Hawkeye (2016) #1 Review

Written by Kelly Thompson
Art by Leonardo Romero
Colours by Jordie Bellaire

Hawkeye has a… strange battle to fight. While Kate Bishop is a very liked character (very easily the most popular Young Avenger, and especially mine), she’s in a weird climate where there is noticeable backlash against Marvel’s “politically correct” legacy characters. While Kate has existed for about a decade and started out with the Hawkeye name, and was even later kinda mentored by Clint Barton, newer readers who have jumped on relatively recently probably don’t know about her and see her as a replacement for Clint.  So how does Kelly Thompson go about addressing this? She doesn’t. Thompson just depicts it as another part of Kate’s life while telling a fun, unremarkable story about a lady who’s good at archery. Continue reading “Hawkeye (2016) #1 Review”

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