Hawkeye

Hawkeye

Vol. 6, Hawkeyes

Book - 2016
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Hawkeye and Hawkeye take aim at another season - but this time there's a twist! Arrows fly across two eras as a rift stretches across time, bringing old man Clint and a wiser Kate back together to chase down mistakes from their past. But as the reluctantly reunited Team Hawkeye struggle to rebuild trust, things get messy when their mission brings them face-to-face with the Mandarin! As tomorrow's Kate reunites with two former Young Avengers teammates, today's Clint finds himself estranged from his partner and paying a visit to his brother Barney. COLLECTS ALL-NEW HAWKEYE 1-6
Audience: T+.
Publisher: New York : Marvel, 2016.
ISBN: 9780785199465
Branch Call Number: YA Lemir
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Pérez, Ramón 1973-
Alternative Title: Hawkeyes

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Waluconis
Feb 28, 2018

Reading an updated story with Hawkeye shows how believably well Marvel develops its characters and generally leans away from icons, which remains a problem with many DC characters. That being said, Hawkeye's beard sure brings Green Arrow to mind. Back to this book, Hawkeye was in one of the first Marvel comics I read (over 50 years ago - OMG, as scary for me as it is for you). Jeff Lemire, one of my favorite writers since "Essex County", explores Clint's relationship with the current Hawkeye and moves along a snappy interesting tale, certainly a worthwhile evening's read. Ramon Perez does an amazing job using different styles for different time eras in the story. Part of the story contains the usual (so I don't think this a spoiler) bleak future ahead for the Marvel Universe.

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duane767
Mar 27, 2017

Marvel has done a great job at making the character of the female Hawkeye her own interesting entity. Kate Bishop may be the brightest shining star that has emerged from the Young Avengers. Jeff Lemaire is a great writer when it comes to archers, it would seem (his Old Man Logan is pretty good, too).

KateHillier Jan 24, 2017

We pick up here right after the end of volume 5. It's thirty years into the future and Clint has been out of the game and hasn't spoken to Kate Bishop in 15 years. Kate, however, has been very active and is only calling Clint in because of a need to take care of something when they should have taken care of it a decade and a half before. While this is happening we flip back to present day and watch as Kate tries to figure out her place away from Clint and Clint deals with how to operate without her.

I wasn't sure I was going to like this but found I really did. An expected twist happened later, which didn't bother me, but the ending really clinched it for me. In the future timeline the pair of them are still natural teammates even when it's been so long and there's so much baggage. It almost felt like a Fraction story here for some reason too, even as we got a peek into Kate's childhood like we did with Clint in the previous volume.

More please.

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Keogh
Sep 24, 2016

In a story crossing back and forth in time between the present and a possible future, the Hawkeyes try to repair their frayed partnership. The art's a bit sketchy, but the writing works well.

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