Y’know… An orphan, a childhood in the circus, running around and fighting crime with no super powers, just his wits, reflexes and training, hangs out with a billionaire who lacks superpowers and fights crime, too.
In other universe, Clint Barton probably would have been adopted by Bruce Wayne.
• Hawkeye tries to solve a case with too many uncomfortable similarities to her own life, almost as if fixing things for her young client will fix things for herself (spoiler alert: That’s not how it works, Kate)! • At least she’s getting to punch through her frustrations courtesy of the. Worst. Fight. Club. Ever. Right? • And just when she thinks she’s coming to terms with her new reality (thank you, therapeutic violence!), Kate gets thrown a curve ball she never saw coming…but maybe should have!
1. The fact that Clint saw tangled wires and assumed Tony would know what to do
2. The fact that Tony actually came to help him
3. The fact that Clint did not take his advice anyway
4. The fake drama and how Tony looks far more anxious about this than he is about most life-threatening situations
5. This is Tony’s only appearance in the entire series, except for the next few panels where he offers to buy Clint all new stuff (which ends on a surprisingly poignant note). Like this is it. He just shows up to fix the DVR and is never seen again