Hawk and Dove #4

Hawk and Dove #4

Writer: Sterling Gates Artist: Rob Liefeld Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 7, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Following last issue's ultra-brawl with Condor and Swan through the halls of the White House, Hawk and Dove have more questions than answers! Luckily for them, they've taken a prisoner! But even as they begin to question him, sinister forces align with a new target in mind: Dove's boyfriend, Deadman! Can Dove protect the man she loves, or will her ghostly lover fall into darkness?

  • 10
    Fanboy Buzz - TommyZimmer Dec 23, 2011

    Sterling Gates unfortunately will be departing because, again, DC wants to take this comic in a different direction. It seems fine to me, and continually works quite well under his writing. Rob Liefeld (who will also take over the writing after Gates departure) does a fantastic job with the art adding realism along with dynamism to the story. Unfortunately, these two will be separated soon but I will continue to like the duo until then.. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Supergirl Comic Box Commentary - Anj Dec 13, 2011

    So we are getting more and more information about the mystic tapestry of the avatars and what they represent. And, for me, that is the best part of the book. I want to learn it all ... and I want to learn it all now ... but I am savoring the ride. To be honest, it reminds me a bit of the last Hawk and Dove series, the Kesel book, when we were teased for a while with glimpses of fur under Hawk's costume and wondering just what it all meant. This book remains a giddy pleasure amidst the new 52. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Dec 7, 2011

    I'm not sure what else to say about Rob Liefeld's art at this point, other than that his usual anatomical eccentricities hit a new level when dealing with characters of the non-super-human variety, as seen frequently in this issue. I'm not sure the book can ever function as the serious superhero family drama it strives to be with visuals like this. But ignoring the visuals entirely, there are some serious scripting flaws that need to be addressed. Read Full Review

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