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Abe

In Reply To
TJ Burns

Subj: Re: Hawkgirl
Posted: Sun Apr 22, 2007 at 08:23:56 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Hawkgirl
Posted: Sat Apr 21, 2007 at 09:13:15 pm EDT

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> > > In response, I noticed that Walter Simonson worked on this book, all the way until it's final issue.
> >
> > HAWKGIRL has been cancelled? I didn't know that.
>
> Yeah, I think it's #67 which is it's last issue.
> And I think it's due to low-sales.

I hadn't heard this even, but I'm not surprised. I truly hated the opening arc, and stuck around only for the return of Hawkman, which was solicited right at the time I was planning to drop it. Here's hoping DC relaunches the right Hawk...
>
> I'd read all the Hawkman issues, and only the first issue of Hawkgirl. It was okay, but there were other comics that I wanted to try.

I loved the late Hawkman series, although Palmiotti and Gray's opening arc was a little off for me.


TJB

> > > > In response, I noticed that Walter Simonson worked on this book, all the way until it's final issue.
> > >
> > > HAWKGIRL has been cancelled? I didn't know that.
> >
> > Yeah, I think it's #67 which is it's last issue.
> > And I think it's due to low-sales.
>
> I hadn't heard this even, but I'm not surprised. I truly hated the opening arc, and stuck around only for the return of Hawkman, which was solicited right at the time I was planning to drop it. Here's hoping DC relaunches the right Hawk...

I got my information from www.newsarama.com/ when they did their updates solicitions for the new month (sorry, I forget which month).
They state that the last issue is #67.
That being written, I'll stick with it to see how it all goes down.


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