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Hawkeye: Kate Bishop Vol. 1: Anchor Points Paperback – June 13, 2017
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That's the elevator pitch, but what makes this series unique is that writer Kelly Thompson has a clear and compelling perspective on Kate Bishop -- who, like Clint Barton, is a superhero without super powers, just trying to make her way in the world. Kate may seem like she has her **** together, but the truth is that she's making it up as she goes along, just like everyone else. The one thing that sets her apart is her absolutely dogged commitment to doing the right thing -- no matter how many times she might get beat up by the bad guys, or how much procedural red tape is thrown in her path by the local PD.
Of course, a great story and a good handle on character and theme would be meaningless in the world of comic books without good art. Leonardo Romero, luckily, is incredible -- the subtlety of the facial expressions and the dynamic kineticism of his action sequences make this one of the all-around prettiest books at Marvel right now.
Ultimately, Kate Bishop proves to be a highly compelling and fun lead character, and Kelly Thompson and Leonardo Romero prove to be worthy successors to the high bar set by Matt Fraction and David Aja. Highly recommended.