Hawkeye, Volume 6: Hawkeyes

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  • Title: Hawkeye, Volume 6: Hawkeyes
  • Author: Jeff Lemire Ramón Pérez Ian Herring Joe Sabino
  • ISBN: 9780785199465
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hawkeye and Hawkeye take aim at another season but this time there s a twist Arrows fly in two eras as a deep seated rift stretches across time, bringing old man Clint and a wiser Kate back together to chase down mistakes from their past But as the reluctantly reunited members of Team Hawkeye struggle to rebuild their trust, their mission brings them face to face withHawkeye and Hawkeye take aim at another season but this time there s a twist Arrows fly in two eras as a deep seated rift stretches across time, bringing old man Clint and a wiser Kate back together to chase down mistakes from their past But as the reluctantly reunited members of Team Hawkeye struggle to rebuild their trust, their mission brings them face to face with the Mandarin Meanwhile, today s Clint finds himself estranged from his partner and paying a visit to his big brother, Barney What makes a hero and what breaks a hero Find out as Hawkeyes clash in a turbulent trip down memory lane that takes them back to the future Collects All New Hawkeye 2 1 6

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    1. Following up an iconic run on a fictional character is never easy, just ask Roger Moore. The dude’s been ridiculed for years for his “dandy-ish” take on 007 compared to the guy’s guy Bond – Sean Connery. So when Jeff Lemire was asked to continue on with Matt Fractions phenomenal run on Hawkeye, he probably wet himself a couple of times in fearful anticipation.The caption there might be hard to read, but it mentions adult diapers, so.His sins pile up, starting with Marvel’s re-numberi [...]

    2. This is the first Hawkeye book in years that I haven’t enjoyed - damn you, Jeff Lemire! SPOILSIES AHOY! Continuing the storyline from the last book uninterrupted (wow, what an impact Secret Wars had, eh?), Kate’s not happy that they handed over the Project Communion kids to SHIELD leading to a rift in her and Clint’s friendship. There’s a future flash-forward storyline showing what would have happened if the Hawkeyes had broken up their partnership and a flashback origin story for Kate. [...]

    3. So this finishes up Hawkeye. I read Factions run in about a weeks time. It took me 2 years to finish Lemire's so guess that shows what I thought huh? I'll be honest though I didn't hate Jeff's run. It's still solid. Volume 5 had some great flashback moments with WONDERFUL art and some cool ideas with Clint. This volume is the other side of things. Getting the past behind Kate who is the other Hawkeye in the tag team here. This time we learn of a future that could be and it's depressing and the t [...]

    4. Better than Lemire's first Hawkeye volume. This one has more of a focus on Kate, and I loved that. It was great seeing America Chavez again, too.

    5. The way in which marvel have numbered these issues and volumes is confusing as heck so i'll try and explain. They issued these as 1-6 even though it's more like issues 7-11 as this volume directly follows on from volume 5, does that make sense? I just feel as though this confusing shitty numbering might put people off reading it, or believe this is a new volume starting from issue one, when it's not, you'll be hella confused if you start with this. Okay onto the actual volume itself, i love Kate [...]

    6. Own this in single issue. I ended up enjoying the ending of this run. Still miss the Matt Fraction and David Aja run but did enjoyed this run. I am looking forward for more Hawkeye in the future.

    7. I'm not even trying to be objective here at all ;) This now concluded Hawkeye series by Fraction/Aja/Lemire/Perez// is the main reason I got into reading comics in my mid 20s because of their light-hearted, humorous but still emotionally haunting and sometimes depressing vibe they constantly deliver. Is Vol. 6 as good as Fraction's best effort? Maybe not, but Lemire's storyline about the inhuman kids was a great base to dive even deeper into the relationship between the two Hawkeyes and Kate's p [...]

    8. 3,5 stars(view spoiler)[Liked Kate's origins story much more than Clint's one and the Project Communion storyline was nice.And was nice to see Clint & Barney buddies again after Barney's betrayal in Fraction & Aja run Brotherly love triumphed over all or Lamire just forget that? Mah.Matador in Kate's story was just the top! I love Daredevil's Z-series-old villains! XD (hide spoiler)]["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"] [...]

    9. Kate and Clint's relationship has been strained ever since they handed the kids from Project Communion over to SHIELD. Now the kids have been kidnapped, and across several different timelines (Kate's past, 30 years in the future, and the present), they must repair the Hawkeye team in order to rescue the kids from both SHIELD and Hydra.While the 30 years in the future thing was kind of fun, it didn't make much sense to me in the long run. I liked the parallels of Kate's childhood mirrored with th [...]

    10. I don't mean to hate on Lemire. He's a great writer but I don't like his version of Kate Bishop. She's stubborn and bratty while in Fraction's run she was stubborn, sassy and funny. She also took over this issue and it made me kinda mad. I like her but I want this to be about both Hawkeyes, not just one. The last two issues were better and fun, thanks to Barney and Clint. I don't know what's going to happen next but I hope it's better than this. I was going to give this a 3 star rating but the a [...]

