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Avengers: Hawkeye

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  • Title: Avengers: Hawkeye
  • Author: Stan Lee Mark Gruenwald Roger Stern Steven Grant David Michelinie Mike Friedrich John Byrne Eliot R. Brown
  • ISBN: 9780785139379
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Published in March of 2009, Hardcover, 192 pages, full color Cover price 24.99 If you want additional books, I ship as many books as you want for a low flat fee.

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    1. Stan Lee Mark Gruenwald Roger Stern Steven Grant David Michelinie Mike Friedrich John Byrne Eliot R. Brown

      Stan Lee born Stanley Martin Lieber is an American writer, editor, creator of comic book superheroes, and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics.With several artist co creators, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co created Spider Man, the Fantastic Four, the X Men, Iron Man, the Hulk, Daredevil, the Silver Surfer, Dr Strange, and many other characters, introducing complex, naturalistic characters and a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books He subsequently led the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation.

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    1. I think, though can’t say with 100% certainty, that issue 1 of this 4 part mini-series by the late, great Mark Gruenwald may have been the first comic I purchased. I certainly remember perusing the back issue bins at the long gone Dark Sword Fantasy comics shop in Guelph and eagerly pulling out this one with the cover depicting a garishly purple-costumed archer and knowing it had to be mine. So started my love affair with the archer-as-superhero and the pre-eminence for me of Hawkeye in that r [...]



    2. This anthology is pretty nice, though short. I enjoyed reading about Hawkeye and how he came to be the Avenger we all know now. However, I was a bit disappointed to see that a couple of the issues in this anthology are not about Hawkeye at all, and are instead about his wife, Mockingbird. I know that she is a large part of who he is, but seeing as how this collection is called Avengers: Hawkeye and not Avengers: Hawkeye and Mockingbird, I would expect that each issue would have to do with Hawkey [...]


    3. Really enjoyed this collection, and it's definitely a must have for beginners wanting to know a bit more about Hawkeye's early days. Only knocked off a star because 2 of the 7-8 comics featured didn't have Hawkeye in them at all - they featured Mockingbird, which I enjoyed, but I was really only here for the world's greatest archer.


    4. Amazing to me how some of marvel's earliest mini-series are some of their best.I will put this, Wolverine and Hercules up against any mini coming out of marvel today.Really good story about the Avengers' resident archer going off on his own, stumbling into a mystery and connecting with other B-list super hero, Mockingbird.Yeah, the Green Arrow/Black Canary parallels are really obvious, and Gruenwald doesn't really seem to care if we notice or not and somehow it works. There is good chemistry bet [...]


    5. Gruenwald's four issue Hawkeye miniseries reaches some great heights, but it's also at times silly (not in a good way) or even patently ridiculous. Hawkeye's rock bottom, shooting arrows at a slab of concrete with a bullseye drawn on it and missing every shot was such an amazing character moment (and informs Fraction and Aja's current insta-classic standalone series), and the flirting between ol' Clint and Bobbi is adorable. Unfortunately, the main plot is asinine, and the Big Bad even worse. At [...]


    6. Having fallen in love with Clint Barton in Matt Fraction's popular series, I am going back and catching up on Hawkeye's greatest hits. This is a great place to start; it features his first appearance plus a super fun miniseries. Said miniseries shows two important moments in Clint's life: meeting/marrying Mockingbird and suffering from a hearing impairment. As a bonus, there is an Avengers story which shows how Hawkeye gets to where he is at the start of the miniseries, and two more stories fles [...]


    7. "Gosh I love arrows." <3This is quite adorable. I like both Mockingbird and Hawkeye. And this is drawn and written in a way that makes you actually really happy for those silly costumes and gadgets. They didn't feel ridiculous, they fitted well in the universe and the style of this story. Just mostly adorable superhero adorableness. With some silly or stupid things that you can totally forgive, because "GOSH I LOVE ARROWS".


    8. Not a bad introduction to Mockingbird and Hawkeye, even though Hawkeye got the only billing. For an old reprint with the garish color palette and everything, it was actually pretty readable. Pretty good writing, good enough art, characters that were interesting - though I definitely like Bobbi more than Clint. But as a team they are pretty good. Not a whole lot of depth or insight though. 3.5 of 5.


    9. Il compianto Mark Gruenwald volle tremendamente questa mini su Occhio di Falco, che terina col suo matrimonio con Bobbi Morse, Mimo. I disegni sono molto classici, con un buon Breeding alle chine, la narrazione scorre fluida senza particolari colpi di scena, ma nel complesso si difende ancora bene contro il marasma della produzione Marvel attuale.


    10. The stories themselves were probably worth four stars, or at least 3.5, but the fact that the book is called "Hawkeye" and features two stories that do not feature Hawkeye at all? Sort of a problem! (I mean, yes, they gave me a good introduction to Mockingbird, but that was not what the title of the book promised me.)


    11. Having seen the Avengers film again, I wanted to find out more about Hawkeye. And the is no where better to start. This deals with his past, and his future. And along with Mockingbird at his side, and a great deal of enemies, it's a great story.


    12. Hawkeye goes deaf because he has to use some kind of sonic arrowhead to avoid being mind-controlled into beating Mockingbird to death. Then they get MARRIED, AFTER KNOWING EACH OTHER FOR A FORTNIGHT. Because comics.




    13. Paperback edition, different cover.Hawkeye #1-4, Tales of Suspense #57, Marvel Super Action #1, Avengers #189, Marvel Team-Up #95.


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