Hawkeye (Kate Bishop)

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Kate Bishop
Hawkeye
Hawkeye Vol 5 1.jpg
Cover of Hawkeye #1 (December 2016).
Art by Julian Totino Tedesco.
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance Young Avengers #1 (April 2005)
Created by Allan Heinberg
Jim Cheung
In-story information
Alter egoKatherine Bishop
Team affiliations Young Avengers
West Coast Avengers
Partnerships Hawkeye (Clint Barton)
Gwenpool (Gwen Poole)
Notable aliasesHawkeye, Hawkette, The Better Hawkeye, Lady Hawkeye, Lady Hawkguy, The Real Hawkeye, Hawkingbird
AbilitiesHighly skilled archer, fencer, swordswoman, martial artist, boxer, and other forms of combat
Use of two battle staves, a sword, a bow, and trick arrows

Hawkeye (Katherine "Kate" Bishop) is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. She is a member of the Young and West Coast Avengers, teams of superheroes in the Marvel Comics' shared universe, the Marvel Universe. The third character to take the Hawkeye name, after Clint Barton of the Avengers and Wyatt McDonald of the Squadron Supreme, Kate's costume is patterned on those of the first Hawkeye and Mockingbird.

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Hailee Steinfeld is set to portray Bishop in the Marvel Cinematic Universe streaming television series Hawkeye on Disney+.

Publication history

Leonardo Romero's original concept work for Kate Bishop's All-New Hawkeye redesign. Hawkeye Concept Art.png
Leonardo Romero's original concept work for Kate Bishop's All-New Hawkeye redesign.

Hawkeye first appeared in Young Avengers #1 (April 2005), created by writer Allan Heinberg and artist Jim Cheung. She is first introduced as Kate Bishop and in issue #12 she takes up the Hawkeye mantle, the original Hawkeye was dead at the time, after being killed in Avengers #502. [1]

Alongside Clint Barton, Kate Bishop co-stars in Matt Fraction and David Aja's series Hawkeye (2012). [2]

Hawkeye appeared in the 2013 Young Avengers series by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie. [3]

Kate Bishop co-starred with Clint Barton in the "All-New Hawkeye" series by Jeff Lemire and Ramon Perez (2015). [4]

Kate had starred in her own Hawkeye book, starting in the fall 2016 Marvel NOW! catalog. [5] The book had been cancelled with its 16th and final issue in early 2018. [6] The writer of said book, Kelly Thompson, would then create the 2018 incarnation of the West Coast Avengers, which featured Kate as the team leader. [7]

Fictional character biography

Young Avengers Special

Young Avengers Special revealed that sometime prior to joining the team Kate Bishop was brutally attacked in (what appears to be) Central Park. At first, the incident left Kate traumatized, but then it spurred her to engage in intense combat training. So far the team is unaware of this incident as Kate only told her therapist and Jessica Jones. The exact nature of the attack is not made clear—only the initial ambush is shown on panel.

Young Avengers

A "normal" civilian forcibly introduced to the Young Avengers in an early rescue attempt made by the team, Kate has demonstrated skill and level-headedness in high pressure situations. Independent, tough-minded, and blunt, she is also an excellent archer. Her encounter with the young team led her to investigate them on her own, following them to Avengers headquarters and donning the gear of Mockingbird and Hawkeye, as well as what may be Swordsman's sword and Black Widow's belt. When Kate first appears wearing Mockingbird's mask, Patriot jokingly refers to her as "Hawkingbird." She invites herself to join the team after freeing them and helps them in their battle against Kang the Conqueror. She was subsequently confirmed as a member of the team. [8]

Kate has long black hair and blue eyes. She is 5'5.

After the team's first adventure stopping Kang the Conqueror, Captain America and Iron Man ordered the team to break up and refused to train the team without their parents' consent. However, Kate Bishop still wanted to be a Young Avenger. Believing the worst Captain America and Iron Man could do was inform their parents, Kate took the team to an abandoned warehouse previously owned by one of her father's companies, Bishop Publishing, which became the team's lair. She also had new uniforms made for them, since Cap told them to "never wear those uniforms again." [9]

