Hawkeye & Mockingbird #5

    Hawkeye & Mockingbird » Hawkeye & Mockingbird #5 - Ghost Part 5: Let Go released by Marvel on December 2010.

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    Ghost Part 5: Let Go last edited by bloodstream on 11/30/22 06:41AM View full history

    This is it, the climactic battle you've been waiting for! They've been pushed, beaten, and nearly killed -- now Hawkeye & Mockingbird face off against their personal arch-nemesis Crossfire and the all-new Phantom Rider, in no-holds barred combat!



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    Review: Hawke & Mockingbird #5 0

    Hawkeye and Mockingbird finally corner their enemies and the desert and their disagreements about how severe an amount of force they should use might threaten to break their relationship up.  The Good Before anything else, I have to say that the scallop arrow that Hawkeye uses on Crossfire had to be the coolest, nasty trick I've probably ever seen in his arsenal. Seriously, I was going "Oooooooo" when he tangled the villain up with it... and that's rarely happened between me and a comic. I was ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Hawkeye&Mockingbird 0

    The Good   The issue had a great starting with a face-off between Hawkeye&Mocking and Phantom Rider against Crossfire and Phantom Rider who has taken over Jamie slade. The action was good when hawkeye was fighting Crossfire and using some trick arrows. The Bad The bad part for me was that some of it was a bit predictable in some ways when certain characters had bad things happen to them  The Best-moment The best moment for me was when Hawkeye takes Crossfire's cybernetic eye out. Overall It ...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Ghosts 0

    This story line is coming to an end.  It has been an interesting one so far with the past coming back to haunt Mockingbird.   We've got a some great story going, not just action.  There's a lot of interaction between the characters in this one.  Mockingbird really coming face to face with the past and trying to put them to rest... if that's possible. One of my favorite parts is the interaction between Hawkeye and Crossfire.  How he gets him tied up with his special arrows is classic.  It's inter...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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