Avengers #60, which is a tie-in to A.X.E.: Judgment Day, sees Clint Barton/Hawkeye being dubbed some of the worthy members of the titular workforce.
WARNING: The following article incorporates spoilers for Avengers #60, on sale now from Marvel Comics.
Avengers #60, by Mark Russell, Greg Land, Jay Leisten, David Curiel and VC’s Cory Petit, sees Earth’s Mightiest Heroes getting judged — and Clint Barton/Hawkeye comes out simply wonderful.
The concern is a tie-in to “Judgment Day,” which not too long ago noticed a Celestial named Progenitor giving humanity 24 hours to show its price to keep away from extermination. Avengers #60 opens with Barton encountering Progenitor within the type of Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow for judgment in a diner. Barton questions the requirements by which Progenitor may decide humanity after which walks away. However, the being follows him and says he’ll be in contrast on his potential to convey pleasure and that means to a mailbox.
As the day goes on, Barton stops William Cross/Crossfire and interacts with a number of different folks, together with New York City mayor Luke Cage. In the tip, Progenitor admits that what’s proper is usually subjective and that Barton has grown, “which, apparently, a mailbox cannot do.” Barton thus succeeds as a result of he is higher than an inanimate blue field. Still, Progenitor finally ends up figuring out that humanity as an entire failed its take a look at.
What Is Judgment Day?
Marvel’s massive occasion of the summer time, A.X.E.: Judgment Day kicked off with Druig, the Prime Eternal, trying to wipe out mutantkind because of their genetic deviancy and launched an assault on Krakoa. The Avengers and a bunch of rogue Eternals stood in opposition to Druig’s plans and ended up awakening Progenitor. However, issues didn’t proceed as deliberate, and the Celestial started judging humanity. Hawkeye is way from the one character present process such judgment, as within the pages of Amazing Spider-Man, Peter Parker shall be pressured to face with Gwen Stacy, his former love curiosity who died because of the actions of the Green Goblin.
Created by Stan Lee and Don Heck, Hawkeye debuted in 1964’s Tales of Suspense #57 and is an knowledgeable marksman. Originally, Hawkeye began out as a villain. However, he quickly reformed and has remained a key hero within the Marvel Universe ever since, even turning into a member of varied variations of the Avengers.
On sale now from Marvel Comics, Avengers #60 contains a primary cowl from Javier Garrón and David Curiel, with a variant by Nuri Durr. The subsequent installment within the collection, Avengers #61, hits cabinets on Oct. 19.
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