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Hawkeye vs. Deadpool Paperback – 17 Mar 2015
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Hawkeye vs Deadpool collects an entertaining story of a reluctant team up story. In the tradition of buddy cop flicks like Turner and Hooch Deadpool plays the Hooch to Hawkeye's straight man with Kate Bishop as the unlikely team has to prevent vital SHIELD data from falling into the hands of a scheming Black Cat.
Black Cat has teamed with a pyro-kinetic named Typhoid Mary and crazy doctor with a penchant for brainwashing people. A brainwashed Hawkeye is the catalyst for the "vs" in this book. The battle is pretty humorous with Deadpool and Hawkeye chasing Hawkeye through the streets of Manhattan by foot, rickshaw, and even Uber car.
This book is relatively lighthearted fare, but it was a completely enjoyable read.
The cleverest joke in the book only works if you're familiar with the first Hawkeye run from Matt Faction (it involves Lucky the dog), but there are a ton of other good jokes too, and the dynamic between the two heroes is like something out of a buddy action flick. Things get a little less interesting once Kate Bishop's Hawkeye gets added to the mix---as usual she's the unconvincing protégé showing up her mentor---but the story's well under way by that point and she can't derail it.
Highly entertaining, very funny, a fast and enjoyable read.
Hawkeye vs Deadpool is a short, five issue comic run that follows both Hawkeyes and Deadpool as they hunt for a flash drive full of SHIELD identities. In their way- Typhoid Mary, Black Cat, and a bunch of brainwashed asylum patients.
It's a light read with lots of fun quips and jokes that is sure to entertain. Both Hawkeye and Deadpool have a similar sense of humor in that they're always the comic relief of stories. I liked that they chose to pair them up. I loved that Kate was there as well, since I love her, but I do think she was written rather poorly. She was treated, by the writer, as a much more "girly" version of her character. Don't get me wrong, she's not not "girly" but they just painted her in a strange light, I thought. It got on my nerves a bit since from other books you don't get this from her.
Also annoying- the art seemed to keep changing. It was really slight but it got on my nerves nonetheless. I did enjoy the art overall, though. The cover is one of my absolute favorite pieces in the whole book, honestly.
I think most people will enjoy this one. I myself am a huge Hawkeye fan (less of a Deadpool fan) and I thought it was a good story. I do think it focuses a bit more on Hawkeye than Deadpool, especially with the way the story starts and ends.