Sandy Issue of 'Hawkeye'
Fraction to Donate Royalties
Published: 11/28/2012 01:26am
Marvel has blown up its story schedule on Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye to make room for a Sandy issue: #7, shipping January 16th. The issue will actually contain two stories, a Clint Barton story drawn by Steve Lieber, and a Kate Bishop story with art by Jesse Hamm. One will be set in Brooklyn, one in New Jersey, and both will tell the story of arrow-slingers struggling to help those who need it most.
Fraction has announced that he will donate his royalties on the book to hurricane relief, suggesting that fans make the check big enough to be painful. "Make it hurt," he urged.
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