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A glorious title from classic Marvel history returns, for a suitably suspenseful tale springing from the pages of Secret Empire! The Black Widow is dead...but someone out there is killing her old enemies one by one. With a broken heart and a bloody trail to follow, Clint Barton - the Avenger known as Hawkeye - is looking for answers. And the only person alive who may have A glorious title from classic Marvel history returns, for a suitably suspenseful tale springing from the pages of Secret Empire! The Black Widow is dead...but someone out there is killing her old enemies one by one. With a broken heart and a bloody trail to follow, Clint Barton - the Avenger known as Hawkeye - is looking for answers. And the only person alive who may have them is another of Natasha Romanoff 's ex-boyfriends - Bucky Barnes, the Winter Soldier! Can Clint and Bucky trust each other long enough to honor the Black Widow's legacy, and unravel the web of mysteries that Natasha Romanoff left behind? COLLECTING: TALES OF SUSPENSE 100-104


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A glorious title from classic Marvel history returns, for a suitably suspenseful tale springing from the pages of Secret Empire! The Black Widow is dead...but someone out there is killing her old enemies one by one. With a broken heart and a bloody trail to follow, Clint Barton - the Avenger known as Hawkeye - is looking for answers. And the only person alive who may have A glorious title from classic Marvel history returns, for a suitably suspenseful tale springing from the pages of Secret Empire! The Black Widow is dead...but someone out there is killing her old enemies one by one. With a broken heart and a bloody trail to follow, Clint Barton - the Avenger known as Hawkeye - is looking for answers. And the only person alive who may have them is another of Natasha Romanoff 's ex-boyfriends - Bucky Barnes, the Winter Soldier! Can Clint and Bucky trust each other long enough to honor the Black Widow's legacy, and unravel the web of mysteries that Natasha Romanoff left behind? COLLECTING: TALES OF SUSPENSE 100-104

30 review for Tales of Suspense: Hawkeye & the Winter Soldier (Tales of Suspense (2017) #100-104)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    Dammit, Tumblr, I don't even go here! D'oh. Yeah, I saw some snippets of this on Tumblr and was intrigued by the dynamic between Hawkeye and Bucky. Considering 99% of what I know about the Avengers is from Tumblr, it was pretty good. :D

  2. 4 out of 5

    Paz R.M.

    3.5 stars. Okay, this was fun, I love the Clint/Bucky team-up and the quest for Natasha. I, like I've said before, am so lost with the current marvel events/storylines, so I had no idea about Black Widow's... ya know, demise. But this gives you enough backstory to bring you up to speed and enjoy this comic. The relationship between the characters, Clint annoying the shit out of Bucky and Bucky low-key boring him/making him uncomfortable was the best thing out if this and tbh the selling point of t 3.5 stars. Okay, this was fun, I love the Clint/Bucky team-up and the quest for Natasha. I, like I've said before, am so lost with the current marvel events/storylines, so I had no idea about Black Widow's... ya know, demise. But this gives you enough backstory to bring you up to speed and enjoy this comic. The relationship between the characters, Clint annoying the shit out of Bucky and Bucky low-key boring him/making him uncomfortable was the best thing out if this and tbh the selling point of this story, and it does deliver some amazing moments/lines (if you're on tumblr, I bet you've seen the "naturally greasy" panel) Plus, the whole Red Room plotline was actually entertaining, although maybe the weakest part, specially with how quickly everything was resolved. That being said, maybe because I do love Clint so much, I felt like he got the short end of the stick and the ending wasn't satisfying enough. It sets up for more, but I have no idea if the story continues with another title. Dunno, it was never a 5 star book for me, but the ending really disappointing me.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    Witty and fast-paced, a fun adventure series that definitely flips the script on the traditional "damsel in distress" storyline we often get from comics. I'm definitely curious as to how that ending may play out in later books! More Ursa Major for sure. My only real complaint is that the artwork steadily fell the entire series and it just wasn't my favorite part, which is a real bummer.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    good story, questionable art

  5. 5 out of 5

    Allison

    This was simply great! I loved the dynamic duo of Bucky and Clint as their arguments kept making me laugh. This was a great mood booster! I’m dying for more!! This has to be the best comic I’ve ever come across! Witty banter! Sarcasm overload! Drama! Action! Bucky! Natasha! Love! It’s just perfect!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Lesley

