Preview: Hawkeye #9 by Fraction and Aja

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Hawkeye by Fraction and Aja continues to be the most stylish and offbeat superhero comic on the stands. In this issue, enter the women: Black Widow, Mockingbird, Spider-Woman and Kate Bishop try to figure out who’s trying to kill Clint Barton.

Can the Girlfriend, the Work-Wife, the Ex-Wife and the protégé find out who’s behind Hawkeye’s headache before it too late? There’s only one way to find out – preorder Hawkeye #9 now, bro.


 HAWKEYE #9 (JAN130720)
Written by MATT FRACTION
Art & Cover by DAVID AJA
FOC – 3/18/13, ON-SALE – 4/10/13
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Comments

  1. johnrobiethecat says:

    Hipsters unite!,,,the why-not remake of the character nobody cares about. Art does looks cool but story doesn’t…Still lets buy some Mast Bros. Chocolate, Stumptown coffee and read us some Hawkeye -about a dude who shoots arrows and just about getting some loving from the ladies ( like I’m sure the Oscar host is too?) Never hear about that type of character often enough, after he spends most of his day getting coffee for the Avengers…

  2. James says:

    I don’t know what your beef with Hawkeye is. I didn’t like him at first until he got his own series (the one seen above) and his character became more relatable. He’s always been the less-than-super hero type, but never has it been the centre of the story. The art is amazing, the writing is on the same level and it’s above popular Marvel titles such as Uncanny Avengers and Uncanny X-Force for me. I look forward to this every month. I hope they keep it up for a good long while. Not sure how reading Hawkeye makes you a hipster ._.

  3. johnrobiethcat says:

    Yeah, maybe just having a bad day….Might have paid to much for my French pressed coffee since there wasn’t a Dunkin Donuts nearby.
    The art is pretty cool. i like it too. Hawkeye, who cares. Seems to be a big year for the bow and arrow types-maybe an indication that nothing matters anymore. But its a great age for colorists, they are doing nice stuff.

    No beef really, its fine. Just tired of hipsters. Bummed when I see them in comics- track suits, retro Archie stuff and all. Just wish they made better coffee without making a big deal of it and stopped raising rents in neighborhoods. Then again, I live in Monaco to get away from all that.

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