    11. This was so good! Who would have ever thought a Hawkeye graphic novel would make me cry. Stupid Clint Barton

    12. Esta etapa con Lemire al cargo del guión no me llega a gustar tanto como la de Fraction, pero resulta interesante por la evolución de la relación entre los dos ojos de halcón (Clint y Kate) y por el desarrollo de la personalidad y el trasfondo de ambos personajes por medio de flashbacks que nos narran episodios de su infancia. Este tomo me gusta un poco más que el anterior, los flashbacks de la infancia de Kate me han gustado más que los de Clint y su hermano.Este tomo se compone de dos mi [...]

    13. 3.5 starsThis comic used to be funnier. Maybe they should have brought back the thugs that call everyone 'bro". On second thought, I was really sick of those guys, so maybe not. The person I'm not sick of is Kate Bishop, even if she was pretty surly in this volume. It was good to get some of her backstory, read about the first time she met Clint, and to learn what led her to become Hawkeye too. It was a little painful to get there, but once the rescue mission was in full swing, the book got pret [...]

    14. “I only caught a glimpse of him. But he was amazing. Then the others came. And they were amazing, too. I mean, of course they were amazing. They’re the Avengers. But they aren’t like him. They all have super-powers and armor and stuff. But him… all he had was a bow and arrow. Amazing.”This made me happy, if for nothing more than the appearance of obscure villains and Avenger cameos. Even the original Hawkeye suit made an appearance! We see Madador, The Mandarin, Marvel Boy, Captain Ame [...]

    15. Lemire brings his big beautiful heart to what they are calling "All New Hawkeye." Though they started calling it that at volume #5 when Lemire took over, and here in volume 6 we have the art split between the trademark look that was present in the first 4 volumes led by the writing pen of Fraction, and a new style (for the future scenes) that nicely suits Lemire's writing.Sound confusing?I am merely laughing at how they can't seem to make up their minds behind backing Lemire as taking this in a [...]

    16. So. Fucking. Good.If Lemire's last Hawkeye output wasn't quite up to part with Fraction's, this one definitely is. The story is finally focusing on exactly what it needs to, Barton and Bishop's functional dysfunctional relationship with some random alternate reality futures thrown in for good measure.

    17. I really liked how this tied up the past few years of stories with Clint and Kate. The art is absolutely phenomenal too.

    18. A great framing device leads so some great emotions and surprises.World: The art is good, it's different from Aja and is a style all it's own. I loved the water colors of the last arc and now we get more of it (reminds of me Batman Hush). The world building is good, Lemire and Co. are building from their last arc and giving us one plot device and one piece of the world to play with the relationship between the Hawkeyes. Simple and effective.Story: The pacing is great, the tone is wonderful and t [...]

    19. So, I just found out this is the end for Lemire and Pérez's Hawkeye. Well, their run has been short and sweet, and this volume wraps up all of the storylines they started in the previous one. The first three issues of the book tell a flash-forward story about future Hawkeyes. This was a weaker arc of the two, mostly because of the resolution. (view spoiler)[(the future just gets cancelled and rewritten in the end, so basically what's the point) (hide spoiler)] In the second half of the book, th [...]

    20. The focus on this volume is two-fold: resolve the "communion" story from the previous volume and advance Kate and her relationship with Clint.The "Communion" story deals with the ramifications of the Hawkeyes failing to save them in the previous volume. Guilt overwhelms Kate and the story flashes forward to give more of a push for the two of them to resolve the situation. It's fairly predictable.The rest of the story gives more details on Kate's background and her relationship with her dad, whic [...]

    21. Yes! With Lemire and Pérez's first volume, I felt that they were trying to hard to be like Faction and his team. But this one made me feel like they found their grove. Does it live up to Faction? Maybe not quite, but it is amazing in itself. I love Hawkeye (and Hawkeye) and will forever be a huge fan of this run. I'm sad to see it over, but I enjoyed it oh-so-much. The incorporation of different timelines and showing how Kate came to Clint was amazing. The artwork was just as amazing in the pas [...]

    22. I liked the backstory about young Kate and would have read a lot more of that. The rest is an alternate-timeline deal where Decisions We Make Now affect How Things Are In The Future and I don't care for that. Just tell a story, comics.

    23. Can't get enough of Clint & Kate! Really enjoyed the movements in time from flashbacks to jumps into the future. Full of my three favorite things - sarcasm, wit & humor. Hail Hawkeyes!

    24. The "what if?" future storyline felt really pointless. Not a huge fan. Although some of the banter was nice.

    25. jeff lemire pls stay away from hawkeyethis volume was okay,,,,, and I think it's the last one which sucks bc I got too invested in clint and kate and lucky :(i loved learning more about Kate's past and i teared up when we were shown her first encounter with clint ❤️

    26. Oh dear. -First of all that future storyline was terrible but the art was even more terrible. Hello where tf you get off making Katie 15 years in the future look more older and lined than Clint who is like 20-25 years older than her, tf man? I have seen 50 years old ladies look more lovely and radiant and this Katie is supposed to be barely 35-40. So thanks for nothing. Instead of giving us really hot older Katie you give us this.-Which was terrible.-Why does everyone insist on making Maria Hill [...]

    27. This felt like the weakest book in the Hawkeye series, partially because of the split timeline thing which didn't even matter in the end and never felt resolved and also because they continued a storyline that I didn't particularly care about in the first place. I was really confused for a large part of the book because of the ~alternate future stuff going on, and I actually put it down for a while after starting it before picking it up again. I did enjoy Barney and Clint bonding, and I liked lo [...]

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