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ComiXology’s Countdown To The Eisners!

The Eisner Awards are only a few days away, and to celebrate, we’re calling out a couple of our favorite nominees and putting them into the worlds that they created. 

First up is Hawkeye dream team Matt Fraction (mattfractionblog) & David Aja hanging out with everyone’s favorite crime fighting canine, Pizza Dog!

This year, the duo is up for a combined 5 awards including Best Single Issue and Best Ongoing Series!

Check out the Best of Matt Fraction and the Best of David Aja on comiXology and make sure to follow us for all your Eisner Award and Comic-Con news!

(Art by katekaz!)

Matt Fraction 99¢ Marvel Sale!  (mattfractionblog)

Hawkeye (2012) #1-11
Immortal Iron Fist #1-6
Defenders (2011) #1-12
Mighty Thor #1-6
The Order #1-10
Invincible Iron Man #1-7

Shane’s Picks of the Week (10/16/13)

  • PICK OF THE WEEK: Hawkeye #13 - I couldn’t wait to read this before I made my picks so I read it and it’s great and bromazing and brobrobrobrobro. So glad it’s back. <3 u fraction. 
  • Six-Gun Gorilla #5 (of 6) - I don’t know what I’m going to do when this one ends, it’s been my sleeper hit of the year. 
  • Avengers #21 - I would be entirely okay if this issue is just 22 pages of people high-fiving Thor for his awesome display of radness in Infinity #4 
  • Sheltered #4 - It’s come to my attention that no one I know is reading this title and I on the other hand am sitting over here loving it. Can one of you check it out and talk to me about how neat it is?!

Shane is the social media dude at comiXology and still can’t feel his legs since NYCC2013

welovefineshirts:

Is Clint Barton your business?…

…Is Kate Bishop your business? 

Either way, if TEAM HAWKGUY is your business, then these two brand-new Marvel designs featuring David Aja’s art from Hawkeye #11 in Matt Fraction's Mighty Fine Partners collection are going to make you happier than Lucky with a stack of pizzas! Available in both men’s and women’s sizes… get some, archers!

Fraction is donating his commission for art-directing the tees in his group to Futures Without Violence.

If you don’t know what these incredible shirts are referencing, get off Tumblr and go educate yourself right now by clicking this link and then go buy one because they go to a really great cause… then get back on Tumblr or we will miss you too much. 

(via kellysue)