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NYCC’14: New Hawkeye Creative Team Announced

By David Nieves During Marvel's "Axel-in-Charge" panel at NYCC, the publisher's editor-in-chief Axel Alonzo announced that Spring would see a brand new creative team on...

First Look: Hawkeye Vs Deadpool #1

This sells itself doesn't it: hawkeye takes on the most popular Marvel character of the moment in a Halloween adventure. by Gerry DUggan and Matteo Lolli with a cover by James Harren (!) and a Jason Pearson variant.

“Hawkeye” Pizza Dog shirts to benefit Futures Without Violence

Hawkeye is becoming Matt Fraction's pivotal Marvel work. The series is consistently grabbing new readers month after month and contending in five Eisner categories this...

How much content should you get for $2.99?

Back in the old days of the mid 2000s, comic fans could pick up any standard comic book issue for $2.99. It was the...

Monday’s Review Slate: Lazarus and Pizza Dog

This week's been a big week for comics! All kinds of goings-on were, well, going-on. I'm narrowing it down to just the two comics,...

The Blue Ear Triumphantly Returns to Marvel Comics

Last year, Marvel received a letter from the mother of a young fan, Anthony Smith, who had hearing difficulties, and had been told by doctors...

Mini Marvels: Hawkeye #8 – My Bad Penny

Hey bro. Bro! You reading Hawkguy bro? Missin' out bro. So I'm not exactly a new Marvel reader. I've read decades of old titles and...

Review: Hawkeye #7 – Don’t Say The ‘B-Word’

I'm not saying it! I don't think I've seen a single review of Matt Fraction's superhero-free series which hasn't eagerly slipped in at least...

The Hawkeye Initiative launches—and genderswapping will never be the same

Over the weekend someone on Tumblr got the great idea of satirizing anatomically unlikely, and overtly sexualized comic book covers by replacing the women...

Hawkeye #7 has guest artists and benefits Sandy relief

Hawkeye #7 sports a stylish cover by David Aja but the insides are by two other stylists—Steve Lieber and Jesse Hamm—in a story that features Clint Barton and his protegé Kate Bishop helping victims of a superstorm on the East Coast. If it sounds familiar, it should be—the issue was put together at a feverish pace after the events of real life Hurricane Sandy. And as writer Matt Fraction reveals in the video below from MTV Geek he'll be donating his royalties from the issue to the American Red Cross. So make sure to buy a bunch of copies.

The Beat Comic Reviews for 21/11/12

I'm going to try a review column! Heidi sent me a message (tied to the leg of her errand boy, Piotr) asking if I'd give...

NYCC: A Final Marvel & DC Cover Parade

The last day of New York Comic-Con was a day of relative peace and tranquillity, unless you were Dan Slott in which case it was...