Hawkeye, you’ve been gone too long… Matthew and Stephen sit down to review Hawkeye #13 to see if it still packs the same punch it did when issue 12 arrived back in July.
Go west, young lady! Kate Bishop heads to Los Angeles – to get away from New York, life, and Clint Barton – but NOT trouble! But Madame Masque is hanging out at poolside with the rich and famous as well! Who is Kate Bishop? Find out alongside Kate Bishop herself as a wild new status quo comes to Hawkeye.
Or – “The Wave Of Comics’ Future.”
Hawkeye has been a revelation from the very first issue, with experimentation in terms of story structure, art and narrative. This issue promises something completely different, as the entire issue is told from the point of view of Lucky the Pizza Dog. Will the experiment pay off? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Matthew and Stephen have fallen in love with Hawkguy… and then stuff happens that is ominous.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Hawkeye #9 by Matt Fraction and David Aja, that you can check out, after the jump.
Will it be Hawkeye? Marvel wants to know!
When an artist has been knocking it out of the park on a title it is sad to watch them leave, but what if an equally as talented artist were to fill that spot? Not it’s not as sad. Well put away your tissues because even though David Aja is taking a two issue break from Hawkeye, Black Bettle creator Francesco Francavilla will be taking over the art duties!
Or – “The Continuing Adventures Of Hawk-Guy!”
With most of Marvel’s titles coming out more often than just once per month, it’s getting a bit difficult to keep up with everything going on. I still haven’t read even a single issue of Indestructible Hulk, and I’ve only skimmed #1 of the new Captain America series, but I unequivocally will NOT let myself fall behind on this book, Marvel’s best ongoing series in several years. Will #6 hold up the winning streak? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “Okay… This Looks Bad.”
Matt Fraction’s impeccable writing on Immortal Iron Fist a few years ago has given him almost unlimited carte blanche to get me reading his projects. He followed that by doing the impossible and making Iron Man palatable after the Civil War debacle, and has been making the adventures of Clint Barton (often mocked as the most ridiculous of the Avengers, thanks to his super-power of “archery”) into must-read material. How will he pull Hawkeye & Hawkeye’s fat out of the fire after last month’s cliffhanger? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Totally digging the new Hawkeye series from Marvel, and if you are digging on it too, check out the sneak peek for issue #6 that arrives in December.
Marvel has announced that issue 7 of Hawkeye is getting a guest artist to tell two tales that tie into the recent Hurricane Sandy event.
Or – “The Book I Never Knew I Always Wanted To Read.”
I ain’t gonna mince words: This’n is good. But as for HOW good?
Your Major Spoilers review awaits!