Avengers #30

Posted on September 20th, 2012 by The Heroic Age

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Avengers #30

Love in the ruins: Can Hawkeye and Spider-Woman’s budding romance last amidst the end of the world?

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Marvel’s The Avengers: The Avengers Initiative #1

Posted on April 27th, 2012 by The Heroic Age

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Marvel’s The Avengers: The Avengers Initiative #1
The all-ages, action-packed prequel to the Avengers movie is here! Meet the incredible cast of the Avengers Initiative: Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye! The perfect introduction to The Avengers movie coming out in May 2012!

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Ultimate Comics Hawkeye #2

Posted on October 16th, 2011 by The Heroic Age

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Ultimate Comics Hawkeye #2
Tasked on a covert and dangerous mission, Hawkeye finds himself in the middle of an international arms race where the stakes are higher than ever. At the fringe of obtaining a serum that will change the course of mutant history, has the eagle-eyed hero aimed too high to succeed? Fan favorites Jonathan Hickman and Rafa Sandoval deliver another high-octane, high-intensity thriller!

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Hawkeye & Mockingbird #5

Posted on March 9th, 2011 by The Heroic Age

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Hawkeye & Mockingbird #5
This is it, the climactic battle you’ve been waiting for! They’ve been pushed, beaten, and nearly killed—now Hawkeye & Mockingbird face off against their personal arch-nemesis, Crossfire and the all-new Phantom Rider, in no-holds barred combat! Plus: a shock ending that affects…everything!

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The Heroic Age: Avengers #4 Fan Expo Variant Cover

Posted on September 17th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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The Heroic Age: Avengers #4 Fan Expo Variant Cover
The blockbuster Marvel comic of the year continues!! The timestream is broken and with that the Marvel Universe has fallen into utter chaos. Can the Avengers defeat Kang and even if they do, is it too late? Guest-starring EVERYONE!! Plus! Another startling chapter in the untold oral history of the Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis…!

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The Heroic Age: Avengers #4 Inked Variant Cover

Posted on September 17th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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The Heroic Age: Avengers #4 Inked Variant Cover
The blockbuster Marvel comic of the year continues!! The timestream is broken and with that the Marvel Universe has fallen into utter chaos. Can the Avengers defeat Kang and even if they do, is it too late? Guest-starring EVERYONE!! Plus! Another startling chapter in the untold oral history of the Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis…!

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The Heroic Age: Avengers #4 Variant Cover

Posted on September 17th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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The Heroic Age: Avengers #4 Variant Cover
The blockbuster Marvel comic of the year continues!! The timestream is broken and with that the Marvel Universe has fallen into utter chaos. Can the Avengers defeat Kang and even if they do, is it too late? Guest-starring EVERYONE!! Plus! Another startling chapter in the untold oral history of the Avengers by Brian Michael Bendis…!

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The Heroic Age: Hawkeye and Mockingbird #4 Pencil Art Preview

Posted on August 18th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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Hawkeye and Mockingbird #4: Pencil art by David Lopez
Is the love already destroyed, in the book that IGN.com calls “A hell of a good time”? Torn and battered – and rocked by the actions taken last issue – can Hawkeye & Mockingbird even trust each other anymore? The deadly duo known as Crossfire and Phantom Rider are betting against it as they continue their bloody path of revenge! To turn the tables, our quarreling couple must put aside their differences, set their own trap, and bring in a surprise player!

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The Heroic Age: Hawkeye and Mockingbird #3

Posted on August 2nd, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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The Heroic Age: Hawkeye and Mockingbird #3
Hawkeye and Mockingbird declare war on their twisted reflections: Crossfire and Phantom Rider! What shocking event happened last issue to trigger this blood feud? And are Clint and Bobbi ready for the army that awaits them? What are the Death T.H.R.O.W.S.? And what deadly surprise awaits our heroes back at their H.Q.?

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Hawkeye and Mockingbird #3 Interior Art Preview

Posted on August 2nd, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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Hawkeye and Mockingbird #3
Hawkeye and Mockingbird declare war on their twisted reflections: Crossfire and Phantom Rider! What shocking event happened last issue to trigger this blood feud? And are Clint and Bobbi ready for the army that awaits them? What are the Death T.H.R.O.W.S.? And what deadly surprise awaits our heroes back at their H.Q.?

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The Heroic Age: Taskmaster #1 Interior Art Preview

Posted on July 30th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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The fan-favorite anti-hero from AVENGERS: INITIATIVE explodes into his own mini-series! Taskmaster has trained hench-thugs for every terrorist organization and criminal cartel in the Marvel Universe. So when the rumor starts that he’s turned traitor and now works for STEVE ROGERS, a billion-dollar bounty is put on his head, and every cadre of costumed fanatics — A.I.M., Hydra, Ultimatum, the Sons of the Serpent, everyone — looks to collect. Now Taskmaster has to fight hordes upon hordes of his psychopathic students while at the same time figuring out who framed him — which requires him figuring out who he really is! That’s right, the man with the photographic reflexes has no memory of his true identity — and you’ll learn the unexpected truth along with him! The action-packed SECRET ORIGIN of Taskmaster begins here, courtesy of New York Times bestselling writer Fred Van Lente

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Taskmaster Fights to Survive a Horde of New Enemies

Posted on July 30th, 2010 by The Heroic Age

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Taskmaster
The Taskmaster debuted back in 1980′s “Avengers” #195, and over the years he’s primarily worked as, basically, a teacher. For the right fee, he was willing to teach villains, their minions and the occasional hero some of the skills he himself has learned through his special ability. Most recently, the character appeared regularly in writer Christos Gage’s issues of “Avengers: The Initiative” where he served as leader of the Norman Osborn-controlled Initiative and lead them into battle during the Siege of Asgard.

Most of the Marvel Universe’s heroes and villains have perfected their skills through hard work and training, but not the enigmatic professional criminal known as Taskmaster. All he has to do to be able to fight like Captain America or shoot an arrow like Hawkeye is see those heroes in action. Then, thanks to his photographic reflexes, he can perfectly mimic those characters’ abilities. Nothing is free, though, and Taskmaster’s abilities do come with a price. In writer Fred Van Lente and artist Jefte Paolo’s upcoming four issue “Taskmaster” miniseries, the title character must find a way to regain what his powers have cost him before he’s killed by the horde of enemies that are hot on his trail.

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