Hawk & Dove #1

    Hawk & Dove » Hawk & Dove #1 - First Strikes released by DC Comics on November 2011.

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    Hank Hall is not happy. He's not happy to have Dawn Granger as a new partner in his war on crime. He's not happy that she's dating the ghostly Super Hero, Deadman. He's not happy to learn that someone is trying to plunge the United States into a new civil war! Now it's up to Hawk and Dove to root out the forces behind this conflict and stop them before they turn the U.S. into a wasteland! And who is the monster lurking in the shadows, watching Hawk and Dove from afar? Find out in this new series from Sterling Gates (FLASHPOINT: KID FLASH LOST) and artist Rob Liefeld (X-Force, Youngblood)!



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    Hawk and Dove #1 Ok so the only reason I'm subscribed to this title is because I loved Justice League and Justice League unlimited (the animated series). Also I read all of Brightest Day and I liked these two characters. Anyways so this first issue is about Hank (hawk) and Dawn (Dove) stopping a science terrorist's, Alexander Quirk, plans of attacking a washington monument with like a super zombie thing. Hawk and Dove are offered a partnership by Washi Watanabe with the D.C.P.D. Hawk and Dove ha...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.


    Review for Hawk & Dove.  The Story: Hawk & Dove stop a plane robbery of some sort of super zombie.  The Good: Well the action scene on the plane was nice and reminded me of Die Hard for some reason. It's nice to see that Hawk doesn't hide his identity as a superhero to his dad. Liefeld's art isn't as bad as I taught it would be.  The Bad: That still doesn't mean Im a fan of the art, it's Liefeld. The close ups on characters faces are plain ulgy to see and the damn lines on the characters...

    6 out of 7 found this review helpful.


    The Good: Yes, Rob Liefeld's art is bad. It's really bad. But at the same time, if you turn your brain down to the lowest setting, it at least looks kind of cool. But if you try to process any simple thoughts it looses it again. It was good to give us some history. I like that Hawk went to see his father, setting up a lot of information I didn't get in 26 issues of Brightest Day and 15 issues of Birds of Prey. Some elements of the plot seem interesting. The conspiracy angle is played out quite f...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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