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136 pages, Paperback
First published July 10, 2013
Issue 6: A "six days in the life of Clint" issue that is told out of linear order, featuring cameos of Tony Stark, Spider-Man, and Wolverine.This collection was so intense, and so varied in its storytelling techniques, that as soon as I finished reading it, I felt compelled to immediately reread the entire trade paperback so I knew I caught everything -- meaning I read the entire thing through twice in one night. Highly recommended, but only after reading the first volume, Hawkeye, Vol. 1: My Life as a Weapon.
Issue 7: A one-shot issue of Clint and Kate separately helping others during Hurricane Sandy.
Issue 8: The return of Penny, interjected with femme fatale comic covers lampshading Penny's character.
Issue 9: The return of Penny, told through the lens of Clint's ex-wife Bobbi Morse/Mockingbord, work wife Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow, and friend-girl Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman, and protege Kate Bishop/Hawkeye.
Issue 10: An issue that only peripherally features Clint, but flips between being an origin story of the Clown and a flirtation between the Clown with Kate, before an "I did not see that coming" climax.
Issue 11: An issue told entirely from the perspective of Hawkeye's dog Lucky, formerly known by the tracksuit vampires as Arrow.