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Can Los Angeles really handle two Hawkeyes? Just as Kate Bishop reaches out to ask for Clint Barton's help with finding her dead mother, the senior bowman shows up needing help of his own. An unknown party is gunning for him - and their attack kicks off a wild chase across the City of Angels! Now, Hawkeye and Hawkeye must try their hardest to stay one step ahead, fully ali Can Los Angeles really handle two Hawkeyes? Just as Kate Bishop reaches out to ask for Clint Barton's help with finding her dead mother, the senior bowman shows up needing help of his own. An unknown party is gunning for him - and their attack kicks off a wild chase across the City of Angels! Now, Hawkeye and Hawkeye must try their hardest to stay one step ahead, fully alive, and with minimal property damage...well, okay, with moderate property damage. But who has Clint and Kate in their sights, and what is their sinister agenda? The Hawkeyes are reunited and it feels so good! COLLECTING: HAWKEYE 13-16, GENERATIONS: HAWKEYE & HAWKEYE 1


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Can Los Angeles really handle two Hawkeyes? Just as Kate Bishop reaches out to ask for Clint Barton's help with finding her dead mother, the senior bowman shows up needing help of his own. An unknown party is gunning for him - and their attack kicks off a wild chase across the City of Angels! Now, Hawkeye and Hawkeye must try their hardest to stay one step ahead, fully ali Can Los Angeles really handle two Hawkeyes? Just as Kate Bishop reaches out to ask for Clint Barton's help with finding her dead mother, the senior bowman shows up needing help of his own. An unknown party is gunning for him - and their attack kicks off a wild chase across the City of Angels! Now, Hawkeye and Hawkeye must try their hardest to stay one step ahead, fully alive, and with minimal property damage...well, okay, with moderate property damage. But who has Clint and Kate in their sights, and what is their sinister agenda? The Hawkeyes are reunited and it feels so good! COLLECTING: HAWKEYE 13-16, GENERATIONS: HAWKEYE & HAWKEYE 1

30 review for Hawkeye: Kate Bishop, Vol. 3: Family Reunion (Hawkeye: Kate Bishop (Collected Editions) #3)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Logan

    Good! Sad to see that this series got canned (Thanks Marvel...) cause it really was something! So the story continues from the last volume with Kate Bishop trying to find her mother while enlisting the help of Clint Barton, who has his own set of problems to deal with. Kelly Thompson really does continue the same level of quality Matt Fraction set when he was writing Hawkeye, while adding her own style! I mean its just solid straight forward writing: there's no tie ins, editorial agenda's, prete Good! Sad to see that this series got canned (Thanks Marvel...) cause it really was something! So the story continues from the last volume with Kate Bishop trying to find her mother while enlisting the help of Clint Barton, who has his own set of problems to deal with. Kelly Thompson really does continue the same level of quality Matt Fraction set when he was writing Hawkeye, while adding her own style! I mean its just solid straight forward writing: there's no tie ins, editorial agenda's, pretentiousness writing nobody understands; no its just a good Hawkeye story! But aside from that, the humor excellent, I love the banter between Kate and Clint and all round this was a great series! Although based on that ending, I'm pretty sure were going to see a new Hawkeye series at some point!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Frédéric

    This Hawkeye series is obviously more character than plot driven. Yet Kelly Thompson managed to attain a strong alchemy. The characters, their interactions, monologues and dialogues, all participate in making this book a good book, even without a strong story (some powered gal is after Hawkeye-Clint for stuff that happened during Civil war). It’s light, it’s fun, emotions are well dealt with and we see promises of things to come when the series hit the stands again next august. I just hope Kelly This Hawkeye series is obviously more character than plot driven. Yet Kelly Thompson managed to attain a strong alchemy. The characters, their interactions, monologues and dialogues, all participate in making this book a good book, even without a strong story (some powered gal is after Hawkeye-Clint for stuff that happened during Civil war). It’s light, it’s fun, emotions are well dealt with and we see promises of things to come when the series hit the stands again next august. I just hope Kelly Thompson will be in again. Very cool art by Leonardo Romero.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I am super bummed this got canceled

