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For those of you who haven't seen the season 2 finale of Marvel's "Agents of SHIELD" you best not go any further, because things will be ruined for you.


So we learned throughout this season that Ward could not be trusted. Just when you thought that he might be on the path to redemption, he turns around and betrays absolutely everyone - again.

I am under the impression that he's not soulless , though. I still think he dropped Fitz and Simmons into the ocean the way he did because he knew they would get out. More proof of this is his relationship with Agent 33.

He ends up killing her because he mistakes her for Agent May, because you know, the whole face changing thing. So now with absolutely no one else he cares about, Ward is flying solo.

At the end of the episode he is trying to track down Hyrda, but all the heads have been cut, and aren't growing back any time soon. So Ward kills the messenger, literally, and grabs up a few new "crew" members.

Could it be the Wrecking Crew?

Wrecking Crew in Marvel Comics
Wrecking Crew in Marvel Comics

The Wrecking Crew, for those of you who don't know, are low level villains who usually do battle with people associated with the Avengers. So basically everyone.

Now Ward could take on the mantle of "The Wrecker" and lead the other three. So it will change the continuity a little bit.

In the comics, Wrecker is a former construction worker who is given powers by Loki. During an attempt to find a gamma bomb, a lighting strike hits Wrecker's crow bar, distributing his powers to the other three members of his crew. They all have super human strength, but are usually easily defeated by the Avengers or whoever they happen to be facing.

Villains on this level could be good for "Agents of SHIELD", because they could be minor threats, or a just a thorn in the side of the team.

However if they get ahold of some of Cal's gorilla testosterone cocktail, it might might things interesting.


What do you think? Would you like to see The Wrecking Crew on SHILED?


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