I've been enjoying Marvels current Hawkeye run, now even more so. In Hawkeye Vol: 5 All-New Hawkeye, Jeff Lemire and Ramón Pérez Jeff Lemire's writing first class, as he weaves past and present seamlessly. In part a Hawkeye origins story, a story of Hawkeye's troubled childhood with brother Barney, getting the Hawkeye name and of choosing his path, and then in the present the Hawkeyes (Clint and Kate) current mission to retrieve a weapon from Hydra which turns out not to be that simple and throws up some conflicts of ideas. As is the way, nothing is straight forward, not even the motives of Shield. Clint and Kate find themselves at odds with their enemy, their employer and each other. Moving between past and present we see connections, not in events, but of choices and lost childhoods. Though for me the real highlight is Ramón Pérez's artwork. For the past segments of the story Pérez delivers some stunning water colour panels, which are beautifully coloured by Ian Herring, and for the present does a pretty good facsimile (using his own style) of Aja's work on the first four volumes, with Herring using simple block colours, as Matt Hollingsworth does for Aja. The art is really so good. If you like the Hawkeye character, you'll love this volume, if you're not really sure what his shtick is or who he is, this volume would be a nice introduction to his origins. I look to vol: 6 Hawkeyes, which is by the same creative team.