Quake is getting a new look for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 6. Chloe Bennet gave fans a peek of her rocking Quake's new costume. That is not the only change Daisy Johnson will have; she's a blonde now. See Quake's outfit and Bennet's new hairstyle for yourself below:
You may have a noticed a few new things about the fan favorite character. To start, Quake's rebooted costume has an additional punch of color to it, thanks to some purple embellishments near the neckline running down the front sides. The violet pops can also be seen below the waist. Chloe Bennet's new hairstyle replete with purple highlights works fantastically opposite Quake's new costume.
Her hair works as an extension of Quake's outfit, which is pretty neat. Instead of being a standalone look, her hair is contributing to it. Also, worth noting is the intense forearm armor. All of which looks super fierce.
Quake's fresh look comes as fans are anxiously awaiting Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s return. Fans are enduring a particularly arduous wait for the sixth season. It is not set to arrive until the summer of next year. In the meantime, fans have been able to enjoy Quake in Disney Channel's Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors. Chloe Bennet also voiced the character in the movie.
The animated character's costume shares a lot in common with the rebooted version of her live-action counterpart's. There were more purple accents in the animated version's, in comparison to Quake's outfit in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D's fifth season. Another difference is the character's hairstyles. In the cartoon, Quake's hair is dark and short with purple highlights framing her face. Chloe Bennet's hair is blonde with softer highlights.
There have been other exciting developments in addition to Quake's costume. ABC has announced that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been renewed for a seventh season-- well before Season 6 could even premiere. How many episodes will Season 7 have? That was not confirmed. Although, it is expected to be the same as Season 6's, per Deadline. So, thirteen episodes.
There was a notable absence from the cast list in ABC's press release announcing the renewal. One of the original cast members is missing. None other than Agent Coulson's portrayer Clark Gregg.
Whether that means Agent Coulson is actually out of the picture remains to be seen. He is not only one of the series' original stars. Gregg's character is a significant conduit between the show and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Agent Coulson was introduced in the MCU, ten years ago via his debut in 2008's Iron Man. Time will tell how the series' handles Coulson's storyline.
For now, fans can rest easy knowing that the show will return for not just one but two more seasons. Given Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.'s history with renewals, this is a breath of fresh air for fans. They can now feel free to imbibe in the next season knowing that it will definitively not be its last.