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really liked it
all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands.
so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i’m not a superhero person, and i’ve read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic novels. i read Watchmen and X-Men: The Dark Phoenix Saga because they were assigned for one of my library-school readers’ advisory classes, and i’ve read a bunch of batman books because – batman, but as far as the rest of
it was amazing
Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you.
Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightly dickish genuis who was more interesting than the superhero aspect. He uses a similar style to give us a version of Clint Barton that relies on the character’s history instead of discarding it, yet could be picked up