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I do not see color. I see crime.
~ Blue Hawk attempting to justify his actions.
Supe lives matter!
~ Blue Hawk's infamous quote.
Blue Hawk is a minor antagonist of the 2019 Amazon Prime TV adaptation of the highly controversial adult comic-book series The Boys, serving as a supporting antagonist in Season 3.
Blue Hawk was a racist low-level superhero who terrorized African-American communities in New Jersey. After A-Train begins to intervene, he and Blue Hawk unwittingly work together in an attempt to clear his name, under Vought International's request.
His early life is unknown, however, it is assumed that much like the rest of the supes working for Vought, he was injected with Compound V as a child which in turn, granted him super strength and super speed. At some point in his life, he would eventually become a superhero to fight crime under the mantle "Blue Hawk". Despite this, he is actually a racist and blames African-American people for ongoing crime in the United States, hence, choosing to heavily and unjustifiably patrol black neighborhoods, killing and severely injuring many, criminal or not. As a result, he garnered notoriety and infamy due to his actions despite being covered up by Vought International.
Blue Hawk is facing backlash for stomping a black man's face onto a curb - killing him for allegedly mugging a white woman which is implied to be a cover-up for him killing possibly an innocent black man. As a result, Ashley Barrett summons him to her office alongside A-Train who is rebranding himself to help the African-American community. A-Train suggests that Blue Hawk should issue a public apology at a Black Lives Matter center as well as donating $10,000 to the organization to which he agrees.
The venue is attended by a few people and Blue Hawk takes the center stage to apologize, despite the reluctance of A-Train's brother Nate who is present. Blue Hawk however did not apologize and attempted to justify his actions before the crowd confronts him, as Blue Hawk attempts even more to justify the multiple killings of black people he committed, the crowd becomes even more hostile prompting him to physically assault various people in the crowd, severely injuring and/or possibly murdering some of them while shouting out racist obscenities. He is abruptly stopped by A-Train and leaves the scene not realizing that he severely injured Nate during the ruckus.
On Vought News, Blue Hawk is seen blaming his previous actions on the group Antifa and the incident was presumably covered up by Vought International much to A-Train's dismay as Blue Hawk left Nate paralyzed. Sometime later, Blue Hawk is seen participating in the orgy during the 70th annual Herogasm event at the TNT Twin's residence. Starlight attempts to convince him into evacuating everyone from the place to avoid Soldier Boy's wrath however, he dismisses her warnings. After Soldier Boy arrives and kills the TNT Twins - destroying the entire property, killing and severely injuring everyone around him, Blue Hawk attempts to flee, only to be confronted by A-Train who chokes him and drags him along the road in super speed, painfully and slowly killing him.
Blue Hawk on Vought News.
"I don't see color, I only see crime."
"Supes Lives Matter!"
A-Train choking Blue Hawk shortly before dragging him to his death.
Blue Hawk's painful demise.
Blue Hawk is an original character from the Amazon series as he does not exist in the comics.
Blue Hawk may be a parody of Blackhawk, a DC Comics a military uniform-wearing superhero.
Blue Hawk might be a fictional analogy to the real-life controversial figure George Zimmerman.
Zimmerman is a white Hispanic man who, while volunteering for neighborhood watch, shot and murdered an unarmed black teenager (Trayvon Martin) after mistakenly suspecting him of a crime. In actuality, Martin had bought a pack of skittles that Zimmerman later insisted was concealed marijuana. He was acquitted by virtue of reasonable doubt on the grounds of self-defense because Martin had slammed his head into the pavement and a ran away after a few hours of being threatened by Zimmerman. Zimmerman recalls this as a "vicious attack" by Martin, rather than fear for the latter's own life.
Blue Hawk, patrolling a particular neighborhood to reduce crime, killed a black man he suspected of robbing a white woman by stomping his head into pavement, but in actuality he was not committing any crimes. Blue Hawk insists he was defending himself and that he is not racist, much like Zimmerman. After attacking members of the black community and being stopped by A-Train, he lies to the news saying he was standing up to Antifa, much like Zimmerman lies to people about the nature of him confronting Martin.