Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon

Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon

The breakout star of this summer's blockbuster Avengers film, Clint Barton - aka the self-made hero Hawkeye - fights for justice! With ex-Young Avenger Kate Bishop by his side, he's out to prove himself as one of Earth's Mightiest Heroes! SHIELD recruits Clint to intercept a packet of incriminating evidence - before he becomes the most wanted man in the world. You won't be The breakout star of this summer's blockbuster Avengers film, Clint Barton - aka the self-made hero Hawkeye - fights for ...

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Title:Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon
Author:Matt Fraction
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ISBN:Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon Reviews

  • karen
    Aug 15, 2015

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

  • Kemper
    Sep 19, 2013

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

  • Shelby *trains flying monkeys*
    Apr 30, 2014

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

  • Ronyell
    Mar 05, 2014

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

  • Terry
    Jun 10, 2013

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

  • Ashley
    Aug 14, 2013

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

    There's a ton of good buzz surrounding Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. It's deserved. The stories are fun, light on continuity, and filled with great dialog and action. The art is almost deceptively simple, but thankfully crystal clear. I never wondered what was going on in any particular pan...

    [4.5 Stars] I will definitely be continuing this series! ...

    i dont know anything about the current marvel universe so i definitely was a little bit lost but for the most part i really enjoyed this! the colors especially were gorgeous and of course i loved the issue told from the pov of lucky the dashing and heroic pizza-dog!! ...

    Who is Hawkeye outside of the Avengers? What does Clint Barton do when he's not being Hawkeye? Apparently start lots of fights, shell out tons of cash, hang out with young Avenger Kate Bishop, and also be a total smartass. Each issue is a sort of stand-alone thriller with Clint ...

  • Anne
    Aug 17, 2013

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

  • Mike
    Dec 13, 2012

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

  • Wil Wheaton
    Aug 14, 2013

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

  • Jeannette Nikolova
    Jun 16, 2016

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

    There's a ton of good buzz surrounding Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. It's deserved. The stories are fun, light on continuity, and filled with great dialog and action. The art is almost deceptively simple, but thankfully crystal clear. I never wondered what was going on in any particular pan...

    [4.5 Stars] I will definitely be continuing this series! ...

    i dont know anything about the current marvel universe so i definitely was a little bit lost but for the most part i really enjoyed this! the colors especially were gorgeous and of course i loved the issue told from the pov of lucky the dashing and heroic pizza-dog!! ...

    Who is Hawkeye outside of the Avengers? What does Clint Barton do when he's not being Hawkeye? Apparently start lots of fights, shell out tons of cash, hang out with young Avenger Kate Bishop, and also be a total smartass. Each issue is a sort of stand-alone thriller with Clint ...

    *** Review Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon on Kati's Bookaholic Rambling Reviews *** http://katisbookaholicramblingreviews... Alright I will admit I really don't know a lot about the marvel universe and I absolutely don't now a lot about Hawkeye, but I wanted to give this gr...

    Hawkeye is like the Aquaman of the Avengers, everyone wants to shit on him. But this first volume in a standalone series chronicling what Hawkeye does when he?s NOT Avenger-ing is about as fun and compelling as comics get. In a word: Great! ...

    Volume 1 of Hawkeye: My Life as a Weapon is a collection of short stories rather than one long story-line. In these stories, we see Hawkeye as we goes along on his day-to-day life with a few hiccups along the way. My favourite storyline was a series of conflicts with a local Russian ...

    Day 3 of the 7 consecutive days of comic book reviews on the WondrousBooks blog. I am usually not as zen about anything. Ever. (Sorry, I'm from the Balkans.) But I have reached my most zen moment as far as comic books come: All comic books have something cool in them, but they are n...

  • MLE
    Apr 01, 2015

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

    There's a ton of good buzz surrounding Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. It's deserved. The stories are fun, light on continuity, and filled with great dialog and action. The art is almost deceptively simple, but thankfully crystal clear. I never wondered what was going on in any particular pan...

    [4.5 Stars] I will definitely be continuing this series! ...

    i dont know anything about the current marvel universe so i definitely was a little bit lost but for the most part i really enjoyed this! the colors especially were gorgeous and of course i loved the issue told from the pov of lucky the dashing and heroic pizza-dog!! ...

