Vol. 5, All-new Hawkeye

Book - 2015
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Hawkeye returns in an all-new book featuring superstar writer Jeff Lemire in his Marvel debut and Eisner Award-winning artist Ramon Perez, as they bring you a fresh new look into the life of everyone's favourite Avenger. With Kate Bishop, his trusted ward and protg (not titles she would use) back at his side, Team Hawkeye is thrown into an all new adventure spanning two generations of avenging archers. Past and present lives collide as Kate and Clint face a threat that will challenge everything they know about what it means to be Hawkeye. Collecting: All-New Hawkeye 1-5
Audience: T+.
Publisher: New York : Marvel, 2015.
ISBN: 9780785194033
Branch Call Number: YA Lemir
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Pérez, Ramón 1973-
Alternative Title: All-new Hawkeye


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May 22, 2018

Continues to wonderfully tell Hawkeye's story without any reliance on any of his Super Friends...the combo of Clint Barton and Kate Bishop is relateable, heartfelt, and entertaining.

lydia1879 Aug 07, 2017

This was an emotionally beautiful volume. Lemire and Perez had the difficult task of recreating Matt Fraction's Hawkeye from Matt Fraction's Hawkeye: My Life as a Weapon series, a series as well-known for its wit, honesty as much its moody purples.

And they did incredibly well.

I love Lemire's writing and forgot how good he is at writing heart-wrenching pieces until I read this book. I loved Perez's art in Clint's flashbacks, the hyper-colourful and watercolours worked so well to create a heightened feeling of nostalgia.

You don't have to have read Hawkeye: My Life as a Weapon to read this because this is Clint's backstory. This is how Clint became Hawkeye.

I can't wait to read the second volume.

KateHillier Jan 06, 2017

There is a lot of effort being made here to ease the transition from the amazing Fraction/Aja line into this new Lemire/Perez line. The art is reminiscent of it's predecessor unless we're looking at the flashback storyline and the banter and dysfunction of Kate and Clint's interactions. Still works but we're also warming up to something new - I really liked the interweaving of the flashback storyline and where we were left at volume's end

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