Hawkeye Vol 4
Hawkeye Vol 4 is a popular comics run written by Matt Fraction and illustrated by David Aja and Annie Wu, about Clint Barton (Hawkeye, aka Hawkguy) and his protege Kate Bishop (also Hawkeye), one of the Young Avengers.
Fraction's depiction of Clint Barton was wildly popular and has had a strong influence on the characterization of many fanworks about the character, including those based in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where he is canonically married rather than single and lives on a farm rather than a Brooklyn apartment. Fraction-based characterization is especially popular for fanworks about the non-canon slash ship Clint Barton/Phil Coulson.
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