Kate Bishop (Marvel)
Kate Bishop is a female comic superhero that features in Marvel Comics.
Despite that, she never let the mansion and remained behind where she saw the Avengers in a confrontation with Kang who was looking for his younger self. He came to convince them to hand Iron Lad over as the longer he was in the present then it meant that all of time would collapse. Kate then went into the vault and remembered the code used for the door thus freeing the Young Avengers who were being kept there until their parents could be called to collect them. Bishop then provided her team mates various equipment she had gathered from the mansion whilst she had taken Mockingbird's mask and battle staves, Swordman's sword and Hawkeye's bow along with quiver. The Young Avengers then attempted to flee to escape both Kang and the Avengers. (Young Avengers v1 #4)
She later had a night out with Noh-Varr with the two sleeping together as the pair began a relationship. The day after she awoke on his ship that came under attack from Skrulls. (Young Avengers v2 #1)
After responding to an attack in Los Angeles, she came to the conclusion that the West Coast required a superhero team to protect it from attack. Thus, she decided to reform the West Coast Avengers and began looking to recruit others to help her. (West Coast Avengers v3 #1)
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Powers and abilities
- Kate Bishop was created by Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung where she made her first appearance in Young Avengers v1 #1 (April, 2005).
- In Old Man Hawkeye v1 (2018), an alternate version of Kate Bishop appeared in a world designated as Earth-807238. This version lived in a world where the Red Skull had led a supervillain uprising against the world's superheroes that were largely killed. She came to had founded a sanctuary town in the Wastelands where she managed as mayor and looked after its inhabitants.
In other media
- In Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3, Kate Bishop was referenced in a win quote dialogue by Hawkeye in the fighting video game where he said that she made a good Hawkeye but that there was no substitute for the original.
- In Marvel Heroes, Kate Bishop appeared as an enhanced costume for Hawkeye where she was voiced by actor Amanda C. Miller.
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- All-New Hawkeye v2:
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- West Coast Avengers v3: