Hawkeye Reveals Epic New Poster Teasing Kingpin's Presence

By Tom Drew Updated:
Hawkeye Kingpin Poster

With Spider-Man: No Way Home now out in the wild, the last MCU installment to round out the year is the final episode of Disney+’s Hawkeye. The finale is set to wrap up a plethora of lingering story threads, in addition to fully introducing Vincent D’Onofrio’s Kingpin to the MCUWith a reported 59 minute runtime, there will be plenty of time for Hawkeye to give the show a proper sendoff and include some surprises.

Fans can already find out some of the plot points the episode will cover, as Marvel released a spoiler-filled featurette ahead of the episode's release.

A Hawkeye location recently appeared in Tom Holland’s web-slinging threequel, leading many to wonder whether the webhead could feasibly make an appearance in Clint Barton’s show. Kate Bishop actress Hailee Steinfeld responded to the speculation, not necessarily ruling anything out.

Now, a new poster has been released ahead of the Disney+ series’ thrilling conclusion.

Hawkeye Releases Character-Filled Finale Poster

Marvel released a character-filled promotional poster for Hawkeye's final episode, which brings together Clint Barton, Kate Bishop, Yelena Belova, Maya Lopez, Kazi, Eleanor Bishop, Jack Duquesne, the Tracksuit Mafia, and Lucky the Pizza Dog all in one festive image.

The poster also includes the silhouette of Vincent D'Onofrio's Kingpin in the background, teasing his inevitable full debut in the finale.

The full poster can be seen below:

Hawkeye Finale poster


The Kingpin is Coming

This new poster demonstrates how the finale is set to be the culmination of all the show's weaving storylines up to this point, which should involve all of the characters featured -- yes, Lucky the Pizza Dog included.

Interestingly, Tony Dalton's Jack Duquesne is brandishing a sword like his comic counterpart. Whether this is a red herring or Jack will become the Swordsman in the finale remains to be seen.

The poster also teases Clint and Kate's new matching superhero costumes, which should be fully unveiled very, very soon.

The biggest takeaway, though, is the tease of the impending arrival of Kingpin, who will be a prominent part of the final episode. Hopefully fans will get some insight into what Wilson Fisk has been up to in the MCU so far, in addition to what he's got planned moving forward.

Fans can find out what the Kingpin has in store when Hawkeye's finale premieres on December 22, 2021.

- About The Author: Tom Drew
Tom Drew is the Executive Editor at The Direct. Tom writes for The Direct's Marvel, Star Wars, and DC branches while specializing in all things movies, from blockbuster to indie darlings.