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HAWKEYE #4
Hawkeye_4

• You won’t believe what is on The Tape!

• S.H.I.E.L.D. recruits Clint to intercept incriminating evidence—before he becomes the most wanted man in the world.

• Superstar artist Javier Pulido joins Matt Fraction in a Hawkeye thriller that spans the globe…and the darkest parts of Clint Barton.

Story by Matt Fraction
Art by Javier Pulido
Cover by David Aja

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 3.2%

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  1. wangman31888 wangman31888 says:

    The first 20 pages of this comic is gonna be Clint trying to find a working VHS player

  2. Radmobile Radmobile says:

    Clint, you have to make someone else watch the tape! That’s the only way!

  3. kingjoeg kingjoeg says:

    Can pulido continue Aja’s awesome art?

  4. KenOchalek KenOchalek says:

    I wonder what the waveform on that cover sounds like?

  5. Limitless Limitless says:

    I’m so glad I read this before I bought it. I’m still going to buy it, but if I had got home and opened it up and NOT saw Aja work, I might have crumpled into a whimpering heap of raw emotion.

  6. jpriester73 jpriester73 says:

    No Aja?!?! How long until he’s back on? He’s… He’s… He’s coming back on right? (scared face).

  7. microwave25 microwave25 says:

    Is this a good jumping om point? My younger bro wants to get into comics and he set on Hawkeye because of the movie.

  8. JBOGUZ JBOGUZ says:

    http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=preview&id=14254

    Here you go if your interested in seeing Javier Pulido fill in work for this weeks issue.

  9. MeNSinestro MeNSinestro says:

    I don’t pick up this book but I really dig this cover.

  10. Hey Bro! I’m finally beginning to come around to Fraction’s work. Just read the first three issues back to back and love it. Interested in seeing what Pulido can do.

  11. player1 player1 says:

    Heard great things. I subscribed.

    Will be sitting down with the first few issues soon.

  12. daningotham daningotham says:

    I think I would still buy this book if it had no dialogue. It would be kinda fun because then I could create my own. ;-) Not that the current writing is bad, I’m lovin’ it.

  13. CaseyJustice CaseyJustice says:

    Quite simply my favorite book on the stands right now. I am a wellspring of joy.

    Jeez guys, this week is an embarrassment of riches, huh?

  14. FrancisMH says:

    I recommend everyone to listen to Kieron Gillen’s “Decompressed” podcast, in particular the episodes featuring Matt Fraction and the “Marvel Method”. I believe the lack of dynamism in this issue compared to the previous is due to the fact that this was done in a traditional full script format (Fraction mentioned 3 of the first 4 issues were done via MM), rather than the sprawling freedom afforded to Aja in the first 3.

    Nonetheless, I’ve been loving Fraction’s plots and dialogue in this book. He gives Hawkeye and Kate great voices.

    Matt Hollingsworth as well deserves major praise for giving the book such a unique style from anything else in Marvel’s repertoire.

    Clearly Marvel’s breakthrough of this year.

    • KenOchalek KenOchalek says:

      Agree with everything you say, especially about Gillen’s Decompressed podcast. It’s an incredible resource for any aspiring comic book creator.

  15. Rizzle13 Rizzle13 says:

    I have been enjoying this take on Hawkeye by Fraction, but this issue was little bit of a let down mainly do to missing Aja’s work. Pulido isn’t a bad fill-in, my only real problem with his work in this book was how he drew Kate especially in the ending panels. When she takes off the mask i actually said “Is that suppose to be Kate?”. Just my opinion, still a interesting story.

  16. daningotham daningotham says:

    Yeah, I missed Aja but the art still wasn’t bad. Just got spoiled after the first 3 issues. Very intriguing story though.

  17. kingpinII says:

    Um, bad art sucks for this book.

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