  4. 4 out of 5

    Wing Kee

    A fun little end to a great series that was cancelled way too soon. World: The art is great, the art has been great since the start of the series and it’s the same here. The characters are full of emotion, the framing and style wonderful and the colors a different but same play on Fraction’s run is a wonderful thing indeed. The world building is good, it’s a finale for the run and it’s all the pieces that this creative team has had since starting Kate’s run. It’s all her friends, all her enemies, A fun little end to a great series that was cancelled way too soon. World: The art is great, the art has been great since the start of the series and it’s the same here. The characters are full of emotion, the framing and style wonderful and the colors a different but same play on Fraction’s run is a wonderful thing indeed. The world building is good, it’s a finale for the run and it’s all the pieces that this creative team has had since starting Kate’s run. It’s all her friends, all her enemies, all the past with Clint and it is all at play here and it’s a wonderful thing. There is a rushed sense to the world but it’s normal cause Marvel cancelled this book just when the pieces of the past with Kate’s parents were going to be something bigger. Oh well. Story: Wonderful but not enough. I loved the Generations issue, it was jarring yes but it was also so full of character beats that it reminded me why I love Kate and Clint together as a team so well. Then we get into the final 4 issue arc and it’s just great. A lot of emotions, a lot of character interaction and dialog and a rushed plot. Yes a rushed plot, because this should have been a 5-6 issue arc and a lot more of Kate’s family and past should have been the focus, but Marvel cancels this series and it makes no sense. This was one of their best and most diverse series and Kate was written so well that it is a shame that this book ended. I love this story and I want more… Characters: Kate is a brilliant character, what this creative team has done with her and to separate her from the amazing Fraction run is astounding. They didn’t try to do the same and they didn’t try to do a 180 but they did side step enough to make Kate feel so very different from Clint that you will love her just as much, if not more, than Clint. She’s just a fun character to read. Her friends are great, but this arc didn’t really have time for them, and the mystery of her parents was drama character gold, but we also didn’t have enough time with them. In the end the character work in the past stood out and allowed this final arc to flow but the banter and the chemistry from previous arcs was not as present here…thanks Marvel. I really love this series, and I wished it had gone on forever and forever…thanks Marvel. Onward to the next book!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Appelcline

    Kelly Thompson brings her "Kate-Eye" series to a solid end. Having established Kate in LA, bringing Clint into the picture allows for an excellent expansion of the comic. (Kate's supporting cast largely fades away as a tradeoff, but that's a tradeoff I'd happily take.) The comic opens with one of those Generations comics, and it's about sharp-shooters being brought to a mysterious island across time and space, which is all kinds of bizarre, and makes me wonder how much stranger the rest of the Ge Kelly Thompson brings her "Kate-Eye" series to a solid end. Having established Kate in LA, bringing Clint into the picture allows for an excellent expansion of the comic. (Kate's supporting cast largely fades away as a tradeoff, but that's a tradeoff I'd happily take.) The comic opens with one of those Generations comics, and it's about sharp-shooters being brought to a mysterious island across time and space, which is all kinds of bizarre, and makes me wonder how much stranger the rest of the Generations were. With that said, it's a good lead-in to the last arc, which mixes that, Madame Masque, and the mystery of Kate's parents into a rather nice whole. There is a bit too much running about and fighting, which drags this volume down from a perfect score. There are also a lot of unanswered questions, most notably who was trying to kill Clint, and what exactly is up with Swordsman and Eden, but I can accept that, and it's clear that some of the questions will be answered in the future. Overall, 4.5 stars, and it's great that Thompson will be able to continue this story in a new West Coast Avengers which looks like it'll have a rather delightful cast (including, of course, Hawkeyes).

