So far on the fourth season of Marvel’s “Agents of SHIELD,” we’ve seen Daisy Johnson battle it out and try to understand what’s going on with Ghost Rider. She’s been through a lot, and one of her biggest problems here is that she’s not Wolverine. She’s not going to be able to just heal herself in the blink of an eye and get back to doing what she does best.
With this in mind, we’re glad to have another tease for what will be coming up … but we’re rather sad to be reminded of just how much many of her recent actions are starting to cause her to lose steam. Speaking in a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Chloe Bennet made it clear that there could be some hard times ahead for her character:
“What we’re seeing this season is more physical than ever before. Pretty early on, it becomes incredibly limiting, the pain she’s going through. There’s a reason S.H.I.E.L.D. monitors people with powers and abilities, because they need to be. She’s basically overworking herself. She’s being incredibly reckless with her emotions, physically with her powers. It definitely takes a toll.”
The biggest thing that you do have to realize at present here is that while she may not admit it, Daisy does need the people of SHIELD for not just physical support, but also emotional support to get her prepared for some of these battles. Of course, there are certain people in the organization who also feel like they need her, but a part of the problem there is mostly just that she and others within SHIELD are far from being on the same page, and she is worried over everyone close to her falling into grave danger.
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