“A Life Spent” may be the cost of the SHIELD team’s survival as they get closer to the truth of their situation of living in space on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D: Case Files.
“A Life Spent” may be the cost of getting home.
Agents of SHIELD: Case Files #503: A Life Spent
The vicious Kree, Kasius needs Simmons to teach his new Inhuman how to use her new powers before the Lady Basha arrives. That’s a lot of pressure, but Jemma is good at calming people and showing them what they’re capable of. The nasty human boss, Grill is taking full advantage of his new SHIELD indentured servants. He’s working Coulson and the others hard. But agents always take any advantage they have, so they manage to get into space and investigating a mysterious rock that has transmissions coming from it. Daisy is busy by herself, trying to find her friend, but it looks like her new ally Deke may not be as reliable as she’d hoped. Jay and Josh quietly dig deeper with the help of shoe guy, because shoe guy knows all on this week’s of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Case Files.
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