  6. 5 out of 5

    Liz Kay

    Two Hawkeyes are always better than one

  7. 4 out of 5

    Abi (The Knights Who Say Book)

    (3.5 stars) These comics keep being not quite as good as I want them to be, then finishing with scenes just good enough that I can’t give them a bad rating. I don’t know. I love the Hawkeyes.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues] God damn it Marvel, stop cancelling all the really good books! First up, Kate travels to the past to help past!Clint against a villain who can pull people through space and time in one of the few Generations one-shots that's actually worth reading. The villain here, Eden, then comes back to haunt the pair in the present day as she and Madame Masque team up to ruin both Hawkeyes' lives while Kate's family drama continues to escalate. This is just...so good, you guys. Kate on [Read as single issues] God damn it Marvel, stop cancelling all the really good books! First up, Kate travels to the past to help past!Clint against a villain who can pull people through space and time in one of the few Generations one-shots that's actually worth reading. The villain here, Eden, then comes back to haunt the pair in the present day as she and Madame Masque team up to ruin both Hawkeyes' lives while Kate's family drama continues to escalate. This is just...so good, you guys. Kate on her own? Perfect. Throw Clint into the mix? Double perfect. Their different approaches to problems ring really true here, and their knack for bumbling their way out of trouble comes across really well too. Kate's supporting cast feel a bit forced here, but I think Thompson probably had more story to tell with them that she didn't get a chance to, so she wanted to tie up their plot threads in case she didn't get a chance elsewhere. The ultimate conclusion to Kate's family antics is loaded with potential that I hope gets realized too. Leonardo Romero returns for these issues, with Stefano Raffaele on the Generations one-shot. Romero had the difficult job of making Hawkeye a visually distinct book after the David Aja/Annie Wu/Ramon Perez era of the book, and he has done a bang up job making this stand out. Everything about this book really hit the target. Yes, it deserves a pun to go out on.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Garrett

    A fun and fitting end to the Kate Bishop on the left coast arc - love the time travel and regret and revenge and the interplay between the Hawkeyes. The inclusion of the Generations story - while awesome and necessary - does give us fewer issues of Kate's title in here, but she dominates anyway, and it's all good.

  10. 5 out of 5

    дДеса (MardyBum)

    Listen, boys, I love my Hawkeyes so much, mkay?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    Nothing like a Hawkeye and Hawkeye team up.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Pietra Ibrisimovic

    IM GONNA MISS KATE I LOVE HER SO MUCH :(

  13. 5 out of 5

    Katie

    A fitting end to a fantastic storyline. Satisfying, but leaves just enough wiggle room for more stories down the line. Can't wait to read them.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Katie Florida

    I found this whole series to be witty and well written. I really enjoy the lighter time paired with excellent action and plot twists.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    My pull is already missing Kate Bishop. I think maybe the best part of this book was the last line: returning in August 2018.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Debbi

    3,5/5 ((half a star, or maybe even a full one, gets added just because Clint -my love- is in this))

  17. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    i finished hawkeye and now i'm a shell of a human being

  18. 4 out of 5

    Reading Bifrost

    “You think re-teaming with your mentor, colleague, namesake, friend—FAMILY, if you’re honest—will be a good thing. You tell yourself you can count on family. But you’re an idiot, because family is also the most trouble of anything around. I think the root of the word ‘family’ is even something about trouble. I mean, I may have made that up, but it totally should be.” Here we are once again joining Kate Bishop—the other Hawkeye— on her LA adventure. This time she not only has the trusty dog, L “You think re-teaming with your mentor, colleague, namesake, friend—FAMILY, if you’re honest—will be a good thing. You tell yourself you can count on family. But you’re an idiot, because family is also the most trouble of anything around. I think the root of the word ‘family’ is even something about trouble. I mean, I may have made that up, but it totally should be.” Here we are once again joining Kate Bishop—the other Hawkeye— on her LA adventure. This time she not only has the trusty dog, Lucky, but also Clint Barton joining her! I did enjoy the new characters Kate made friends with in LA, but this issue showed just how much chemistry the two Hawkeyes have and how much I missed them teaming up! They have easy, friendly banter—even in the middle of a fight. Unfortunately, this is the last of the series, with Thompson taking up West Coast Avengers in August. Too much is left open in the plot and the Avengers taking up being reality TV stars is not in my reading list.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Riah

