Articles Posted in the " hawkeye " Category

  • Fan Film Gives Us the Hawkeye We Deserve

    Fans probably aren’t going to get that Hawkeye Netflix series they so desperately desire, but One Riot One Ranger Productions have the next best thing: A fan film featuring all your faves from Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye series, including Clint Barton, Kate Bishop, Lucky the Pizza Dog, and the Tracksuit Draculas. Cool huh? […]


  • FEELINGS Daily: I REALLY Want a Hawkeye Netflix Series!

    This is what Gal Gadot had to say in response to criticism that her body is not built like Wonder Woman: “When I was younger I would take criticism really hard. But now it mostly amuses me. The true amazons had one boob so it wouldn’t bother them in their archery. So it’s not going […]


  • FEELINGS Daily: It’s All About The Marvel Chris’s!

    So Carly Rae Jepsen’s new song was already super catchy but now it has a video of Tom Hanks lip syncing, which makes it an unstoppable force. Yes it’s super contrived but I am totally buying what they’re selling because I really really really really like this song. I’m the worst. I’m sorry there’s nothing […]


  • Hawkeye #21 Review: The Penultimate Issue

    (A bit overdue with this review, but better late than never.) Matt Fraction and David Aja’s first run of Hawkeye is nearing a close, and it is determined not to go gently into that good night. There is a bitterness and sense of inevitability even as the issue begins. I think I’m actually going to […]


  • Hawkeye Issue #20 Review

    After last month’s amazing issue focusing on the plight of the now deaf Clint Barton, Hawkeye #20 revolves around the darling Kate Bishop and her adventures in Los Angeles. The Avenger “in spirit” is still tangled up with Madame Masque and working as a unlicensed private eye.   Kate finds herself in jail explaining the […]


  • Review: x19 Hawkeye

    Hawkeye, vol 4, #19 has been a long overdue and does not disappoint. The September issue pick up after the events of the shooting. It’s a mostly “silent” issue, which is no stranger to Matt Fraction and James Aja, having done something similar for their Eisner Award winning Hawkeye #11 (as told from the perspective […]


  • Hawkeye: My Re-Introduction to Marvel Comics

    I have been reading comic books since I was seven years old. Though I started with DC Comics, I quickly switched to Marvel after I was given a tattered copy of West Coast Avengers. Granted not the best introduction, but I was hooked. It got so bad, I was spending much more than my allowance […]