Surprisingly, the most rousing scene of the numerous thrilling moments occurs when three characters framed by Sergio Leone-styled close-ups stand still at the finale. You can almost hear the trumpets blare, the backdrop of guitars, and the chorus of sopranos. Read Full Review
I had been generally enjoying this series over the first three issues, but with this issue it has officially solidified its place on my Pull List. Jim McCann's spot on plotting and great character writing are complimented perfectly by David Lopez's engaging and exciting art in one of the more thrilling issues of the week. There are still kinks that need to be worked out, but with this issue, Hawkeye and Mockingbird has vaulted up to the echelon of Marvel's best titles. Read Full Review
Going into this issue, I'd heard a lot of great things about "Hawkeye & Mockingbird" and they're all true. McCann is writing a fun, character-driven book that throws in some great action scenes by the Lopez Brothers. Read Full Review
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