Hawkeye #8

Hawkeye #8

Writer: Fabian Nicieza Artist: Joe Bennett, Sandu Florea Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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A LITTLE MURDER PART 2 For the Avenging Archer, "A Little Murder" means a LOT of trouble! How do you say "WMD" in Russian? Clint better learn fast, because while he's hunting down a long-lost secret of the Afghani/Russian war, a KGB assassin with a rocket in his pocket is hunting him down. An old acquaintance is neck-deep in the mess, as well...but will she turn out to be friend or foe?

  • 9.0
    Comics Bulletin - Loretta Ramirez Jun 11, 2004

    In short, Nicieza and Bennett have told a great character story, one that is fulfilling but also poignantpoignant because Hawkeyes solo adventures end here. Theres a saying: All good things must end. Apparently, Marvels editorial takes that old, tired proverb literally, so much so that they hastily bring to an end good books like HAWKEYE. Still, HAWKEYE has accomplished much in its short rundelivering superbly crafted stories, fleshing out the archers previously sketchy origins, and allowing Hawkeye to finally, albeit briefly, shine as a solo act. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 18, 2004

    He turns in his regular fine effort on this issue, as Hawkeye's various trick shots are clearly presented, and Black Widow appears as the deadly, largely unseen creature that she needs to be as she moves in and out of the shadows, while Hawkeye works to uncover the truth. Read Full Review

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