The Disney+ series Hawk Eye turns out to have a lasting impact on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as another one of its Easter Eggs has been spotted in set photos for its sister series, Secret Invasion. Even though Moon Knight will be the next series from Marvel Studios to debut on Disney+, it will be followed by Secret Invasion at some point later in the year. The limited series will reunite Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and Ben Mendelsohn (Talos) while adapting the popular Marvel Comics event that revealed how the Skrulls infiltrated Earth. However, a new set photo shows how Secret Invasion was instead picked up by Hawk Eye.
the Secret Invasion the set photo shows what appears to be a New York City subway system with businesses and stores. On one of the walls is a banner for “Rogers the Musical,” which was the musical piece Clint Barton (Jeremy Renner) took his family to in the first episode of Hawk Eye. The banner reads: ‘Come to the West End!’ There are also quotes from different publications: “A Super-Powered Sensation”, “Super-Music”, “Super-Staging” and “Super-Power”.
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Some more leaked photos of Secret Invasion also gave fans their first look at one of the Skrulls, as well as an underwater setting. Much of the series is kept under a hood of mystery, it’s hard to extract any information from what is seen in the photos. But for now, it allows fans to follow every new update.
Marvel Comics has announced a sequel to 2008’s Secret Invasion by writer Ryan North (Squirrel Girl) and the artist Francesco Mobili (daredevil). North noted that readers don’t need to be up to date on the previous episode to enjoy this year’s event.
“It’s a sequel in that it’s set in the same Marvel Universe as the first and everyone in the story remembers the first happened, but it’s more of a standalone story because they all learned from this adventure and aren’t interested in seeing it go the same way twice, where they almost lost Earth to alien invaders,” Ryan North said. IGN. “You don’t need to have one of the 2008 series to enjoy it, of course – the book tells you everything you need to know – but if you do, there are a few little reminders you’ll catch. “
Secret Invasion is set to premiere later this year on Disney+.