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by Javier Pulido,Francesco Francavilla,Jesse Hamm,Matt Fraction

eBook Hawkeye, Vol. 2: Little Hits download ISBN: 0785165630
Author: Javier Pulido,Francesco Francavilla,Jesse Hamm,Matt Fraction
Publisher: Marvel; First Edition edition (July 30, 2013)
Language: English
Pages: 136
ePub: 1856 kb
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Rating: 4.7
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Category: Comics
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Steve Lieber (Illustrator), Francesco Francavilla (Illustrator), Jesse Hamm (Illustrator) & 3 more.

Steve Lieber (Illustrator), Francesco Francavilla (Illustrator), Jesse Hamm (Illustrator) & 3 more. Book 2 of 4 in the Hawkeye (Marvel Now) Series.

Matt Fritchman (born December 1, 1975), better known by the pen name Matt Fraction, is an Eisner Award-winning American comic book writer, known for his work as the writer of The Invincible Iron Man, The Immortal Iron Fist, Uncanny X-Men, and Hawkeye for Marvel Comics, an. .

Matt Fritchman (born December 1, 1975), better known by the pen name Matt Fraction, is an Eisner Award-winning American comic book writer, known for his work as the writer of The Invincible Iron Man, The Immortal Iron Fist, Uncanny X-Men, and Hawkeye for Marvel Comics, and Casanova and Sex Criminals for Image Comics. Matt Fraction was born December 1, 1975 in Chicago Heights, Illinois. As a child, he developed an affinity for telling stories, and he enjoyed reading comic books and strips.

Hawkeye, Vol. 2 book. Little Hits is another strong entry into Fraction’s acclaimed Hawkeye series. If you haven’t been reading this, you’re missing out. As great as Matt Fraction’s work on Hawkeye has been so far, I can’t help but feel this was all a part of a plan to have the character’s name changed to Hawkguy, which I’m 100% in support of. Oh, and to also introduce Pizza Dog as the next Avenger. At the urging of Spider-man and Wolverine, Clint Barton (. a Hawkeye/Hawkguy) decides to take some time to himself over the holidays to repair his battle-damaged personal life.

by Matt Fraction · David Aja · Javier Pulido · Francesco Francavilla . and good rooftop BBQs!

by Matt Fraction · David Aja · Javier Pulido · Francesco Francavilla · Steve Lieber · Jesse Hamm · Annie Wu · Alan Davis · Mark Farmer · Matt Hollingsworth · Paul Mounts · Chris Eliopoulos · Cory Petit. and good rooftop BBQs! With Young Avenger Kate Bishop by his side, he'. Hawkeye, Volume 2.

Hawkeye: Little Hits. David Aja Francesco Francavilla Jesse Hamm Steve Lieber Javier Pulido. Art by: David Aja Francesco Francavilla Jesse Hamm Steve Lieber Javier Pulido.

The breakout star of this summer’s blockbuster AVENGERS film and 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!Matt Fraction & David Aja (IMMORTAL IRON FIST) reunite to tell the on-going tales of the Arrow-Avenger!

And Hawkeye gets very, very distracted. Written by: Matt Fraction.

And Hawkeye gets very, very distracted confusing.

Hawkeye Vol. 2: Little Hits. Collects Hawkeye (2012). Francesco Francavilla. Collects Hawkeye (2012) Ace archer Clint Barton faces the digital doomsday of - DVR-Mageddon! Then: Cherry's got a gun. And she looks good in it. And Hawkeye gets very, very distracted.

At times, the issues feel like they should all be read one right after the other. but then, there are moments where Matt Fraction and his artists clearly want you to take a break between issues. It can be maddening to figure out the proper pace of reading.

Artist David Aja returns to the most critically acclaimed comic of 2012, as ace archer Clint Barton faces the digital doomsday of - DVR-Mageddon! Then: Cherry's got a gun. And she looks good in it. And Hawkeye gets very, very distracted. Plus: Valentine's Day with the heartthrob of the Marvel Universe? This will be...confusing. Marvel architect Matt Fraction continues his exciting, adventurous reinvention of the arrowed Avenger!COLLECTING: Hawkeye 6-11
Comments: (7)
Dranar
...and does so in interesting and mostly entertaining ways.

I was first turned on to the new Hawkeye run by a friend of mine who normally doesn't read supers comics at all. His interest piqued my curiosity and I decided to give it a go. For the most part, I was pleasantly surprised.

