Disney releases promotional photo of Hawkeye holding a bow like an idiot


  • Photo via Disney
This is how you lose digits, kids.

This morning, Disney's Public Relations Manager, Jonathan Frontado posted a brief story to the official Disney blog highlighting Marvel characters that will be featured on Disney Cruise's upcoming "Marvel Day at Sea."

"Today, set your sights on another sensational Super Hero – Hawkeye," says the blog. The only problem is that Hawkeye, "the world’s most talented archer and marksman," is holding a bow like a damn fool.
  • Photo via Disney

I don't know much about archery other than what I was taught at summer camp, but I do know that you don't fire an arrow from between your fingers...or from the wrong side of the bow.

Here's a reminder of how Hawkeye, or anyone for that matter who values  fingers, should shoot a bow and arrow...
  • Photo via Universal
Anywhooooo, you can meet this Hawkeye imposter and other Marvel characters at the Marvel Day at Sea, which begins this fall.

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