‘Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ “World’s End” Easter Eggs And Other References

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Coulson Daisy and Ghost Rider

This week was the finale of the stunning fourth season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. With Aida now a real life Inhuman, who had to deal with a wide range of human emotions (including rage), she decided to take Fitz’s rejection very personal and not only destroy S.H.I.E.L.D., but also try and make the real world the same hellish landscape that The Framework was. Mack, who opted to stay behind in The Framework to stay with his virtual daughter in the virtual world, was greeting by Yo-Yo who when in to save him. Our favorite Sprit of Vengeance makes his return to the show as well!

The season finale was a good way to close out the season as it completed the Ghost Rider, LMD, and Agents of Hydra arc while setting up the next season of the show. Tonight’s episode was interesting, engaging, and emotional. You can take a look at our review here.

Tonight’s episode, “World’s End” had a few Easter Eggs related to Marvel comics, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), and other things as well. Let’s take a look at a few of them. Click Next to continue….

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  • Jose Daniel Cruz Cazeñas

    The device the agents used on coulson and the others is similar to the sound paralysis used by obadiah in the first iron man movie

    • Oliver Green

      OMG.It’s true.

  • Axxell

    I was hoping that when Robbie Reyes started talking about having been to “HeII”, he might have dropped a few hints about ‘Hel’, from the future Thor: Ragnarok movie…Maybe he did, but until the movie, we don’t know…

    • ChrisSK311

      Probably far fetched, but….is the Darkhold how Hela acquires an Infinity Stone and destroys Asgard???

      • Axxell

        I don’t think Feige would give that much importance to an element from the TV shows…Would be a nice nod, though.

  • ChrisSK311

    I’m not so sure that was Prison 42. I’m thinking it’s more along the lines of introducing the agency S.W.O.R.D. into the MCU. For those unfamiliar with the Comics, essentially, they’re S.H.I.E.L.D. in outer space (in fact, in some iterations of the Comics, SWORD is a direct subsidiary of SHIELD). SWORD tends to deal primarily with extraterrestrial threats to Earth, like say….Thanos? The Kree and/or Inhumans? Howard the Duck? Okay, maybe not that last one.