Picking up where Vol 1 left off, freshly rich after ripping off Kingpin, et al., Hawkeye tries to take a break but ends up being sucked back into the orbit of the jinxed femme fatale from his previous adventure... much to the annoyance of every other woman in his life, from Black Widow to his ex-wife (Mockingbird) to the "new" Hawkeye.

Honestly, the neo-noir storyline is probably the weakest part of the volume, as most of the strength of the book are the little details. Be it the quirky relationship that Clint develops with his new tenants (after taking over his building from the Russian mob last book), the constant "bro"-alogues from the generic thugs that constantly threaten his life, or the last episode of the trade that features an abstract episode from Clints new adopted dog, Little Hits delivers almost entirely.

If you're looking for generic fair, Fraction's run of Hawkeye isn't for you... but if you like stretching the bounds of both writing and art while still touching upon pop heroes and heroines, then this series is right up your ally.
Cordantrius
I started reading comics and graphic novels later in life than most people do, so about a year ago I asked more knowledgeable friends for some recommendations. One mentioned this series. I was skeptical; I'm not a big superhero guy and I tend to like darker things. The lamest of the Avengers did not seem to be my sort of thing.

But I did love this series. It's not Frank Miller -- it's light and at times even whimsical. It also has a nice "Spiderman" touch of what it's like for an ordinary guy to be in the world of the costumed heroes.

The art here is great, and the action is cool, but the best bits are the banter -- between Hawkeye Clint Barton and Hawkeye Kate Bishop certainly, but also between Hawkeye and the other tenants of his building (and even between Hawkeye and Pizza Dog).
Kazijora
It's just a continuation of the first volume, and is still just as entertaining. Perhaps more so, but either way it's consistently good and worth picking up.

Hawkeye (Clint) just can't keep himself out of trouble, and Hawkeye (Kate) is just there to make things more interesting. Really, they haven't changed since the first volume but that's a good thing: The humor and entertainment of the series relies on their dynamic and personalities bouncing off. Though, Hawkeye is fleshed out a bit more with the introduction of other women in his life, from the "Work Wife" the Black Widow to the ex-wife Mockingbird and to the friend-girl Spiderwoman, who all happen to watch some random scantly dressed woman come up and kiss him. The Hawkguy is a simple character but the women in his life make it more complex. Character interaction is a huge thing for this series, and it's touching when even PIzza Dog's interactions are touched upon as well as his interactions with the residents of his building. Speaking of PIzza Dog, he gets his own issue and you wouldn't believe the story you get from something without words. Because he is, you know, a dog...

The art is just as minimalistic and it still fits perfectly. There is one issue where it does become more vibrant, to fit the atmosphere of where they are at the moment; however, it doesn't sacrifice its minimalism so it's still good. Hawkeye is currently the only book that I can think of that can pull this off, which is a good thing.

I recommend the buy, along with the first volume of course. It's not necessary, strictly speaking; however, a lot of themes and story lines are carried over so it's very much so not recommended to skip volume one. If you are good at picking up on details reminding the reader, then it's not an issue but I can't give you a good reason to skip it, bro. Honestly, just buy both volumes, and 3 and 4 when the come out.
Gerceytone
One of the things that makes Black Widow and Hawkeye’s series so compelling is that neither has “powers.” They are ordinary humans with extraordinary skills. This second volume drives that point home as the stories have our hero battling everyday problems in addition to secret missions and superheroics.

The book opens with Kate and Clint facing a massive hurricane/superstorm that is threatening the East Coast. What can they do in the face of Mother Nature besides batten down the hatches and try to help their friends as best they can? And then the Russian Mafia returns to cause havoc for Clint both in his building and his love life as a mob wife he saved returns for his help once again. To top it all off, even Tony Stark can’t help him untangle the wires for his entertainment system. What’s a guy to do?

I love this series. Clint Barton is a piping hot mess and it refreshing to see a hero who has to battle everyday life like the rest of us. The stories are irreverent, action-packed and laces with dark humor. Overall, a must-read and highly recommended.
Ucantia
Bringing vol. 4 of the Hawkeye comic to a close, this is an excellent book. They should print more hardcover graphic novels. If Netflix used vol 1 and 2 as storyboards for a TV show centered on Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye in the mold of their current Daredevil and Jessica Jones shows, it would be all kinds of awesome. It's so obvious it's amazing nobody has pitched the idea.
Talvinl
Love Fraction's take on one of the all-too-human members of the Avengers. Hawkeye's always been my favorite - I'm a sucker for the superheroes without "super" powers - and seeing Clint as someone trying to live and survive in the world is fantastic. Aja's art is great, too. The style itself is fun, as is the way they arrange the panels/layout to move your eye through the page.