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Marvel’s About To Become All About Hawkeye and Fans Have Noticed 15 Things About Him That We’ve Always Overlooked

What If…? might still be giving us surprises every week but it’s no sin to think about MCU Christmas. With the Hawkeye trailer now out, Marvel has given us a walkthrough of the upcoming show’s plot. Clint Barton who has been a fan favorite since his debut in Thor is about to become the center of everyone’s attention this winter. You’ve always seen him as a sidekick delivering some of the best one-liners in the MCU. It’s finally your time to learn what he went through after the happenings of Avengers: Endgame.

Hawkeye fans are sharing tons of small details that they’ve noticed about him over the years. Take a look at the most interesting things that make Clint Barton ‘the man who never misses’

1. Hawkeye is amazingly good with his words

2. Jeremy Renner is great at improvising Clint Barton’s character

3. Clint Barton was a badass in Avengers: Endgame and left an abiding impact.

4. He should’ve been by Wanda’s side in WandaVision given how well he understood her emotions

5. Clint has owned that farm for a very long time.

6. Clint was the only Avenger who evaded Wanda’s mind control

7. He honestly fears nothing. Be it knives/bullets/arrows.

8. His shield throwing moment from the Avengers is still his most underappreciated moment

9. He really has a heart of steel when it comes to facing Wanda.

10. He seems to be always short on arrows. Barton fought the Battle Of New York with just 32 arrows.

11. He should’ve visited Wanda in Westview

12. He showed some next level courage when he went hand to hand with T’Challa in Captain America: Civil War

13. Jeremy Renner shot the assassination scene in Japan in a single take.

14. Clint Barton has some really similar reactions to Quicksilver.

15. You’ve got to read between the lines when Barton’s telling you anything

Here’s the official synopsis of Hawkeye from Marvel:

“Former Avenger Clint Barton has a seemingly simple mission: get back to his family for Christmas. Possible? Maybe with the help of Kate Bishop, a 22-year-old archer with dreams of becoming a Super Hero. The two are forced to work together when a presence from Barton’s past threatens to derail far more than the festive spirit.”

Stream Hawkeye from November 24, 2021, only on Disney+

Also read: Hawkeye on Disney+: 5 Elements to Look for From Matt Fraction’s Comic Run

 

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Written by Muneer