Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Alien Race Officially Revealed

In an interview with TV Guide, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. executive producer Jeffrey Bell has confirmed that the blue alien found in the Guest House is a member of the Kree race. The revelation will be made officially in the December 2 episode of the series, “Ye Who Enter Here.”

"Our people don't know anything about the Kree or that there's a planet full of them," Bell says. "What they do know is that the strange carvings created by Coulson after he was injected with the Kree serum are actually the map of a city, and they need to find that city before Hydra does. But where is it? Here or on another planet?"

As the prominent blue-skinned alien race of the Marvel Universe, fans have long suspected that the alien was Kree. Chloe Bennet, the actress who plays Skye, basically confirmed this as true in an interview last year, but later tried to back away from her statement.

The confirmation that the alien is Kree, and the Kree’s connection to the Inhumans in Marvel Comics, would seem to be pretty strong evidence that the city everyone on the series is looking for is the Inhuman’s home, Attilan, and that Skye herself is likely an Inhuman. Ronan the Accuser, the villain of Guardians of the Galaxy, was also a member of the Kree race.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., “Ye Who Enter Here,” will air December 2 on ABC.

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  1. the kree was mention in the avengers and the guardians of the galaxy thor 2 and the agents of shield so i guess the kree and a majour part in the avengers movies and also the kree is governed by a space war lord called thanos

  2. Marvel's first intention with Agents of SHIELD was to connect TV and movies, but that intention got kinda lost in the first season. Now it looks more connected thanks to all that Kree/Inhumans hints they are giving, I hope it goes on and that there are more connections with Marvel.It was something that I was complaining about since Agents of SHIELD first aired, the lack of Marvel. Now looks like there's more Marvel on this show. I'm stilçl hoping to see some more superheroes like Blade, The Punisher, Ghost Rider and Moon Knight, as well as more supervillains.

  3. Your a idoit! The Kree are governed by The Supreme Intelligence. Thanos has little to nothing to do with the Kree.

    • LocalMan
    • 46 Posts in 22 Months

    The first season of Agents of SHIELD's connection to the movie universe was NOT lost.  In fact, that's part of the reason some of the first season was disappointing . . . they had to wait for the big Hydra reveal in Captain America: The Winter Soldier before the show could turn around and get really good.  In the mean time, they had two episodes linked to Thor (including an appearance by Sif), appearances by Nick Fury and Maria Hill, and plenty of references to the MCU.Blade and Ghost Rider really don't fit the focus of the show.  Punisher might be more likely to make an appearance in the Netflix "street level" series with Daredevil, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones than on AoS.I'm glad to see them start to reveal the Kree, which will show the connection between Earth and the cosmic side of Marvel that we have only seen so far in Guardians of the Galaxy.

    • James
    • 23 Posts in 24 Months

    I mean, you want to call him an idiot, yet you can't even spell.  So I think you need to calm down.

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