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Because it ended before finger-snap. From IGN "It seems like our finale ended pre-snap," star Clark Gregg told IGN when we caught up with the man behind Coulson earlier this week. Avoiding Thanos' snap altogether was probably the smartest play for Agents of SHIELD, especially considering that, according to Gregg, "We never know at the end of the ...


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Per EW.com Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will be introducing Ghost Rider in season 4 as part of a new shift in the Marvel Universe, according to executive producers Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen. As EW earlier revealed, True Detective star Gabriel Luna has been tapped to play Ghost Rider, a.k.a. Roberto “Robbie” Reyes. In the comics, Robbie is a high ...


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According to this A white coat or laboratory coat (often abbreviated to lab coat) is a knee-length overcoat/smock worn by professionals in the medical field or by those involved in laboratory work. The coat protects their street clothes and also serves as a simple uniform. The garment is made from white or light-colored cotton, linen, or cotton ...


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There are some small, Easter egg type links between Agents of SHIELD, Agent Carter and Daredevil - but in general, they follow seperate characters in different areas of the world, and even different time periods. Unless you REALLY need to know how every aspect of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is linked, then you won't be missing out on anything by watching ...


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I was under the impression that Coulsen was a LMD (Life Model Decoy). This is a plot device that has been used before in the comics (Nick Fury often turns out to be a LMD whenever he is defeated) and is even mentioned in Iron Man III: "You have reached the life model decoy of Tony Stark, please leave a message..." This would explain his ongoing memory ...


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The remainder of the movie makes it clear that he's talking about the Vice President. However, the VP is not Killian's boss, he's Killian's "patron". Killian is actually calling the shots, and the VP acting as a "puppet leader" on his behalf. You'll note that, when Rhodes tries to warn the White House that someone is going to try to abduct the president, he ...


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To quote Clark Gregg (who plays Agent Coulson): What’s the deal with Tahiti. Tahiti’s a magical place. I keep saying that… it’s where I went to recover after being impaled and as I say in the pilot, it was a spectacular experience, I had a beautiful physical therapist and I read Travis McGee novels all day. But every time someone mentions it lately ...


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the MCU is an amalgamation of 616 universe and 1610 universe and the cap portrayed by chris gets his characteristic traits from 616 universe and his powers from 1610 universe, the evidences are, in the movie Captain America: The Winter Soldier: Right in the first scene after completing his jog, we see Falcon (presumably a peak human or at least above ...


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In the movie The Avengers, Agent Fury is seen receiving instructions and orders from The World Security Council. The World Security Council are an international organization whose stated aims are facilitating cooperation in international law, international security, economic development, social progress, human rights, and achievement of world peace. The ...


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Pulling from the The Comic Board Forum (and from IM3), we know that: December 31, 1999, Tony Stark learns about Extremis from Maya Hansen. October, 2006, Aldrich Killian injects himself with Extremis. February, 2008, Killian goes on to find new recruits (including Ellen Brandt, Chad Davis, Eric Savin, and Jack Taggert) to test Extremis on. Some of the ...


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To answer your question on the timeline of the Aos finale... the episodes 19-22 were considered to be occurring in a span of a day or two based on this interview with the showrunners... BELL | There are a couple things at play. They changed the film’s release date [to a week earlier]. And if you really look at the movie, an alien ship shows up in New York,...


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Five years is how long Daisy has been with SHIELD. He's saying that she should expect ever more bizarre things by now.


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Pulling from the The Comic Board Forum (and IM3 in movie references): December 31, 1999, Tony Stark learns about Extremis from Maya Hansen (Beginning of IM3) 2008, Tony Stark demonstrates the Jericho outside of Kabul, Afghanistan. (exact date unsure - Beginning of IM1) May 5, 2012, Battle of New York. (Avengers) December 27, 2012, With Stark's help, Potts' ...


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From what I gather from watching the first four episodes, so far, it seems that Coulson's death and return will be a part of the story arc for the show. It appears that Coulson did indeed die and was somehow brought back, possbly using alien (Asgardian, Chitauri, other) technology. Coulson himself believes he was near death and was sent to Tahiti to ...


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Having just re-watched Captain America: Winter Soldier, there is no on-screen evidence to show that Nick Fury was treated with GH-325 from what I saw. I am also dubious that Fury would treat himself with something that he knew caused a lot of problems to those that it was used on unless their mind was completely wiped. So unless they do some sort of retcon,...


