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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. only closed out its seven-season run a few weeks ago, but fans are already missing the show, especially its fun collection of characters. One of the characters they would probably most love to see more of is Daisy Johnson a.k.a. Quake. Chloe Bennet’s seismic superhero dazzled fans not only through her Inhuman abilities but through her humor and heart as well. Neither Marvel Studios nor ABC have announced any future plans for Johnson, but one fan has taken the initiative and created an awesome trailer for a Quake spinoff series.
The Quake trailer may not be real, but this fan managed to perfectly capture the hero and her journey by incorporating clips from various seasons of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. They even took the initiative to create a cool logo. Check out the fan-made trailer for yourself down below:
Now, if this doesn’t make you want a Quake TV series, then I don’t know what will! The nearly 90-second trailer manages to capture everything we love about the character and covey the necessary emotional heft that’s been present throughout her story.
Daisy Johnson was first introduced in the pilot as Skye, a superhero-obsessed hacktivist living in a van. Her activities eventually attracted the attention of Phil Coulson, who would recruit her for his new covert team. Skye more than proved her merit as an agent early on but, in the second season, her story would take a significant turn when she underwent Terrigenesis and gained seismic abilities. The season also introduced her parents and revealed her true birth name of Daisy Johnson.
After gaining powers, Daisy took on the codename Quake, using her powers to assist Coulson’s team. In the final season, Daisy was instrumental in helping the team prevent the Chronicoms from destroying Earth. In the process, she also met and started a relationship with Agent Carter’s Daniel Sousa and learned that she had a half-sister who died before Daisy’s parents even met. The closing moments of the series finale revealed that Daisy is currently exploring space with Sousa and sister Kora (who was brought over to the main timeline) on the Zephyr Three.
Creating a Quake show would make plenty of sense, especially given the character’s popularity among fans. And with Marvel Studios now making a push to create TV content for Disney+, such a project could be a welcome addition to the studio’s slate.
Regardless of how things pan out, fans still have over a hundred episodes worth of Skye/Daisy/Quake action to revisit. Still, it would be nice if this trailer enticed Marvel to put some kind of spinoff into development.