    Who is Hawkeye outside of the Avengers? What does Clint Barton do when he's not being Hawkeye? Apparently start lots of fights, shell out tons of cash, hang out with young Avenger Kate Bishop, and also be a total smartass. Each issue is a sort of stand-alone thriller with Clint ...

    *** Review Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon on Kati's Bookaholic Rambling Reviews *** http://katisbookaholicramblingreviews... Alright I will admit I really don't know a lot about the marvel universe and I absolutely don't now a lot about Hawkeye, but I wanted to give this gr...

    Hawkeye is like the Aquaman of the Avengers, everyone wants to shit on him. But this first volume in a standalone series chronicling what Hawkeye does when he?s NOT Avenger-ing is about as fun and compelling as comics get. In a word: Great! ...

    Volume 1 of Hawkeye: My Life as a Weapon is a collection of short stories rather than one long story-line. In these stories, we see Hawkeye as we goes along on his day-to-day life with a few hiccups along the way. My favourite storyline was a series of conflicts with a local Russian ...

    Day 3 of the 7 consecutive days of comic book reviews on the WondrousBooks blog. I am usually not as zen about anything. Ever. (Sorry, I'm from the Balkans.) But I have reached my most zen moment as far as comic books come: All comic books have something cool in them, but they are n...

    I went into this hoping for, you know, a Hawkeye comic, but it felt like Hawkeye played second fiddle for a lot of the book. I didn't know who Kate was, and frankly didn't really care. I wanted to know more about Hawkeye after watching the Avengers, and this book still left me wanting....

  • Brandon
    Sep 20, 2013

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

  • Bradley
    Sep 04, 2015

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

  • Mely
    Dec 21, 2012

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

  • Sesana
    Aug 15, 2013

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

    There's a ton of good buzz surrounding Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. It's deserved. The stories are fun, light on continuity, and filled with great dialog and action. The art is almost deceptively simple, but thankfully crystal clear. I never wondered what was going on in any particular pan...

  • Danger
    Jul 01, 2018

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

    There's a ton of good buzz surrounding Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. It's deserved. The stories are fun, light on continuity, and filled with great dialog and action. The art is almost deceptively simple, but thankfully crystal clear. I never wondered what was going on in any particular pan...

    [4.5 Stars] I will definitely be continuing this series! ...

    i dont know anything about the current marvel universe so i definitely was a little bit lost but for the most part i really enjoyed this! the colors especially were gorgeous and of course i loved the issue told from the pov of lucky the dashing and heroic pizza-dog!! ...

    Who is Hawkeye outside of the Avengers? What does Clint Barton do when he's not being Hawkeye? Apparently start lots of fights, shell out tons of cash, hang out with young Avenger Kate Bishop, and also be a total smartass. Each issue is a sort of stand-alone thriller with Clint ...

    *** Review Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon on Kati's Bookaholic Rambling Reviews *** http://katisbookaholicramblingreviews... Alright I will admit I really don't know a lot about the marvel universe and I absolutely don't now a lot about Hawkeye, but I wanted to give this gr...

    Hawkeye is like the Aquaman of the Avengers, everyone wants to shit on him. But this first volume in a standalone series chronicling what Hawkeye does when he?s NOT Avenger-ing is about as fun and compelling as comics get. In a word: Great! ...

  • Lindsey Rey
    Feb 14, 2015

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

    There's a ton of good buzz surrounding Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. It's deserved. The stories are fun, light on continuity, and filled with great dialog and action. The art is almost deceptively simple, but thankfully crystal clear. I never wondered what was going on in any particular pan...

    [4.5 Stars] I will definitely be continuing this series! ...

  • Sercan Vatansever
    Jul 26, 2015

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

  • Katiria
    Sep 08, 2017

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

    There's a ton of good buzz surrounding Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. It's deserved. The stories are fun, light on continuity, and filled with great dialog and action. The art is almost deceptively simple, but thankfully crystal clear. I never wondered what was going on in any particular pan...

    [4.5 Stars] I will definitely be continuing this series! ...

    i dont know anything about the current marvel universe so i definitely was a little bit lost but for the most part i really enjoyed this! the colors especially were gorgeous and of course i loved the issue told from the pov of lucky the dashing and heroic pizza-dog!! ...

