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The Blackhawks have a brutal, apocalyptic showdown in the Eyrie against their newest, most dangerous foe. Meanwhile, Canada and Wildman enact a desperate plan to escape their captors...but escape to where?

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Soaring into Space 0

Blackhawks has been one of my favorite series in the 'New 52'. The writer knows how to write a story about war and soldiers. However, the writer also includes tons of high-tech machines. Does issue four add onto these achievements?  THE GOOD: Graham Nolan is penciling and I don't mind it. It feels a bit different to me in each issues which is strange but kinda cool. It's very sketchy and gives all the characters a different look and it's really cool. The story is what makes me like this series a...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

"I'm the trans-human woman of the future." 0

Synopsis: Wildman and Canada make their escape, while the Blackhawks deal with Titus from destroying their base.What's Good?It's been slow, but I'm starting to get a feeling for all the characters in BlackHawks: Lincoln is the level headed commander, Lady Blackhawk is the strong, determined second in command, Kunoichi is the young spunky girl who always want to prove herself to others, Irish looks like a hardass, but is a softie inside, Wildman is the logical one, and Canada...is a pilot. Okay, ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Go Blackhawks! 0

The Good: I feel like this cover should've been put on the finale of the arc, but overall it's a very nice cover. Everyone gets showcase pretty equally, and each person's in a different action pose. This is a fairly unique kind of team book. Most team books try to balance strong character emphasis evenly through all the members, but this series takes a little more of a detached approach. I almost feel like we're seeing this story through the eyes of various minor characters who never speak or ma...

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