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Magazine ‘Gavião Arqueiro’ | The fourth episode brings a direct link between the series and the films

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If you haven’t watched the first four episodes of Gavião Arqueiro, then don’t read this article to avoid spoilers.

After a fantastic episode last week, the Gavião Arqueiro series arrives with another chapter focused on the end of the psychology of Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner), recalling the loss of his best friend on the planet Vormir, in Avengers: Ultimatum (2019 ). At the same time, Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) begins to accept that there is something wrong with her family, but especially with her stepfather, although her mother also leaves evidence that she is playing. for the bad side, and anyone who knows the comics knows the possibility of that, not least because they wouldn’t waste Vera Farmiga in an unimportant role.

Kate and Clint follow their investigation to find out who is behind the Warm Gang and all the interest in Ronin. After trying to break into Eleanor’s (Farmiga) computer, the couple are discovered by her and Jack Duquesne (Tony Dalton). After rejecting Clint, giving the Avenger an emotional jolt by citing the death of Natasha (Scarlett Johansson) as a reason for not wanting her daughter to hang out with him, Matriarch Bishop shows her daughter how happy she is with Jack, almost convincing the young woman to approve of their relationship. However, everything changes quickly, when Clint discovers that the man behind Sloan Ltd., the company that laundered money in the Warm Gang, is precisely Jack Duquesne.

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He also cites the idea that Kate’s stepfather could be under the main villain’s control which has yet to be revealed, but everyone is betting on being the hub (Vincent D’Onofrio) . Only Kate is unaware of her mother’s conversation with Clint. And as Eleanor is a vampire in the comics, and this supernatural universe gets closer and closer to her MCU debut, we can expect the character to end up revealing a villain in the next two episodes.

Another great moment of this chapter is precisely the appearance of the long-awaited Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), the new Black Widow of the MCU. She emerges in a rooftop brawl as Clint and Kate break into an Eco Trap (Alaqua Cox). Kate comes face to face with Maya, while Clint is attacked by a mysterious figure on the roof of the building. They believe they are both Echo, until Yelena attacks Clint with the Widow’s stingers. Hawkeye unmasks her, is surprised and Kate tries to attack her. Clint understands the gravity of the situation he’s gotten himself into and tries to get Kate out of the story so that the girl doesn’t become a target for the professional assassin.

For those who don’t remember Yelena, she was introduced to Black Widow (2021) as the foster sister of KGB spy family Natasha. She grows up as a professional assassin and helps her sister in her mission to demolish the Red Room and get other women to fall victim to Widow Mind Control, so they can act of their own accord rather than being exploited.

However, in the film’s post-credits scene, Yelena is at the grave of her sister, who sacrificed herself in Avengers: Ultimatum, when Countess Valentina Allegra de Fontaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) appears to entrust her with a new mission: avenge the death of the sister. killing Nat’s killer. Then she shows a photo of Clint Barton and the young woman chases after him. Aside from revealing that the general public isn’t sure exactly what happened to Vormir, the Countess is already positioning herself as a big antagonist for the next phases of the MCU, as she has handled powerful characters both in the series. , as in Falcão and the Winter Soldier (2021), and in the movies, as seen in Black Widow.

Finally, it’s worth highlighting one of the coolest moments in this episode, which is Kate and Clint’s discussion of the existence of boomerang arrows. Besides being a lot of fun, increasing the duo’s on-screen chemistry, this sequel came straight from the Matt Fraction comic book, where the series drinks. The difference is, in the series, it’s Kate who suggests the boomerang arrows, while in the comics, it’s Clint who gives the arrow to Kate, who thinks it’s a stupid idea, but ends up putting it to good use later. to.

New episodes of Gavião Arqueiro debut every Wednesday on Disney +.

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