#HawkeyeInitiative at #ECCC. He was our hero.
HEY LOOK I’M ON THE INTERNET! X>
For real though, my spine is definitely feeling it after doing this all day. D:
there should be fic where clint barton works at target.
Hawkeye (2012) #6
the annotated matt fraction
i’m going to start writing all my stories about clint’s love of ‘dog cops’ from now on
Even Robot Chicken knows about the Hawkeye Initiative…
You don’t know?
You have been warned.
So I just had to join in on the Hawkeye Initiative bandwagon, it’s just so… full of empowerment.
And then I went totally overboard.
Even gave them suggestive captions.
I feel like a predator drawing this.
(but Tony’s face! <3!)
I solemnly swear I ADORE THE HAWKEYE INITIATIVE
↳ [8/10 characters] Clint Barton/Hawkeye
my sexy sexy body
“Theres like 100,000 aliens out there!”
“Yeah, and I Killed 11, youre welcome.”
Eeeeeeeh kinda afraid I didn’t make it ridiculous enough!
BUT HERE WE GO. MY FIRST CONTRIBUTION TO THE HAWKEYE INITIATIVE.
Had to replace Nightwing with Natasha. I just had to.
(I swear the ones to come will be much funnier.)
Legolas babysittin’ this year’s archers :)
there are actual white heterosexual men actually complaining about the hawkeye initiative
I was actually just about to comment on that.
Because really, if you’re “upset” or “offended” by this creative means of commentary on the comic industry as a whole, you should probably take a massive step back and reassess the reasons you’re “offended”.
- Is it because you’re uncomfortable seeing a man contorted into physically impossible poses for the sake of emphasizing his “assets”?
- Is it because you’re uncomfortable seeing your own sex objectified for the consumers of the opposite sex? (Generalizations, here. Since the number of queer comic fans is actually massive.)
Welcome to the life of female comic fans the world over.
Believe it or not, but despite the overwhelmingly persistent notion that “COMICS ARE FOR DUDES!!!”, we’ve been there from the beginning, and have only begun making our voices heard in recent decades because we’ve finally managed to eek our feet in the doors of the industry to produce some of the content.
The “Hawkeye Initiative” is not derogatory, nor is it intended to mock male-identified comic fans. It’s a creative-oriented commentary on the hilariously sexist industry that is the world of comics.