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  • Matt Seay

    According to info from the directors of Phase Three films, this is how the events line up in the timeline after Civil War

    -Doctor Strange, One year after Civil War, 2017. The film takes plaace over the entire year

    -Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, 2 months after the first, Octover 2014

    -Spider-Man: Homecoming, Directly following Civil War

    -Thor: Ragnorack, Follows Doctor Strange, 2017

    -Black Panther, Follows Civil War, 2016 or 2017


    That is all I have gathered from the offical press statements about the films.

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  • Kreebee

    TV and Movie Crossovers

    November 23, 2016 by Kreebee

    I know everyone's heard this before, but don't you think there needs to be more crossovers between all aspects of the MCU? Like more than just movie-tv crossovers, it's so annoying that all the tv shows alone act separately and depict of places and people all completely apart from all the other shows/characters. It's kind of annoying, because in reality, when you have such a large government-subsidised organisation such as SHIELD tracking superpowered peoples, how on Earth could they not have encountered any of the heroes from New York? The whole idea behind SHIELD is that it deals with superpowered people, and yet they haven't even mentioned any of the Defenders. The show AOS literally takes place in all the cities APART FROM NEW YORK jus…

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  • Poeman88

    This is the outcome

    November 22, 2016 by Poeman88

    So, here we go... (SPOILERS) (READER BEWARE) The Marvel cinematic universe has been having us all wonder what is going to happen, where the last gem (the soul gem) is, and how Thanos will approach our heros. I'm here to end the thoughts and click baits on the web.

    So let's begin: With the upcoming movies and the information we have been told so far, we know of the upcoming movies that will lead us up to the Infinity War movie(s):  Thor: Ragnarok, Guardians of the Galazy 2 (GOTG2), Spiderman:Homecoming, Black Panther.... we all know this... But heres the analysis... we're not gong to see the soul gem appear in spiderman (let's be real). We're not going to see it appear in Black Panther (your better than to believe that). The other 2 and the …

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  • BEJT

    List of Canon Content

    November 21, 2016 by BEJT

    This blog post is under construction.


    Technically, only the films belong to phases. However, when labeling all other content as part of a phase, I just use the date on which the middle of the run time/middle page is set:

    • Phase One: Beginning of time-17th May 2012
    • Phase Two: 18th May 2012-24th January 2016
    • Phase Three: 25th January 2016-

    A list of all media (films, TV shows, web series, social media and comics) released which is considered canon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in US release date order.



    # Phase Live-Action # Content Type Series US Title UK Title US Release Date UK Release Date
    1 One 1 Film #1 Iron Man 1 Iron Man Friday 2nd May 2008
    2 2 Film #2
    The Incredible Hulk Friday 13th June 2008
    3 3 Film #3 Iron Man 2 Iron Man 2 Friday 7th May 2010 Friday 30th…






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  • BishoptheSingularity

    Doctor Strange was recently released in theaters to pretty awesome reviews. As the fourteenth installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the film presented audiences with a totally different side of the franchise that many have not been exposed to. Needless to say, amazing. However, even a great film like this can share familiar aspects to a true disappointment, like, say Martin Campbell's 2011 bomb, Green Lantern. Sure, both characters belong to totally separate studios and the intentions of the studios were to make a flick revolved solely around these personalities. Regardless, it's scary (and safe to say) that the features of both films are pretty similar.

    Backstories: Before becoming the characters representative of their eponymously t…

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  • Lover of the Muse
    Disclaimer: potential spoilers for every Marvel Movie

    This is a follow-up to my previous blog "why people think Marvel villains suck?". This blog is dedicated to examining the marvel movie villains who have only appeared in one movie and giving my judgements on these characters. I think a lot of these characters have been unfairly judged.

    I have a few criteria for judging villains. A good villain needs to:

    • be entertaining
    • feel like a threat: someone who could actual defeat the hero
    • have easy to understand motivations
      • motivations need to be made clear in the actual movie, if we need supplementary material like comics to understand their motivations that doesn't count.
    •  have clearly defined characteristics: they shouldn't be interchangable
    • have cons…
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  • Lover of the Muse

    A recurring criticism of the Marvel Movies is that the villains suck. I don't believe this is true but I have a theory as to why so people do.

