ENTER HAWKEYE!

(Source: clintonfbarton, via fuckyeahblackwidow)

zaataronpita:

zaataronpita:

the last time I trusted someone I lost an eye

How often do you think Fury uses that excuse though?

  • the last time I did paperwork I lost an eye
  • the last time I wore colors I lost an eye
  • the last time I tried decaffeinated coffee I lost an eye
  • the last time I compromised I lost an eye
  • the last time I took life advice from Barton I lost an eye

#who takes life advice from barton though like who does that

fuckyeahavengingarcher:


Hawkeye: Having Captain America around you all the time. He just— the guy just brings out the absolute best in people. You… want to be good when he’s around. You really do. Ivan, look around you real quick. Because, right now? Captain America ain’t here.

This nod to Steve and Clint’s dynamic was one of my favorite parts of this issue, and a nice way of nodding at greater continuity without weighing down its accessibility. After all, who is Hawkeye, but the guy who yells at Captain America? That has been his default stance since he joined the Avengers—the slightly less moral foil to Steve’s black-and-white ethics. Clint sees Steve that way even when the story or narration don’t; because Steve is the “boy scout,” Clint can push the envelope and do riskier things. And he has always seen Steve as his moral compass even though he constantly goes against him. 
Speaking of moral questionability, though, Clint does a few things in this issue that are suspect. And the repercussions could-and should—come back to him later on.
From Hawkeye Volume 4 #01 (Matt Fraction & David Aja)

fuckyeahavengingarcher:

Hawkeye: Having Captain America around you all the time. He just— the guy just brings out the absolute best in people. You… want to be good when he’s around. You really do. Ivan, look around you real quick. Because, right now? Captain America ain’t here.

This nod to Steve and Clint’s dynamic was one of my favorite parts of this issue, and a nice way of nodding at greater continuity without weighing down its accessibility. After all, who is Hawkeye, but the guy who yells at Captain America? That has been his default stance since he joined the Avengers—the slightly less moral foil to Steve’s black-and-white ethics. Clint sees Steve that way even when the story or narration don’t; because Steve is the “boy scout,” Clint can push the envelope and do riskier things. And he has always seen Steve as his moral compass even though he constantly goes against him.

Speaking of moral questionability, though, Clint does a few things in this issue that are suspect. And the repercussions could-and should—come back to him later on.

From Hawkeye Volume 4 #01 (Matt Fraction & David Aja)

(via wondygirl)

gritsinmisery:

Captain America 3: Someone Should Really Call Clint I Mean Seriously Like Half His Stuff Was Still At SHIELD…

LOL-ing so hard I started wheezing. Flatbear wins all the internets AGAIN.

(Source: flatbear, via ushas42)

inky-petrel:

just-gusto:

copperbadge:

linkaria:

Steve going undercover: still gotta show off that giant identifier/target in the middle of his chest. 
Well at least it’s not this: 

(Secret Avengers #19, 2012 and Captain America #424, 1993 - second image courtesy of copperbadge)

He’s upped his game in twenty years, but his game was pretty far down to begin with.
Steve Rogers: Work In Progress.

Steve. What. Huh.

#well now we know where Clint learned it
case in point:

inky-petrel:

just-gusto:

copperbadge:

linkaria:

Steve going undercover: still gotta show off that giant identifier/target in the middle of his chest. 

Well at least it’s not this: 

(Secret Avengers #19, 2012 and Captain America #424, 1993 - second image courtesy of copperbadge)

He’s upped his game in twenty years, but his game was pretty far down to begin with.

Steve Rogers: Work In Progress.

Steve. What. Huh.

#well now we know where Clint learned it

case in point:

(via brothernathan)

Avengers Tarot by juliacross/菊叔

(via hamsterwoman78)

Hawkeye in Avengers Earth’s Mightiest Heroes

(Source: whatisaloki, via taotrooper)

fuckyeahblackwidow:

catrocketship:

A Hawkeye cameo in one of the Black Widow books i’ve been reading. 

Fun fact: this is the lunch box Duane Swierczynski, writer of this issue, had as a kid. “I have to mention that I once had a Hawkeye lunch box and Thermos in grade school. I didn’t know who the character was, but he looked badass enough to pull off the whole purple thing.”

fuckyeahblackwidow:

catrocketship:

A Hawkeye cameo in one of the Black Widow books i’ve been reading. 

Fun fact: this is the lunch box Duane Swierczynski, writer of this issue, had as a kid. “I have to mention that I once had a Hawkeye lunch box and Thermos in grade school. I didn’t know who the character was, but he looked badass enough to pull off the whole purple thing.”

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