Marvel fans aren’t happy with Agent Carter being ignored in Peggy’s Legends episode

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A new Peggy Carter-focused episode of Marvel’s series Legends has angered some fans — thanks to their refusal to accept Agent Carter as canon.

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What If…? to the audience Later in August, Captain Carter is introduced to the world, charting the history of Hayley Atwell’s character in the MCU.

Everything has been covered from The First Avenger to her reunion with Steve Rogers in Avengers: Endgame, and even the Agent Carter MCU ‘One-Shot’ in 2013. But nothing from the Agent Carter series, which ran for two seasons from 2015 to 2016. Is being displayed.


This, perhaps understandably, has caused some discontent among a vocal minority of fans. After all, it’s going to be a lot of pain to see Agent Carter and Agents of SHIELD combined into the MCU canon.

on Twitter, a fan said He couldn’t believe he “overlooked” his own show, while another pointed to disconnect Between showing Peggy’s iconic red hat from the show in the episode thumbnail but not showing footage from Agent Carter.

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This year alone has seen some canon-based confusion due to the introduction of Darkhold in WandaVision. The Darkhold, a magical tome filled with all kinds of nefarious spells, was first seen on Marvel television in Agents of SHIELD — but WandaVision overwritten it with a different origin story and look.

Of course, the multiverse is now “open” following Loki’s suggestion that Marvel can now comfortably slide any story into the MCU canon without any real leaps forward. Whether this will do the same for Agent Carter in the future remains to be seen, but for some fans, it’s not off to a promising start.

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