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The Last Iron Fist sequence from Immortal Iron Fist #16, Art by David Aja. 
I can’t tell you how much I love David Aja’s art.  So subtle and so balanced, very much like Deodato.  I think it’s only a matter of time that Aja gets himself a BIG book, like Secret Avengers. To be honest, I think he works quite well with the current lineup of stellar and interested artists being played with on the three-times monthly Amazing Spider-Man. 

The Last Iron Fist sequence from Immortal Iron Fist #16, Art by David Aja

I can’t tell you how much I love David Aja’s art.  So subtle and so balanced, very much like Deodato.  I think it’s only a matter of time that Aja gets himself a BIG book, like Secret Avengers. To be honest, I think he works quite well with the current lineup of stellar and interested artists being played with on the three-times monthly Amazing Spider-Man. 

Excellent Ryan Gosling referencing in here, Mr. Fraction. (I’m probably reading too much into it. Also I’m admitting to having seen Crazy Stupid Love. Oh God.)
You know what I also love about this issue: car chases with Mini Coopers, Italian Job style. I’m currently very obsessed with Minis. 
From Hawkeye #3 by Matt Fraction and David Aja.

Excellent Ryan Gosling referencing in here, Mr. Fraction. (I’m probably reading too much into it. Also I’m admitting to having seen Crazy Stupid Love. Oh God.)

You know what I also love about this issue: car chases with Mini Coopers, Italian Job style. I’m currently very obsessed with Minis. 

From Hawkeye #3 by Matt Fraction and David Aja.

From HAWKEYE #6 by Matt Fraction and David Aja.
My Dad and I just read this and we both had a good hearty laugh at Clint Barton struggling with the damn remotes for his newfangled HD TV because it’s something we struggle through EVERY DAMN NIGHT. 

From HAWKEYE #6 by Matt Fraction and David Aja.

My Dad and I just read this and we both had a good hearty laugh at Clint Barton struggling with the damn remotes for his newfangled HD TV because it’s something we struggle through EVERY DAMN NIGHT. 

More than anything else, I really love David Aja’s page and design sense in HAWKEYE #6. Alot of people have been fawning over it and I have to say this page pretty much blows my socks off. 
Digitally speaking, I feel like quite a bit is lost aesthetically especially reading this on a laptop, but who can say about an iPad or any other device. Regardless, I feel like holding a physical copy of this page would be preferable over any other format. 

More than anything else, I really love David Aja’s page and design sense in HAWKEYE #6. Alot of people have been fawning over it and I have to say this page pretty much blows my socks off. 

Digitally speaking, I feel like quite a bit is lost aesthetically especially reading this on a laptop, but who can say about an iPad or any other device. Regardless, I feel like holding a physical copy of this page would be preferable over any other format. 

From Hawkeye #8 by Matt Fraction and David Aja. I was wondering when we’d get to this joke. 

From Hawkeye #8 by Matt Fraction and David Aja. I was wondering when we’d get to this joke. 

(Source: comixology.com)

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A small peak at next week’s HAWKEYE #19

Spoilers, i suppose.

Now this is an interesting way to show your work and how the issue came together. I’m excited to check it out. It’s too bad Hawkeye is coming to an end, but at least we managed to get this kind of awesome stuff.