Kate is close with her friend and teammate Stature, and has a certain degree of chemistry with teammate Patriot, although their relationship is punctuated by near-constant bickering and one-upmanship; when Stature observed that "no matter what happens" Wiccan and Hulkling "have each other" and Kate has Patriot, Kate immediately objected, saying "all we do is fight". The team’s newest member, Speed, immediately referred to Patriot as "your boyfriend," prompting another denial by Kate. Upon meeting Speed for the first time, she was not her usual composed self (for lack of a codename, her self-introduction stalled after "I’m..."). Still, she is the driving member of the team, pushing everyone to stay together and operates as the team's unofficial deputy-leader when Patriot's not around, even giving him occasional orders.[ volume & issue needed ]

After Patriot is injured, Captain America informs the Young Avengers that he hopes that they start normal lives. [10] Kate tells him if he had trained them, Patriot might not have been injured and it was best for him to help the Young Avengers by accepting them. Jessica Jones returns to give Kate the original Hawkeye's bow and arrows with a note from Captain America addressed to Hawkeye. Jessica told Kate that the only other person to stand up to Captain America the way Kate did was Hawkeye, and that Captain America wanted her to take Clint's codename. Kate did and became the third "Hawkeye". [10]

Kate Bishop as a member of the Young Avengers. Art by Jim Cheung. Kate Bishop Debut.jpg
Kate Bishop as a member of the Young Avengers. Art by Jim Cheung.

Civil War

Kate has been identified as one of the 142 registered superheroes who appear on the cover of the comic book Avengers: The Initiative #1. [11] However, she and Patriot (also on that cover) make a brief appearance in Doctor Strange's home, the hideout of the New Avengers in the second issue of Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America , casting some doubt into their allegiances. However, in the same issue of Fallen Son, Iron Fist remarks that "It's been a tough week" leading to the assumption that series takes place in the week following Cap's death, and the Young Avengers may have registered after that. [12] In the same series, however, Kate and Patriot confront Clint Barton, who had temporarily taken on the costume and shield of Captain America who are attempting to capture them for being unregistered heroes, leaving more confusion. [13]

Unaware of who he truly is, Kate berates Clint, saying that she took Hawkeye's name to honor him but did not copy his costume as that would be shameful; she further states that "if Hawkeye were alive, I'd call myself something else." Her words convince Clint to return the shield and costume to Tony Stark, condemn Stark for his role in the Civil War, and go his own path. [13]

Young Avengers Presents

In the Young Avengers Presents limited series, Kate assists Patriot in tracking down Bucky Barnes, the Winter Soldier, aiding him in taking down a cell of A.I.M. cyborgs in the process. [14]

In the last issue of the series, Kate goes on an awkward date with Eli, ultimately turning him down, to his embarrassment. She is then attacked by Ronin, who tests her abilities. He invites her to the Secret Avengers hideout and reveals himself to be Clint Barton. The two discuss determination to lead and "always taking the shot." Kate bets him that he cannot split an arrow (a supposedly impossible feat), and wagers his original bow. He wins using a far inferior bow, reiterating that no matter how impossible, when the lives of their teammates depend on it, one should always take the shot. Humiliated, Kate surrenders the bow and her codename, and is rebuffed by Patriot. Speed takes Kate out on a date to ease her tension and the two infiltrate the Secret Avengers base and reclaim the bow. Meanwhile, Clint attempts to advocate for the Young Avengers to the other Secret Avengers, wishing to serve as mentors to them. He notices Kate's presence and visits her later, granting her permission to use his name and bow, acknowledging that her infiltration demonstrated the determination necessary to lead her team. He offers her the Secret Avengers' support, giving her an old photo of himself, Captain America, the Scarlet Witch, and Quicksilver in their early days as Avengers. Reaffirmed, Kate approaches Eli and kisses him, asking him to be patient with her and give her time. [15]

Secret Invasion

Kate participates in the battle against the Skrull invasion with her teammates, but is defeated, despite the aid of the Initiative. [16] She and the Young Avengers later show up to join in the final fight. When she is knocked unconscious, her bow and arrows are used by Clint Barton, the original Hawkeye to continue the fight. [17]

Siege

Kate joins the Young Avengers, New Avengers, and Secret Warriors in stopping Norman Osborn's siege of Asgard. [18] [19] [20] Unfortunately, when the Sentry levels Asgard, Kate and Patriot are trapped beneath rubble. During a doubtful moment Patriot passionately kisses Kate, which prompts her to push him away after a startled moment. Not long after, they are rescued by their friends and rejoin their group, but not before Kate tells Patriot that was a 'Hell of a kiss' with a shared smile, hinting at the start of a relationship. [21]

