Here are four more covers for the Hawkgirl/Covergirl Collection.
Hawkman #34 (January 2005)
The cover was drawn by Ryan Sook & Dave Stewart.
On the cover we see Hawkman and Hawkgirl fighting mythological beast known as a “Manticore”; however, the real story is what was going on between Carter and Kendra. She seems to be warming to Carter. This is despite that she still has not accepted the reincarnation history of Shiera and Carter.
In the story title, “The Gift”, written by Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray and drawn by Ryan Sook, we see the Hawks attend a costume ball at the museum.
Hawkman #36 (March 2005)
The cover shows Deadman, Hawkman, and Hawkgirl fighting an army of zombies. The title of the story is “The Army of Forgotten Souls”. In the story, Carter’s dead girlfriend, Domina Paris, has come back to life as a zombie, Deadman possesses the body of a voluptuous young woman and he helps out the Hawks in their fight against an army of zombies, and the final pages, show Satana, the Tiger Girl and one of her zoological freaks.
The cover was drawn by Ryan Sook & Dave Stewart. The story, “The Army of Forgotten Souls” was written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray.
Hawkman #40 July 2005.
The title on the cover reads “The Final Fall of Hawkman” although there are nine issues remaining in the series. The cover shows Hawkman cradling an injured Hawkgirl as they are surrounded by four villains. From behind, we see Hummingbird and Lionmane. They are joined by Lasso and Fadeaway-man.
This is another case of a character from decades ago that has not been seen since the golden age. A character named Hummingbird first appeared in a Hawkman story in Flash Comics #52 (Apr 1944). This was her only golden age appearance.
Hawkman #44 (November 2005)
The title on the cover reads “The All-New Hawkman”. In this story, the Hawks are fighting against Satana, the Tiger Girl, and her zoological freaks. Meanwhile, Fadeaway-Man is trying to steal a mysterious artifact.
The cover artist was Christopher Moeller. The story is titled “My Enemy Revealed” was written by Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray, and was drawn by Joe Bennett.
There is some girl-on-girl action with Hawkgirl fighting Satana, the Tiger Girl
Later we see Hummingbird has been captured by some monstrosity in India. Then we get a look at a Thanagarian spaceship. Golden Eagle attempts to kiss Hawkgirl in a forcible manner. As they start to get into a knock-down drag-out fight, Hawkman shows up. He tells Golden Eagle: “You and I have unfinished business!”