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Hawkeye #6

Writer: Matt Fraction

Artist: David Aja

Colorist: Matt Hollingsworth

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Matt Fraction and David Aja’s run on Hawkeye has been critically acclaimed winning two Eisner Awards for Aja’s art. It also has gained a cult following of fans for whom “bro”, “Hawkguy”, and “Pizza Dog” have become part of their personal vernacular. Sometimes Hawkeye can be too cutesy for its own good and focus on its protagonist’s ineptitude at the expense of storytelling. However, Hawkeye #6 represents the series at its finest. Matt Fraction’s dialogue is sharp and occasionally hilarious, and he delves into Clint Barton’s inner demons and interpersonal relationships without getting too melodramatic. Aja’s collage-style art fits Fraction’s writing because it juxtaposes Clint’s facial expressions, body language, and reactions to the people and objects around him. The many fragmented panels he uses to tell the story fit the »

- Logan Dalton

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