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While it's true that Simmons says "all of them" when asked about the LMD's, the on-screen report is SLIGHTLY different. Notice that text on the display: S[?]Q TRL 922 MEMORY BUFFER - COMPILE ALL REPORT TOTALS: [4] LIFE MODEL DECOYS DETECTED The display is reporting the cumulative total of LMDs that went past the sensor - not the number of LMDS on the ...


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Because GH-325 wasn't inside the Kree...it was derived from the blood...which is not the same thing. The Kree dies because even though he probably healed rapidly (as we later see) it doesn't mean he couldn't be killed. If the damage is severe enough even Kree can be killed. Whilst Coulson was killed, the GH-325 was only one of several treatments he was ...


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The S.H.I.E.L.D team had been together a long time, all the way through the first season. During that time, Ward had risked his life for different members of the team on multiple occasions. This included throwing himself out of a plane, and killing the Hydra agents when him and Skye were hidden in the closet together. At this point, I'm guessing everyone ...


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The single greatest feat of strength seen by Steve Rogers in the MCU movies was in Age of Ultron. In the siege of the Hydra base, Cap is seen flipping his motorcycle (a 2012 Harley-Davidson Softail Slim or a Harley-Davidson Street 750) over his head, into a Military grade Humvee. Dry standing weight of these bikes are in the 600+ lbs range. That's not ...


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Further to Paulster's great answer - considering the next episode of Agents of SHIELD takes place immediately after the events of Thor: The Dark World, and will not only be referencing it but will also incorporate a possible piece of Asgardian (or other realm) technology, I believe the AoS storyline is running concurrent to the Marvel cinematic universe. ...


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Currently Marvel doesn't have rights for X-men, Spider-man and Fantastic Four (or might be few more guys). So in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, they can't mention any mutant (X-men) till they got permission from Fox, which doesn't seems possible for now as Fox isn't going to share the mutants with Marvel. With one exception that Marvel has rights to a few ...


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We don't know if AIDA has read the whole book, we certainly don't see her finish it nor is their dialogue to that effect... ...even your source is clear on that. We have no idea if she read the whole book or just some of it, but SHE knows way more than she needed to bring people back. Certainly, she could download what she has but there's no indication ...


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As per this link, Jeph Loeb, Marvel's head of TV, and thus the man responsible for the content of the Netflix shows, Agents of SHIELD, Cloak And Dagger, etc etc has confirmed that "almost all of" the TV shows are pre-snap. This was answered during a Reddit AMA and is because of the different schedules of production etc For the most part our stories will ...


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At a certain point in the first season of the show, it was revealed that Coulson died for a lot longer than the number of seconds he was led to believe he died for. He actually underwent an experimental procedure named Project T.A.H.I.T.I, which was designed to resurrect a member of the Avengers in the event of their death using the blood of an alien from ...


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The simple answer is YES. Very easily this is proven in The Avengers, while on board the flying boat, Captain goes in search of evidence of SHIELD's misuse of the Teseract and finds a closed door. At this instance, we see (or rather hear) Captain open the door forcibly using only arm strength to do so. This is only one such proof of super human strength in ...


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The markings highlight the location of the air-to-air refueling receptacle on aircraft that use the "boom and receptacle" system of air refueling. In this system (used primarily by the Air Force among the US services), the receiving aircraft flies within the reach of the refueling boom, and the tanker aircraft then guides the boom to the receiver to plug in ...


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Exactly, the mask was damaged in fight, and something as micro chips are fused to her face, and now she can't take the mask off, without get hurt.


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Out-of-universe, "it seemed like the actors were leaving the show and the film crew just sort of smashed this scene together in a hurry and ran with it" is exactly what happened. Those two actors were being considered as leads for a spin-off series focusing on just themselves as former agents of SHIELD, so they were written off the show in time for that spin-...


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They're all reminders of Coulson's real life showing that, at some level the Framework hasn't taken complete hold since they all reflect things that jibe, at some level, with reality. As for the items listed. A doctor getting arrested This is a reference to Calvin Zabo/Johnson ("Mr Hyde"), Daisy's father who, after having his memories adjusted became a ...


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