5 Ways “Agents Of Shield” Can Crossover With Netflix Marvel Universe.
3. Nelson And Murdock Law Office
In the recent episode of S.H.I.E.L.D., the organization was re-acquainted with the American public. It appears to be altogether conceivable, then, that at least one of SHIELD’s agents gets stuck in an unfortunate situation with the law. What’s more, when a “talented” employee of the government faces a tough situation, who better to handle the fragile circumstance than a lawyer with some extraordinary abilities of his own? Whether Daisy returns or Yo-Yo’s recent outing stands out as truly newsworthy, it would surely boost ratings if they were represented by Matt and Foggy.
Obviously, the ending of the second season of Marvel’s Daredevil makes that somewhat difficult. This is because the Nelson and Murdock practice is no more. Furthermore, Foggy evidently accepted a position with Jeri Hogarth’s firm. If getting Daredevil for some legal guidance appears like too enormous of a move for ABC, then they could just get legitimate counsel from Franklin Nelson and Jeri Hogarth. This would allow the tie-in to reach the common universe of both Daredevil and Jessica Jones.
4. Prodding Iron Fist or The Defenders
Instead of repeating the characters and stories that already exist inside the Netflix/Marvel Universe, maybe Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. could acquaint fans with a forthcoming Netflix series. The initial three seasons of S.H.I.E.L.D. finished in May, and there’s no reason to think Season 4 won’t do the same. With Marvel’s Iron Fist set to make a big appearance through Netflix on March 17, 2017, it is simple to bring in Finn Jones for an episode to prod his role as Danny Rand/Iron Fist.
Then again, perhaps Colleen Wing can stop by to train some of the new SHIELD recruits. Alternately, as the fourth season draws to an end, it doesn’t appear to be unthinkable for SHIELD to explore hearsays about a group from New York called The Defenders and a maverick character calling himself The Punisher. In this manner, they would be prodding the other two Netflix series officially planned for 2017.