    Most villains will be defeated permenantly in the movie that introduces them; the heroes meanwhile get to come back again and again: in sequals, crossover films, and in post credit scenes. This limits the amount of development the villains can recieve relative to the heroes. Combine this with the fact that the Marve Cinematic Universe has been going on for eight years and it's inevitable that a lot of villains will feel forgetable.

    Loki is an obvious exception to this rule and guess what he's the villain that a lot of people love the most. In fact I've heard him be singled out as an exception to the "…

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  • Marvelous 345678

    Order of Events

    November 12, 2016 by Marvelous 345678

    This is a list in order of the events seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


    • 2988 B.C.: First Battle of Svartalfheim
    • January 14, 965: Battle of Tønsberg
    • August 3, 965: Battle of Jotunheim

    • June 22, 1943: Assassination of Abraham Erskine
    • October 1943: Battle of Azzano
    • November 3, 1943: Liberation of Allied Prisoners of War

    • June 1944: Battle of Finow
    • June 6, 1944:

    • January 1945: Capture of Arnim Zola
    • March 4, 1945: Attack on HYDRA Headquarters
    • March 4, 1945: Battle in the Valkyrie
    • May 7, 1945: Attack on HYDRA Research Facility Number 4

    • April 25, 1946; Ambush at Colleen O'Brien's Apartment
    • April 26, 1946: Destruction of the Roxxon Refinery
    • May 6, 1946: Infiltration into the Red Room Academy
    • May 7, 1946: Ambush at the L&L Automat
    • May 7, 1946: Chase of Peggy Cart…





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  • Zombiehunter115

    Polls and Stuff 3.0

    November 9, 2016 by Zombiehunter115

    Yup



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  • Shabook

    Welcome to the "Real-World" Index

    An aspect that is often overlooked in the original comics is the concept of minor enemies. Visual media such as movies and television series, but especially, video games, need a series of minor enemies to challenge the protagonists, other than the established antagonists, who would be major and final challenges.

    Video games have played a part of the Marvel Universe in the latest years, and despite the video games set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe have never achieved the popularity of the movies they are based on, there are many Marvel videogames that have inspired and are inspired in return by the MCU.

    Based on these videogames, such as ', ' and especially, ', this is a list of the main groups of minor enem…

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  • Lover of the Muse

    So I recently learned that Kyle Richmond exists in the MCU. Here's an idea for what they could do with his character. I want Kyle Richmond aka Nighthawk to be a Heroism Addict


    Kyle was born into a wealthy family but he was also born with a heart defect that severely limited his stamina and strength. Throughout his life his physical limitations caused him to be bullied, pittied, or ignored. Kyle Richmond is one half loser and one half spoiled narcissist.

    Recently Kyle Richmond turned to IGH in desperation and after paying them a large amount of money they gave him a serum that would not only treat his heart but also give him a superhuman physical condition at night.


    Craving the attention and glory that comes with being a hero, Kyle Richmond cr…



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  • Hugues de Payens

    This is just a rough guess of how the Black Panther might involve the Soul Stone. 

    10,000 years ago, Wakanda was home to a collection of primitive human tribes. It was during this time a massive meteorite made of a sound and energy absorbing mineral, which would later be known as vibranium, crashed to Earth. One of the tribes, led by Bashenga, its mightiest warrior, decided to investigate, believing this to be a gift from the gods.

    When they reached the crater, they found that the material vibrated and decided it would be useful to forge into weapons. However, the radiation the meteorite gave off also had a side effect, turning some of the tribesmen into "Demon Spirits". Bashenga prayed to the Panther God to give him the strength to defeat t…

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  • Dr. Legendary

    MCU Theory

    October 24, 2016 by Dr. Legendary

    Peter Parker's parents were S.H.I.E.L.D. agents who either worked with giving people superpowers and gave themselves powers, passing the gene on to their son, or were close to uncovering HYDRA's presence within S.H.I.E.L.D., so HYDRA sent the Winter Soldier to assassinate them.

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  • Hugues de Payens

    I think Heimdall's gem is meant to represent Asgard. In Thor, Thor drew the Nine Realms. The Nine Realms were in the form of Yggdrasil, with Asgard at the top. In Thor: The Dark World, Heimdall's armor featured Yggdrasil, and the gem is in the location of where Asgard was shown on the map of the Nine Realms.

    Also, in Captain America: The First Avenger, the Yggdrasil design features Asgard at the top of the tree.

    So, I think the gem represents Asgard and it gives his armor a patriotic meaning.

