Hawkeye & The Thunderbolts, Vol. 1

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  • Title: Hawkeye & The Thunderbolts, Vol. 1
  • Author: Kurt Busiek Joe Casey Fabian Nicieza Mark Bagley Leonardo Manco
  • ISBN: 9780785195283
  • Page: 162
  • Format: Paperback
  • Heeeeere s Hawkeye Your favorite ex bad guys are determined to break good, now that the ultimate reformed criminal is here to usher them into the big leagues of herodom the Avenging Archer himself, Clint Barton But can the Thunderbolts new leader fend off the old one, Citizen V Or the Crimson Cowl and her new Masters of Evil And just who is under that white mask andHeeeeere s Hawkeye Your favorite ex bad guys are determined to break good, now that the ultimate reformed criminal is here to usher them into the big leagues of herodom the Avenging Archer himself, Clint Barton But can the Thunderbolts new leader fend off the old one, Citizen V Or the Crimson Cowl and her new Masters of Evil And just who is under that white mask and that red hood now anyway Collecting Thunderbolts 23 37, Annual 2000 Avengers Annual 2000

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    One thought on “Hawkeye & The Thunderbolts, Vol. 1”

    1. Great fun. Very enjoyable Busiek super-heroing. Worth a read if you're into this period of Marvel. I love it. Was a really great time to be a Marvel fan back then. Wish this whole series was in these whopper Complete volumes. Includes the story where Patsy Walker returns to the living from Hell.

    2. Ah, branding. It's been four years since the Thunderbolts Classic line stumbled to a halt after volume 3. But now Hawkeye is popular, so we get what would have been volume 4, labeled "Hawkeye & The Thunderbolts". Of course, this volume misses Hawkeye joining by a couple of issues, and continues pretty directly from the previous volume, so I can't imagine it'd be that interesting without it . Still, I'm glad to have my next volume of Thunderbolts Classic. I'm hoping for several more!The Maste [...]

    3. This book is mostly pretty competent. It certainly suffers from character overload. Whether it's the Thunderbolts taking on 25 villains (each with their own name and power set) or fighting two teams of villain henchmen (each with their own name and superpowers) alongside USAgent and the Jury (sad Iron Men–lite each with their own name and possibly their own powers), there's often a little too much going on. It's hard to see where the real climax can be.

    4. Definitely a bit better than expected. Hawkeye is far from a favorite Marvel character for me. And the random team books tend to end up feeling random. But this one was just a bit more interesting, better written and more depth to the characters. Presumably mostly due to the author, from whom this is not a huge surprise. But still, the book dragged on some and ended up feeling a bit like monster-of-the week. 3.5 of 5.

    5. the arrival of Hawkeye needlessly complicates the situation and somehow Moonstone falls for this doofus. Consistently great writing and art throughout makes it better than average still.

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