Old Man Hawkeye
The final issue of Old Man Hawkeye introduces another Old Man version of a popular Marvel character, setting up one hell of an intriguing sequel.
Following his debut in 2008's Old Man Logan, Old Man Hawkeye #11 finally reveals how Clint Barton went permanently blind.
Marvel Comics may have just introduced fans to Old Man Captain America in the pages of Old Man Hawkeye.
Old Man Hawkeye #9 teases that Daredevil may yet live in the post-apocalyptic world of Old Man Logan.
In Old Man Hawkeye #8, the villainous Bullseye goes up against an old fan-favorite Marvel character in a battle that ends with a brutal death.
Old Man Hawkeye #7 flashes back to the fateful night the Avengers fell, leading to the deaths of many fan-favorite superheroes.
In Old Man Hawkeye #6, Marvel's deadliest assassins is dispatched to take out an unexpected target, promising a fight for the ages.
The latest issue of Old Man Hawkeye confirms that the Avengers Tower of the Old Man Logan universe is just like the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Old Man Hawkeye finally answers a decade-old mystery by giving Old Man Logan's Venom Tyrannosaurus Rex a full-fledged origin story.
Old Man Hawkeye introduces Clint Barton's newest ally in his quest for vengeance, an all-new, all-different Ant-Man... err, Ant-Boy.
Old Man Hawkeye #5 sees Clint Barton's quest for revenge leads to him asking for help from an old friend: Kate Bishop, aka Hawkeye.
In Old Man Hawkeye #4, we finally discover who the Avenging Archer has targeted for dismissal - with extreme prejudice.
In Old Man Hawkeye #3, Clint Barton's quest of revenge and redemption leads him to fight an old friend and ally from Marvel's bygone era.