#BETTER WAY TO DESCRIBE A WRITING PROCESS EVER
I love that they included the shower. That’s such a vital step.
The next person who makes a joke about my pole dancing and calls me a stripper, I’m going to show them this photo and say, “You may or may not take me seriously, but just know that I can probably crush your tiny little skull with my thigh muscles.”
There’s nothing I don’t love about this.
"Hawkeye and Hawkeyetake aim in Spring 2015.”
(in which I get really worked up about certain aspects of the upcoming Hawkeye Vol. 5)
So it’s been announced that Hawkeye continuing under a different artistic team and I’ve spent, no joke, months considering whether I would want this or not. But now that it’s actually happening. I am so fucking on board.
Jeff Lemire is the dude who is writing a while he is a DC boy through and through, I think he’s going to do a wicked job on the book - it’s actually going to be his Marvel debut too which is pretty huge. I’ve actually read his run of Animal Man, and it’s actually a seriously quality book. And Ramon Perez is of course, an Eisner Award winning artist - his work is really clean and vibrant and wow. I’m gonna love seeing his art on the new Hawkeye. This is wow.
And there’s good news for Kate fans (read: everyone everywhere ever) too.
“That term. That title. That legacy. What does it mean? I think that it’s interesting that we’ve had a few different characters, all very close now, that have taken on that name. This story will definitely explore that. Hawkeye, that title, doesn’t necessarily mean Clint Barton. It very much means Kate Bishop, as well, which is very cool.”
I don’t know. I’m just feel really good about this. I’ve got a really good feeling.