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  • Lover of the Muse

    It's been a long time since we heard anything about "Damage Control", an ABC sitcom that's part of the MCU and follows people who clean up after superhero battles that was supposed to be part of the 2016-2017 TV season. A lot of people (myself included) are assuming that the show was cancelled before it's pilot was complete.

    It's possible that ABC thought Damage Control was too big of a risk. It was based on a fairly obscure marvel comic and wouldn't have had a huge built in fanbase. A lot of people are attracted to the idea of a story where the focus is on regular people living in a superhero universe, but NBC is producing their own show called Powerless with a very similar set up.

    It's also possible that either Marvel Studios or ABC simply…

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  • Spenpiano

    Janet McEntee

    October 15, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Janet McEntee was a young woman who lived in Los Angeles and a good friend of the Reyes brothers.


    To be added


    • Sister

    • Robbie Reyes
    • Gabe Reyes

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  • Spenpiano

    Ted Bailey

    October 15, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Ted Bailey was an agent who worked for S.H.I.E.L.D.. Married to Bea Bailey, he was the father of Billy Bailey. He was known to be a very well-known supporter to the Avengers since his wife and son, who both lived in New York, were saved by Captain America.


    • Unnamed Father
    • Unnamed Mother
    • Bea Bailey - Wife
    • Billy Bailey - Son

    • S.H.I.E.L.D.
      • Phil Coulson
    • Avengers

    • HYDRA
      • Grant Ward † - Partner turned Enemy

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  • Spenpiano

    Melissa Joan Gold

    October 14, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Melissa Joan Gold, also known as Songbird, was an Inhuman who gained the ability of Acoustikinesis, in which she can create powerful sonic blasts out of her mouth. She was once part of the Afterlife of Inhumans that were given their powers by Jiaying and Gordon Nobili until she decided to leave before the War against the Inhumans. However, during the Inhuman Outbreak, Melissa was among a number of Inhumans that were been hunted by the Advanced Threat Containment Unit and eventually the Watchdogs, but her life changed when she became affiliated with S.H.I.E.L.D. which was now led by Director Jeffrey Mace and became an active member of the reformed Secret Warriors.


    Born in New Jersey, Melissa Joan Gold became a troubled runaway from an alcohol…


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  • Spenpiano

    Drew Daniels

    October 13, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Drew Daniels was an Inhuman man from Texas.


    Born in Amarillo, Texas, Drew Daniels started his career as a farmer at a cattle ranch. During the Inhuman Outbreak, Drew had never learned of his Inhuman heritage until he later underwent Terrigenesis. Once he emerged from his cocoon, Drew learnt of his power and how he could create and generate small-sized tornadoes from his hands. Since he was having trouble controlling his powers and didn't know how to stop, he became a target of the Watchdogs, who were hunting Inhumans like him. His life was saved by Carlos Ayala, Abigail Brand, and group of S.H.I.E.L.D. agents that were sent by Director Jeffrey Mace to rescue him. Now a member of the Secret Warriors, Drew decided to call himself "Texas Twiste…


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  • Spenpiano

    Leticia Mason

    October 13, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Leticia Mason was a young woman who lived in Miami, Florida.


    After the power came back and was among those that listened to Jeffrey Mace's speech, Leticia sent a message to her friend Elena, apologizing and thanking her for saving everyone's life.


    • Maria - Friend
    • S.H.I.E.L.D. - Saviors
      • Phil Coulson
      • Alphonso Mackenzie
      • Leo Fitz
      • Elena Rodriguez

    • Watchdogs
      • Briggs

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  • Spenpiano

    Carlos Cardinale

    October 13, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Carlos Cardinale was a non-active Inhuman who was the son of Cecilia Cardinale and Russian diplomat Vassily.


    • Cecilia Cardinale - Mother
    • Vassily - Father

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  • Spenpiano

    Abigail Brand

    October 13, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Abigail Brand was an Inhuman who worked as agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s second incarnation after the HYDRA Uprising.


    Born to an Inhuman father an human mother, Abigail Brand had suddenly underwent through Terrigenesis which activated her powers. Having the Inhuman power ability to coat at least her hands in some type of blue energy flame, Abigail became a special agent of the second incarnation of S.H.I.E.L.D. following the HYDRA Uprising, and went on various missions in defending mankind from threats.


    As an Inhuman, Abigail Brand had the ability to coat at least her hands in flame that is potent enough to burn through most metals. She could change the flame in different colors, giving her enough control over her powers.