Heroic Age

After the events of Siege, Kate is seen amongst the heroes celebrating at Avengers Tower. [22] Clint Barton later encourages her to keep the name "Hawkeye" despite returning to the mantle himself, saying that the world is big enough for two "Hawkeyes" for now. [23]

Kate appears alongside the other Young Avengers in Avengers: Children's Crusade. [24]

Kate also appears alongside the other Young Avengers in Avengers: The Children's Crusade Young Avengers, a one-shot in which the Young Avengers are grown up and are now the Avengers. It is an alternate timeline altered by Iron Lad continuing to alter the timestream to defeat Kang the Conqueror. [25]

Hawkeye solo series

Kate appears alongside the original Hawkeye, Clint Barton, in the new Hawkeye series, which takes place after the Avengers vs. X-Men storyline. The two co-star in the series, focusing on lower crime instead of being superheroes, which they acknowledge is what makes each of them Hawkeye. They maintain a mentor/student relationship, though they regularly exhibit competitiveness with each other; in a mission to help Clint, she took down and posed as Madame Masque, who is now bent on exacting her revenge and ultimately kill her. [26]

After Clint began acting increasingly aloof and hostile towards her and her attempts to help him, Kate decided to leave New York for a bit and go to Los Angeles, together with Clint's dog Lucky; however, as soon as she arrived there she learned that her father cut her off from his money, leaving her to her own devices. [27] To earn some money, Kate put an ad describing herself as half-superhero, half-private eye. [28] During her stay in L.A., she ran afoul on a criminal organization headed by Masque, and while she managed to bring it down, she learned that her father was implicated in it. Kate gave him a phone call and told him she would make him pay. She returned to New York to assist Clint in defeating the Russian Mafia after they kill one of Clint's residents, with her dad secretly conspiring with other super villains and mob bosses to put a hit on her and Clint. [29]

As part of the All-New, All-Different Marvel event, Kate Bishop was at Hawkeye's house at the time when Old Man Logan showed up. [30] After explaining who he was and eventually passing out on Hawkeye's couch, Logan woke up 33 hours later. After learning that Logan was looking for Mysterio, Kate Bishop looked up his last known whereabouts on S.H.I.E.L.D.'s database and demanded to come with Logan as he investigated. When they arrived, they found a man named Eddie and his unnamed partner there. Logan immediately attacked them cutting off one man's hand despite them denying that they knew who Mysterio was. A horrified Kate Bishop tried to stop him, but Logan quickly neutralized her as the two men escaped. [31]

Kate later fought against the Secret Empire. A powerless Cassandra Lang tries to help and is nearly killed in the process. [32]

In the All-New Hawkeye books, Kate and Clint retrieve Project Communion from Hydra, which turns out to be three innocent kids turned into powerful, psionic Inhumans from the Terrigen Mists. They don't trust S.H.I.E.L.D. with them, so they rescue the kids from S.H.I.E.L.D. and have them live in Barton's apartment, until Hydra tracks their location. When Clint deems the children too dangerous to hold, they reluctantly hand them over to Hydra. Kate's trust in Clint is shaken, and she starts operating solo for a short time while re-evaluating her life and relationship with Clint.

Kate Bishop befriends Gwen Poole, from The Unbelievable Gwenpool #15 (May 2017). Gwen Poole and Kate Bishop.png
Kate Bishop befriends Gwen Poole, from The Unbelievable Gwenpool #15 (May 2017).

Clint eventually helps her come up with a plan to rescue the children from Hydra and fake Project Communion's deaths in front of S.H.I.E.L.D. to keep Maria Hill away. They have the kids stay with Barney while Clint contacts the Avengers to get a good security system for them. Kate tells Clint she still wants to be a solo hero for a while in order to be herself, as she's idolized Clint for so long and used the Hawkeye identity to avoid becoming like her dad, but is ready to become her own person. The series also explores Kate's childhood, where she initially idolized her father and wanted to be like him, but after learning about his criminal activities, decides that it's best if she doesn't know what he does while he doesn't know what she does. This is realized after Kate was abducted by one of her dad's rival gangs, and she was rescued by Hawkeye and the Avengers, which inspired her to become a hero in the future. [33]

Following Clint assassinating Hulk in Civil War II , Kate is angered by Clint's actions, but still shows some sympathy for the position he's in. She's more upset that the media is attacking her for Clint's actions, but is comforted by her former Young Avengers teammates. [34] She sides with Iron Man in the conflict.

