It is clear that the “Thanos is right” argument remains a constant theme throughout Hawkeye and makes reassembling all of the Avengers to form the Avengers in MCU Phase 4 much more challenging. Marvel Studios is moving on from the events of the Infinity Saga and laying the foundation for its next story. It’s unclear if the MCU can avoid the Mad Titan, as Thanos” snap” remains unpopular within the MCU.
A part of Marvel Studios’ attempt to create a mark on the smaller screen The Hawkeye show premiered with a two-episode debut which effectively outlines the show’s idea. Jeremy Renner returns as Clint Barton in his first major role on an MCU project after having been on the show for over 10 years. In addition to tackling his personal life, The show also introduced the brand-new hero Kate Bishop, played by Hailee Steinfeld. In the wake of a number of instances, the two were able to work together against their enemies, the Tracksuit Mafia.
As Hawkeye has been in an MCU main character There were a variety of references to the wider universe — at the very least in the first two episodes. Apart from flashbacks to some of the planet’s Mightiest Heroes’ big missions and that there is “Rogers: The Musical,” there were numerous references to Thanos and the idea that he didn’t do anything wrong. Although the majority of those who were informed of the Mad Titan’s deceitful goal of sustaining the universe by destroying half of its lifespan declared it to be a act of genocide. However, not all agreed with their opinions, with some supporting Thanos’ purple villain on the issue – some of them no doubt in irony, but some more so. It is interesting that some people remain convinced that Thanos was not guilty even a year or so after The events in Avengers Endgame will make the Avenger’s inevitable re-rassemblement more challenging. Some are convinced that the demise is for the better and that reversing the snap was a poor decision. Therefore, in addition to finding what the earth’s Mightiest Heroes line-up in Phase 4 of the series, the Avengers must also demonstrate the validity of their decision to reverse this Blip is justifiable.
In the end, however, ultimately, the Mad Titan was wrong. While his intentions were not entirely bad, it did not grant him the power to act like a god and determine the entire universe. The new Avengers have the responsibility to show those who doubt this truth. In other words, they could show that, as with the original team, their goal is always to keep the world secure.