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Hawkeye TPB Vol. 03 La Woman

Hawkeye TPB Vol. 03 La Woman


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By:   Matt Fraction, Javier Pulido
Type:   Graphic Novels
Genres:   Superhero
Publisher:   Marvel Comics
Pub. Date:   October 08, 2014
Availability:   Released
UPC:   978078518390751599

Kate Bishop heads to Los Angeles to get away from New York, life and Clint Barton - but she can't escape trouble! Because Madame Masque is hanging out poolside with the rich and famous, as well!

As Kate helps a reclusive and sixties-damaged pop-music genius find his lost masterpiece, Madame Masque finds Kate. By which we mean starts trying to kill her again.

This one has it all! Characters! Plot! Story! Dialogue! Theme! Meaning! Message! Action! A little exposition! Fire! Arrows! Criminals! Neighbors! Large bodies of water! Clients! Cops who don't care! A system that victimizes the victims! The dog!

In a broken town where cynicism and apathy has its claws around the throat of the good and decent, Lady Hawkguy is the only hero you can trust!



This title collects
HAWKEYE (2012) #14, #16, 18, #20 and ANNUAL #1.
(2 Customer Reviews)

  • Aug 24, 2018 Joseph

    This is a great read! Kate's storyline in LA is a really fun addition to Clint's story and as a Californian I appreciate the west coast love.


  • Nov 08, 2014 Lauren from North Little Rock, AR

    Product arrived quickly and in good condition. This book was just as good as the other two volumes in the series, proving that Kate Bishop doesn't need Barton to find trouble, she can do it just fine on her own.


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