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Hawkeye Volume 2: Little Hits (Marvel Now) [Anglais] [Broché]

Matt Fraction , David Aja , Javier Pulido , Steve Lieber , Francesco Francavilla , Jesse Hamm
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30 juillet 2013
Artist David Aja returns to the most critically acclaimed comic of 2012, as ace archer Clint Barton faces the digital doomsday of - DVR-Mageddon! Then: Cherry's got a gun. And she looks good in it. And Hawkeye gets very, very distracted. Plus: Valentine's Day with the heartthrob of the Marvel Universe? This will be...confusing. Marvel architect Matt Fraction continues his exciting, adventurous reinvention of the arrowed Avenger!

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  • Broché: 136 pages
  • Editeur : Marvel (30 juillet 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0785165630
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785165637
  • Dimensions du produit: 25,1 x 16,5 x 0,8 cm
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Kiss and Make-Up 7 août 2013
Par Stan FREDO TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Le véritable "surprise hit" de l'événement "Marvel NOW!", c'est probablement cette série consacrée à Hawkeye, le moins surpuissant des héros Marvel en général et des Vengeurs en particulier, dont il est pourtant l'un des plus anciens et fidèles membres.
Clint BARTON n'a aucun pouvoir mais une qualification hors norme de tireur d'élite avec son arme de prédilection : un arc. Il est aussi un athlète et un combattant sur-entraîné. Il a même été ninja, à un moment...
Car Clint BARTON, qui fêtera l'an prochain son cinquantenaire en tant que personnage, en a vu des vertes et des pas mûres dans sa longue carrière, qu'il a d'ailleurs commencé dans la délinquance. BARTON est même mort, à un moment. Mais à quel héros cela n'est-il pas arrivé chez Marvel ?
Matt FRACTION et David AJA (avec des "fill-in artists" qui sont plutôt des "invités" !) proposent avec cette série un héros du coin, encore plus "local hero" ou "street hero" que Daredevil. Les aventures de BARTON lorsqu'il a terminé sa journée ou sa mission de Vengeur sont très basiques : elles consistent à vivre aussi peinardement que possible dans son immeuble de Brooklyn, en faisant des barbecues sur le toit avec ses voisins et en regardant avec les plus petits les émissions télé de Noël avec son home cinéma.
Malheureusement, des mafieux ont des vues sur l'immeuble et BARTON devient véritablement gênant.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Bien mal acquis ne profite jamais. 1 août 2013
Par Présence TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS
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Ce tome fait suite à My life as a weapon (épisodes 1 à 5, + "Young avengers presents" 6). Il contient les épisodes 6 à 11, tous écrits par Matt Fraction, initialement parus en 2013. Ces épisodes ont eu droit à une réédition avec une couverture rigide dans Hawkeye 1 (épisodes 1 à 11, + "Youg avengers presents" 6).

Épisode 7 (dessins de Steve Lieber pour Clint Barton, et de Jesse Hamm pour Kate Bishop) - Cet épisode se déroule pendant la nuit où l'ouragan Sandy s'est abattu sur New York (29 octobre 2012). Clint Barton accompagne Grills (Surnom de Gilbert, un de ses locataires) à Rockaway Beach (comme dans la chanson des Ramones) pour aider son père à construire une digue pour protéger sa maison. Pendant ce temps, Kate Bishop est dans un restaurant huppé (au dernier étage d'une tour) qui se voit privé d'électricité. Elle doit aller dans une pharmacie pour chercher les médicaments d'une vieille femme en attendant les secours.

Cet épisode rend hommage au courage des newyorkais qui ont affronté l'ouragan Sandy, et qui se sont entraidés.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 No Futz About it Bro...This is Still One of the Best Comics Out There Now. 30 juillet 2013
Par Anarchy in the US - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
If you would have told me Hawkeye having his own solo series and being one of the best comics out on the stands before writer Matt Fraction took over, I think myself and most people would have thought of that as a joke. No offense to Hawkeye because I've always liked the character, but he's never been one to do well on a solo series. But after given this series new spin on Clint Barton, I was blown away at how fun, different, and unique Hawkeye is from most of the competition. And judging from the rest of the comic world, I think readers felt the same way.

Now that the whole comic world knows about Matt Fractions Hawkeye gaining critical success and sales (and I'm sure so has Marvel), it appears the series has even more freedom and experimentation about it then ever before. But does that it mean it has lost it's charm and become overblown from volume 1? Thankfully, no, because volume 2 of Hawk"guy" and his companion Hawk"eye" Kate Bishop is still a must read book.