    Who is Hawkeye outside of the Avengers? What does Clint Barton do when he's not being Hawkeye? Apparently start lots of fights, shell out tons of cash, hang out with young Avenger Kate Bishop, and also be a total smartass. Each issue is a sort of stand-alone thriller with Clint ...

    *** Review Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon on Kati's Bookaholic Rambling Reviews *** http://katisbookaholicramblingreviews... Alright I will admit I really don't know a lot about the marvel universe and I absolutely don't now a lot about Hawkeye, but I wanted to give this gr...

  • Jesse (JesseTheReader)
    Feb 20, 2016

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

  • Courtney
    Aug 02, 2013

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

    There's a ton of good buzz surrounding Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. It's deserved. The stories are fun, light on continuity, and filled with great dialog and action. The art is almost deceptively simple, but thankfully crystal clear. I never wondered what was going on in any particular pan...

    [4.5 Stars] I will definitely be continuing this series! ...

    i dont know anything about the current marvel universe so i definitely was a little bit lost but for the most part i really enjoyed this! the colors especially were gorgeous and of course i loved the issue told from the pov of lucky the dashing and heroic pizza-dog!! ...

    Who is Hawkeye outside of the Avengers? What does Clint Barton do when he's not being Hawkeye? Apparently start lots of fights, shell out tons of cash, hang out with young Avenger Kate Bishop, and also be a total smartass. Each issue is a sort of stand-alone thriller with Clint ...

    *** Review Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon on Kati's Bookaholic Rambling Reviews *** http://katisbookaholicramblingreviews... Alright I will admit I really don't know a lot about the marvel universe and I absolutely don't now a lot about Hawkeye, but I wanted to give this gr...

    Hawkeye is like the Aquaman of the Avengers, everyone wants to shit on him. But this first volume in a standalone series chronicling what Hawkeye does when he?s NOT Avenger-ing is about as fun and compelling as comics get. In a word: Great! ...

    Volume 1 of Hawkeye: My Life as a Weapon is a collection of short stories rather than one long story-line. In these stories, we see Hawkeye as we goes along on his day-to-day life with a few hiccups along the way. My favourite storyline was a series of conflicts with a local Russian ...

  • Patty
    Sep 17, 2015

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

    There's a ton of good buzz surrounding Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. It's deserved. The stories are fun, light on continuity, and filled with great dialog and action. The art is almost deceptively simple, but thankfully crystal clear. I never wondered what was going on in any particular pan...

    [4.5 Stars] I will definitely be continuing this series! ...

    i dont know anything about the current marvel universe so i definitely was a little bit lost but for the most part i really enjoyed this! the colors especially were gorgeous and of course i loved the issue told from the pov of lucky the dashing and heroic pizza-dog!! ...

    Who is Hawkeye outside of the Avengers? What does Clint Barton do when he's not being Hawkeye? Apparently start lots of fights, shell out tons of cash, hang out with young Avenger Kate Bishop, and also be a total smartass. Each issue is a sort of stand-alone thriller with Clint ...

    *** Review Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon on Kati's Bookaholic Rambling Reviews *** http://katisbookaholicramblingreviews... Alright I will admit I really don't know a lot about the marvel universe and I absolutely don't now a lot about Hawkeye, but I wanted to give this gr...

    Hawkeye is like the Aquaman of the Avengers, everyone wants to shit on him. But this first volume in a standalone series chronicling what Hawkeye does when he?s NOT Avenger-ing is about as fun and compelling as comics get. In a word: Great! ...

    Volume 1 of Hawkeye: My Life as a Weapon is a collection of short stories rather than one long story-line. In these stories, we see Hawkeye as we goes along on his day-to-day life with a few hiccups along the way. My favourite storyline was a series of conflicts with a local Russian ...

    Day 3 of the 7 consecutive days of comic book reviews on the WondrousBooks blog. I am usually not as zen about anything. Ever. (Sorry, I'm from the Balkans.) But I have reached my most zen moment as far as comic books come: All comic books have something cool in them, but they are n...

    I went into this hoping for, you know, a Hawkeye comic, but it felt like Hawkeye played second fiddle for a lot of the book. I didn't know who Kate was, and frankly didn't really care. I wanted to know more about Hawkeye after watching the Avengers, and this book still left me wanting....

