Fabian Nicieza offers up quite a few answers in this issue, and I can't help but think that several of these ideas would've been better served by a more protracted revelation, as a couple key ideas are tossed out like throwaway ideas that we should've already have already been aware of (e.g. Justin Hammer's mystery device is a mean of controlling every super-powered operative who ever performed a job for him). A large part of the issue is also given to developing a reason for why Harrier would blame Hawkeye for his daughter's death, but the material calls upon the reader to make a jump that I found difficult to make. Still the issue does feature a fairly nice guest-appearance by the Silver Sable, and I still like the general idea that this arc is centered upon, as we see Hawkeye leading a team of villains with no real interest in redemption. There's also a couple unexpected surprises among the villains that the Crimson Cowl calls forth to defend her, and the issue has itself a pretty s Read Full Review
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