Marvel's agent of SHIELD
- TV show
- Current status
- In season
- Running date  19659003] 19.07.13
- Clark Gregg, Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet
We gave her a B +
This sheet now has its own background story, à la "What has Fitz done all the time?", Once out of the lighthouse. This time, the focus is on General Hale, which is very welcome because she has remained a mystery even though she has taken on the role of Big Bad.
It was teased and finally confirmed: Hale is a proven Hydra agent ("Hale" "Hydra" … understood?), Who was educated in a private private school in an underground facility for Hydra teens. In addition to the youthful Hale gives us this flashback also has a look at the teenager Jasper Sitwell (nice call!) And a young Wolfgang Von Strucker (who already behaves as if he would run the store). The biggest cameo came from our old villain Daniel Whitehall, who in his youth held a guest lecture on particle fusion technology to Hale's Hydra class. If he asks who has a good idea for a substance that can be fused with humans, only Hale has an interesting answer: she suggests going into space, the source of Tesseract, for any new substances that give them that Whitehall is impressed by her fight against SHIELD
but Hale's ambition and wisdom do not suit everyone. Strucker manipulates some of his lackeys to fight them in a weight room because it looks like the Hydra school has the same rough hierarchy as Slytherin House. Hale is doing well in the fight, but her punishment is not quite as good after graduation ̵
Years later, it's Ruby's turn to do the same Hydra training as her mother. It is not clear how Ruby came to life, but it is implied that she was genetically designed by Whitehall as the perfect vessel for the particle fusion machine, and that she was born and born of Hale. Ruby grows up in a world where Hydra flutters. His various S.H.I.E.L.D. Infiltrations have collapsed, their leaders are dead and their resources are exhausted. So Ruby feels confirmed against the demand to kill her dog. When her teacher touches her angrily, Hale shoots him – proving that she has a maternal instinct. When you cut off one head of Hydra, two more rise. Now Hale and Ruby are the only remaining heads.