Okay, so many *SPOILERS* to follow.
The boomerang arrow bookend gag was amazing, the use of (and draftsmanship of) Hawkeye's trick arrows was great, and the choice of vintage cars for the main action sequence (Dodge challenger, numbered Minis, and Volkswagen beetle) were inspired. Oh, and Hawkblocking.
But what I want to highlight is some of the panel layouts used during the car chase scenes.
|Chase Layout. Aja, Fraction, Hollingsworth.|
|Static Layout. Hawkblocking. Aja, Fraction, Hollingsworth.|
But wait! There's more.
So we have this established, repetitive layout for the car base that FEELS fast, and since the reader sees it over and over, begins to feel faster.
And then Clint jumps onto another car...
|Chase layout. Aja, Fraction, Hollingsworth.|
|Breaking the layout. Aja, Fraction, Hollingsworth|
David Aja is fanatastic and I absolutely love this book.