Captain America & Hawkeye

Captain America Hawkeye Something s rotten in the San Andres Mountains and it s eating the locals Captain America and Hawkeye investigate but all the patriotism and arrows in the world may not be enough to save the two Aven

  • Title: Captain America & Hawkeye
  • Author: Cullen Bunn Alessandro Vitti
  • ISBN: 9780785160861
  • Page: 468
  • Format: Paperback
  • Something s rotten in the San Andres Mountains and it s eating the locals Captain America and Hawkeye investigate, but all the patriotism and arrows in the world may not be enough to save the two Avengers from a hive of dino monstrosities And when the Hybrid Queen awakens in a big way only Cap, Hawkeye and Stegron the Dinosaur Man are left to stop her Plus WhSomething s rotten in the San Andres Mountains and it s eating the locals Captain America and Hawkeye investigate, but all the patriotism and arrows in the world may not be enough to save the two Avengers from a hive of dino monstrosities And when the Hybrid Queen awakens in a big way only Cap, Hawkeye and Stegron the Dinosaur Man are left to stop her Plus Whose side is the mysterious Kashmir Vennema on Hint It s not Cap and Hawkeye s Collecting Captain America Hawkeye 629 632

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      Published :2019-05-05T05:48:56+00:00


    About “Cullen Bunn Alessandro Vitti

    • Cullen Bunn Alessandro Vitti

      Cullen grew up in rural North Carolina, but now lives in the St Louis area with his wife Cindy and his son Jackson His noir horror comic and first collaboration with Brian Hurtt , The Damned, was published in 2007 by Oni Press The follow up, The Damned Prodigal Sons, was released in 2008 In addition to The Sixth Gun, his current projects include Crooked Hills, a middle reader horror prose series from Evileye Books The Tooth, an original graphic novel from Oni Press and various work for Marvel and DC Somewhere along the way, Cullen founded Undaunted Press and edited the critically acclaimed small press horror magazine, Whispers from the Shattered Forum.All writers must pay their dues, and Cullen has worked various odd jobs, including Alien Autopsy Specialist, Rodeo Clown, Professional Wrestler Manager, and Sasquatch Wrangler And, yes, he has fought for his life against mountain lions and he did perform on stage as the World s Youngest Hypnotist Buy him a drink sometime, and he ll tell you all about it.Visit his website at cullenbunn.



    146 thoughts on “Captain America & Hawkeye

    • Yep, this is kind of a mess.The art is so dark and I don't mean it's heavy or depressing: it's literally dark! The colors chosen made everything sort of a slush and everything was a little too rough for my tastes. Perhaps that's because a lot of this book involves Cap and Hawkguy fighting symbiotes so there needed to be a lot of shrouds and loose limbs but it was just hard to make out a few times. There's not a lot of plot here. Didn't matter that the female character was barely in this book; st [...]


    • "I love Fractions Hawkeye! I love Brubakers Captain America! This is the book for me!"Yeah, not so much. But maybe I should not have gone in with such high expectations. When the Captain America title became what's basically a team-up book, the first two arcs with Bucky were pretty good, because they went into the pairs past and friendship, and they felt like they were trying to tell a good story and not just be a team-up for the sake of team-up. This is just kinda boring. Some of the banter bet [...]


    • You know for a book that features Captain America and Hawkeye and zombie dinosaurs, this was supremely disappointing.



    • If you read my very next review, you will see what you are supposed to do when you take over Captain America, when Ed Brubaker left the book.This is NOT what you do after Ed Brubaker leaves the book.Currently, Rick Remender is writing Cap, and he has taken him in this weird Super Sci-fi direction. It is a huge departure from the special ops, "Realistic", intrigue filled book that Brubaker wrote for nearly a decade. This book is like neither of those two takes on cap. This is just a generic Super [...]


    • niekto tu pozeral príliš veľa Doctora Who. Inak si naozaj tých dino-ľudí-zombíkov neviem vysvetliť :D Ako som tak prezerala reviews na túto minisériu, ľuďom sa väčšinou nepáči, že sa dej odklonil od psychologickejších vecí, ktoré písal Brubaker a vpadol viac do scifi plného akcie. Ja mám Brubakerove príbehy síce naozaj rada, ale toto mi vyhovovalo tiež. Kapitán a Hawkeye majú výbornú chémiu a na Hawkeyeových hláškach som sa uchechtávala celý čas. Po príbeh [...]


    • Captain America and Hawkeye fight zombie dinosaurs. What is not awesome about that? The story was simple, fast-paced, action-packed, yet still full of both heroes' personalities. The only downfall is in the art itself, because the close-ups of faces were just not up to par. Everything else rocked.


    • Bunn's dialogue is smart, and there's some good use here of a silly Marvel villain. On the downside, most of this book is pointless fighting, and the origin of the monsters being fought gets more and more convoluted. The result is probably mostly skippable.


    • It was an odd story and I wasn't in love with the art. This version of clint was better than in Ultimate Hawkeye, but not nearly as good as Matt Fraction's version. It entertained me well enough to read it all, but I wouldn't reread.


    • Bunn's run really wasn't bad. He started building a villain group that was unique and interesting in this opening part of his series. The relationship with Hawkeye was a bit off but otherwise this was decent.


    • A fun, breezy read.Nothing groundbreaking here, but it's entertaining. I don't think I would have been to happy with this arc if I bought it across single monthly issues, but collected in trade it's worth picking up.


    • Cap and Hawkeye vs. Dinosaurs wait, make that Zombie Dinosaurs! Fun, but forgettable. Bunn has done better work (check out his western-horror series, The Sixth Gun). I'm not really a fan of Vitti's art (it was ok in Secret Warriors but somehow I didn't really like it here).



    • Well, that was a trade that I could have done without. It wasn't my favorite team-up or storyline. It was just ok.



    • This graphic novel/comic was very interesting. Has plenty of action and nail-biting moments!! Read it in a couple of hours.


    • So, there are these two superheroes who don't like each other, but they have to work together while being chased by mutant, talking dinosaurs. I'll leave you to your own conclusions.


    • Well, that was a trade that I could have done without. It wasn't my favorite team-up or storyline. It was just ok.


    • I liked the tension between Hawkeye and Cap but I mostly loved how they're still such a good team despite their differences. Can't wait for the next graphic novel!




    • An average story why is it that in most of these team up books they always fight some obscure villain in a story that seems really cheesy?


    • Two superheroes battle terrifying creatures.The storyline was odd and felt underdeveloped / not thought through, plus the artwork didn’t grab me.This is probably one for fans only.


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