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Dark Reign: Hawkeye (Marvel Comics Hawkeye Dark Reign)

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Bullseye cuts loose! Reporter Ben Urich investigates a brutal massacre that has all the hallmarks of the notorious assassin Bullseye. But can Urich connect the murders to the Dark Avenger known as Hawkeye? Norman Osborn must bring H.A.M.M.E.R. down to hide the awful truth before it tears the team apart - and poisons the Avengers' noble legacy forever!

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Paperback, 120 pages
Published May 12th 2010 by Marvel (first published 2010)
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Aug 15, 2015 Beckiezra rated it liked it
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The art was nice enough, nothing too exciting but pleasant enough to look at if a bit old fashioned or something. The story was probably better for people who knew what was going on with the semi-evil Avengers and why Bullseye was pretending to be Hawkeye. I don't know if I skipped over a page that would have set the scene or if there wasn't one, I already returned it to the library. Personally I don't know anything about Bullseye so the story didn't have any particular pull for me, but it was a ...more
Gayle Francis Moffet
Dec 22, 2015 Gayle Francis Moffet rated it really liked it
I don't know a great deal about Bullseye other than he's Bullseye, and I really enjoyed this mini. I think it's mostly on Andy Diggle being the type of writer who can easily toss you into a situation where you don't have all the facts and give you what you need without feeling like you're lacking. I was interested in what was up with Bullseye, and I loved the use of Ben Ulrich on the other side of things trying to find his story. It's well done and a nice addition to the whole Dark Reign run, of ...more
Daniela Barisone
Jul 23, 2012 Daniela Barisone rated it liked it
Dunque, protagonista non è altro che un Bullseye pazzo psicopatico travestito da Hawkeye e che milita tra le file dei Vendicatori Oscuri, creati da Norman Osbort (ex-Goblin) che a sua volta indossa i panni di Iron Patriot, una sorta di mix tra Iron Man e Capitan America che a me francamente ha fatto un po’ ridere.

Il succo della trama è che Bullseye è appunto un pazzo psicopatico. Ignorando i voleri di Osborn di ricalcare quello che era i Vendicatori, il super criminale si dedica a perpetrare imp
Feb 16, 2013 Martin rated it liked it
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I always thought that Bullseye posing as Hawkeye in Osborn's Dark Avengers was a brilliant idea. Here we get a solo adventure exploring Bullseye's current* predicament (where he has to control his murderous urges - at least in public) and some of his back-story (I didn't know he was an ex-NSA operative, for example). These parts were fun.

There is, however, a cloak & dagger** sub-plot involving Ben Urich that takes up quite a bit of the page count but that, ultimately, leads nowhere and doesn
Jul 01, 2010 Mark rated it it was ok
Didn't realize I was going to be reading a "villain dressed up as a superhero" book until I got started with it... evidently (according to my friends who are Marvel Comics fans) this is a part of the Dark Reign period, where Green Goblin turned himself into a pseudo-Iron Man and hired super-villains to wear the costumes of the heroes - in this case, Hawkeye has been replaced by Bullseye.

I read it because I'd enjoyed Andy Diggle's writing on THE LOSERS... but this was just relentlessly dark &
Gordon Pennington
Sep 13, 2011 Gordon Pennington rated it it was amazing
Shelves: fantasy
Dark Reign: Hawkeye is a look through the eyes of not a hero but a villain. The protagonist is an evil person masquerading as a good guy, but not really going out of his way to make it look that authentic. Due to the violence in parts of this book, I would definitely recommend this to an older crowd. This book gets a little confusing in parts, especially if you are not completely caught up in Marvel's history. The writing makes the reader contemplate what exactly is real in the book right up unt ...more
Mar 11, 2016 Erik rated it really liked it
Great story!
May 30, 2011 Angela rated it liked it
Hawkeye/Bullseye thinks hes going insane and is determined to stop it. Fun and very violent.
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May 20, 2011 Savion C.c.m marked it as to-read
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A must read for me...Hawkeye is my favorite super hero
Dec 21, 2013 Sharon rated it liked it
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Sep 10, 2011 Frank Byrns rated it liked it
Quick fun read -- nothing exceptional.
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Andy Diggle is a British comic book writer and former editor of 2000 AD. He is best known for his work on The Losers,Swamp Thing, Hellblazer, Adam Strange and Silent Dragon at DC Comics and for his run on Thunderbolts and Daredevil after his move to Marvel.

In 2013 Diggle left writing DC's Action Comics and began working with Dynamite Entertainment, writing a paranormal crime series Uncanny. He is
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