HAWKEYE Character Poster Puts The Spotlight On The Tracksuit Mafia; New Still Teases Kate Bishop Vs. Echo

HAWKEYE Character Poster Puts The Spotlight On The Tracksuit Mafia; New Still Teases Kate Bishop Vs. Echo

Marvel Studios has shared a character poster for Hawkeye, and you'll definitely want to check this out, bro! A new still from an upcoming episode also features a showdown between Kate Bishop and Echo.

At the end of Hawkeye's second episode, we were introduced to Echo, and it seems clear that the character is set to make a big impact here before starring in her own solo series. Now, an intriguing new still from an upcoming episode has been released that shows what appears to be a tense confrontation between Kate Bishop and Maya Lopez.

We know that Clint Barton and Kate escape from Echo and the Tracksuit Mafia as we've seen it in the trailers and TV spots. Perhaps Kate later tracks her down or vice versa? We'll have to wait and see, but it seems safe to assume the still below is from the third or fourth episode of the Disney+ show. 

A new character poster has also debuted online today highlighting the Tracksuit Mafia, bro! Lifted pretty much straight out of Matt Fraction and David Aja's comic book run, they made quite the impact in those first two episodes of Hawkeye and are likely to be a recurring presence in both this series and potentially even the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe moving forward.

In our review, we said"Marvel Studios is once again sleigh-in' it with Hawkeye, an unmissable Christmastime team-up bringing holiday cheer to the MCU with top tier storytelling delivered in the Mighty Marvel Manner and a bold, brilliant new hero in Hailee Steinfeld's Kate Bishop."

Check out this new Hawkeye still and poster below:
 


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