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* CanonImmigrant: [[spoiler: This comic will show the 616 version of Grant Ward.]]

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* CanonImmigrant: [[spoiler: This comic will show introduces the 616 version of Grant Ward.]]


Set to launch Janury 2016, its initial arc, "The Coulson Protocols," will featuring the return of [[RememberTheNewGuy Coulson's former lover Lola]] ([[NotHisSled not his car]], [[AutoErotica mind you]]) and will see the team dealing with potential traitors.

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Set to launch Janury 2016, its Its initial arc, "The Coulson Protocols," will featuring features the return of [[RememberTheNewGuy Coulson's former lover Lola]] ([[NotHisSled not his car]], [[AutoErotica mind you]]) and will see sees the team dealing with potential traitors.
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'''''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.''''' is a 2016 comic book published by Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}}, intended as a replacement for Creator/MarkWaid's ''[[ComicBook/SHIELD2014 SHIELD]]'', which ran for twelve issues before being relaunched into this title.

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'''''Agents ''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.''''' '' is a 2016 comic book published by Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}}, intended as a replacement for Creator/MarkWaid's ''[[ComicBook/SHIELD2014 SHIELD]]'', which ran for twelve issues before being relaunched into this title.

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* FunWithAcronyms: Lola, Coulson's car, stands for '''L'''ow-'''O'''rbit '''L'''iftoff '''A'''utomobile.


* MythologyGag: Daisy has had a mild redesign to resemble Creator/ChloeBennet, her actress in the show (rather than Daisy's original inspiration, Creator/AngelinaJolie in ''Film/{{Hackers}}'') now sporting long hair and being less AmbiguouslyBrown (Chloe, and Daisy in the show, are both half-Asian). Ironically, prior to the comic starting Daisy in the show went through a make-over to look more like her comic counterpart by sporting shorter hair.

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Daisy has had a mild redesign to resemble Creator/ChloeBennet, her actress in the show (rather than Daisy's original inspiration, Creator/AngelinaJolie in ''Film/{{Hackers}}'') now sporting long hair and being less AmbiguouslyBrown (Chloe, and Daisy in the show, are both half-Asian). Ironically, prior to the comic starting Daisy in the show went through a make-over to look more like her comic counterpart by sporting shorter hair.hair.
** [[spoiler:"Unintended Consequences" isn't the first time Grant Ward has been shown killing Phil Coulson's love interest.]]


[[caption-width-right:350:Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. [[note]]From left to right: Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, Melinda May, Phil Coulson, ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}}, Deathlok, [[ComicBook/SecretWarriors Quake]].[[/note]] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. [[note]]From left to right: Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, Melinda May, Phil Coulson, ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}}, Deathlok, [[ComicBook/SecretWarriors Quake]].ComicBook/{{Quake}}.[[/note]] ]]


* WeNamedTheMonkeyJack: Coulson named his car "Lola" in reference to his ex.





Set to launch Janaury 2016, its initial arc, "The Coulson Protocols," will featuring the return of [[RememberTheNewGuy Coulson's former lover Lola]] ([[NotHisSled not his car]], [[AutoErotica mind you]]) and will see the team dealing with potential traitors.

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Set to launch Janaury Janury 2016, its initial arc, "The Coulson Protocols," will featuring the return of [[RememberTheNewGuy Coulson's former lover Lola]] ([[NotHisSled not his car]], [[AutoErotica mind you]]) and will see the team dealing with potential traitors.




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* WorkingWithTheEx: Coulson must work alongside Lola in the first arc.


'''''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.''''' is a 2016 comic book published by Creator/{{Marvel}}, intended as a replacement for Creator/MarkWaid's ''[[ComicBook/SHIELD2014 SHIELD]]'', which ran for twelve issues before being relaunched into this title.

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'''''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.''''' is a 2016 comic book published by Creator/{{Marvel}}, Creator/{{Marvel|Comics}}, intended as a replacement for Creator/MarkWaid's ''[[ComicBook/SHIELD2014 SHIELD]]'', which ran for twelve issues before being relaunched into this title.


