HAWKMAN (2002) (#1-49) (DC) #21 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Hawkman (2002) #21
Guest-starring the Atom. "The Headhunter Part Two Taking Off the Mask" is written by Geoff Johns with art by Rags Morales and Michael Bair. Kendra (Hawkgirl) Saunders is trying to move on with her life, despite the overwhelming knowledge that she's been reincarnated dozens of times over the centuries. Meeting a new man is just one way of carving out a new destiny, but as Kendra and Hawkman discover; the past has a way of re-inserting itself into the present with frightening ferocity. Witness the Headhunter, a throwback to an earlier time when savages would collect the heads of their enemies and shrink them down as trophies.

Using voodoo and combat skills on par with the Hawks, the Headhunter nearly claims Hawkman's head until Hawkgirl steps in. Escaping, the Headhunter vows to return and to draw out Hawkman's true face that of the uncivilized brute at the core of his being. The Aerial Ace isn't so sure that the Headhunter is incorrect as he finds it more and more difficult to fit in to the political correctness and thin veneer of civility pervasive in the 21st century. And to emphasize just how violent Hawkman's roots are the Headhunter uses his shamanic magic to raise several corpses of Carter Hall's previous lives to confront the winged wonder.

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: HAWKMAN (2002) (#1-49) (DC)
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21 (1.50) (2.75) (4.25) (7.00) 12.00 15.00


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