Hawkeye: Blindspot

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'Hawkeye: Blindspot'
Cover of Hawkeye: Blindspot #1
Art by Mike Perkins
Publication information
PublisherMarvel Comics
FormatLimited series
Publication dateFebruary – May 2011
No. of issues4
Main character(s)Hawkeye
Creative team
Created byJim McCann
Paco Diaz
Written byJim McCann
Artist(s)Paco Diaz
Letterer(s)Clayton Cowles
Colorist(s)Tomeu Morey
Editor(s)Tom Brennan

Hawkeye: Blindspot is a four issue comic book limited series published by Marvel Comics, starring Hawkeye. Hawkeye: Blindspot continues the storyline staged in Hawkeye & Mockingbird and Widowmaker. The series was written by Jim McCann.[1]

Publication history

Marvel first announced Hawkeye: Blindspot in November 2010 as the follow-up to four-issue miniseries Widowmaker. The Widowmaker storyline was originally scheduled to run through Hawkeye & Mockingbird issues #7 and #8, and Black Widow #9 and #10. Instead it was solicited as a stand-alone miniseries, which left the status of both titles unknown.[1][2]



In the wake of the shocking Widowmaker, Clint Barton is living out a fate worse than death. With his greatest skill now a terrible curse, Hawkeye will have to face down his past sins to forge a new future…but even the man with Marvel’s deadliest aim can’t always see what’s coming![1]


The first issue of Hawkeye: Blindspot was received with mostly positive critical reviews. Doug Zawisza of Comic Book Resources gave it 4.5 out 5 starts stating, "Whether you like what McCann has been doing with Hawkeye and Mockingbird and Widowmaker, or are just a fan of the Clint Barton character, this issue offers quite a bang for your three bucks".[3] Jesse Schedeen of IGN was less enthused giving it a 6.5 out of 10 explaining, "Hawkeye: Blindspot doesn't get off to a wholly satisfying start. Luckily, now that the flashbacks are out of the way, there's ample room for McCann to focus the story and ramp up the conflict".[4] Lan Pitts of Newsarama stated, "Hawkeye: Blindspot hearkens back to a simpler age of storytelling, but is hardly "simple". If you're itching for something that the current Avengers books might not be scratching, look no further than this".[5]


  1. ^ a b c Ching, Albert (2010-11-15). "Marvel Announces WIDOWMAKER Follow-Up HAWKEYE: BLINDSPOT". Newsarama. Retrieved 2011-01-22.
  2. ^ "Hawkeye Returns to the (Blind)Spotlight". Comic Book Resources. 2010-11-15. Retrieved 2011-01-22.
  3. ^ Zawisza, Doug (2011-02-16). "Review: Hawkeye: Blindspot #1". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2011-02-22.
  4. ^ Schedeen, Jesse (2011-02-16). "Hawkeye: Blindspot #1 Review". IGN. Retrieved 2011-02-22.
  5. ^ Pitts, Lan (2011-02-17). "Best Shots Rapid Reviews: SILVER SURFER, GREEN LANTERN, More". Newsarama. Retrieved 2011-02-22.

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