Marvel Studios and Jeremy Renner have revealed the logo artwork for the upcoming Disney+ series of Hawkeye. Renner unveiled the artwork on social media alongside Marvel’s highly-anticipated appearance at the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con.
The artwork appears to depict Kate Bishop — the successor to Clint Barton. Renner has referred to Kate Bishop as the best version of Hawkeye as he trains and guides her to become the next generation of the superhero. While Kate Bishop takes over Clint Barton focuses on becoming Ronin, the second-ever Marvel character to adopt the alias.
Disney+’s live-action adaptation of Matt Fraction’s Hawkeye is expected to release during Fall 2021. Take a look at the artwork featuring Kate Bishop below.
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