mightiness's Hawkeye: Blind Spot #1 - Sight Unseen review

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McCann Delivers

The Good
Good solid art from Paco Diaz who I really underestimated when I discovered he was an the art chores. Jim McCann really delivers fantastic characterization. He knows how the write the characters in their developed voice, nothing rarely ever seems forced. Clint's pretending to be blind was hilarious. McCann is also incredibly familiar with Hawkeye's story and history I think his run on this character may prove to be "the definitive run on Hawkeye", but only time will tell.
The Bad
Killing off Trickshot. Great character that still had plenty of potential. Zemo's motives definitely need to be explained a little further.
The Ugly
Nothing solid opening issue to a series that I have been highly anticipating.

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    Short of losing Mockingbird again, what's the worst thing that could happen to Hawkeye? How about losing his vision?  The Good Superheroes so often suffer harsh battlefield injuries without cost, I think a story focusing on Hawkeye possibly losing his sight due to a concussion is both long overdue and also ripe for some tragic drama. Diaz's art is also fantastic, thanks in great part to Morey's more analog-style coloring. There's a real weight and texture to the pages, making even Clint's medic...

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