Those relationships are indeed direct, with “Hawkeye” essentially announcing Laura Barton as the SHIELD agent known as Mockingbird. Although that name is not used directly, it clearly implies that Mrs. Barton is a Mockingbird. The ending reveals that the problematic Rolex Hawkeye dared to take in episode 5 of “Hawkeye” actually belongs to Laura. Tipper states that Rolex bears the engraved SHIELD logo and the number 19, which is Mockingbird’s designation in dealer ranks (according to Marvel.com).
Some might point to Mockingbird’s real name in the pages of Marvel as Bobbi Morse. So does the live-action version of the character from the ABC series “Agents of SHIELD”, where she is portrayed by Adrianne Palicki. Names aside, Mrs. Barton’s cracking skills match Mockingbird’s skills well. So did her marriage to Hawkeye, with Marvel.com confirming that the duo were wed in the final moments of the “Hawkeye” four-book short series from 1983 – although their marriage is clearly out. obviously a little more vibrating than Clint and Laura’s.
However, Laura’s super spy status makes it a little easier to understand why, as revealed in “Vengeance Squad: Age of Ultron, “Nick Fury (Samuel L.Jackson) went so far as to set up Bartons with a posh country house and SHIELD radar. the question becomes what exactly the MCU bosses have in store for the character. And we can’t wait to see what’s next.
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