    You'd have to work real hard for me to dislike a Bucky & Clint team-up. More Ursa Major please. Not overly fond of the art but that's just me.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Deni

    I loved the dynamic relationships between Hawkeye and Winter Soldier and their past with Black Widow. Great consistent art too.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Diane ~Firefly~

    Hawkeye and The Winter Soldier are awesome together! They totally need to team up more. (view spoiler)[The Black Widow carries the second half as her plan is revealed. She is one scary, determined woman. (hide spoiler)]

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marisa

    This story is possibly the only good thing to come about as a result of Nick Spencer’s incredibly offensive and self-serving “Secret Empire”. *You will not have needed to read “Secret Empire” to read Tales of Suspense. Only 2 major events would be necessary to know about. * I’m rating Tales of Suspense as 5 stars because I really loved the story. It was a fun, “buddy comedy” with just the right touch of drama, mystery and suspense. The author wrote the characters with accuracy. He brought out the This story is possibly the only good thing to come about as a result of Nick Spencer’s incredibly offensive and self-serving “Secret Empire”. *You will not have needed to read “Secret Empire” to read Tales of Suspense. Only 2 major events would be necessary to know about. * I’m rating Tales of Suspense as 5 stars because I really loved the story. It was a fun, “buddy comedy” with just the right touch of drama, mystery and suspense. The author wrote the characters with accuracy. He brought out the dimensions of their personality. And the chemistry between all 3 main characters is perfect. The art is lazy but (mostly) tolerable. There are a couple times that it seems the artist just scribbled something and gave up.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Read single issues. It would've been really hard to make me dislike Bucky and Clint teaming up on a Natasha-centric mission, but this kept exceeding my expected level of delight.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Reading Bifrost

    “I love stakeouts.” “This isn’t a stakeout.” “Don’t ruin it. I feel like things are just turning around for us. The last guy we talked to still isn’t dead. We have a real lead. I could get used to having a sidekick.” “You think I’m YOUR sidekick?” “I mean…you’re the world’s second most famous sidekick. So, yeah.” “Second?” “Well, Yeah. Robin.” “Who the $#%@ is Robin?” Natasha is dead and someone is killing off members of The Red Room in her place. Clint, of course, doesn’t believe for a moment that “I love stakeouts.” “This isn’t a stakeout.” “Don’t ruin it. I feel like things are just turning around for us. The last guy we talked to still isn’t dead. We have a real lead. I could get used to having a sidekick.” “You think I’m YOUR sidekick?” “I mean…you’re the world’s second most famous sidekick. So, yeah.” “Second?” “Well, Yeah. Robin.” “Who the $#%@ is Robin?” Natasha is dead and someone is killing off members of The Red Room in her place. Clint, of course, doesn’t believe for a moment that Natasha went down so easily. Bucky just wants to figure out who is the culprit behind the murders. And so begins the team-up between The Black Widow’s ex-boyfriends. Clint is very aloof and easy going; wearing his heart on his sleeve for the most part. Bucky is all action and secret spy stuffs; hard, unrelenting, and a realist. This comic mushes the two together for a common goal and it works! The dynamic is 70% Clint acting like his normal goof self with his carefree attitude and 30% Bucky contemplating ways to murder him. The art was a little iffy. At times there are these great expressions, great scenes, and alright action panels. Other times you get an I-just-paused-the-moive-at-an-awkward-time freaky facial expression and wonder what the artist was thinking.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Shelley

