Matt Fraction and David Aja developed a very memorable version of Hawkeye in their run on the Marvel title. The art was especially distinctive, and Capt Cash captured it in his cosplay of the character. He did something different than most cosplayers and leveraged the cel-shaded look of the comics with his makeup and clothing. It definitely makes the costume stand out — it’s the most memorable Hawkeye and/or Hawkguy costume I’ve seen.
See a couple more pictures below and please note the tiny Ant-Man that Capt Cash made to put on his arrows a la the scene in Captain America: Civil War.
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