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Now you can find out all the intriguing details of the expert archer's chequered past! Included in this volume is the highly-acclaimed fan favourite Hawkeye mini-series by revered comic scribe Mark Gruenwald. Reprinting Tales of Suspense #57, The Avengers Volume 1 #16, and Hawkeye Volume 1 #1-4. Now you can find out all the intriguing details of the expert archer's chequered past! Included in this volume is the highly-acclaimed fan favourite Hawkeye mini-series by revered comic scribe Mark Gruenwald. Reprinting Tales of Suspense #57, The Avengers Volume 1 #16, and Hawkeye Volume 1 #1-4.


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Now you can find out all the intriguing details of the expert archer's chequered past! Included in this volume is the highly-acclaimed fan favourite Hawkeye mini-series by revered comic scribe Mark Gruenwald. Reprinting Tales of Suspense #57, The Avengers Volume 1 #16, and Hawkeye Volume 1 #1-4. Now you can find out all the intriguing details of the expert archer's chequered past! Included in this volume is the highly-acclaimed fan favourite Hawkeye mini-series by revered comic scribe Mark Gruenwald. Reprinting Tales of Suspense #57, The Avengers Volume 1 #16, and Hawkeye Volume 1 #1-4.

30 review for Hawkeye

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jose Espinosa

    Será la época, pero estas historias no me gustan. En dos semanas paso de tener el corazón roto a romperle la cara a su esposa O.o

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    Marvel's Mightiest Heroes Book 29. Three stories of the archer Avenger, beginning with his first ever appearance as an antagonist for Iron Man. The second story reveals how Hawkeye goes from enemy of the Avengers to one of their members when the original roster decides to take a leave of absence. The final story jumps ahead to Hawkeye setting out on his own, independent of the Avengers, and encountering the former spy Mockingbird. I've always been a Hawkeye fan, although I know the character gets Marvel's Mightiest Heroes Book 29. Three stories of the archer Avenger, beginning with his first ever appearance as an antagonist for Iron Man. The second story reveals how Hawkeye goes from enemy of the Avengers to one of their members when the original roster decides to take a leave of absence. The final story jumps ahead to Hawkeye setting out on his own, independent of the Avengers, and encountering the former spy Mockingbird. I've always been a Hawkeye fan, although I know the character gets a lot of flak for being a bit silly in concept (I think it's because I used to read a lot of 'Avengers Spotlight' and 'Avengers West Coast' as a kid). Here we find out that the reason he's a bit cartoonish in concept is that he genuinely did start out his career as a circus act. Admittedly that doesn't explain his choice of purple costume, however. Despite being a Hawkeye fan though, I have to say that this book didn't really hit the mark (pun intended) for me. The first story sees him try to be a superhero like Iron Man and immediately get mistaken for a criminal, so he decides to lean into an attack Iron Man more or less just because Black Widow is hot and told him to. It's either very lazy writing or Clint Barton is a complete moron controlled entirely by his crotch-instincts. The second of Lee's stories here, 'The Old Order Changeth', is little more than an extended explanation for why Iron Man, Giant Man and Wasp all simultaneously decide to retire from the Avengers and why former villains Hawkeye, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch are allowed to immediately step in and take their place. Honestly, I felt really sorry for Captain America, who returns from South America (although Lee needs to brush up on his zoology, because that's not where you find boa constrictors or leopards) to find this has all been decided in his absence. Really it's a non-event of a story that serves just to introduce a new Avengers roster and not much else. The third story, written and part-illustrated by Gruenwald, is a much more interesting Hawkeye story. It actually explores the character a bit, tackling his feelings of being overshadowed by the Avengers, as well as his repeated bad decisions when it comes to women. It makes for a nice theme of this world-famous superhero trying to overcome his deep-seated insecurities. However, although it explores some interesting themes, the overall story of a new supervillain sending assassins after Hawkeye and Mockingbird is pretty much straight out of the cookie mould. * More reviews here: https://fsfh-book-review2.webnode.com/ *

