Marvel Is Aware That It Messed Up Thanos In Infinity War (& Hawkeye Proves It)

The MCU messed up with Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War, as seen by the Hawkeye premiere:

A still from Hawkeye episode 1stating that Thanos was right
A still from Hawkeye episode 1stating that Thanos was right

As seen by the Hawkeye premiere, the Marvel Cinematic Universe messed up with Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. Clint Barton’s (Jeremy Renner) life after the events of Avengers: Endgame is shown in Hawkeye, with the character attempting to spend Christmas in New York with his children. Unfortunately, Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) interferes, and everything goes wrong. Bishop dresses up in Hawkeye’s old Ronin suit to fend off criminals at a black-market auction, and he ends up on the wrong side of Ronin’s former foes. Now, Barton must assist Bishop in taking on the bad guys and resolving the problem so that he may return home for the holidays. In Infinity War, Thanos (Josh Brolin) takes control of the plot. The film’s directors, Joe and Anthony Russo, did everything they could to make the so-called Mad Titan understandable. Despite the fact that the character was harsh and committed atrocities, fans and critics of the film argued that Thanos was correct in his desire to reduce the population. Before the Avengers reversed Thanos’ lethal finger snap in Endgame, Captain America (Chris Evans) even looked on the bright side of the slaughter, remarking that there were now fewer ships and cleaner water as a result of Thanos’ lethal snap.

Hawkeye demonstrates why the MCU made a mistake with Thanos:

Hawkeye demonstrates why the MCU made a mistake with Thanos
The Disney+ series Hawkeye tells why the MCU made a mistake with Thanos

Hawkeye demonstrates that the MCU made a mistake with Thanos. Clint Barton takes his children to the Hawkeye premiere of Rogers: The Musical, a Captain America-themed musical. The great archer, on the other hand, is unimpressed. When Barton takes a toilet break, he finds some strange graffiti on one of the urinals. “Thanos was correct,” the message says. “Hm,” says Barton in response. It’s a brief scene in the Disney+ series premiere, and the graffiti is definitely a joke. However, it also demonstrates how terribly Marvel botched up Thanos. Something definitely went wrong when fans seriously discussed the advantages of a violent purple lunatic. Thanos’s acts were never forgiven. The Mad Titan’s objective was to bring the universe back into equilibrium by killing half of its inhabitants. Nonetheless, Marvel opted to make him a prominent character in Infinity War, telling the tale through his eyes. And fans and reviewers weighed in, wondering if the villain had legitimate points and occasionally agreeing with the monster. The graffiti contributes to that nonsensical culture by making a mockery of it and acknowledging that Marvel may have gone too far in making Thanos sympathetic.

Despite the fact that fans did not take Thanos seriously, there was a fan movement stating that Thanos had done nothing wrong:

Fans Think Thanos Was Right
Even though fans don’t take Thanos too seriously they think he was right

In fact, the vast majority of fans didn’t take Thanos seriously. Though there was a fan movement stating that Thanos did nothing wrong, it mostly appeared alongside memes and jokes. And Marvel has recognized Thanos’ plan’s weaknesses, even having Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa urge the villain to abandon his murderous plans in What If…? episode 2. Similarly, Thanos’s graffiti flows into character gags. But, when it comes to Avengers: Infinity War, Thanos could not be more incorrect. On Disney+, new episodes of Hawkeye are released every Wednesday.

Azhan Ali
Azhan Ali

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