“The city is flying, we’re fighting an army of robots, and I have a bow and arrow.” – Hawkeye

Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye in the MCU, is a self-made man. Still, unfortunately, it is one of the most underrated superheroes. Although Clint was neither a God nor a super-soldier or a multi-millionaire, Barton could still become a redoubtable Avenger, who fought androids robots and aliens. It’s not every man’s cup of tea to fight in such battles. Yet, Hawkeye made it possible with years of accuracy, practice, and bravery. Not much is told about this superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies. But we at Animated Times will tell you about this character in a bit detail. Created by artist Don Heck and writer Stan Lee Hawkeye made his first appeared as a villain in the comics Tales of Suspense issue #57. He later joined the Avengers in the Avengers comic book issue #17. Since then, he has been a critical member of the team. Well, suppose we dug a bit deep in Clint Barton’s life, in that case, we’ll find about Barton’s early age. According to the comics, Barton became an Orphan, thus leading him to join the circus and thus became a Swordsman i.e., a performer who had a specialization in tricks with blades. He eventually was led to a wrong path, but later, when he realized it, he left the circus to be trained by Trickshot. Thus Clint decided to become a costumed crime-fighter who goes by the name of Hawkeye. After a few initial misfortunes, Hawkeye proved his worth to the Avengers, becoming a regular member of the team, fight crime alongside side, and protecting the world.  Jeremy Renner portrays Hawkeye on-screen in the Marvel movies and has been a part of a few of them. Like for example, a cameo appearance in

 2011’s Thor, then he resumed his role in 2012’s The Avengers, then in 2015 Avengers: Age of Ultron, then 2016’s Captain America: Civil War and recently in 2019’s Avengers: Endgame. Due to his portrayal by Jeremy Renner in the MCU, many fans have loved this least helpful Avenger. So we At Animated Times thought way not give fans some of his best memes on the internet. Here we present some of the funniest memes on the least useful Avenger-Hawkeye, which will make you laugh out hard. Sounds Fun… Let’s hop into it to enjoy ourselves.

10. Smart!!

9. True!!

8. Sad!!

7. Oops!!

6. Don’t Give The Hope!!

5. Haha!!

4. Totally!!

3. Nice Haircut!

2. And He Got The Haircut!!

1. Poor Hawkeye!!

Also known as Ronin, from Avengers: Endgame.
Clint has been the butt of a lot of jokes.

When The Avengers first assembled in 2012’s Avengers, and Hawkeye notoriously ran out of his arrows, he has been known to some people as the feeble Avenger in the first movie.

Anyway, these Hawkeye memes above prove that Clint Barton is an underrated superhero, even if he is good at making us laugh.

Literally had fun while researching for this article, especially being a Marvel fan.
I really loved Hawkeye’s team’s inputs and how fun it is to see him on screen, especially his memorable lines that have now turned into his best punch lines.

I hope you guys have also enjoyed seeing these memes.

So which one is your favorite do let us known.

 

Source: QuirkyByte

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