The series is called Hawkeye and Clint Barton, in the skin of Jeremy Renner, is the protagonist. The problem for Hawkeye is that it has never been a fan favorite of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), and many even wondered why Marvel Studios would produce a solo series of the archer. The reason: Kate Bishop.
Played by Hailee Steinfeld, she is a young woman who, like Hawkeye, is talented at hitting the mark. Katherine Bishop was created by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung and is the first woman to become Hawkeye after Clint Barton, presumably the fate of fiction airing on Disney +.
In addition to her prowess with the bow, Kate Bishop is an expert in fencing, boxing and jujitsu. More than powers, they are human abilities that allow him to face any opponent or enemy. Her strength is that of an average young adult, but what makes her superior in fighting is her skills.
One of his most iconic lines in the comics describes his personality and abilities: “I don’t have powers and I don’t have enough training, but I’m doing this anyway. Being a superhero is amazing. Everyone should try”.
His comic book debut was in Civil War in 2006-2007, but it was only in the Young Avengers Presents and Secret Invasion collections where he appears most strongly. Interestingly, the character was created in 2005, at a time when Marvel was trying to refresh the image of some of its heroes, rebooting them but creating new characters and new identities.
Among his most prominent enemies in the comics are Deadpool, a version of the future of Old Man Logan, Ronin, Norman Osborn, among others.
More about Hawkeye
Hawkeye closes the year of the Marvel Studios series, after the releases of WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki and What If …?, Which accompanied the premieres of several films, Black Widow, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and Eternals, awaiting the premiere this December 17 of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Florence Pugh, Vera Farmiga, Fra Free, Tony Dalton, Zahn McClarnon, Brian d’Arcy James and Alaqua Cox are also part of the cast of the series, created by Jonathan Ingla and directed by Rhys Thomas, along with Bert & Bertie (Amber Templemore -Finlayson and Katie Ellwood).
After the first two episodes, a new chapter will arrive every Wednesday until December 29, when the sixth and final episode of Hawkeye premieres.