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* BigBad: For Season 1. He's The mastermind behind the theft of Stark's inventions and the infiltration of the SSR.

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* BigBad: For Season 1. 1 of ''Agent Carter''. He's The mastermind behind the theft of Howard Stark's inventions and the infiltration of the SSR.



* EarlyBirdCameo: Although it takes place after ''Agent Carter'', [[Recap/AgentsOfSHIELDS2E3MakingFriendsAndInfluencingPeople early in Season 2]] of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', Daniel Whitehall makes reference to a Faustus technique while Agent 33 is subjected to her "reprogramming." Given Zola's recruitment of Fennhoff in the season finale's stinger, HYDRA likely learned the technique from Fennhoff (possibly operating under the assumed identity of Faustus).

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* EarlyBirdCameo: Although it takes place after ''Agent Carter'', [[Recap/AgentsOfSHIELDS2E3MakingFriendsAndInfluencingPeople early in Season 2]] of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', Daniel Whitehall makes reference to a Faustus technique while Agent 33 is subjected to her "reprogramming." Given Zola's recruitment of Fennhoff in the season finale's stinger, HYDRA likely learned developed the technique from Fennhoff (possibly operating under the assumed identity of Faustus).


!!!'''The Red Room'''

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!!!'''The !!'''The Red Room'''
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!!!1940s recruits



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!!!'''Leviathan'''

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!!!'''Leviathan'''
!!'''Leviathan'''


* AgeLift: In the comics, Yelena Belova is roughly a contemporary of Natasha Romanoff. Florence Pugh is 23 whereas Scarlett Johansson is 34.


An spy and assassin trained at the Red Room.

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An A spy and assassin trained at the Red Room.



An spy and assassin who has undergone Red Room training five times.

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An A spy and assassin who has undergone Red Room training five times.

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* ComicRelief: At least for the teaser trailer. Alexei is the only character who provides a moment of brevity in an otherwise pretty serious trailer, as his portly physique is made fun of twice in less than ten seconds.


A Soviet pilot with a shared past with Natasha Romanov.

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A Soviet pilot and former superhero with a shared past with Natasha Romanov.


* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: In-universe, he's a CaptainErsatz of Captain America, but on the Soviet side. The mask of his suit, shown in the film's poster, is quite similar to that of Cap, except its red instead of blue.
* FormerlyFit: His statement that his costume still fits as well as his friend’s “You got fat” comment implies he used to be in much better shape.

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* AlternateCompanyEquivalent: In-universe, he's a CaptainErsatz of Captain America, but on he was specifically created to serve as a superhero for the Soviet side. Union. The mask of his suit, shown in the film's poster, is quite similar to that of Cap, except its that it's red instead of blue.
* BadassBeard: He sports a pretty extensive, ragged one, and he's still strong enough to hold his own against Taskmaster.
* CaptainGeographic: He was the USSR's answer to Captain America. These days, however, he's largely been forgotten by the same state that made him a superhero.
* FormerlyFit: His statement that his costume still fits as well as his friend’s “You got fat” Melina's comment about him putting on weight implies he used to be in much better shape.



* UnexpectedCharacter: Continung this trend in the film, no one knew who she was playing when it was first announced she'd joined the cast. Rumors ranged from Carol Danvers all the way to the mysterious woman in the second trailer (despite that being {{Jossed}}). You can bet no one was expecting her to be Black Widow's teacher.

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* HuskyRusskie: StoutStrength and wearing Soviet Red in case he couldn't be a crystal clear example.


* ComicbookMoviesDontUseCodenames: Its unknown is her alias from the comics ("Iron Maiden") will be employed in the ''Black Widow'' film.

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!!!'''Appearances:''' ''Black Widow''

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!!!'''Appearances:''' ''Black Widow''
''Film/{{Black Widow|2020}}''



!!!'''Appearances:''' ''Film/BlackWidow2020''

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!!!'''Appearances:''' ''Film/BlackWidow2020''
''Film/{{Black Widow|2020}}''



!!!'''Appearances:''' ''Film/BlackWidow2020''

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!!!'''Appearances:''' ''Film/BlackWidow2020''
''Film/{{Black Widow|2020}}''

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* FormerlyFit: His statement that his costume still fits as well as his friend’s “You got fat” comment implies he used to be in much better shape.


* BeserkButton: People hating inhumans, this is what makes him kill Yuri Krupin, also Gideon Malick refers to Androvich as ‘having a temper’ and enquires ‘what set him off this time’, this implies he has many more berserk buttons.

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* BeserkButton: BerserkButton: People hating inhumans, this is what makes him kill Yuri Krupin, also Gideon Malick refers to Androvich as ‘having a temper’ and enquires ‘what set him off this time’, this implies he has many more berserk buttons.


!!!'''Portrayed By:''' David Harbour

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!!!'''Portrayed By:''' David HarbourCreator/DavidHarbour

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