* [[spoiler: CanonImmigrant: This comic will show the 616 version of Grant Ward.]]

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* [[spoiler: CanonImmigrant: [[spoiler: This comic will show the 616 version of Grant Ward.]]


* AdaptedOut: However, due to difficulties with continuity, Lance Hunter and Mack, who's comic counterparts are considerably different than their show counterparts, aren't slated to appear. Hunter ''will'' appear in Mockingbird's ongoing fulfilling the same role he did in the show, though.

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* AdaptedOut: However, due to difficulties with continuity, Lance Hunter and Mack, who's whose comic counterparts are considerably different than their show counterparts, aren't slated to appear. Hunter ''will'' appear in Mockingbird's ongoing fulfilling the same role he did in the show, though.


* [[spoiler: CanonImmigrant: This comic will show the 616 version of Grant Ward.]]



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Differentiating itself from its predecessor's {{anthology comic}} format, ''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'' promises to be more plot-based, introducing additional characters from the [[Series/AgentsOfSHIELD television series that inspired it]], specifically ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}}, [[ComicBook/SecretWarriors Quake]], and Deathlok.

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Differentiating itself from its predecessor's {{anthology comic}} format, ''Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'' promises to be more plot-based, introducing additional characters from the [[Series/AgentsOfSHIELD television series that inspired it]], specifically ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}}, [[ComicBook/SecretWarriors [[ComicBook/DaisyJohnson Quake]], and Deathlok.


* AscendedExtra: In two ways. The previous volume only featured Quake and Mockingbird in guest roles, the former appearing three times and the latter once, but now they're regular staples. Deathlok didn't appear at all, but was a reoccuring supporting figure in the show, but here he's one of the headlining characters (and is front and centre of the first issue's cover). Amusingly, this isn't even the ''[[LegacyCharacter same]]'' Deathlok, as the show used an original character and the comic is using the recently introduced Henry Hayes.

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* AscendedExtra: In two ways. The previous volume only featured Quake and Mockingbird in guest roles, the former appearing three times and the latter once, but now they're regular staples. Deathlok didn't appear at all, but was a reoccuring reccuring supporting figure in the show, but here he's one of the headlining characters (and is front and centre of the first issue's cover). Amusingly, this isn't even the ''[[LegacyCharacter same]]'' Deathlok, as the show used an original character and the comic is using the recently introduced Henry Hayes.



* MythologyGag: Daisy has had a mild redesign to resemble Chloe Bennet, her actress in the show, now sporting long hair and being AmbiguouslyBrown (Chloe, and Daisy in the show, are both half-Asian). Ironically, prior to the comic starting Daisy in the show went through a make-over to look more like her comic counterpart by sporting shorter hair.
* TheMole: Part of the pitch for the comic is dealing with internal threats, and the preview revealed a mole on the team in the form of [[spoiler: Fitz]].

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* MythologyGag: Daisy has had a mild redesign to resemble Chloe Bennet, Creator/ChloeBennet, her actress in the show, show (rather than Daisy's original inspiration, Creator/AngelinaJolie in ''Film/{{Hackers}}'') now sporting long hair and being less AmbiguouslyBrown (Chloe, and Daisy in the show, are both half-Asian). Ironically, prior to the comic starting Daisy in the show went through a make-over to look more like her comic counterpart by sporting shorter hair.
* TheMole: Part of the pitch for the comic is dealing with internal threats, and the preview revealed a mole on the team in the form of team, [[spoiler: who happens to be Fitz]].


[[caption-width-right:350:Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. [[note]]From left to right: Lep Fitz, Jemma Simmons, Melinda May, Phil Coulson, ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}}, Deathlok, [[ComicBook/SecretWarriors Quake]].[[/note]] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. [[note]]From left to right: Lep Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, Melinda May, Phil Coulson, ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}}, Deathlok, [[ComicBook/SecretWarriors Quake]].[[/note]] ]]

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