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Real Name: Clint Barton

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-57780) human

Occupation: Avenger, adventurer;
   formerly circus performer (archer)

Group Membership: Avengers (Earth-57780);
   formerly a circus (operating name unrevealed)

Affiliations: Beast, Captain America, Iron Man, Jimmy (last name unrevealed), Scarlet Witch, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Vision (all Earth-57780)

Enemies: Rocket Racer, Schemer (all Earth-57780)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Mobile

First Appearance: Spidey Super Stories#40/3 (May,1979)

Powers/Abilities: Hawkeye is a superb archer with unerring accuracy. He has incorporated trick arrows in his quiver, including a heat arrow (that initiates instantly on contact), a fire arrow, and a net arrow (which opens up a net). He has athlete-level fitness.

Height: 6'3"
Weight: 230 lbs.
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Blond


(Spidey Super Stories#49/3 (fb)) - Clint Barton worked as a circus performer, specializing as a trick-shot archer. He then decided to go into crime-fighting using archery, later stopping a fleeing jewelery store robber.

(Spidey Super Stories#40/3) - Hawkeye became an Avenger alongside Captain America, Scarlet Witch and Vision.

(Spidey Super Stories#40/5) - Hawkeye took a vacation in the country and encountered Spider-Man investigating fake trees and forest clearing. Concerned it would lead to food shortages(!), Hawkeye took Spider-Man to inspect a nearby wood cabin, secretly the lair of the wood-coveting Schemer. The villain suddenly appeared and charged at them with a bulldozer, but Hawkeye stopped it with a well-placed arrow in the engine. Trying to escape, the Schemer took off in a hidden rocket, so Spider-Man and Hawkeye put together a giant bow and arrow using small tree trunks. Hawkeye helped aim while Spidey fired, causing the rocket to crash. The two heroes then captured the Schemer.

(Spidey Super Stories#43/3) - Hawkeye stayed with the Avengers when Iron Man and Beast joined.

(Spidey Super Stories#49/5) - On his way home, Barton was knocked over by the reckless Rocket Racer and secretly changed into his Hawkeye gear in a nearby alley to give chase. He stopped a startled horse-and-carriage using a fire arrow and joined Spider-Man in chasing Rocket Racer. The skateboarder was rocketing up the side of a building, so Hawkeye used a normal arrow to chock the wheels. Spider-Man caught the falling Rocket Racer while Hawkeye used a net arrow to catch the rocket skateboard. However, Jimmy, a skateboarding fan and friend of Spider-Man tried out Rocket Racer's board while the others were distracted. Unable to control the rocket-powered skateboard, Jimmy veered into traffic. Hawkeye fired a hot arrow to melt the tar while Spider-Man caught Jimmy. Seeing the danger he had caused, Rocket Racer told the two heroes that he would not be a show-off again.

Comments: Created by writer, pencils, inks.

Along with many other characters, Hawkeye appeared on the single-color back cover advert of Spidey Super Stories#52, showing that he too read Spidey Super Stories.

Physical stats are taken from the Earth-616 version, as they look very much alike.

Profile by Grendel Prime.

Hawkeye of Earth-57780 has no known connections to:

images: (without ads)
Spidey Super Stories#49, p15, pan2 (main image)
   p26, pan3 (headshot)
   p30, pan5 (shooting net arrow)

Spidey Super Stories#40/3 (May, 1979) - Sharon L. Webber &/or Michael Siporin (writer), Win Mortimer (pencils), Mike Esposito (inks), A.J. Hays & Deborah November (editors)
Spidey Super Stories#40/5 (May, 1979) - Sharon L. Webber &/or Michael Siporin (writer), Win Mortimer (pencils), Mike Esposito (inks), A.J. Hays & Deborah November (editors)
Spidey Super Stories#43/3 (November, 1979) - Jim Salicrup &/or Alan Kupperberg (writer), Win Mortimer (pencils), Ricardo Villamonte (inks), A.J. Hays & Deborah November (editors)
Spidey Super Stories#49/3 (November, 1980) - Jim Salicrup &/or Steven Grant (writer), Win Mortimer (pencils), Mike Esposito (inks), Deborah November & Caroline Barnes (editors)
Spidey Super Stories#49/5 (November, 1980) - Jim Salicrup &/or Steven Grant (writer), Win Mortimer (pencils), Ricardo Villamonte (inks), Deborah November & Caroline Barnes (editors)

First posted: 03/14/2018
Last updated: 03/14/2018

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