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  • Spenpiano

    Earl Angstrom

    October 13, 2016 by Spenpiano



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  • Spenpiano

    Abigail Boylen

    October 12, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Abigail Boylen, nicknamed Abby, was an Inhuman who lived in Illinois.


    Born in Illinois, Abigail Boylen came in contact with Jiaying and Gordon Nobili, who brought her into the Afterlife. During her life there, Abigail was chosen by her mentor to undergo Terrigenesis from one of the Terrigen Crystals. With her powers activated, Abigail in contact by summoning fog out of her hands. Using the fog to make her fly, Abby took on her codename "Cloud 9".

    At some point during the War against the Inhumans, Abby decided to leave the Afterlife and return home to Illinois to reunite with her family since she now had full control over her powers. However, when the Inhuman Outbreak became public, Abby was taking her new powers for a spin and used her abilit…


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  • Spenpiano

    Arnold Brown

    October 12, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Arnold Brown, also known as Imperial HYDRA, was one of the founders of the newly formed HYDRA Empire. Mentored by Gideon Malick, Arnold was known to be a colleague to Alexander Pierce.


    • HYDRA
      • Gideon Malick - Mentor
      • Alexander Pierce - Colleague
    • HYDRA Empire
      • Otto Vermis

    • Avengers
    • Advanced Threat Containment Unit
    • S.H.I.E.L.D.

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  • Spenpiano

    Carlos Carvalho

    October 12, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Carlos Carvalho was an Inhuman who underwent Terrigenesis after consuming a fish oil supplement contaminated with the Terrigen Mist which activated his powers. Given the ability to immense heat, Carlos was very loyal to HYDRA and worked with Gideon Malick, one of the last leaders of the long living society.


    • HYDRA
      • Gideon Malick
      • Ruther Giyera
    • Hive - Enthraller
    • HYDRA Empire
      • Arnold Brown

    • S.H.I.E.L.D.
    • Advanced Threat Containment Unit - Allies turned Enemies
      • Rosalind Price - Boss turned Enemy

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  • Spenpiano

    Edward Cobert

    October 11, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Edward Cobert was a former S.H.I.E.L.D. Academy graduate who went rogue after the HYDRA Uprising. Having Inhuman lineage in his genes, Edward had undergone Terrigenesis which activated his superhuman powers during the early days of the Inhuman Outbreak. Now having the ability to grow to giant-size, Edward had went on a rampage until he was apprehended and imprisoned by the Advanced Threat Containment Unit. However, he was soon freed by the HYDRA Empire and earned the name "Gargantua".


    • HYDRA Empire

    • S.H.I.E.L.D. - Allies turned Enemies
    • Advanced Threat Containment Unit

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  • Spenpiano

    Monica Chang

    October 11, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Monica Chang was an Inhuman who served as a chief of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Artificial Intelligence division.


    Having Inhuman lineage, Monica remained at a place called the "Afterlife" and was among those that were selected to undergo the process of Terrigenesis. After emerging from her cocoon, Monica's powers were activated and soon left the Afterlife with a number of Inhumans that refused to follow Jiaying's attempt to wage war on the Humans and S.H.I.E.L.D..

    At some point during the Inhuman Outbreak, Monica was recruited into S.H.I.E.L.D. by Jeffrey Mace, who became the organization's new director. Earning a promotion as chief of the Artificial Intelligence division, Monica also became a member of the reformed Secret Warriors.


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  • Spenpiano

    Roger Brokeridge

    October 11, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Roger Brokeridge was an Inhuman who was the younger brother of Paul Brokeridge.


    At some point after his brother Paul had returned home a year later and went through Terrigenesis which activated his powers, Roger learned that he had Inhuman genes as well, but had become jealous and angry over how this was affecting him. Trying to work up the courage to kill his brother, Roger discovered a couple of Terrigen Crystals that his brother had took from the Afterlife. Never knowing what it was, he accidently shattered it and underwent Terrigenesis. Once he emerged out of his cocoon, Roger gained the ability to create balls of fire from his hands and earned his title as "Hardball".


    During the Inhuman Outbreak, Roger had accidently caused a disurbance …



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  • Spenpiano

    Cecilia Cardinale

    October 10, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Cecilia Cardinale was a young Inhuman woman who formerly worked for HYDRA. Married to a Russian man named Vassily, who was assassinated by a HYDRA mercenary named Sergio Torres, Cecilia left the society and went on to become a model, raising her son Carlos.


