Friday, June 2, 2017

Currently Reading: Cyborg vol #2 (DC You) and Hawkeye vol #4 (Marvel Now)

I was going through my books and found two I know I should have finished a while ago. I don't know how I forgot about them especially since Cyborg vol #1 was a great read and the Hawkeye series has been nothing but fun.

Book: Cyborg volume #2: Enemy of the State (issues #7-12) by David F. Walker (#7-9) and Marv Wolfman (#10-12)

Illustration by Claude St. Aubin (#7), Felipe Watanabe (#8-12), Daniel HDR (#8, 10-12), Julio Ferreira (#8-12) and Ivan Reis (layout #10),

Ink by Andy Owens (#7), Oclair Albert (#8-12), Julio Ferreira (#8-12) and Daniel HDR (#11-12)

Color by Adriano Lucas (#7-12) and Letters by Rob Leigh (#7-9, 11-12) and Corey Breen (#10)

Edition: Single Print Issues



With his cybernetic tech continuing to evolve, Victor Stone may not know exactly what he is anymore, but he knows that he’s a hero. But ever since Vic helped to repel the alien invasion force called the Technosapiens, the U.S. government has been keeping a close eye on cybernetic enhancements. And that means they’re keeping a close eye on Cyborg.

Now, a new piece of legislation called the Cybernetic Regulation Act has made Vic himself the property of the United States! And if the government gets their hands on him, they can use his technology to reverse-engineer the ultimate weapon…at the cost of Victor’s life.

But Victor has a plan to find out what’s behind this sudden interest in cyber-enhanced individuals. It involves Shazam and Vic’s friends in the Justice League and putting himself right in his enemy’s clutches!

Book: Hawkeye volume #4: Rio Bravo (issues #12-13, 15, 17, 19 and 21-22) by Matt Fraction

Illustration by David Aja (#13, 15, 19, 21-22), Francesco Francavilla (#12) and Chris Eliopoulos with David Aja (#17)

Color by Francesco Francavilla (#12), Matt Hollingsworth (#13, 15, 19, 21-22) and Jordie Bellaire (#17) and Letters by Chris Eliopoulos

Cover Art by David Aja

Edition: Trade Paperback


The Final Chapter of Matt Fraction and David Aja's Eisner-Winning Reinvention of the Arrowed Avenger!

Reeling from recent events, even Hawkeye wants to know his new status quo. Who's with him? Who's against him? Who's trying to kill him, and why? And just when Clint's rock bottom couldn't arrive fast enough, his brother shows up. After a lifetime of bad decisions, Clint and Barney Barton realize they'll have to save one another -- if they don't kill each other first. But when Clown and the Tracksuit Draculas lay siege to their building, round one doesn't go well. Deafened and bloodied, will the Bartons make easy pickings for the Tracksuits? Ever seen Rio Bravo? The brothers Barton double down in a new kind of shoot 'em up! Don't miss it, bro.

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