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Brand Echh

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Hawkeye7

Subj: It's a tricky question...
Posted: Mon May 07, 2007 at 06:26:07 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Of all the Avengers...
Posted: Mon May 07, 2007 at 09:52:34 am EDT

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I see CLint as the one most likely to go: "You're all crazy! I'm not about being a government tool. I also can't see Cap loving a permanent guerilla movement on American soil." As such, I suspect that he would register (if a non-powered individual with a bow and arrow should really count as a super human person in the first place), and then refuse to join the Initiative. They don't HAVE to go together, right? I would then see him recruit some other fence-sitters and make their own team of Avengers. Black Knight, Hercules, Firestar,and Captain Monica maybe.

> I see CLint as the one most likely to go: "You're all crazy! I'm not about being a government tool. I also can't see Cap loving a permanent guerilla movement on American soil." As such, I suspect that he would register (if a non-powered individual with a bow and arrow should really count as a super human person in the first place), and then refuse to join the Initiative. They don't HAVE to go together, right? I would then see him recruit some other fence-sitters and make their own team of Avengers. Black Knight, Hercules, Firestar,and Captain Monica maybe.


True... but.....


Here' the thing. I'd rather see Hawkeye interacting with a team like Mighty Avengers, taking on big-name threats and trading insults with Ares.

But his anti-authority inclinations would lean him more towards the New Avengers and their undergound antics.

However... the BEST place for Hawkeye is, without a doubt, as a trainer in the Initiative. He was a guy who only got to play the hero because the big leagues gave him a second chance. He returned the favor by helping others, again and again, learn to be the best that they can even when no one else will give them a chance. He did it on the Avengers West Coast, he did it with the Great Lakes Avengers and he did it with the Thunderbolts.

Hawkeye was made to be a mentor for young heroes.



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