Everything You Need To Know About Patriot, The New Director Of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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Patriot Agents of SHIELD

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D has returned for its fourth season, and with it comes a few new characters. Along with Robbie Reyes, a.k.a Ghost Rider, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D has a new Director in the form of Jeffrey Mace.

Casual viewers probably won’t think anything when they hear Mace’s name, but comic-savvy viewers may recognize it. Here are 10 things everyone should know about Jeffrey Mace, the newest Director of S.H.I.E.L.D!

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Adonis Gonzalez

Adonis Gonzalez

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  • Michał

    “Along with Gabriel Reyes, a.k.a Ghost Rider” Ech… Robbie Reyes is Ghost Rider and Gabriel is his younger and disabled brother. 😉

    • SAMURAI36

      LMAO, these writers are terrible.

  • Larry

    I know we lost track of what season a show is on and perhaps folks want to forget how AoS started but this season is its fourth -not third.

  • SAMURAI36

    Soooo, is this supposed to save AoShit? Somehow I doubt it.

    • Axxell

      This show doesn’t need to be saved…it’s not like they’re pulling Deathstroke AGAIN out of the desperation hat…

      • Matias Gagliardone

        I agree with you that the show doesn’t need saving but using Deathstroke is not out of desperation and I am greatful that they are making a movie version of Deathstroke, even though I liked him in Arrow because I couldn’t expect that much from that tv show I need to see a better version of him and that can only come from a movie

        • Axxell

          If using DS is not a desperation move, why is DC letting them do it (twice already) when DS is not an Arrow villain? He’s not even a Batman villain to begin with, either.

          But while AoS goes and tries to do something different, Arrow just goes and double dips on their most popular story. It’s obvious they’ve run out of ideas.

  • unpaidpundit

    It will be interesting to see whether the Agents of Shield Jeffrey Mace was actually born before WW II, and is extremely long lived. It would be an interesting link with the movies if the TV Mace had taken the role of Captain America while Steve Rogers was in suspended animation.