Published: Fri, May 20, 2016
Economy | By Melissa Porter

'Agents of SHIELD' season 4 wishlist: New villains, crossovers, and more Bobbi

'Agents of SHIELD' season 4 wishlist: New villains, crossovers, and more Bobbi

As of now, the network has not yet announced an official release date for "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." season 4, but the series will likely return around late September of this year.

While the show has had Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders), and President Ellis (William Sadler) make appearances, reprising their movie roles, they all did so in SHIELD and government capacities. I had a really long talk with Dan Buckley from Marvel last week. All of her frustrations will turn her into a loner once more which could be hard to handle for the rest of the team in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

During a Q&A session at Wizard World Des Moines, she tackled the problem head on. Where's the Avengers?. People who make movies for Marvel, why don't you acknowledge what happens on our show? Why don't you guys go ask them that?

"Absolution"/"Ascension" - It's a showdown a season in the making as S.H.I.E.L.D. takes on Hive, and when his master plan is finally revealed, the team must spring into action.

She went even further to say, "T$3 hey don't seem to care!" Clark Gregg's Agent Coulson has been dead to the movies since 2012's The Avengers despite being revived in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. "So, I would love to do that, but they don't seem too keen on that idea". Supposedly, contact with fish oils could awaken in any person Inhuman superpowers, which would be a big deal for the Avengers. And majority were wondering, where are the Avengers? That fact has not gone unnoticed by the stars of Marvel's television series. "It's safe to say they were emotionally affected by it". While "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there has been a lot of confusion regarding how the franchise will connect it to the movie installments of the franchise. While the continuity occupies the same universe, the narrative relationship has always been top-down. Bennet's comments are a very harsh criticism of Marvel Comics.

While the series may get a bit darker, the time move won't actually help with the interconnection between the films and TV series. The promise of Marvel's Infinity War two-parters (final title TBD) means the proliferation of superheroes promises a massive team-up that could truly bring the pages of comics to life. Disney owns both Marvel and ABC.

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