The following article contains additional sections for Hawk Eye and Spider-Man: There’s no way home.
Hawkeye’s the finale left more lasting consequences in MCU perhaps more than any other Disney Plus series to date, only with Loki is coming up somewhere near Clint Barton’s solo debut, and even that is largely due to the multiverse nature of the former.
All of this is thanks to an action episode that also happened to leave a big question mark as Marvel moves forward, pun intended entirely. Like everything that currently exists Hawk Eye world: Clint is enjoying the holidays with her family as part of her semi-annual retirement; Kate Bishop is officially her childhood hero’s apprentice; Eleanor Bishop is about to go to prison; Jack Duquesne was as eccentric as ever; and most importantly, Maya Lopez got her hands dirty by finishing off the man who betrayed her father, Kazi and Wilson Fisk.
In short, it has quite a bit left to digest, and that’s without mining Laura Barton’s Potential Past as a Mockingbird, but the last one is the one that could get many fans affected in the wrong way. Why? Because of 3 years later Daredevil’s cancel on Netflix, Hawk Eye brought joy to many by bringing back Vincent D’Onofrio as Kingpin the same week that Charlie Cox returned as Matt Murdock in Spider-Man: There’s no way home, all after relentless fan petitions asking Disney to resurrect or reboot the series as it was.
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