Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles MATTHEW ROSENBERG: HAWKEYE FREEFALL is a brand new Clint Barton Hawkeye story. It's about Clint realizing that things aren't quite working the way he wants them to. Meanwhile, there's a brand new Ronin in New York who's terrorizing the streets. And no one knows who it is, and all of Clint's friends think it's him. It's just making his life much more difficult. And both of them are kind of going after The Hood, who is a very dangerous crime lord in New York City. So it's kind of the collision of all three of them as they all come at these problems in the city from different directions. It was very important to me to get Bucky back in the book, so Bucky's in it, the Falcon, Black Widow, Spider-Man. They're his friends and co-workers. So Otto Schmidt is drawing and coloring the book. He's amazing. His characters are so expressive and so full of life and energy and so cool looking. We were really looking for an artist who would capture the personality of Clint and just the characters in his orbit in a really engaging way, and he does that really, really well. I think he is the selling point of the book honestly. I think Otto's work when people see it, their minds are going to be blown. He's sort of a great entry point into the Marvel universe in a lot of ways because he is the every man. It's the classic Hawkeye shoot first and figure out what you're going to do later kind of story. It's an action book, and there's a big mystery of who Ronin is. We're giving you more Hawkeye content that you'll hopefully love.