    Born in Havana, Cuba, Cecilia Cardinale was an Inhuman and when she went through Terrigenesis after accidently smashing a Terrigen Crystal that was one of her father's antiques and had her powers activated. At some point, Cecilia joined the ancient society known as HYDRA and worked as a mercenary alongside her partner Sergio Torres.

    However, during a mission alone in Russia, Cecilia was given the task to elminate a Russian diplomat named Vassily, who posed a threat to HYDRA. Rather than ki…


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  • Spenpiano

    Dwight Stanford

    October 10, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Dwight Stanford was special trained security agent who worked for the second incarnation of S.H.I.E.L.D. during the time of the Inhuman Outbreak. He was almost turned into a Primitive when Hive's followers unleashed the Absolution Virus, but was saved by Fitz.


    • S.H.I.E.L.D. (Second Incarnation)
      • Phil Coulson - Director
      • Melinda May - Colleague
      • Alphonso Mackenzie - Colleague
      • Jemma Simmons - Colleague
      • Daisy Johnson - Colleague
      • Leo Fitz - Colleague and Savior

    • Hive
      • Primitives
        • Brady O'Brien - Colleague turned Enemy while under coercion

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  • Spenpiano

    Alizon Baunacha

    October 10, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Alizon Baunacha, codenamed Pyre, was an Inhuman who worked as an operative of HYDRA during the Inhuman Outbreak. After going through Terrigenesis, Alizon's abilities were unlocked and worked directly under Gideon Malick. While her partner Ruther Giyera head of security for Endotex Labs, Alizon assisted Gideon's mission to bring back a lost Inhuman named Hive from Maveth to Earth. However, she soon fell under Hive's control and became highly loyal to him. Although, after Hive was killed, Alizon was freed, but became a target to the Watchdogs. Avoiding their tail, she was among the Inhumans that were recruited into the HYDRA Empire led by Arnold Brown.


    • HYDRA
      • Gideon Malick
      • Ruther Giyera
    • Hive - Under Coercion
    • HYDRA Empire
      • Arnold Brown

    • Advanced Threat …


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  • Spenpiano

    Avery Allen

    October 10, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Avery Allen, also known as Avona, was an Inhuman who was once a member of the Afterlife Inhumans.



    At some point during the Inhuman Outbreak, Avery was among the Inhumans that were been targeted by Lash. However, Avery used her ability to increse her size and managed to elude him.


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  • Spenpiano

    Julia Eugenia Carpenter

    October 10, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Julia Eugenia Carpenter, also known as Madame Web, was a young woman who developed her


    The daughter of Walter and Elizabeth Cornwall, Julia Eugenia Carpenter was born and raised in Paris, France. After moving over to Los Angeles, California, Julia met and married her childhood friend Larry Carpenter and together they had a daughter named Rachel and a son.


    After gaining her powers, Julia came by the name "Madame Web" and was interested in joining the Avengers, a team of superheroes who fought against Ultron during the Ultron Offensive. She was hoping to meet Thor and Hawkeye, but discovered that the two had left the team.


    During the Avengers Civil War, Julia registered under the Sokovia Accords while her husband and kids rejected the idea. Desp…




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  • Lover of the Muse

    This is my idea for what a She-Hulk netflix series should be like.


    Jennifer Walter is an antisocial, sexually repressed, and by the book lawyer. She has a strong moral center but is also a pragmatist who operates by real world logic.

    Her father Sheriff Morris Walters was a corrupt cop and as a child Jennifer witnessed her father abuse his authority. Jennifer was attracted to comic books as a form of fantasy because she needed to escape into a world where the good guys could win.

    As Jennifer got older she decided that comics were something she needed to put behind her, she needed to grow up and learn to live in the real world. Unfortunately the world that Jennifer lives in happens to be the Marvel Cinematic Universe so her real world logic doe…


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  • Spenpiano

    Jennifer Susan Walters

    October 9, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Jennifer Susan Walters, also known as She-Hulk, was a young woman who worked as a lawyer for the Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway and was the maternal cousin of Bruce Banner, who became the "Hulk".


    The daughter of Morris and Elaine Walters, Jennifer was born in the year 1984 and raised in New York City. Unknown to her, she was also the cousin of Bruce Banner, who had become a fugitive to the United States Armed Forces under the command of Thaddeus Ross. After attending university and graduating where she gained her law degree, she began working as a lawyer in the Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg & Holliway.


