Hawkeye Mid Credits Scene Explained (Spoilers)

The last episode of Marvel’s Hawkeye series was released on Disney+ on Wednesday. The series stars Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, Vera Farmiga, Alaqua Cox, Vincent D’Onofrio, Fra Fee and Florence Pugh. It was the fifth Disney+ Marvel series after WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, What if, and Loki.

In the Hawkeye finale, Clint Barton and Kate Bishop find out that Eleanor Bishop handles Sloan and works for the big bad guy Wilson Fisk/Kingpin. Together, they take down the tracksuit mafia, Eleanor gets arrested, Echo handles Kingpin, and Yelena and Clint have a heartfelt conversation after a great fight. Finally, Clint keeps his promise and returns home. Clint takes Kate with him to celebrate Christmas with his family.

After the happy ending, all eyes were on the mid credits scene. Well, Marvel did something very non-MCU like. Instead of teasing us with what’s next, they showed us a minute or more performance from Rogers: The Musical. We see actors dancing on stage and singing the great work done by the Avengers. In the musical, Jeremy’s Clint Barton gets the attention he deserves.

Hawkeye Mid Credits Scene

The Hawkeye mid credits scene has left the Marvel fans confused. Some enjoyed it, and some weren’t happy. One person wrote, “Finished watching Hawkeye. It was good but do not watch that stinger mid credits. I kept waiting for something cool to happen and it didn’t. So lame. Don’t waste your time.”

Another wrote, “I think the #Hawkeye mid credits scene is the most fun mid credits scene ever.”

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Check out fans’ reaction to Hawkeye mid credits scene:

Well, to each their own. You can check out the episode on Disney+.

What do you think of the final episode and the mid credits scene? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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