joss whedon tries to explain the powers of Aida in a clip from the new episode of “Agents of SHIELD.”

Following the events of the past weeks, Aida has now become a powerful creature, having a collection of inhuman powers and strengths. It is difficult for the warriors to stop her from the evil mission. At the end of the new episode, there will be a fight between Aida and Hydra, but we don’t know who is going to be the winner.

To aid the agents in the fight, Robbie Reyes will return to the show. He hopes to defeat Aida in collaborations with Hydra. Marvel has released new posters and trailers for the finale, hinting at the continued tension between Simmons and Fitz.

A Marvel spokesperson explains how Aida acquires supernatural powers like Gordon and Lincoln. He says that Aida experiments with a lot of magic tricks, and has vast knowledge set.

‘Agents of SHIELD’

The fourth season of “Agents of SHIELD” concludes on May 16, 2017, with an episode titled “World’s End.” The series premieres on ABC and is one of the most famous television sitcoms to date. So far, the specifics of Aida’s body aren’t made clear, and we feel that the final episode has a lot of surprises in store.

This American series is developed by Joss Whedon, Maurissa Tancharoen, and Jed Whedon, based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. “Agents of SHIELD” shares continuity with the movies and other television shows of the franchise. It is financed by Marvel Television, Mutant Enemy, and ABC Studios, with Jeffrey Bell, Tancharoen, and Jed Whedon serving as showrunners.

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The series focuses on a warrior, Phil Coulson, who teams up with heroes of SHIELD to fight against the enemies. In May 2013, ABC picked up the series featuring Ming-Na Wen, Chloe Bennet, Brett Dalton, Elizabeth Henstridge, and Iain de Caestecker. John Hannah plays the supporting role in “Agents of SHIELD.”

The technical aspects

Glenn Hetrick Optic Nerve Studios creates the prosthetic makeup and costumes for the series, with Fuse FX serving as visual effects supervisor. A spin-off revolves around Blood and Palicki's characters named Lance and Bobbi. Betsy Heimann was the costume designer for the first two seasons.

Previously, he assisted on “The Avengers,” “Skyfall,” “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol,” and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.” For “Agents of SHIELD,” he has designed costumes that incorporate elements from the comic version of the characters.