Hawkeye Highlighted How MCU Messed Up Thanos In Avengers: Infinity War

Marvel’s new series, Hawkeye, proved how the Marvel Cinematic Universe messed up a bit while introducing Thanos’ idea of salvation in Avengers: Infinity War. Hawkeye featured Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton and his life post the events of Avengers: Endgame. Most of the plot is based on how Barton is spending his holidays with his kids in New York.

Apparently, when Bishop wore Hawkeye’s old outfit to fight the criminals in the black market, he messed up with Ronin’s old enemies. As a result, Barton steps up to help Bishop get out from the trap of the bad guys and simplify the situation so that he can continue spending time with his kids for the rest of the holidays.

Marvels Messed Up The Mad Titan In Infinity War

Keeping Hawkeye’s plot side, viewers have seen Thanos taking over the narration in Avengers: Infinity War. To make it quite happen, directors, Anthony Russo and Joe did pretty much everything. While the character was horrible and brutal for the timeline, critics and fans argued that he was quite right about his theory of reducing the population. In fact, Captain America was the one who looked at the brighter side of the genocide right before the reverse snap took place in Avengers: Endgame. He encountered cleaner water and fewer ships following the Mad Titan’s deadly snap.

The graffiti scene in Marvel’s Hawkeye
The graffiti scene in Marvel’s Hawkeye

With all being said, Marvel’s Hawkeye now proved that MCU quite messed up with Thanos as a character. Clint Barton was not that impressed when he took his kids to the Captain America-themed musical drama. As a result, he took a small bathroom break where he noticed a peculiar graffiti saying “Thanos was right.” While the graffiti is obviously a joke, it showed how badly Marvel messed up with the character.

New episodes of Hawkeye premiers every Wednesday on Disney+
New episodes of Hawkeye premiers every Wednesday on Disney+

To conclude, majority of the Marvel’s fans never took Thanos seriously. While there have been quite some moments where fans argued on whether Thanos did right or wrong, it mostly ended up turning into a meme or joke. However, now, Marvel itself acknowledged the flaws in the Mad Titan’s plans and the Thanos graffiti was nothing but a proof of the acceptance.

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Prateek Chatterjee
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