Barton Takes Aim as Marvel Releases a Brand New ‘Hawkeye’ Poster
The MCU’s newest series is just two days away, and to celebrate the incoming debut, Marvel releases a brand new Hawkeye poster!
In just two days, Marvel fans will get their first look at Clint Bartons solo story, as Hawkeye will explore the character after the events of Avengers Endgame.
The newest poster showcases the three main characters of the newest show; with a brand new look at the two new protagonists that will join Barton on this journey.
Front and center are Jeremy Renner’s Barton, with Hailee Steinfeld’s Kate Bishop alongside Lucky the Pizza Dog!
Together they can take on anything the city throws at them. Check out this new poster inspired by Marvel Studios’ @HawkeyeOfficial and start streaming the first two episodes November 24 on @DisneyPlus. Artist: @adamrabalais pic.twitter.com/N0thA8zyE2
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) November 21, 2021
The holiday-centered poster speaks to this Marvel epic being the MCU’s first attempt at a Christmas Classic, with the series following Barton’s race to get home before Christmas.
The premise of the story follows Clint’s mission to save Kate Bishop; who meets some unintended consequences of embracing the same Ronin moniker that Barton created following Avengers: Infinity War.
With Bishop and Barton under siege from some very powerful and dangerous enemies, the duo must combine their powers to fight off the impending threat in what will likely be an adventure of action, humor, and holiday cheer.
Based on the acclaimed Matt Fraction comic book of the same name, Hawkeye should be one of the MCU’s most grounded projects; as the source material was birthed out of a desire to showcase just what life was like for the least memorable Avenger.
Not equipped with superpowers that protect him from the dangers of the job, Fractions take on the character focused on the humanity- and often the humor- associated with a bow and arrow wielding vigilante fighting against cosmic threats against humanity.
Fraction also introduced what has become a true fan favorite, and one of Marvel’s most interesting characters, during his run; Kate Bishop.
The protege to Barton, and the heir to the Hawkeye moniker, should quickly become beloved by the MCU, as her wit, archery acumen, and downright coolness will endear her to the Marvel universe, and perhaps become the future beloved bow and arrow wielding Avenger of the MCU.
With this brand new, holiday-themed, Hawkeye poster; what are your thoughts on the series? Will you be watching its two-episode debut? Let us know below!