    This is the final volume of the Kate Bishop Hawkeye series (as usual, Marvel has cancelled another of my favorites). It starts with the generations volume, of Kate traveling back in time to meet Clint, the other Hawkeye on an island full of archers. Usually the generations books are one offs, but it winds up tying into the story arc in the regular book, which has the two Hawkeyes team up to catch Eden, who can pull people through time and wants revenge on old white dude Hawkeye for killing her d This is the final volume of the Kate Bishop Hawkeye series (as usual, Marvel has cancelled another of my favorites). It starts with the generations volume, of Kate traveling back in time to meet Clint, the other Hawkeye on an island full of archers. Usually the generations books are one offs, but it winds up tying into the story arc in the regular book, which has the two Hawkeyes team up to catch Eden, who can pull people through time and wants revenge on old white dude Hawkeye for killing her daughter. Both Kate's mom and dad feature prominently in the story as well. It's a fine but not great arc. I like Hawkeye better when she's more independent and her friends have more to do. It's an ok conclusion to the series, but it's a shame that it moves away from the strengths of the first two volumes.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rod Brown

    Cancelled before it had a chance to find its footing, the Kate Bishop Hawkeye series ends without really ending as this volume gets sidetracked by the Generations company-wide event rather than resolving any of the ongoing storylines with Kate's mother and father. Thompson keeps things moving so fast and humorously that one might almost miss the fact that the Generations time travel crap doesn't really make much sense. I'm disappointed to see the book dumped so unceremoniously. I hope Kate Bishop Cancelled before it had a chance to find its footing, the Kate Bishop Hawkeye series ends without really ending as this volume gets sidetracked by the Generations company-wide event rather than resolving any of the ongoing storylines with Kate's mother and father. Thompson keeps things moving so fast and humorously that one might almost miss the fact that the Generations time travel crap doesn't really make much sense. I'm disappointed to see the book dumped so unceremoniously. I hope Kate Bishop gets another chance to prove her leading character potential. Maybe it would help if she weren't time-sharing her superhero codename?

  21. 5 out of 5

    David

    Kelly Thompson wrote Kate and Clint's dynamic really well. Better than Lemire, anyway (I wish I could forget his Hawkeye run). And Lucky was great whenever they managed to showcase him. All in all, I really enjoyed this volume, even if I'd forgotten some details from earlier volumes, which made me be all 'what are you talking about' sometimes. I'll understand it better when I reread it I guess. + 3 stars for Kate and Clint's dynamic + 1 star for a good story A solid 4 star rating.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dakota Morgan

    Hawkeye and Hawkguy team up in LA to, essentially, punch a ton of lackeys. The comedy is solid, as are the punches, but the plot is oddly hard to follow (Kate Bishop has a wayyy too convoluted family tree). And the less said about the Generations issue, the better. Still an enjoyable romp, as ever, but definitely a step down from previous volumes.

  23. 5 out of 5

    P.

    Hawkeye is the only series that I've managed to follow via collected editions for a couple of runs. It's consistently fun, punchy, maintains a similar aesthetic most of the time, and is generally just a delight.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Meagan

    I love love love the humor in this series and what a snarky little s*** kate is. her team is made of a bunch of lovable misfits and i just adored their dynamic and how it developed. and the story was really exciting and I can't wait for her return in Aug!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    Do love my Hawkeyes! This seems to be the end of the story line, but one can hope for more, yes? The addition of Generations story was redundant (for me) but I suppose a worthy add; did take away from Kate & Clint.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Júlia

    god, i fucking called that last plot twist from miles away and even so i still loved it to pieces. such a great volume! can't wait to know more about johnny. and i gotta mention that i really appreciate clint's very consistent and everlasting dumbassery. good god......

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    This final (?) volume of Hawkeye: Kate Bishop collects issues #13-16 and Generations Hawkeye & Hawkeye #1. The highlight of this book was, of course, the banter between Kate and Clint. I really hope for more Kate Bishop in the near future.

  28. 5 out of 5

    John

    Another great female-led title ends. Was it better than the Fraction run? No, but it was informed by it and really found that same balance of funny and street-level with a great supporting cast. You missed it, but you should catch up.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Madison Young

    So this one is definitely my favorite in the series because both of the Hawkeyes are in it together the whole time! And also the storyline and plot is really really good too sooooo maybe that’s it. Anyways, this is really good.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Nauka N.

    I HAVE SO MUCH FUN WITH IT AND I LOVE MY HAWKEYES. ALSO AUGUST 2018, PLEASE COME SOONER!

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