Delay after delay kept it out of our hands for months, but with last week’s release of Hawkeye #22, Matt Fraction and David Aja’s spectacular series has come to a close. While it’s nice to finally read the end, it’s with a twinge of sadness: we’ll miss this Hawkeye an awful lot. Here’s just six reasons why.
Fans of Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye series will be more than familiar with the long story of Hawkeye #22. The final issue of the run, which was first supposed to come out in February after a three-month delay on Hawkeye #21, has failed to materialise repeatedly. Until now. There’s a preview and everything!
“To me, he’s like the human heart and soul of the Avengers,” comics author Matt Fraction told Seth Meyers of Hawkeye on a recent Late Night appearance. The Sex Criminals co-creator also shares some sex tips, to be followed at one’s own peril. Enjoy!
Matt Fraction and David Aja’s Hawkeye series was one of Marvel’s biggest surprise hits when it began in 2012, but fans are still waiting for the last issue — and they’ll be waiting a little while longer. Hawkeye #22 has been pushed back again until June 10th.
Most TV shows about sex crimes are kind of dark. But that's because none of them are based on Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky's comic Sex Criminals, where two lovers discover they have the ability to stop time when they orgasm, and immediately use their powers to rob banks. Now that's going to change!
Follow-up question: Do you think you could manage to rob a bank while having sex? I think it would be awkward, but we’ll find out thanks to Matt Fraction’s naughty new Image series. Plus Powerpuff Girls, drunken ninjas and mini-Marvel heroes, all in this week’s comics!
A lot of nifty stuff is hitting the stores tomorrow, but let's just pause for a moment and reflect on the innate weirdness of Alex "Epic Realism" Ross painting Voltron. Goodness, that's bizarre. Not as weird as his League of Extraordinary Gentlemen/30 Rock mash-up, but still plum hilarious. On to the comics!
io9 recently had the opportunity to catch up with Marvel Comics megascribe Matt Fraction (Fear Itself, Invincible Iron Man) and pick his brain about some of his latest projects, such as Casanova: Avaritia (his gonzo espionage series with twin brothers Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon) and his upcoming run on Defenders (which…
In Marvel Comics' summer miniseries Fear Itself, a dark god known as The Serpent uses magic hammers to transform characters like the Hulk and the Thing into sociopathic Asgardian deities.
This summer, Marvel's been putting its superheroes through the wringer in Fear Itself, a miniseries in which a nefarious Asgardian god called The Serpent has a bone to pick with Odin.
In tomorrow's new comics, the God of Fear rises to wage war on the entire Marvel universe, Hellboy travels back to the 1970s, Batman faces two of the DC universe's heaviest hitters, and a classic John Constantine story returns.
A duo of paranormal protagonists are having a productive week. Ms. Summers wraps up her comic series, and the snarkiest magician in comic history ties the knot. Plus, Steampunk Sarah Palin and tons more high concept weirdness!
It's been a while since we've seen a massive company-wide event from Marvel, but today they've revealed their latest game changer: "Fear Itself," a seven-part miniseries penned by Matt Fraction that will kick off in March.
It's a diverse line-up at your friendly neighborhood comic book store tomorrow. Among many things, there's new Thor and Walking Dead, classic horror tales from comic masters, and a reprint of a great graphic novel from the director of Mirrormask.
Comic-Con's just posted their Sunday guide. After the onslaught of panels on Saturday, it's a much quieter day, with appearances from the Smallville and Supernatural crew, Matt Fraction, and a whole lot more (including Glee, if you're into that).
For this Thursday's comics, Marvel brings back a ton of high-profile heroes who've been on sabbatical. How high-profile? We're talking Steve Rogers, the Young Avengers, Matt Fraction's suave bastard spy Casanova Quinn, and Mick Anglo's lawsuit-prone Marvelman. That's a line-up.
Marvel omnibuses are jam-packed with story, large enough for the coffee table, and heavy enough to incapacitate burglars. This week, Marvel drops Volume 2 of old-school Invincible Iron Man yarns, and a new arc from Matt Fraction's Iron Man run.
It's been the decade where comic culture took over pop culture, and superheroes became movie stars. But what are some of our picks for the best comics from the last ten years? We're glad you - okay, we - asked.
Matt Fraction, Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon's dimension-jumping, incestuous spy-fi series was a weird one: Self-conscious, self-referential and often self-mocking, there was nonetheless something about it than nonetheless worked and seemed curiously, wonderfully refreshing at a time when mainstream comics were more…