    Source: Library So...I feel like I'm the black sheep on this one. Everyone seemed to have enjoyed Hawkeye Vol. 1. Me on the other hand, not so much. I didn't think it would be possible to DNF this but I just had to. First off, I really did NOT enjoy the artwork. The drawings had suc...

  • Jeff
    Oct 11, 2013

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

  • Oliver Flores
    Feb 26, 2015

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

    There's a ton of good buzz surrounding Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. It's deserved. The stories are fun, light on continuity, and filled with great dialog and action. The art is almost deceptively simple, but thankfully crystal clear. I never wondered what was going on in any particular pan...

    [4.5 Stars] I will definitely be continuing this series! ...

    i dont know anything about the current marvel universe so i definitely was a little bit lost but for the most part i really enjoyed this! the colors especially were gorgeous and of course i loved the issue told from the pov of lucky the dashing and heroic pizza-dog!! ...

    Who is Hawkeye outside of the Avengers? What does Clint Barton do when he's not being Hawkeye? Apparently start lots of fights, shell out tons of cash, hang out with young Avenger Kate Bishop, and also be a total smartass. Each issue is a sort of stand-alone thriller with Clint ...

    *** Review Hawkeye, Volume 1: My Life as a Weapon on Kati's Bookaholic Rambling Reviews *** http://katisbookaholicramblingreviews... Alright I will admit I really don't know a lot about the marvel universe and I absolutely don't now a lot about Hawkeye, but I wanted to give this gr...

    Hawkeye is like the Aquaman of the Avengers, everyone wants to shit on him. But this first volume in a standalone series chronicling what Hawkeye does when he?s NOT Avenger-ing is about as fun and compelling as comics get. In a word: Great! ...

    Volume 1 of Hawkeye: My Life as a Weapon is a collection of short stories rather than one long story-line. In these stories, we see Hawkeye as we goes along on his day-to-day life with a few hiccups along the way. My favourite storyline was a series of conflicts with a local Russian ...

    Day 3 of the 7 consecutive days of comic book reviews on the WondrousBooks blog. I am usually not as zen about anything. Ever. (Sorry, I'm from the Balkans.) But I have reached my most zen moment as far as comic books come: All comic books have something cool in them, but they are n...

    I went into this hoping for, you know, a Hawkeye comic, but it felt like Hawkeye played second fiddle for a lot of the book. I didn't know who Kate was, and frankly didn't really care. I wanted to know more about Hawkeye after watching the Avengers, and this book still left me wanting....

    Source: Library So...I feel like I'm the black sheep on this one. Everyone seemed to have enjoyed Hawkeye Vol. 1. Me on the other hand, not so much. I didn't think it would be possible to DNF this but I just had to. First off, I really did NOT enjoy the artwork. The drawings had suc...

    Yeesh, there's already a new Hawkeye series out. Ha. Obviously I'm very late to the party here. I put a little extra mustard on this review: Reading this I realized a few things about Hawkeye, one of which is that he's a blonde dude. I had totally forgotten that Hawkeye is supposed ...

  • autumn
    Feb 16, 2018

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

    There's a ton of good buzz surrounding Matt Fraction's Hawkeye. It's deserved. The stories are fun, light on continuity, and filled with great dialog and action. The art is almost deceptively simple, but thankfully crystal clear. I never wondered what was going on in any particular pan...

    [4.5 Stars] I will definitely be continuing this series! ...

    i dont know anything about the current marvel universe so i definitely was a little bit lost but for the most part i really enjoyed this! the colors especially were gorgeous and of course i loved the issue told from the pov of lucky the dashing and heroic pizza-dog!! ...

  • Will M.
    Jun 19, 2014

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

  • Terence
    Dec 22, 2015

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

  • Alienor ✘ French Frowner ✘
    Feb 09, 2015

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

  • Logan
    Apr 02, 2017

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...

    Actual rating : 3.5 stars ? Why did I find this hilarious? ? ? Because Clint Barton has the best bad ideas ? Because Captain America calls him. Okay, ONCE. Whatever. ? Because BOOMERANG. Oh, yeah, that's the moment where you pretend to understand w...

    I believe this will be my first time writing a review for graphic novels. I firmly believe that graphic novels need the same attention and effort given to regular novels. From now on, I'll be reviewing more graphic novels. Hawkeye is probably the most hated avenger, and I used to be...

