Hawkeye Season 2 Should Be The Young Avengers Origin Story

Hawkeye season 1 flirted with the idea of Clint passing his mantle down to Kate Bishop, though never fully committed to that end and having him retire. In Hawkeye season 2, Clint helping to form the Young Avengers would be a perfect way to end his own Avengers story. While many liked the idea of Hawkeye sticking around after Avengers: Endgame, the Hawkeye series explored the main plot points that needed to be wrapped up for Clint. From the ramifications of his days as Ronin, his grief over Natasha Romanoff’s death, and his mentorship of Kate Bishop, Hawkeye season 1 nicely wrapped up Clint’s story. Hawkeye season 2 would be an ideal place to have Clint fully forego the mantle of Hawkeye but continue in the MCU through mentoring the Young Avengers.

Of the original six Avengers, three have either retired permanently or been killed in Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, and Natasha Romanoff. Thor, as seen in the trailers for Thor: Love and Thunder, is retiring from the Avengers yet focusing on cosmic adventures, while Hulk is still involved in Shang-Chi and She-Hulk. With Barton, Marvel has an opportunity to differentiate him from the other five Avengers by making him a vital part of the Young Avengers. That way, he could pass on the Avengers’ legacy to the next generation while still stepping back from being a superhero like the rest of the original Avengers lineup.

Hawkeye Is The Perfect Mentor For The Young Avengers

Turning Hawkeye into the Young Avengers’ mentor wouldn’t only differentiate him from the other original Avengers post-Avengers: Endgame, but would be the perfect endpoint for his character arc in the MCU. Avengers: Age of Ultron revealed Clint Barton to be a family man who cares deeply for his kids and wife, Laura. This paternal instinct was underscored in Hawkeye with his acceptance of Kate Bishop as his partner and his relationship with Wanda Maximoff throughout the MCU.

Making Clint the Young Avengers mentor would be great to see as he fits the “annoyed dad” archetype very well. It would both mirror and be different enough from Nick Fury’s dynamic with the original Avengers. Both are expert spies with Barton working for and learning from Fury, so he’d know how to covertly put together the group. Also, the paternal way in which Hawkeye could be presented to a group of young, superpowered heroes would allow for a much different dynamic from Fury and the original Avengers, keeping things fresh.

While Hawkeye was fairly self-contained in its first season, outside of reintroducing Wilson Fisk/Kingpin to the MCU, the second season could take things one step further and introduce the next big team of the MCU. Loki season 2 has been set up to have a huge impact on the MCU given the history of Loki, the TVA and Kang, and Hawkeye could follow suit. With Kate Bishop having the biggest role of any of the Young Avengers’ potential lineup so far, it only reinforces why Hawkeye season 2 would be the perfect place to introduce the Young Avengers, should a second season of the Disney+ show be made.

 


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Hawkeye season 1 flirted with the idea of Clint passing his mantle down to Kate Bishop, though never fully committed to that end and having him retire. In Hawkeye season 2, Clint helping to form the Young Avengers would be a perfect way to end his own Avengers story. While many liked the idea of Hawkeye sticking around after Avengers: Endgame, the Hawkeye series explored the main plot points that needed to be wrapped up for Clint. From the ramifications of his days as Ronin, his grief over Natasha Romanoff’s death, and his mentorship of Kate Bishop, Hawkeye season 1 nicely wrapped up Clint’s story. Hawkeye season 2 would be an ideal place to have Clint fully forego the mantle of Hawkeye but continue in the MCU through mentoring the Young Avengers.

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Of the original six Avengers, three have either retired permanently or been killed in Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, and Natasha Romanoff. Thor, as seen in the trailers for Thor: Love and Thunder, is retiring from the Avengers yet focusing on cosmic adventures, while Hulk is still involved in Shang-Chi and She-Hulk. With Barton, Marvel has an opportunity to differentiate him from the other five Avengers by making him a vital part of the Young Avengers. That way, he could pass on the Avengers’ legacy to the next generation while still stepping back from being a superhero like the rest of the original Avengers lineup.

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Hawkeye Is The Perfect Mentor For The Young Avengers

Turning Hawkeye into the Young Avengers’ mentor wouldn’t only differentiate him from the other original Avengers post-Avengers: Endgame, but would be the perfect endpoint for his character arc in the MCU. Avengers: Age of Ultron revealed Clint Barton to be a family man who cares deeply for his kids and wife, Laura. This paternal instinct was underscored in Hawkeye with his acceptance of Kate Bishop as his partner and his relationship with Wanda Maximoff throughout the MCU.
Making Clint the Young Avengers mentor would be great to see as he fits the “annoyed dad” archetype very well. It would both mirror and be different enough from Nick Fury’s dynamic with the original Avengers. Both are expert spies with Barton working for and learning from Fury, so he’d know how to covertly put together the group. Also, the paternal way in which Hawkeye could be presented to a group of young, superpowered heroes would allow for a much different dynamic from Fury and the original Avengers, keeping things fresh.

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While Hawkeye was fairly self-contained in its first season, outside of reintroducing Wilson Fisk/Kingpin to the MCU, the second season could take things one step further and introduce the next big team of the MCU. Loki season 2 has been set up to have a huge impact on the MCU given the history of Loki, the TVA and Kang, and Hawkeye could follow suit. With Kate Bishop having the biggest role of any of the Young Avengers’ potential lineup so far, it only reinforces why Hawkeye season 2 would be the perfect place to introduce the Young Avengers, should a second season of the Disney+ show be made.
 

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