Things Heroes Reborn Clint hates: Steve, Norway, non-lethal means, purple, fun, etc.

Avengers Vol. 2 #1, pages 22-24, 26-27. November 1996. Collected in: Heroes Reborn: Avengers http://www.amazon.com/dp/0785123377

Not only are the Young Avengers out of trouble, but now they’re an officially sanctioned Avengers team by Steve Rogers himself. Awesome.

Siege #4, page 26. June 2010. Collected in: Siege by Brian Michael Bendis http://www.amazon.com/dp/0785140794. Avengers Vol. 4 #1, pages 3, 4-5 (details). July 2010. Collected in: Avengers, Vol. 1 by Brian Michael Bendis http://www.amazon.com/dp/078514501X

(did I forget to add a comment? shoot, I did.)

Siege: Young Avengers, pages 18-20. June 2010. Collected in: Siege: Battlefield http://www.amazon.com/dp/0785147667

I love that Eli and Tommy are both coming unglued and Kate’s the one keeping it together and thinking logically. Well, relatively logically. Not sure I’d go for the explosive arrow there either.

Siege: Young Avengers, pages 11-13. June 2010. Collected in: Siege: Battlefield http://www.amazon.com/dp/0785147667

Sentry knocks the city of Asgard into rubble. Kate and Eli are trapped underneath. That’s fun and awkward since they’re still in that will they/won’t they/do they/don’t they stage.

Siege: Young Avengers, cover, pages 3-4, 7. June 2010. Collected in: Siege: Battlefield http://www.amazon.com/dp/0785147667

When most people say “It’s time to take our country back!” you can tell they’re probably a political nut of some kind. But when it’s Steve Rogers, saying it about Norman Osborn, it’s hard to argue with, because Steve is Steve. Everybody’s glad to have him back and hitting Osborn in the face, and Kate is no exception.

Siege #2, pages 8-10. April 2010. #3, pages 2-3. May 2010. Collected in: Siege by Brian Michael Bendis http://www.amazon.com/dp/0785140794

Kate Bishop Chronology

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Just thought I’d drop this here since I’ve started up again.

Bucky: doomed to be miserable in every reality.

Nomad: Girl without a World #4, cover, pages 15-16. February 2010. Collected in: Nomad: Girl without a World (Nomad (Marvel)) by Sean McKeever http://www.amazon.com/dp/0785144196

Kate’s still in high school at this point, right? Probably now she’s college age, but we’ve never really seen her IN school, I think. That’d be interesting. This whole story revolves around high school and peer pressure. I imagine she’d be the type who might’ve been popular if she gave a damn about what anybody thought, but instead she just opts out of the whole hierarchy entirely. She was too busy playing cello and shooting arrows anyway, even before the heroing brought her her best friends.

Nomad: Girl without a World #4, cover, pages 12-14. February 2010. Collected in: Nomad: Girl without a World (Nomad (Marvel)) by Sean McKeever http://www.amazon.com/dp/0785144196

Kate’s come a long way with her Robin Hood shots. That’s some fancy crowd control.

Nomad: Girl without a World #4, cover, pages 10-11. February 2010. Collected in: Nomad: Girl without a World (Nomad (Marvel)) by Sean McKeever http://www.amazon.com/dp/0785144196