    In 2012, Jennifer Walters was busy talking on the phone with her boss Mallory Book until she witnessed the arrival of the Chitauri invadin…



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  • Spenpiano

    Emily Guerrero

    October 8, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Emily Guerrero, also known as Synapse, was an Inhuman who worked as an assistant to Jeffrey Mace.


    Unbeknownst to her, Emily Guerrero lived in the New York City with her family, who had Inhuman lineages.


    At some point before the Inhuman Outbreak, Emily suddenly went through Terrigenesis, and once she emerged from her cocoon, she soon learned that she had the power to influence the minds of others. She was able to control her power and kept it a secret since she was worried on what the Advanced Threat Containment Unit was doing to Inhumans.


    Six months after the death of Hive, Emily was recruited into S.H.I.E.L.D. by its new director Jeffrey Mace, who revealed to her that he was an Inhuman like her. Becoming Mace's assistant, Emily enjoyed her ne…




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  • Spenpiano

    James Slade

    October 8, 2016 by Spenpiano


    Little Baby Bird |species = Inhuman |citizenship = Australian |gender = Male |age = 33 |DOB = 1982 |affiliation =

    • Hive (Formerly/Brainwashed)
    • Watchdogs
    • HYDRA Empire

    |tv series = Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (7 episodes) |actor = Axle Whitehead |status = Alive }}

    James Slade was an Inhuman who was taken to Afterlife under Jiaying's leadership, but was expelled from the community before undergoing Terrigenesis for trying to steal from its archives. After he finally gained his Inhuman powers with the intervention of Hive and Daisy Johnson, he started calling himself Hellfire.


    James Slade was born in Brisbane, Australia, eventually becoming a mercenary and a demolitions expert. Over the years, James was identified as an Inhuman descendant, and he was brought to…



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  • Spenpiano

    Hildegund

    October 8, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Hildegund was an Asgardian woman who was the wife of Volstagg, and the mother of Alaric, Arngrim, Einar, Gunnar, Hrolf, Leif, Rolfe, Svein, Sigfod, Thakrad, Flosi, Gudrun, Gunnhild, and Jargsa.


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  • Spenpiano

    Tess Black

    October 8, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Tess Black was a Human-Asgardian hybrid who was the daughter of a human mother and an Asgardian father. Living on Earth, Tess lived her life in New York City with her mother and had been unaware of her Asgard heritage.


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  • Spenpiano

    Astrid

    October 8, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Astrid was an Asgardian woman who worked as nurse.


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  • Spenpiano

    Nathan Taylor

    October 8, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Nathan Taylor, also known as Paris, was a crossbreed between a Human of Midgard and an Asgardian of Asgard. Living in Arizona with his human father, Nathan hadn't been aware of his Asgardian heritage.


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  • Hugues de Payens

    I just wanted to make a roster of who I think the 68 characters are in Avengers: Infinity War Parts 1 and 2 ( I know it's no longer named Part 2). I know they have said they are primarily focusing on the movie side of the universe, so I started by focusing on movie characters. Even when I added in the Black Order, I could not make the list without the TV side of the universe( which makes me happy, I want a TV/movie Crossover). 

    1. Iron Man
    2. Captain America
    3. Black Widow
    4. Hawkeye
    5. The Hulk
    6. Thor
    7. War Machine
    8. Vision
    9. Scarlet Witch
    10. Falcon
    11. Black Panther
    12. Ant Man
    13. Winter Soldier
    14. Spider Man
    15. Doctor Strange
    16. Wasp
    17. Captain Marvel
    18. Star Lord
    19. Gamora
    20. Rocket
    21. Groot
    22. Drax
    23. Mantis
    24. Yandu
    25. Nebula
    26. Nick Fury
    27. Maria Hill
    28. Sharon Carter
    29. Erik Selvig
    30. "Thunderbolt" Ross
    31. The Collector
    32. Nova Prime
    33. Rhomann Dey
    34. Odin
    35. Loki
    36. Fan…
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  • Spenpiano

    Harold Simmons

    October 4, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Harold Simmons was a former agent of the Advanced Threat Containment Unit in charge of hunting down and capturing Inhumans deemed to be a threat to the public.


