‘Hawkeye’ Will Debut With a Two-Episode Premiere!
The MCU has featured one of the most fruitful and dominant years of its existence; that dominance will continue with their newest Disney+ exclusive series, which we now know will star with a bang, as Marvel has announced Hawkeye will debut with a two-episode premiere!
One of the longest-running characters in the MCU, Clint Barton is one of the original six Avengers and a staple of the long-running franchise.
Jeremy Renner will be taking to his first solo Marvel story in the holiday event of the season, in the newest Marvel series that will show the wild adventures of Renner’s Hawkeye and his soon-to-be protege, Kate Bishop; played by Hailee Steinfeld.
We know the series will debut this November, what we didn’t know, however, is that Hawkeye will debut with a massive two-episode premiere!
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) October 14, 2021
The news was released alongside the series newest trailer; posted by the Marvel Studios Twitter, much to the delight of the Marvel faithful.
The Hawkeye series will see Marvel deal in a genre that they have yet to enter into; that being the incredibly competitive holiday category.
The series, absolutely bringing the holidays to life in this New York set Christmas tale, is based on the critically acclaimed Matt Fraction comic book run of the same name.
The comic series saw a redefining of the character, with Fraction rooting his writing in the pondering of what it means to be a highly skilled, but very fallible, human in a world of super heroes.
The run was iconic as it was engaging and saw some of the most grounded work that Marvel comics has ever published.
The hope is that this Hawkeye series can mirror similar sentiments tot hose books, and if the trailers are any indication, it looks as though they’ve nailed the action, humor, and humanity that so defined Fractions stories.
Hawkeye’s two episode debut will arrive on Dsiney+ this Novemeber 24th and we certainly can not wait to see what adventure awaits the worlds greatest archer.