Marvel?s Agents of SHIELD Season 4 is less than a day from its premiere. Following the events of the previous season, it seems like the fight against inhumans is going to be inevitable. Plus, a new character is going to be added and will make the series more interesting.
First thing you need to know is that Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg) will no longer be the director of SHIELD. It can be recalled in Captain America: Civil War that the president of the agency wants all inhumans to abide by the accord and sign. But, Coulson did not support the decision as it will take away some of their rights.
Also, SHIELD is going to return as a legitimate government agency. Since they all think Coulson has already died, they will appoint a new director. This director is said to be so tight in implementing their rules, especially making the inhumans sign to conditions of the agency. As a result, a more intense fight between SHIELD and inhumans is expected to happen in the fourth season of the show.
However, the most-anticipated scene in Agents of SHIELD Season 4 is the debut of the Ghost Rider. He will be in the form of young Robbie Reyes (Gabriel Luna). The character is possessed by an evil spirit named Zarathos, similar to the original Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze.
But, unlike the original one, Reyes traded his motorcycle for a muscle car. So, fans can expect a car on fire whenever the character decides to avenge innocent blood. Ghost Rider?s addition to the characters is also interesting as it tackles supernatural entity for the first time in the show?s history.
How about you? What other things do you expect in Marvel?s Agents of SHIELD Season 4? Do you think Coulson will be back as the director of the agency? Or, will he remain ?dead? as he look for other inhumans? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
The fourth season will premiere Tuesday, September 20, at 10 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on ABC.