    Along with his partner Luther Banks, Harold Simmons began his career in the United States Marines until he was discharged with cause. In the aftermath of the Battle of New York, Harold worked for an elite anti-alien task force known as the Advanced Threat Containment Unit, in which he and Banks worked with Rosalind Price.


    Following the Inhuman Outbreak, Harold Simmons served in Banks' unit in tracking down and capturing any Inhumans who appeared as a danger to the citizens. One of these incidents involved Joey Gutierrez, a man who gained the ability of melting metal. Harold was with Ba…



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  • Spenpiano

    Gordon Campbell

    October 4, 2016 by Spenpiano

    |affiliation = United States Air Force |tv series = Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
    *Love in the Time of HYDRA |actor = Scott Speiser |status = Deceased}} Gordon Campbell was a non-commissioned Staff Sergeant and Senior Airman of the United States Air Force.


    Gordon Campbell served in the United States Air Force base which was ran by Brigadier General Glenn Talbot. When Agent 33 approached the security desk disguised as Carla Talbot and told him she left her ID Card at home, he called Talbot's office and got clearance from Lieutenant Decker for her to enter the building.

    Agent 33 cut the surveillance feeds throughout the base just as Grant Ward entered the building and approached the security desk. This distraction allowed Ward to quickly kill Gordon and s…



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    Marcia Pearson

    October 4, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Marcia Pearson, nicknamed Marcy, was an employee who worked at the Stark Industries.


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    Steven Tyler

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    Steven Tyler was at one point a mechanic on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, and between the Battle of New York and the attempted rescue of Franklin Hall, he was promoted to the rank of field agent. Agent Steven Tyler was responsible for the transfer of Gravitonium to The Fridge, and the subsequent removal of the identification placard.


    ]] Steven worked for S.H.I.E.L.D. as a mechanic during the events before the Battle of New York. While performing maintenance on a Quinjet after the Attack on the Helicarrier, he was approached by Captain America, Black Widow, and Hawkeye. Steven initially told the trio that they were not authorized to use the Quinjet, to which Captain America replied "Son, just don't".


    After the Battle of New York, Steven became…




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    William Prince

    October 4, 2016 by Spenpiano

    William Prince is a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent recruited into Melinda May's new strike team.


    Before joining the second incarnation of S.H.I.E.L.D., William Prince once served in the United States Armed Forces. He decided to leave the army and join S.H.I.E.L.D. that no longer operated under the shadows.


    's Team]] S.H.I.E.L.D.'s new Director Jeffrey Mace assigned Agent Melinda May the task of creating, training and leading a specialist strike team. She recruited four Agents, including Prince. One day, May trained her team in martial arts in the Playground hangar. After she defeated her opponent, May asked her team what was his failed. William believed that it was not having anticipated one of May's movements, but Piper correctly guessed that the mistak…



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    Luke Jacobson

    October 4, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Luke Jacobson was a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent assigned to the Hub. During the HYDRA Uprising he worked with Agent Victoria Hand to maintain the security of the Hub against HYDRA. While transporting the HYDRA infiltrator, John Garrett also known as the Clairvoyant, he was murdered by HYDRA sleeper agent Grant Ward.


    When the HYDRA infiltration of S.H.I.E.L.D. was discovered, Agent Jacobson was one of five other agents that Victoria Hand knew was not a sleeper agent. Agent Jacobson was in the Hub when Hand gave the order to kill Coulson's Team and Agent John Garrett since she believed they were traitors.

    When Victoria Hand wanted to prove to Jemma Simmons that Phil Coulson was a HYDRA agent, she asked Agent Jacobson to list Coulson's "crimes" against S…


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    Jefferson Davis

    October 4, 2016 by Spenpiano

    Jefferson Davis, nicknamed Jeff, was a S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent.


    Agent Jefferson Davis was assigned to a team tasked with the assistance of Agents Leo Fitz and Jemma Simmons in investigating the StatiCorp facility in Batesville, Utah, following the destruction of the Particle Accelerator. After Fitz used the D.W.A.R.F.s to take readings from inside and uploaded the data, he ordered Davis to pack up the rest of the equipment and head back to the Bus.

    A few years later and six months after Hive's, Agent Davis joined S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Director's second incarnation of S.H.I.E.L.D.. He checked Yo-Yo Rodriguez's S.H.I.E.L.D. Watch as she entered Zephyr One. She asked how was his wife and Jefferson said she was growing bigger every day. Rodriguez told him th…


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