Clark Gregg Talks ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ Season Three And Its Connections To ‘Captain America: Civil War’

One of the big surprises at the season finale of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. was Mack saving Coulson from the Terrigen Mists by cutting off his hand. How’s that working out for Coulson? Not well, according to Clark Gregg, and apparently Civil War isn’t going to improve things.

Season three of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. just shot its first episode, and Comic Book Resources managed to get a little bit out of Gregg about how Captain America: Civil War plays into it. It looks like once again, Cap’s fights will have consequences:

…without knowing anything, it’s hard not to feel like we’re getting some hints of things that are similar to what goes on in Civil War, where some people think that people with powers are a good thing and others don’t. And that’s going to really divide people…I’m scared to see where this season is going to go, because I don’t see how it’s going to keep all the old alliances intact.

Oh, and, of course, his many, many new hands:

The thing about the Marvel Universe is, even if you don’t have a hand, you can rest assured, you’re going to get one… I do know that he starts off with a kind of prosthetic, and I have a feeling it’s not the last prosthetic you’ll see.

We consulted with our art department for a mockup of Coulson and his many powerful hands, and they sent back this:

The entire department has been sent to Detroit.

(Via Comic Book Resources)