‘Hawkeye’ Shocker Finale could set up a Marvel spinoff show
- Warning: Spoilers for “Hawkeye” and “Spider-Man: No Way Home”.
- One of the last scenes of the “Hawkeye” finale featured a face-to-face relationship between two characters.
- The showdown ends with a loud gunshot, but both characters can still appear in Marvel’s “Echo” series.
WARNING: Major spoilers ahead for the Season 1 finale of “Hawkeye” and minor spoilers for “Spider-Man: No Way Home”.
The finale of âHawkeyeâ ended with a shocking scene that appeared to involve the death of an important character.
The series about Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) teaming up to take down criminals in New York City ended in multiple showdowns.
Senior member of the tracksuit mafia Maya Lopez (Alaqua Cox) confronts Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio) over her father’s death. Throughout the season, Maya had hunted down the man responsible for the death of her father, the Ronin.
In episode five, the Ronin, a former identity of Hawkeye, reveals to Maya that Kingpin had betrayed his father and manipulated Hawkeye into killing him. Therefore, after the big battle in episode six, Maya finds Kingpin, points a gun at him, and then a bang is heard as the sight turns into a look out over the city.
It is not known if Maya shot him or if she killed him. However, if Marvel is following a particular storyline, it might not be the last we see from Kingpin.
Kingpin’s apparent death may not be what it appears to be.
After enlisting “Daredevil” actor Charlie Cox to reprise his role as Daredevil in “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” it would be strange to get rid of Kingpin without allowing him to face his ultimate rival. Kingpin has also been a highly anticipated character to introduce to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, particularly following D’Onofrio’s performance as the iconic Marvel villain in Netflix’s âDaredevilâ series.
However, it is possible that Kingpin survived a bullet.
Maya’s journey in “Hawkeye” appears to follow much of her journey in the 2003 graphic novel. “Daredevil: Parts of a hole“, where Maya is first introduced and her origin is explained. In the comic, Maya makes a similar discovery that Kingpin was behind her father’s death and repeatedly shoots him with the weapon used to kill her. dad.
Kingpin survives this attack but is blinded for a short time before undergoing reconstructive eye surgery. Considering Kingpin’s strength in the finale of âHawkeyeâ – he wasn’t even phased when arrows were shot at him – one bullet may not be enough to kill him.
Kingpin could return as a villain in the upcoming “Echo” series.
A perfect scenario for Kingpin’s return would be the upcoming âEchoâ series, which was announced last month. Not much has been said about the show other than the fact that Maya, whose superhero name is Echo in the comics, will be returning to the show.
At this point, it’s not clear whether after the events of âHawkeye,â Echo will become some sort of anti-hero or continue to be a criminal. However, if Kingpin is alive, he could return to this series either in person for revenge on Echo, or in spirit by sending a group of criminals after her. There’s also Kazi (Fra Fee) who apparently also died in the finale. If this character also survives, he can be sent by Kingpin and take his comic Clown character to assassinate Maya.
Kingpin could return as a future villain for Spider-Man, as he’s already done in the comics and in “Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse.” Alternatively, with Daredevil now introduced to the MCU, Kingpin could appear in a future Disney + “Daredevil” series. Until we see a corpse, this probably isn’t the last time we hear of Kingpin.