Hawkeye: Kate Bishop, Vol. 2: Masks

Hawkeye: Kate Bishop, Vol. 2: Masks Review

Hawkeye finally gets a lead on the top-secret case that brought her to Los Angeles in the first place - but to solve this mystery, Kate Bishop will have to take a good hard look at who she is and where she came from. Is she really ready to face the ghosts of her past? Maybe fixing things for a young client with oddly similar problems will help her fix herself! Probably not, though. At least she'll get to punch through her frustrations courtesy of the Worst. Fight. Club. Ever. But when her friends get in trouble and need a helping hand from Hawkeye, she always comes through - right? So when she doesn't, something must be really off. Who is this fake Kate, and what has she done with the real deal?

COLLECTING: HAWKEYE 7-12

Title:Hawkeye: Kate Bishop, Vol. 2: Masks
Edition Language:English

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  • Chad

    Thompson does a great job of bringing intrigue in via Kate's family history. There's daddy issues, potential mother murders, fight clubs, clones and Madame Masque all packed in. The book looks like a ...

  • Diz

    Kate Bishop (Hawkeye) has a lot of personality, and it comes out in her frequent jokes (often bad, but lovable) and her expressive face and gestures (both artists in this book do a fantastic job of th...

  • Wing Kee

    Characters stories are the best! World: The art is great, cause it gives so much characters to the characters. The motion is also good and creative splash pages make me happy. The world building is so...

  • Christy

    This continues to be one of my favorite books. ...

  • Scott

    Kate "don't call me 'lesser Hawkeye' or I WILL kick your @$$, you idiot" Bishop nicely sidesteps a sophomore slump and again performs triumphantly in her solo title. I'm not sure this was (warning: ar...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues]Kate Bishop's favourite person in the entire world has returned - that's right, Madame Masque has come to town, and that means nothing but trouble for Kate and her pals. Plus: C...

  • Logan

    Still a pretty solid run! I think out of all the female iterations (of traditionally male characters) that Marvel have created, Jane Foster Thor and Kate Bishop Hawkeye are the most well written and b...

  • Natalie

    1. I can’t wait to read the next one.2. Where’s my effing Kate Bishop Netflix show?!?...

  • Frdric

    Another cool and pleasant volume of Hawkeye. I learned of Kate Bishop's existence with Matt Fraction's excellent previous run on the title which gives you some clue on my level of knowledge of the cha...

  • Sara

    Fun! ...