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Marvel's homepage says
Cover by David Aja • Kate gets to the bottom of the greatest mystery in the entire Marvel Universe right this very hot second: just who the H is that guy in the trench coat that seems to live in her cat food aisle? The answer may surprise you. • Or maybe not, maybe you’re super-good at this kind of thing. • Anyway a simple investigation dovetails into Kate’s desperate race to stay one step ahead of the woman that’s sworn to kill her: Madame Masque and what started off as a zany summer vacation gets a little bloody. Buckle up, buttercups.
But, from what I hear, that was Hawkeye #018. Everyone else (like Entertainment Weekly) seems to be using this description:
Like next week’s long-awaited Hawkeye #19, which will feature dialogue almost entirely in sign language.Taking place after a battle that leaves Clint Barton with severe ear damage, the story will explore how he deals with a sudden loss of hearing. It’s the sort of thing that’s happened to Hawkeye before, but never quite like this: Word bubbles will be blank, the sign language used will not be interpreted, and body language will be more important than ever.
So... a silent issue, more or less.
David Aja makes it sound like "a very special" issue of Hawkeye.
Guess we'll see if it's a well done story on it's own, another attempt at gimmicky storytelling or somewhere in between.