There have been a whopping 10 episodes of Marvel's Agents of SHIELD, and so far we've seen a grand total of one Marvel supervillain. Even tossing in the Overkill Device from "The Hub", Marvel references have been sparse so far on the show. Show execs mentioned that they planned to make the second half of the season "more Marvel" in nature, and that might mean more villains.
Marvel revealed the episode synopsis for the twelfth episode of Agents of SHIELD, which will feature the return of Ian Quinn (from "The Asset", which featured Franklin Hall AKA Graviton). Also appearing in the episode is Donnie Gill aka Blizzard. Blizzard is a minor Iron Man villain with ice powers derived from his costume. While there's been three villains named Blizzard, Donald Gill is the best known of the three. He's often portrayed as a bit of a dunce in the comics, and has tried to reform several times. He was also recently revealed to be a member of the Inhumans during the recent Infinity event.
Anyways, Gill will debut in "Seeds", which will take place at the SHIELD Academy. "Seeds" will air on January 14th.
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