This third issue of the most recent Hawkeye miniseries offers a great deal of character insight, dramatic action, wonderful art, and a trainload of suspense. McCann has openly professed affection for this character, and it shines through on every page, encouraging his collaborators to submit their best work as well. I am unaware of Hawkeye's next landing spot following the next issue of this series, but for now, I've just excited that there is a next issue and I'm looking forward to that one. Read Full Review
Zemo's rationale for attacking Hawkeye over Moonstone baffles me. Moonstone's alive and crazy over in Thunderbolts. Doesn't Zemo realize this? Doesn't he read the newspapers or scan the internet? You could argue that Zemo's out to avenge his humiliation, but why then the pretense about Moonstone? Bottom line. Deathbird who never met Hawkeye until the fateful encounter in the Cross Warehouse was a far more interesting foe, and Hawkeye's comeuppance delivery to her was vastly more enjoyable. Read Full Review
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