Hawkeye #4

Writer: Fabian Nicieza Artist: Stefano Raffaele Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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Hawkeye's Myrtle Beach mystery spirals out of Clint's control just as the little Southern secret worth hundreds of millions of dollars was coming into focus. What was the "Unity Pact" that bound a group of Vietnam vets together, and is the answer still a world away in Laos? The only way for Clint and a motley band of misfits to find out might be to go on a little road trip!

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Loretta Ramirez Jan 30, 2004

    Great attention, in fact, is given in every detail of this issue by both Nicieza and Raffaele. In art, pacing, characterization, and themethis is a thoughtful story that begins with a boy missing his bus and ends with a man embarking on a mission. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Feb 1, 2004

    I complained in an earlier review that Fabian Nicieza was offering up a situation that was too complicated, and I'd like to take this opportunity to take back that complaint, as while he's offered up a plot that's more complex than we normally see, he's also done a very impressive job of clearly laying out the plot, thanks in large part to the amusing plot recaps that are provided by the hot tub gossip gang. The issue also does a pretty solid job of lining all its pieces on the board, so by the end of the issue it's clearly understood what all the characters are looking to accomplish, and while I still feel Hawkeye's role in this story is poorly motivated, I'll concede that this argument could be made about many stories. Still, I hope the next arc offers up a situation that does a better job of establishing why Hawkeye would take such a vested interest in the plot. Still, Fabian Nicieza does a belated job of establishing this reason, as it would look bad for him to walk away now, given Read Full Review

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