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Agent 13 series

All we’re saying is that Sharon Carter conveniently wasn’t in Avengers: Infinity War and the Avengers-Guardians teams lost against Thanos. We’re not saying that Agent 13 would have stopped a universe-wide decimation by herself, but we’re saying she probably would’ve helped take down some Children of Thanos, helping to defeat Thanos and save us a lot of tissues and tears.

While dusting her character’s screentime may or may not have impacted the actual dustings in Infinity War, Sharon Carter is a vital character in the comics, yet writers haven’t implemented the full extent of persona in the MCU. However, her own show could rectify that, especially since Sharon has a backstory filled with plot.

Just in her career alone, she’s joined S.H.I.E.L.D., quit, rejoined, and them become the Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Then, she was one of the founding and leading members of the Femme Force. Apart from her heroic career, she’s also sort of died (it’s kind of a long story). Her narrative is filled with ample twist and turns for a mini-series and a leading spot in the foreseeable MCU film phases.

Aside from exploring how she became inspired to fight crime and join S.H.I.E.L.D. because of her aunt Peggy Carter, the Agent 13 series could showcase some of her missions during her time with S.H.I.E.L.D. These mission-based narratives could help supplement the plot in the MCU and covertly introduce new minor villains, but it can also develop her character in canon with the MCU films.