Hawkeye reveals the true meaning of Black Widow’s death in Endgame – MRT

Black Widow gave his life to save the world in Avengers: Endgame. The consequences of his death will be seen in Phase 4 with Yelena Belova assuming the new identity, as well as the meaning of her surrender for the sake of Hawkeye who had become the mercenary Ronin. In fact, the third episode of Hawkeye reminds us of the value of Natasha Romanoff’s Black Widow to the development of Clint Barton and how we should remember her.


The Hawkeye series begins with Clint Barton’s vacation plans with his children, but everything changes when Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) wears her old Ronin outfit while fighting criminals. Now, Ronin’s old enemies are on the trail of Bishop, and Hawkeye takes it upon himself to clear up the situation.

At the beginning of the third installment, we see Hawkeye captured by the Tracksuit Draculas and being interrogated by Echo, the head of the criminal gang. Clint Barton’s intention is to make you believe that Ronin died at the hands of Black Widow and that only he is a witness to the fact.

Obviously, we know that this is a half lie. Metaphorically, Black Widow did kill Ronin when Natasha went to Clint to recruit him into the new Avengers operations. After a sensitive chat, Black Widow convinces Clint that Ronin will not solve anything or bring his family back after Thanos’ snap.

The scene, then, confirms that the heroic death of Black Widow put an end to Ronin. After Black Widow gave his life for the Avengers to defeat Thanos, there was no way Hawkeye could go back to being Ronin. By saying that Black Widow killed Ronin, Hawkeye continues to honor her friend’s tragic sacrifice.

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