  3. 5 out of 5

    July

    Meh.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Λάμπρος Βέλλος

    Boring :(.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lukáš Muchka

    Retro, ale taky docela fajn. Líbila se mi hodně Mockingbird

  6. 4 out of 5

    Mallory

    Hawkeye's flair for the dramatic is one of my favorite things. So angsty. So many man-tears. So much stupid. I love him. Hawkeye's flair for the dramatic is one of my favorite things. So angsty. So many man-tears. So much stupid. I love him.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Graham van der Made

    Hawkeye is the subject of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes issue 4. He’s an Avenger without any superpowers; he’s just good at what he does. The reader is first introduced to Hawkeye in an issue of Tales of Suspense (#57). This issue revolves around Iron Man and Hawkeye battling each other. Hawkeye, seeing how Iron Man saves civilians from an out-of-control carnival ride, decides he wants to be like him. Upon donning his new crime-fighting persona, Hawkeye is mistaken for a common criminal and then trick Hawkeye is the subject of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes issue 4. He’s an Avenger without any superpowers; he’s just good at what he does. The reader is first introduced to Hawkeye in an issue of Tales of Suspense (#57). This issue revolves around Iron Man and Hawkeye battling each other. Hawkeye, seeing how Iron Man saves civilians from an out-of-control carnival ride, decides he wants to be like him. Upon donning his new crime-fighting persona, Hawkeye is mistaken for a common criminal and then tricked by Black Window into fighting Iron Man. The next issue (The Avengers #16) deals with Hawkeye joining the Avengers. Several core members would like to disband from the group and have a break, but they first need replacements. As fate would have it, Hawkeye approaches the Avengers at the right time and explains himself. The final story – making up the bulk of this collected graphic novel – is the self-titled Hawkeye, a four-issue limited series. We finally learn a little more about the great archer and he is now portrayed as rounded character: a betrayed man, who’s broken away from The Avengers to do the right thing on his own. The writer has tried to make him comedic with wise cracks, but they fall flat. What I find interesting about this book are the years the stories are published. The first two came out in the 1960s, while the four issue series was published in the first half of the 1980s. This means ones of Hawkeye’s best stories wasn’t published in the 21st century – a change from previous books in this line. Unlike the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes books we’ve looked at so far we’re able to see a gradual progression in both storytelling and artwork and not jump ahead several decades. The four part series is decidedly less campy than the first two issues. This graphic novel offers a better jumping off point for character development than the earlier ones in the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes series. We’re not only shown his first appearance and first joining of a team, but his first stand-alone series. For once I’m delighted a more recent storyline wasn’t included.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sarah-Jayne Briggs

    (This review may contain spoilers). I figured I should read one of this collection that was waiting... Hawkeye's an interesting character in the Marvel universe, or so I've come to realise by reading his collection of comics in this book. I find it pretty cool that he's able to fight alongside those with superhuman abilities, despite the fact that he's human himself. It was good to see Clint's first comic and the titular ones - where he became a member of the Avengers and as he set off on his own a (This review may contain spoilers). I figured I should read one of this collection that was waiting... Hawkeye's an interesting character in the Marvel universe, or so I've come to realise by reading his collection of comics in this book. I find it pretty cool that he's able to fight alongside those with superhuman abilities, despite the fact that he's human himself. It was good to see Clint's first comic and the titular ones - where he became a member of the Avengers and as he set off on his own adventures. I liked the origin of how Clint chose to be a superhero and I found him a character fairly easy to relate to. It was good to see brief appearances of the others - particularly Captain America in his 'civilian' clothes. It seems that Hawkeye has a lot of bad luck with the ladies (though that seems to be true of all the superhero guys... and probably the girls, too). It was good to see glimpses of his past and to read about his relationship with his brother, though there seems to be a lot of devastating things that happen to him as well... I felt this was a good collection of the comics and again, it was interesting to see how the artwork changed over the years. Currently, I'm glad I subscribed to this collection.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Hikaoru

