HAWKMAN (2002) (#1-49) (DC) #22 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Hawkman (2002) #22
"The Headhunter Part 3 Blood and Lies" is written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Rags Morales and Michael Bair. Can Hawkman and Hawkgirl avoid become shrunken head trophies collected by the Headhunter? In order to survive, Hawkman must first battle the resurrected bodies of his past lives warriors who drew blood, just as he does, in the name of justice. Raised by the voodoo magic of the Headhunter, these corpses seek to draw out Hawkman's true face that of a bloodthirsty savage. Although the battle ends in stalemate, with the shaman escaping yet again, it becomes clear to Kendra (Hawkgirl) Saunders that the Headhunter has succeeded. Carter Hall is indeed shedding his civilized veneer and once again become an instrument of vengeance.

In the Voodoo District of St. Roch, Kendra hears from a local Tarot card reader how the Headhunter is an ancient Jivaro priest who first came to America in the 1930s after his country of Ecuador was invaded by expeditions seeking treasures. After taking many heads, the Headhunter was vanquished but has risen again with the power of each of the severed heads he has collected in his veins. Now, the Hawkman must end his latest reign of terror by becoming the cold-blooded killer he hides within!

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: HAWKMAN (2002) (#1-49) (DC)
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