‘Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ May Have Just Teased Another Member Of The ‘Secret Warriors’ Coming To The Series

Agents ManifoldDuring tonight’s episode of Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. there was an Easter egg that might hint at one of the next members of the Secret Warriors coming to the series. While investigating an Australian officials room, Bobbi comes across a safe where she finds a document regarding an Inhuman being tested on by their government. You might have thought nothing of it at first but there’s definitely something significant about the name being that the character has ties to the Secret Warriors already.


If the name doesn’t ring a bell, Eden Fesi is a character that was first introduced in issue number four of Jonathan Hickman’s Secret Warriors comic series. Fesi is a mutant teleporter whose mutation allows him to bend reality, folding and twisting space-time but it looks like the series is changing up his backstory a bit being that they can’t make him an “m word”.

While no means a confirmation that the character will be appearing on the series, it seems a tad odd that they’d put such focus on that document if not to tease the possibility of his live-action debut. Guess we’ll have to wait and see on this one. And even if not, a very cool Easter egg for fans of Hickman’s comic series. Sound off with your thoughts on the matter in the comments section below.

Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. airs Tuesday nights on ABC at 9/8c.

  • Tim Lydon

    Hopefully he shows up soon!

  • Juan Manuel Jané Vallejo


  • Larry

    I think this is more of a comics reference than the character actually showing up. Akin to the ‘Man-Thing’ scripted reference in season 1. If the character was to show up I would expect it would be more than a prop reference and a vague script reference by the writers. It seemed more like an Easter egg for comicbook fans to show the character does exist in the bigger MCU. Perhaps it’s a set up for a future character -perhaps it isn’t. I think we would had heard of an actor cast by now if he was showing up anytime soon.

    The bigger question I have is since Manifold is a mutant in the comics and now being classified Inhuman in the MCU. That list of ‘mutant’ characters that Fox Studios owns may not be as ‘mutant’ exclusive as I once thought. The Fox list might be more X-Men centric and not have EVERY mutant character listed. Just like Quake, perhaps Fox doesn’t own the ‘mutant’ characters covered under non-X-Men properties like Secret Warriors. Any non-X-Men ‘mutant’ character not listed specifically under the Fox license could be recreated by Marvel as Inhuman.

    • Shawn Micheal Madden

      Agree that it could just be an Easter egg but given the character’s ties to the SW & the season’s direction, it very well could be a bit more. Also, sometimes these castings slip under the eadar, so we’ll see. Something cool regardless.