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.
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.
From Hawkeye #8 by Matt Fraction and David Aja. I was wondering when we’d get to this joke.
#Hawkguy seen in the wild. (at The Bookstore Plus)