Agents of SHIELD Season 7
will include the return of more familiar Marvel characters besides Patton Oswalt’s Koenig and Enver Gjokaj’s Sousa.
Agents of SHIELD will incorporate progressively recognizable Marvel characters. After seven seasons, Marvel TV’s first demonstrate attached to the Marvel Cinematic Universe is finding some conclusion.
The last period of Agents of SHIELD will see LMD Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) and the remainder of SHIELD travel to different focuses so as to attempt to prevent the Chronicoms from keeping SHIELD from shaping. This story starts in 1931, yet other timeframes will be investigated as season 7 unfurls.
The time travel story of season 7 gives Agents of SHIELD another approach to remain new, just as the chance to return to minutes from the show’s past and that of the MCU motion pictures. In doing as such, the show gets the opportunity to remember different focuses in the MCU and bring back characters fans definitely know.
This started with the main scene of season 7 as Patton Oswalt played another Koenig and will proceed with later in the season when Agent Carter’s Enver Gjokaj returns as Daniel Sousa. Yet, they won’t be the main natural appearances to return.
Following the season 7 debut, the cast and group of Agents of SHIELD took part in a virtual visit on ABC’s YouTube channel about the show’s past and what fans can expect in the last season. During the conversation, the host of the meeting inquired as to whether fans will see progressively recognizable characters other than just Koenig and Sousa.
Arrangement co-maker and co-showrunner Jed Whedon gave the reaction fans needed to hear saying, “I feel that is a sure thing.”
Without unequivocally saying what other Marvel characters will show up in Agents of SHIELD season 7, Whedon’s reaction will leave fans pondering who could return. Despite the fact that the whole MCU library of characters is actually conceivable, the best wager is that different characters from the show’s past will be who Whedon is alluding to.
Brett Dalton could return as Grant Ward to bring the first cast back together once again. In the interim, Gabriel Luna’s Ghost Rider, Adrianne Palicki’s Mockingbird, or J. August Richard’s Deathlok are only a couple of the more striking characters who could show up once more.
There is likewise the likelihood that Agents of SHIELD could get a last appearance from somebody engaged with the MCU motion pictures. Early periods of Agents of SHIELD included different characters from the movies, yet that turned out to be less normal as Agents of SHIELD moved further away from the MCU coherence.
In any case, another appearance of Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury or Cobie Smulders’ Maria Hill would be invited. Maybe Hayley Atwell could even show up as Peggy Carter again and give ABC’s two Marvel shows an appropriate hybrid.
What’s more, as improbable as it might sound, presently that Kevin Feige is regulating the entirety of Marvel, there could be a little possibility that one of the MCU’s superheroes could even appear as a major aspect of season 7’s MCU tie-in. For the time being, fans will simply need to estimate about the potential outcomes of what characters Agents of SHIELD will bring back.