Hawkeye: My Life as a Weapon #1

    Hawkeye: My Life as a Weapon » Hawkeye: My Life as a Weapon #1 - Volume 1 released by Marvel on March 2013.

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    Volume 1 last edited by mshirley27 on 12/10/21 12:04AM View full history

    Fraction. Aja. Hawkeye. Kate Bishop. Cars. Guns. And videotape. The breakout star of this summer's blockbuster Avengers film, Clint Barton - a.k.a. the self-made hero Hawkeye - fights for justice?and good rooftop BBQs! And with ex-Young Avenger Kate Bishop by his side, he's out to get some downtime from being one of Earth's Mightiest Heroes! Matt Fraction and David Aja (IMMORTAL IRON FIST) reunite to tell the ongoing tales of the Arrow-Avenger. Barton and Bishop mean double the Hawkeye and double the trouble! Plus: Relive Kate's first meeting with Clint, as she learns wanting something can be miles away from actually earning it. Collecting HAWKEYE (2012) #1-5 and YOUNG AVENGERS PRESENTS #6.


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    Hawkeye Vol.1 My Life As A Weapon 0

    This book is a beautiful take on the iconic thief turned hero. The art in this book is just stunning and so is the comical yet intriguing writing of Matt Fraction. This book also shows the close relationship between Clint and Kate in the multiple adventures they partake in. One of my personal favorites in the book is the issue where Clint needs to label all his arrows and has a countdown of mistakes he made in the day. This issue made me laugh and feel joy in the action parts, especially the boo...

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    A Winner 0

    I don't like Hawkeye in the bits of classic and 90s Avengers I've read. So far I've only liked him as Ronin in New Avengers. After that I wanted to give him another try with another series recommended on Hawkeye's bio page on this site. I was intrigued on page 2 and didn't let go til the end. Awesome humanly portrayal of him out of costume with the emotional spectrum of annoyance to compassion. I want more of this series.The narrative jumps between two points in time of the same day, but the dif...

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    The Solo adventures of Hawkeye! 0

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their “Marvel NOW” line (which is similar to DC doing their “New 52” reboot, except that “Marvel NOW” is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from this line because: 1) I did not like the direction that Marvel was taking some of their franchises (X-Men in particular).2) Since I have not been reading Marvel Comics (or DC comics for that...

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