HAWKEYE VOL.2: LITTLE HITS collects issues #6-11 and continues the life and story of Clint Barton during his down time/off hours from working with the Avengers. After having saved a fellow building attendant during the real life event of Hurricane Sandy, all of the trouble Clint got into from volume 1 is finally catching up to him. The tracksuit Russian mob wants vengeance from Clint driving away from their business, the mysterious red head comes back to Clint for a favor, and all of New York's mob bosses and super villains hire a killer clown to take out Clint--permanently. Oh, and every women Clint's ever been involved with hates his guts, including Kate. Yeah, this looks bad...

Fraction continues to make a stellar offbeat, crazy, and yet emotional comic unlike anything on the market. The freedom Fraction allows for Clint continues here as his usual snarky, witty, and aloof self get put through the wringer trying to save a father and son from Hurricane Sandy flooding and destroying a home, protecting his apartment building from the Bro-sputtering tracksuit Russians during 6 days of Christmas...err Kwanzaa; to helping the mysterious red head rob directly from the Russians; having a bad Valentines Day with Blackwidow, his ex-wife, his friend Girl?, and Kate herself. Every issue is a different piece of story in the life of Clint Barton and it is a pleasure to read.

And where would Clint be without his sidekick Kate Bishop...I mean, he's her sidekick. Kate doesn't quite get the panel time as much as Clint as volume 1, but she still has her moments and she continues to steal the show with her radiance, bold courage, and love-hate relationship with Clint. And getting into some of the same trouble as Clint. If Marvel decides to make another Hawkeye comic starring Kate under Matt Fraction, I'd buy it up in a heart beat.

Special mention goes to issue #10, which is all about a crazy clown killer. It's reasonably graphic, dark, and utterly serious part of the book that will carry over in the next volume.

Which leads us to Lucky, AKA Pizza Dog, gets all of issue #11 about him solving a crime about the clown killer. Utterly unique to see the life of a dog and his adventures that I simply cannot explain to you in written context. You just have to read this issue for yourself to understand.

And art duties continue to shine through David Aja's exceptional minimalist style art. It's a bit cartoony but it matches the tone of the book very well. Aja's unconventional art continues like the writing in that the panels art tiny and make work more like films storyboards then typical box panels in most comics today. And the art palettes are muted colors through out, with the color purple being a consistent tone in selected shots, either on Clint's clothing, foreground placement, or background shots. It is just a marvelous art style that is further enhanced and experimented on then volume 1. The 6 days of Christmas issue looks like a side-scrolling beat-em up video game, the women of Hawkeye has a 60's psychedelic vibe about it, and the Pizza Dog issue you'll be reading that multiple times to see all the detail a dog smells and hears. Utterly brilliant. And Francesco Francavilla does issue #10 on the killer clown in a uber creepy horror way, with Steve Lieber & Jesse Hamm do a great Aja impersonation on issue #7.

I don't have any real complaints about this book other then that this book is very unconventional. Just like volume 1, this series isn't a non-stop action book or have ties to other Marvel titles or anything like that. It is a book that is cut off from the rest of the Marvel Universe. And the change of direction with issue #10 is utterly different from the rest of the series and will go into volume 3. A direction I sort of hope doesn't follow.

HAWKEYE VOL.2: LITTLE HITS is still one of the best books on the comic/graphic novel market. Great characters, great stories, great art, and just an overall great series. If there is ever a series you should be reading, this is up there. I just hope the change in tone and direction doesn't hurt the series in Hawkeye Volume 3: L.A. Woman (Marvel Now). But considering how good this has been, I still believe it will be great...bro.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Little hits, BIG payoff 27 août 2013
Par Sam Quixote - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Hawkeye is an amazing comic, pure and simple. It might be THE Marvel comic to be reading at the moment over other current greats like Mark Waid's Daredevil, Jason Aaron's Wolverine and the X-Men, and Brian Michael Bendis' All-New X-Men. And it's about Hawkeye of all characters - Hawkeye!

Well, it's about 2 Hawkeyes actually, Clint Barton and Kate Bishop. Both are kinda human car crashes. Clint can't seem to get his life together, has all sortsa women troubles (including his protégé, Kate), as well as self-confidence issues, while Kate is a headstrong young woman trying to find her own identity despite also being called Hawkeye and wielding a bow and arrows in her team the Young Avengers. And it's also about Pizza Dog aka Lucky - but more on him later.

The structure of the series is episodic so nearly every issue is self-contained like a sitcom and might be why the book is called Little Hits. However things happen towards the end of this book that splits the story from New York to California, and one of the new characters gets iced by a clown killer, so longer plot threads do emerge and take shape. Also - and this is to the comics' credit - the stories tend to have very little resembling usual Marvel superhero comics.

