Hawkeye & Mockingbird #1

    Hawkeye & Mockingbird » Hawkeye & Mockingbird #1 - Ghosts, Part 1 released by Marvel on August 2010.

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    Ghosts, Part 1 last edited by bloodstream on 11/30/22 06:40AM View full history

    Hawkeye, the world’s greatest marksman is back—and reunited with the world's most dangerous super-spy, Mockingbird—in an all-new ongoing series! The deadly duo defied every obstacle to make their way back to each other and put together the all new WCA team—but now the one thing that divided them years before has returned to haunt them: the Phantom Rider! This ancient enemy is out to destroy all our heroes hold dear, and is teaming with Clint Barton’s arch-nemesis, the obsessed assassin Crossfire, to do it! Writer Jim McCann and penciler David Lopez, the team behind the acclaimed New Avengers: The Reunion, reunite to aim the spotlight and crosshairs on Marvel’s terrorist-targeting tandem, delivering a monthly dose of classic threats, new enemies, shocking allies, unexpected twists and dysfunctional dynamics in the Mighty Marvel Manner!



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    Hawkeye and Mockingbird are back together 0

      Cover The art is great on the cover and I really like how mockingbird looks like in this cover.  I picked up this issue because the cover in the comic book store jumped out at me. Story Hawkeye and Mockingbird are getting shot at and they defeat the shooters. Hawkeye and Mockingbird get what was being stolen and one of the bad guys runs away and Hawkeye and Mockingbird go after him. The bad guy gets shot. Hawkeye finds out that it is Crossfire.   While the EMTs come for the wounded guy the ow...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    Hawkeye & Mockingbird Issue 1 0

    One year ago Mockingbird came back to life. Now, for little ol' me, I had never read anything with her or anything. She had died when I was only one and a half years old. The passing mention every now and then gave me an idea that she existed though. When New Avengers Reunion came out last year, I couldn't read it as a result, because as much as I love Clint Barton, I didn't care about Mockingbird (And I didn't like the art, which I now retract). Having now read it though, gotta say, I was excit...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    It was just okay... 0

    I was actually really pumped about this first issue, as I'm a huge Hawkeye fan, and New Avengers has really turned me on to Mockingbird since she's been back. But for some reason, the story they're telling here just fell flat to me. Basically giving them an all new, independent support team, an obvious foil for Hawkeye, and Crossfire(really?) as the villain just kinda took me out of it all. Of course, we've got a bit of a callback to the Phantom Rider fracas....for some reason, and it all just f...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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