    We're introduced to Mr. Hawkeye as a gullible ladies' man and Black Widow as a damsel in distress in Tales of Suspense (1957) #57. Her exact word was, "Hawkeye, save me" while doing the swooning thing, granted she WAS flailing because of a bomb. Welp, it's a comic from the 60s. Not much of a fan of this one. In The Avengers (1963) #16 is a bit of a redemption arc, Hawkeye proving his worth to the Avengers, still professing his love to Black Widow. The movies always show that they're simply bestie We're introduced to Mr. Hawkeye as a gullible ladies' man and Black Widow as a damsel in distress in Tales of Suspense (1957) #57. Her exact word was, "Hawkeye, save me" while doing the swooning thing, granted she WAS flailing because of a bomb. Welp, it's a comic from the 60s. Not much of a fan of this one. In The Avengers (1963) #16 is a bit of a redemption arc, Hawkeye proving his worth to the Avengers, still professing his love to Black Widow. The movies always show that they're simply besties though. Others are also following his footsteps in joining the Avengers. I can't believe Pietro calls the mutants Homo Superior *snickers* and also the fact that Iron Man's alter ego is a kept secret. The main story for this volume is a story between Hawkeye and Mockingbird. Somehow, he left the Avengers making a life for himself. We get more back story of Clint but as a bookworm, I hate to say this but I miss Clint from the movies.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ondra Král

    Přečetl jsem svoje první "červené UKK" a jsem nadšen. O tomhle příběhu jsem se dozvěděl z West Coast Avengers (kde pokračuje linie s Mockinou) a chtěl si ho přečíst. A ejhle, on přišel sám. Ač je zápletka docela obyčejná, Gruenwaldovi postava Hawkeye perfektně sedla a dostal jsem víc, než jsem čekal. Za komiks dávám 4/5. No a pak tu je tuna bonusů, TOP příběhy, historie Hawkeye, vznik příběhu... lepší bonusy jsem setsakra dlouho neviděl (dobře, viděl v New Frontier, ale to byla deluxka za litr). A Přečetl jsem svoje první "červené UKK" a jsem nadšen. O tomhle příběhu jsem se dozvěděl z West Coast Avengers (kde pokračuje linie s Mockinou) a chtěl si ho přečíst. A ejhle, on přišel sám. Ač je zápletka docela obyčejná, Gruenwaldovi postava Hawkeye perfektně sedla a dostal jsem víc, než jsem čekal. Za komiks dávám 4/5. No a pak tu je tuna bonusů, TOP příběhy, historie Hawkeye, vznik příběhu... lepší bonusy jsem setsakra dlouho neviděl (dobře, viděl v New Frontier, ale to byla deluxka za litr). A za ně dostává Hawk i tu pátou hvězdu. Chci víc červeného UKK!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dony Grayman

    Los Héroes más poderosos de Marvel, tomo 7. Traduce Tales of Suspense #57, Avengers #16 y Hawkeye (vol. I) #1-4 y varias páginas de extras. Edición impresa en España pero corregida en Argentina (por Loris Ziggiotto) y distribuida acá, en Perú, y aparentemente en otros países vecinos.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Variaciones Enrojo

    Séptimo tomo de Los Héroes más poderosos de Marvel, historias dedicadas a Hawkeye.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Katka Heřmanová

    Kdo mě zná, ví, jak miluju Hawkeye. A bylo fajn vidět ho zase jednou v hlavní roli komiksu, i přes ten prastarej směšnej obleček, ale... No, něco mi tu prostě do pěti hvězdiček chybělo...

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sisi Hidayatullah

  15. 4 out of 5

    Doctordonna

  16. 5 out of 5

    Hernán Godoy

  17. 5 out of 5

    Emon Panton

  18. 4 out of 5

    Silvia

  19. 4 out of 5

    Gaby

  20. 5 out of 5

    Okorie Chinemerem

  21. 5 out of 5

    Tyler Hoskins

  22. 5 out of 5

    พิชนันท์ แพทยวงศ

  23. 4 out of 5

    Ľubomír Duško

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mujtaba Hasan

  25. 4 out of 5

    Yash Malik

  26. 4 out of 5

    Muchomůrka

  27. 5 out of 5

    Prem

  28. 5 out of 5

    Matt

  29. 5 out of 5

    Verybigdreamer

  30. 5 out of 5

    František Vondrák

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