He is a S.H.I.E.L.D. specialist whose granddad was safeguarded in World War II by Captain America. Showing up in a few issues close by Cap, Klein helped the legend, Sharon Carter, and Dum Dugan quell the awful Cache, after which Klein had Cap meet his diminishing granddad so that the last could express gratitude toward him for sparing his life before at long last passing ceaselessly. There are really two Cameron Kleins in the MCU, the first showed up in Captain America: The Winter Soldier – where he was notably held at gunpoint by Brock Rumlow – before returning on board the Helicarrier in Avengers: Age of Ultron. The second showed up in “The Writing on the Wall,” a second season scene of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. that included the character as a previous S.H.I.E.L.D. specialists who had experienced Project T.A.H.I.T.I. to keep him from biting the dust, given another non-military personnel life as Hank Thompson. Quite just, Klein is an extremely minor character in the funnies, so it’s fantastically not entirely obvious him as the motivation – particularly when it’s in name just, as with Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’s. rendition – behind the two Kleins in MCU.
5. Fletcher Heggs
In the funnies, Iron Man miscreant Obadiah Stane shaped the Chessmen – a gathering of professional killers themed to different chess pieces – to attempt and take out his adversary. Heggs’ part in the gathering was the Knight, however his inability to murder Iron Man and ensuing imprisonment prompted the Bishop slaughtering him as discipline. Heggs shows up as one of Seagate Prison’s detainees in the Marvel One-Shot “All Hail the King,” where his adoration for Trevor Slattery’s Mandarin part persuaded him to keep Slattery safe consequently for the on-screen character “doing the voice” to enliven him. Chances are, you likely didn’t know the Knight’s genuine name, not to mention knew the name of the MCU’s variant of the character. Toss in the way that the comic character and his MCU elucidation have little in like manner and it’s really reasonable to not understand the association.