    Introduction: Now, I will admit that when I first heard about Marvel launching their ?Marvel NOW? line (which is similar to DC doing their ?New 52? reboot, except that ?Marvel NOW? is not a reboot), I was a bit hesitant about reading any of the comic books from thi...

    Hawkeye is the best comic story in a decade. ...

    "Hawkeye became the greatest sharpshooter known to man. He then joined The Avengers. This is what Hawkeye does when he's not being an Avenger. That's all you need to know." This is the quote that starts the volume. I have to say my general best case scenario when it comes to Hawke...

    3 ? 3.5 stars Ok, so as Hawkeye?s number 1 fan it?s a little surprising that it?s taken me this long to get to this critically acclaimed series starring comicdom?s greatest archer (shut up Ollie!) Matt Fraction and David Aja make a great team as they take a peek into the ?...

    This book demands multiple readings. On the first read-through it just works so smoothly that it's easy to miss the exquisite creative relationship between Fraction and Aja. I'm leaving this to fester in my subconscious for another month or two before I pore over it again - I just c...

    I guess everyone is right. There is some quality storytelling here that lets me forget the middling art and drops me right into the very real pathos and snark that is a pretty damn interesting Hawkeye. Though, if I'm going to be utterly honest, I think I like his little sidekick...

    When I walked out of the theatre after watching The Avengers last year, I was too blown away by the awesomeness of The Hulk to even remember Jeremy Renner?s performance as Clint Barton (a.k.a.Hawkeye; a.k.a. the guy with the arrows). His role as a member of Earth?s Mightiest Heroes...

    This contains the first five issues of Fraction & Aja's Hawkeye series, a clever, quippy, sometimes unexpectedly moving grunge noir comedy of a superhero comic. It is notable for the intricacy of the structuring and the superlativeness of the art and layouts -- they are both comple...

    Benim gibi 'çizgi roman alaca??m ama hemen bitecek, unutulup gidecek diye k?yam?yorum parama' diyenler okusun özellikle bunu. Çok zevkliydi. Kronolojisi farkl? dizilmi? kitaba. Ayr?ca o kadar uzun ki çizgi roman serileri, böyle k?sa/yeni ba?layan seriler bulunca kaç?rma...

    Really enjoyed this one! So almost everybody I know praises this series to no end; and for the most part this one lived up to it! So the story is basically a week in the life of Hawkeye kind of thing; and turns out ya Hawkeye has a life outside the Avengers, who knew? I really like how...

  • Jan Philipzig
    Jul 25, 2016

    WHY DID IT TAKE ME SO LONG TO PICK THIS UP?! Hawkeye is the best! This was loaded with action & humor. All I need when it comes to comics tbh. Also Kate Bishop is bae. ...

    all right, all right, all right. anne is correct in all things and maybe hawkeye can be interesting, in the right hands. so, anne was kind enough to bully me into reading a hawkeye book. i'm not a superhero person, and i've read very little in the way of superhero-based graphic nov...

    Hey, Marvel. Instead of massive crossovers and killing off major characters as publicity stunts, do more like this. Please and thank you. Hawkeye seems like an odd character for Matt Fraction to do after his acclaimed run on Invincible Iron Man where he wrote Tony Stark as a slightl...

    My library actually got in a bunch of new graphic novels. So I was really excited to pick this one up because 1. Avengers 2. This guy Clint Barton AKA Hawkeye is pretty cool. Even though he doesn't have the powers that the other Avengers have at their disposal. He has a boom...

    I'd been looking forward to reading this for so long, that I think I had a little mini-anxiety attack when I realized I was looking at it. I mean, all the cool kids had already read it. And here it was, in my hands! I. Was. Cool. Then I opened it up. And I shit you not, my fi...

    If someone had told me that one of the best graphic novel collections of the past year would be about Hawkeye (the Avenger, not the M.A.S.H character), I would have scoffed. Hawkeye? Really? The bow and arrow dude with a big mouth and identity issues. Meh! Well, true believers, they...

    ?Okay... This Looks Bad... ... You cowboy around with the Avengers some. Guys got, what, armor. Magic. Super-powers. Super-strength. Shrink-dust. Grow-rays. Magic. Healing factors. I?m an orphan raised by carnies. Fighting with a stick and a string from the Paleolithic era. So w...