Marvel depicts the worst aspects of the archer’s time as an Avenger in the Disney+ show Hawkeye.
Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner), the MCU’s “weakest” or “worst” Avenger, is finally getting his due, as his standalone show depicts his adventures with overly eager protégé Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld).
His past hasn’t gotten a lot of attention because of his minimal screen appearances in prior MCU films. His major flaw is becoming more apparent as his and Kate’s background is revealed through their efforts to track down Ronin’s enemies.
Worst Part Of Hawkeye
Clint Barton, although being an original member of the Avengers, has been treated differently from the rest of his team. While Iron-Man, Thor, and Captain America have all had their own trilogies from the beginning of the MCU, Hawkeye’s first important part comes later.
Clint is first seen in Thor as a valuable S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who is frequently tasked with important missions such as trying to assassinate Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and studying the Mjölnir in New Mexico with Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg). Hawkeye has demonstrated his heroic potential over the years, and he even takes on the identity of ruthless assassin Ronin thanks to his skills as a superb martial artist, spy, and marksman.
Hawkeye is now the focus of the MCU’s street-level events, with the show highlighting the character’s skills and superhuman abilities while dispelling criticisms. Hawkeye, on the other hand, continues to reveal the worst aspects of his role as an Avenger. Hawkeye runs out of arrows in the midst of demanding and fast-paced battles, and he must refill his supply.
This is demonstrated in Hawkeye episode 4, when the sharpshooter duo runs out of ammunition during a car chase with Maya (Alaqua Cox), forcing Kate to come to the aid of the LARPers to rescue arrows from the NYPD evidence. Unlike his fellow Avengers, who never appears to run out of bullets or weapons, Hawkeye’s post-fight recovery includes restocking on his arrows, which are an integral part of his fighting style.