Hawkeye #2

Writer: Fabian Nicieza Artist: Stefano Raffaele Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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THE HIGH, HARD SHAFT PART 2 A weekend trip to Myrtle Beach. A stripper running away from a tough guy. A vagabond Clint Barton getting involved. The Avenging Archer's ongoing series continues! Will stirring this beehive of life's losers lead Hawkeye to solving the problem…or will it get him stung?

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Loretta Ramirez Nov 21, 2003

    Throughout, the art is cleverly angled, sharply detailed, and appropriately moody. The action is mounting, and the dialogue is witty. Better yet, this issue follows Hawkeye as he continues to redeem himself and anyone else in need of a second chance. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 27, 2003

    A fairly entertaining issue that benefits from the simple fact that I'm a big fan of Hawkeye and his rather flippant approach to being a hero, and if nothing else this series has perfectly captured Hawkeye's personality. Now I find the plot is getting a little too complex for it's own good as Hawkeye's investigation seems to only be producing more questions rather than answers, but it hasn't reached the point where the plot is incomprehensible, and Fabian Nicieza has come up with a rather clever method of bringing all the information together, which does make the plot far easier to follow. The action is also a lot of fun, and while I'm looking forward to the return of the costume & more importantly his trick arrows, I have to give Fabian Nicieza credit for coming up with a fun dominos falling approach, where something Hawkeye does triggers a series of accidents that do his work for him. The flashback material giving us a look at Clint's childhood is also quite solid, and it has me tryi Read Full Review

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