Issue #7 for example is set during Hurricane Sandy, the natural disaster that laid waste to America's East Coast last year, as Hawkeye helps his buddy Grills out at his elderly father's place in Queens, preparing for the flood. Meanwhile Kate does the only real superhero-ing by setting out in the midst of the storm to get medicine from a nearby pharmacy only to see it being looted. A failed confrontation later and ordinary people show up to help Kate and stop the thieves in an excellent scene showing the camaraderie and decentness that is brought out in people when faced with epic disasters.

Without going into why I loved every single issue in the book, I'll just say that there's a great scene where Clint gets Tony to try and hook up his VCR in his new flat (yup, Clint still uses a VCR) and there are more shenanigans with the Russian tracksuit wearing toughs who use the word "Bro" like audible punctuation. But one issue towers above the rest and MUST be talked about - I'm talking about the Pizza Dog issue, #11.

This is the issue told from the perspective of Lucky, the dog eating pizza in the first issue in this series, who is saved by Clint from abusive owners, the Russian track suit bros. As this is the dog's perspective, there is almost no dialogue, except for the occasional word that Lucky understands like pizza, Hawkeye, and Good Boy (which is followed by the best panel ever). Dialogue and actions are interpreted through symbols in an attempt to show how dogs think through images, smells, sounds, and we see a day in the life of Pizza Dog. It too is a self-contained comic with some scenes in it that at first appear cryptic but that are explained in later issues - I know this because I've gotten to the point now where I can't wait for the trade paperbacks, I've got to buy the single issues as soon as they come out. Yes, it's that good.

It's artist David Aja that makes the Pizza Dog issue work so well. In fact, every issue Aja has done has been gobsmackingly gorgeous, unlike anything that you would expect in a Hawkeye book. Aided by colourist Matt Hollingsworth who brings a minimalist colour palette to the pages and you've got among the best art in a mainstream superhero comic ever seen. Aja deservedly won an Eisner this year for his work on this series and the Pizza Dog issue might well wind up winning best single issue at next year's Eisners - it's certainly got my vote.

And of course Matt Fraction - what else is there to say about this guy, except Hawkeye is his unexpected masterpiece. I'm not the world's biggest Fraction fan but after his work on this and Fantastic Four/FF, I'm all about this guy's work now.

Who knew that what a superhero does when he's not being a superhero could be more interesting than when he is? Fraction, Aja, and Hollingsworth did that's who. Hawkeye x 2 + Pizza Dog = this book rules.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Continuing to hit the target (no pun intended) as one of the best comics out there. 27 juillet 2014
Par thedean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
It's just a continuation of the first volume, and is still just as entertaining. Perhaps more so, but either way it's consistently good and worth picking up.

Hawkeye (Clint) just can't keep himself out of trouble, and Hawkeye (Kate) is just there to make things more interesting. Really, they haven't changed since the first volume but that's a good thing: The humor and entertainment of the series relies on their dynamic and personalities bouncing off. Though, Hawkeye is fleshed out a bit more with the introduction of other women in his life, from the "Work Wife" the Black Widow to the ex-wife Mockingbird and to the friend-girl Spiderwoman, who all happen to watch some random scantly dressed woman come up and kiss him. The Hawkguy is a simple character but the women in his life make it more complex. Character interaction is a huge thing for this series, and it's touching when even PIzza Dog's interactions are touched upon as well as his interactions with the residents of his building. Speaking of PIzza Dog, he gets his own issue and you wouldn't believe the story you get from something without words. Because he is, you know, a dog...

The art is just as minimalistic and it still fits perfectly. There is one issue where it does become more vibrant, to fit the atmosphere of where they are at the moment; however, it doesn't sacrifice its minimalism so it's still good. Hawkeye is currently the only book that I can think of that can pull this off, which is a good thing.

I recommend the buy, along with the first volume of course. It's not necessary, strictly speaking; however, a lot of themes and story lines are carried over so it's very much so not recommended to skip volume one. If you are good at picking up on details reminding the reader, then it's not an issue but I can't give you a good reason to skip it, bro. Honestly, just buy both volumes, and 3 and 4 when the come out.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Nice drawings 21 août 2014
Par danny boy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I read this without reading vol 1. Interesting storyline and plot, to have Hawkeye deal with his life when not being an Avenger. Here, he is portrayed as a ladies man, with some gorgeous looking babes in tow. It doesn't quite ring true. If these women are also successful superheroes in their own right, why would they hang around a scumbag character whose only interest is to do his own thing? It's all a bit of male fantasy here.
The drawings are very nice. However, some of the issues are too experimental and small multipanels without words make for a very quick browse.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Hawkeye's home life revealed 4 juillet 2014
Par Thomas P Nuhfer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
This is the continuation of the series that gives you a "behind the scenes" view of the life of a super hero. Pretty good read.
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