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Zero to Hero: That Hawkguy Tho

When I was a kid growing up, my favorite super heroes were based on what cool powers or abilities the protagonist had at her/his disposal. As I’ve grown up and ventured through countless a hero tale, I’ve found the obvious truth: powers don’t make a hero great; it’s their adversity that makes all the difference.  1,929 more words


Comic Reccomendations: My all time favorites

Hey guys, I am not posting as much as I told myself I would, so I’m trying to remedy that. This is going to be the first in a (hopeful) series where I talk about my favorite comics, just as a way to to get myself to write. 445 more words


Hawkeye Carumba!

Clint Bartson, the love child of two of America’s greatest animated heroes: Clint Barton and Marge Simpson


Marvel Comics Final Thoughts - Hawkeye Vol. 1: My Life As a Weapon

Writers: Matt Fraction

Artists: David Aja, Javier Pulido

Issues: Hawkeye (2012) #1-5, Young Avengers Presents #6

My comic reading has slowed down significantly this year, which is ironic given I’ve finally reached the era I’m most excited to read: Marvel Now, the post… 822 more words


What is the possible future for Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

Clint Barton is possibly one of the most underrated Avengers. He is the only member of the team to be able to compartmentalise his life as a hero and his life as a family man. 699 more words


Secret Empire is Off to a Great Start

Never have I ever been so upset with the state of Marvel Comics. It was their brand that truly integrated my interest of heroes, villains and most importantly comic books in general. 1,425 more words


A Little Problem at Stark Tower

“Assuming future human time travel is out…” begins Bruce softly, still rocking tiny Phil.

“Objection,” interrupts Tony. “I’ve never believed in making that assumption.”

“Assuming, for the sake of argument,” continues Bruce, “that future human time travel is out, we’re looking for some kind of quantum-level disturbance that is beyond our current power to create.”

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