Does Hawkeye Episode 1 or 2 Have an End-Credit Scene?
Here's everything we know about it.
The first two episodes of Hawkeye have just arrived on Disney Plus; however, before getting started with the show, MCU fans may want to know if they should expect an end-credit scene in the first two episodes. Well, here’s everything you need to know about it.
Disney Plus started Phase 4 of MCU by giving us several excellent tv series, beginning with WandaVision. Following the success of the first miniseries, the studio released Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Loki, and What If earlier this year. Unlike the first three shows, What If was an animated series that explored different timelines in the MCU.
Anyway, after a frustratingly long wait, Disney Plus is finally back with another live-action MCU series. As suggested by the show’s title, Hawkeye focuses on the life of Clint Barton after the events of Endgame. The Avenger teams up with Kate Bishop to confront his dark past.
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Marvel fans are well-aware of MCU’s tradition of including post-credit scenes in movies. However, things have been unpredictable with MCU shows on Disney Plus, and not every episode of these miniseries features an end-credit scene.
For instance, WandaVision featured a post-credit scene in its final episode. On the other hand, Loki gave us an end-credit clip in the fourth episode, whereas the finale episode confirmed that the show would return with a Season 2. So, it’s obvious for fans to wonder what they should expect from the first two episodes of Hawkeye.
Is There an end-credit scene in the First Two Episodes of Hawkeye?
As expected, the first two episodes of Hawkeye don’t feature an end-credit scene. That said, Marvel has a habit of putting several easter eggs in the credits. For instance, the credits for Loki’s first episode hinted at the actual name of Sophia Di Martino’s character before it was revealed in the show. So, if you are good at spotting such easter eggs, you can stick to your screens when the credits start rolling in Hawkeye’s first two episodes.