturn Romanoff and Belova's vehicle, managing to get the perfect shot under their car, causing it to crash.
  • Chiappa Rhino: Taskmaster had this revolver holstered on her right thigh. Taskmaster drew this gun on Black Widow to protect Dreykov, only for Dreykov to order her to put it away, due to his knowledge that Black Widow would not actually be able to kill him.
  • Combat Knife: Taskmaster carried a tanto style combat knife on her which was used during her fight against Red Guardian.

Other Equipment[]

  • Suit: Taskmaster wore a hooded tactical armored suit when operating on missions. The helmet is retractable and can be removed by a button on the right gauntlet.
    • HUD: Taskmaster's mask has a heads-up display which analyzes battlefield data. Using this HUD, Taskmaster was able to predict her opponents' movement patterns, which she used against Natasha Romanoff during their first confrontation, allowing her to able to overpower Romanoff with ease. Taskmaster would later use the HUD to assist with her aim while using her bow to shoot at Romanoff and Yelena Belova's car, finding the perfect moment to shoot underneath the car and cause it to crash.
    • Retractable Claws:
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      Taskmaster unleashes her retractable claws

      Taskmaster's gloves contain retractable metal claws similar to those of Black Panther, which were used against Red Guardian.
    • Retractable Gauntlet Blade: Taskmaster's left gauntlet contains a retractable blade similar to the ones used by Crossbones which was used in an attempt to kill Red Guardian. However, Melina Vostokoff managed to attack and entrap Taskmaster before she could kill Red Guardian with the blade.


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Behind the Scenes[]

  • Andy Lister was a stunt double and the in-suit performer for Olga Kurylenko in the role of Taskmaster. Daren Nop, Amy Sturdivant, Eniko Fulop and Agel Aurélia were also stunt doubles for Kurylenko in the role.
  • An early draft for Black Widow did feature Taskmaster as Tony Masters like in the comic books, but his inclusion was scrapped as the film was meant to be a spy thriller with Dreykov as the main antagonist while dealing with the mystery of who Dreykov's daughter was, leading Eric Pearson to merge Taskmaster and Dreykov's daughter into the same character.[5]


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