‘Hawkeye’ will arrive on the streaming platform on November 24.
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The “the best gifts come with a bow,âIndeed. When Disney + released the trailer on September 13 for its upcoming Marvel seriesâ Hawkeye, âit only took a few hours for it to gain over 3 million views.
To the experienced uninitiated archer, Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) is a former villain turned Avenger; her ally is Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld), a rich girl turned superhero. However, that doesn’t even surface for the story of these superheroes. For more on their origin – and why so many fans are enraged for the series’ debut on November 24 – check out this collection of comics that created their characters. (For more comic book collections to buy, read our list of the best vintage comics for collectors.)
“Hawkeye by Fraction & Aja: The Saga of Barton and Bishop”
In this adventure, Hawkeye decided to take a break from his crime-fighting duties to relax and enjoy life, but when his new neighbors are threatened by a gang of European mobsters, he and Bishop must reunite again. to save the day. This paperback is available for pre-order and will be released on November 2.
“Hawkeye’s Epic Collection: The Vengeful Archer”
Available January 11, 2022, âThe Avenging Archerâ follows Hawkeye’s career from his early days to his first solo adventure, and beyond. This comic book illustrates the very beginning of Hawkeye’s adventures when he was an enemy of “Iron Man” and a lover of “Black Widow”. You can also expect to see Hawkeye join the Avengers, as well as the story of Hawkeye’s bride-to-be, “Mockingbird.”
“Hawkeye: Kate Bishop Vol. 1: Anchor Points”
This edition marks the debut of Bishop’s solo comic. The cover shows the famous “Venice” sign in the background of the heroine. Illustrated by Leonardo Romeo, this volume takes readers on a journey through Bishop’s life as a superhero in the City of Angels as she heads west from Los Angeles. Can she handle the bad guys on her own? You will have to read the comic to find out.
“Hawkeye, Vol. 2: Small Successes”
Hawkeye takes on various assignments in “Little Hits, Vol. 2. “First, he must destroy Mageddon, a war machine powerful enough to destroy the world. Next, Hawkeye is distracted by a magnificent villain. Join Hawkeye in a series of battles. You can purchase the” Little Hits, Flight. 2 “on Amazon (via the link above), as well as Barnes & Noble and ComiXology.
“Hawkeye: Kate Bishop Vol. 3: Family Reunion”
Hawkeye and Bishop team up in Los Angeles to help him find information about a deceased relative in âHawkeye: Kate Bishop Vol. 3.â While on their mission, they run into trouble. But are their enemies ready for what they got themselves into? Hawkeye and Bishop come together to fight major crimes in this volume.
“Hawkeye, Vol. 1: My Gun Life”
In “Hawkeye, Vol. 1: My Life as a Weapon,” Hawkeye was recruited by SHIELD to intercept a package containing incriminating evidence that could possibly make him the most wanted man in the world (Bishop also makes an appearance in this volume) This pocket comic is illustrated by David Aja and Javier Pulido.
“Jonathan Hickman’s Ultimate Comics Hawkeye”
In this volume illustrated by Rafa Sandoval, Hawkeye finds himself on a dark mission where he can find himself with a serum that will change the course of mutant history. With members of SHIELD spread across the globe on various missions, Hawkeye must travel deep into the Republic of Southeast Asia to save the day.