After the conflict, Kate moves back to Los Angeles and begins her own Private Eye investigations. It doesn't start too well as the residents were expecting Clint (either to hurt or praise him for his actions in Civil War II), but Kate is eventually approached by a college student who needs her help with a stalker. [35]

West Coast Avengers Vol. 3

While trying to stop some dwarves from using a mystical artifact, she was interrupted by Ghost Rider and Gwen Poole. After a brief scuffle and police show up on the scene, she and Gwen drive away from the scene while Ghost Rider escapes with both the mystical gem the dwarves were using and Gwen's ghost friend Cecil. [36] Subsequently befriending Gwen after she describes Kate as both "the real" and "the better Hawkeye" and Kate nicknames her "toots", sleeping on her couch overnight, Kate retrieves Cecil from Ghost Rider and helps him acquire a new corporeal body. [37] Kate then invites Gwen to join her in forming a new reality show-funded West Coast Avengers alongside Clint, America Chavez, Quentin Quire, and Kate's boyfriend Johnny "Fuse" Watts, [38] facing B.R.O.D.O.K. and Madame Masque once again, and ultimately discovering her mother to be alive as a vampire. Kate and the West Coast Avengers later assists Otto Octavius in defending San Francisco during the War of the Realms. [39]

Powers and abilities

Kate is highly skilled at archery, fencing, swordsmanship, jujitsu, boxing, and other forms of combat. She carries two battle staves similar to those once used by Mockingbird, a sword similar to the Swordsman's, as well as Clint Barton's bow and arrows. Black Panther had also supplied her with trick arrows. [40]

Other versions

Ultimate Marvel

An Ultimate Marvel version of Kate Bishop appears as a 15-year-old classmate of Miles Morales. The character was initially unnamed but her identity is later confirmed by writer Brian Michael Bendis. [41] Following a one-year ellipsis, the 16-year-old Kate is seen dating Miles. [42] In this reality, Kate and her family are members of HYDRA, and she believes they can make the world better. [43] Miles eventually reveals to Kate that he is Spider-Man, which freaks her out and she does not talk to Miles for weeks. [44] She tells his secret to her sister, who in turn tells her father. [43] When Miles goes to her house to check on Kate, her father drugs Miles and kidnaps him while HYDRA agents kidnap Miles' father, Ganke, and Jessica. [45] Despite the reveal Kate still seems to hold feelings for Miles and does not like to see him tortured by her father and Doctor Doom. [46] After Miles breaks free, defeats Doctor Doom, and is rescued by his friends, he breaks up with Kate and she is knocked out by Dagger. [47]

Avengers: The Children's Crusade

In Avengers: The Children's Crusade: Young Avengers, an alternate future Kate is seen still operating as Hawkeye for Kang's Avengers team. She is married to Tom Shepherd (now known as Quicksilver) and is expecting twins. Her outfit has changed to match Clint's original Hawkeye costume. [48]

Secret Wars

A 1602 version of Kate appears during Secret Wars . Similar to Robin Hood, she stole from the rich alongside her friends Teddy and Billy, but was caught by the Punisher Sheriff and distracted him so her friends could escape God Emperor Doom's judgement. During her time at the Shield, she met and befriended America Chavez and joined the Hel-Rangers, and eventually escaped with Chavez. [49]

What If..?

In What If? House of M, Kate and the Young Avengers are killed by Red Skull one month after the depowering of every hero on the planet. Kate was killed by the Cosmic Cube. [50]

Old Man Logan

In Old Man Hawkeye, a prequel to Old Man Logan , a middle-aged Kate is the mayor of a refuge district deep in the wastelands. She later assists Clint in his revenge quest against the Thunderbolts. After doing so, he requests her help in delivering a case of super soldier serum, but she refuses to help him on his endless revenge crusade and drives off to look after her district, correctly predicting that the task would kill Clint in the process. [51]

Collected editions

Hawkeye's solo appearances have been collected in a number of trade paperbacks:

TitleMaterial collectedPagesPublication dateISBN
Hawkeye: Kate Bishop, Vol. 1: Anchor PointsHawkeye Vol. 5 #1-6136June 13, 2017 978-1302905149
Hawkeye: Kate Bishop, Vol. 2: MasksHawkeye Vol. 5 #7-12January 2, 2018 978-1302905156
Hawkeye: Kate Bishop, Vol. 3: Family ReunionHawkeye Vol. 5 #13-16, Generations: Hawkeye & Hawkeye #1112May 22, 2018 978-1302910976

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