- File Size: 159754 KB
- Print Length: 138 pages
- Publisher: Marvel (January 10, 2017)
- Publication Date: December 28, 2016
- Sold by: Marvel Entertainment US
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N1RO48J
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Nighthawk: Hate Makes Hate (Nighthawk (2016)) Kindle & comiXology
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My favorite line was when Nighthawk's computer hacker backup notes that one guy is not just a murderer, but a gentrifier - horror of horrors.
I have to admit I would not have read this book but because of David Walker. His Power Man and Iron Fist is one of the best renditions to the latest Marvel Now! event. And I have not regretted it.
A good author can give different voices to different pieces of his work. Power Man is a striking buddy comedy, but this book is not just a thrilling vigilante story, this is a political statement. This is about an America where few shamelessly rich throw a society into poverty just to get still more shamelessly rich. And all of them are white. And some of them say they want to make America great again.
There are almost no good guys here. There are immoral shamelessly rich people, there are white supremacists, there are corrupt policemen. There are series killers who do the wrong thing because of right reasons and reckless vigilantes who do the right thing by questionable means. Secret star of this story is former villain Tilda Johnson who works as mission control and equipper for Kane.
The art of Ramon Villalobos is not quite my thing, but it supports the story. This book collects the complete mini series from #1 to 6 and is a strong contribution to contemporary comics. I like it. Sorry to say that this series was cancelled. But I will read Occupy Avengers because of this. So, Marvel, give already this Misty Knight series to that guy Walker. He has deserved it.