    3.5? I don't know. Clint is convinced that Natasha is still alive, even though he saw Steve kill her, and Bucky ends up tracking him while he's tracking her, and then they become each other's sidekicks. It's amusing, with witty banter on both parts, plus added dumpster fire Clint. ("You thought someone was about to shoot at you and my response was "Be cool"?!" "Yes." "Fair enough.") But I'm a little confused why they say they hate each other? And why, in listing Bucky's past, his tenure as Cap i 3.5? I don't know. Clint is convinced that Natasha is still alive, even though he saw Steve kill her, and Bucky ends up tracking him while he's tracking her, and then they become each other's sidekicks. It's amusing, with witty banter on both parts, plus added dumpster fire Clint. ("You thought someone was about to shoot at you and my response was "Be cool"?!" "Yes." "Fair enough.") But I'm a little confused why they say they hate each other? And why, in listing Bucky's past, his tenure as Cap is never mentioned? Like, what? Or his supreme watcherness. Or that Nat doesn't actually remember him, despite that last page? I have no idea where in continuity this goes. But I really liked their team up, I really liked how each chapter was a different POV, and it was a good, tight story. The art wasn't fabulous, but Rachelle Rosenberg nailed colors as always. I was super looking forward to this, but it may not be a must purchase after all.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Nate

    This was a lot of fun. Winter Soldier and Hawkeye are perfectly paired as buddy cops/superheroes on the trail of what seems like but can't be the recently deceased Black Widow. This is basically a spy thriller with unusually good dialogue from a writer who knows all the characters involved very well and loves writing them as there is a joy and curiosity that you can feel in every page of this collection.

  14. 5 out of 5

    E

    Rosenberg either has a fundamental misunderstanding of Bucky (as an ever-serious, judgmental prick) or Clint (as a never-serious, goofy hipster) or both. Not a great grasp on Natasha, either. There were a few good moments, but overall disappointing. There was, however, a bilingual bear that is a Soviet war hero, who was last seen running down a highway cursing at motorists after liberating a dozen or so ballerinas/spies-in-training. 5/10 would bear again

  15. 4 out of 5

    Becca [Saurus]

    I picked this up because I had seen parts of it a Tumblr which were hilarious, and it was worth it! The combo of Hawkeye and The Winter Soldier is hilarious, and Clint is just pure Clint gold throughout. A new favourite!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    Generally fun to read. But it does tick me off that a major character death in Secret Empire was reversed so quickly, and that the reversal was a part of the plan. Maybe if it were something less lazy than clones and psychics, it wouldn't bother me quite so much.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Hannah

    This was pretty good, but it would have been better if it wasn't actually centered on Black Widow, who I just don't find likable at all. Still, I do love Clint, Bucky, and their love/hate friendship, and the parts of the comic that were actually about them were excellent.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Gerry Sacco

    Really good. Some very funny parts. Art was fairly stylized but overall I enjoyed it. I enjoyed the letter at the end as well from Rosenberg. “That’s why I love super hero stories. If they work right, when you see the curtain come down at the end, somehow it’s you who has changed.”

  19. 5 out of 5

    Emmanuel Nevers

    I wasn't expecting to like this as much as I did! Hawkeye and Winter Soldier make a great disfunctional team and this story also carries the provenance of what actually happened to Black Widow. Highly Recommended.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Katie Florida

    3.5 *read issue by issue* This started off so strong. The banter between Hawkeye and the Winter Soldier was fantastic. Natasha kinda ruined it for me.

  21. 4 out of 5

    La Renarde

    All my favourite characters reunited in a poignant story. Loved it.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jen

    I really like Winger Soldier, Hawkeye, and Black Widow in most of the comics and films. So this was spot on for me. Hawkeye has this weird annoying sense of humor and it plays really well with WS.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ry

    3.5 stars. a little convoluted but in a way i didn't mind. loved the writing in some parts. the art was not my style. i 100% need clint and bucky to team up again asap.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    Cons: I'm not sure what was going on with the plot. Pros: I didn't buy this for the plot. I bought it for the Clint + Bucky shenanigans, and the shenanigans definitely did not disappoint!

  25. 5 out of 5

    anna

    this was great, i love bucky and clint so much

  26. 5 out of 5

    Brian

    takes place after the whole Steve Rogers/Hydra storyline....which I hadn't finished yet. Whoops.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rochelle

    Minus one star because of the fuckery that is Nazi Steve Rogers

  28. 4 out of 5

    Abby

    My three favorite characters all in the same comic? Both exciting and hilarious. Best comic ever!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Claire

    I adored the banter between Hawkeye and the Winter Soldier and it was interesting to see how their different styles of spywork do and don’t work together. Enjoyable comic overall.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Everything I wanted it to be and more.

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