Take a Brief Look at the History of LMDs!

***Warning: The following contains spoilers from the Winter Finale of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.”***

Last night’s winter finale of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” proves we’re in full Life Model Decoy territory with the revelation that Agent May is a Life Model Decoy! Or rather Aida had kidnapped the real Agent May for reasons unknown. Find out Agent May’s fate, and Aida’s newfound purpose, when the series returns January 10 at 10:00 PM ET on ABC!

Doctor Radcliffe’s greatest achievement, Aida, only scratches the surface of Life Model Decoys. If it looks like you, sounds like you, and acts like you, it must be you, right? Not necessarily. Agent Mackenzie has valid reasons to fear robots and androids. Nearly indistinguishable from the real deals, they’ve fostered amazement as well as outrage over the years. Here’s a brief look into the history of LMDs in the comics and the notable people they’ve also imitated.

ALWAYS AMONG US

LMD technology first came to light through a covert mission by Nick Fury before the modern Heroic Age. Fury and his brother Jake discovered that people could be copied as far back as the Renaissance, and later that S.H.I.E.L.D. would reverse-engineer it for their own purposes. Sadly, an LMD of Jake became the villainous Scorpio, a major thorn in Nick’s side.

Check out: SECRET WARRIORS #26 

Secret Warriors (2008) #26

Secret Warriors (2008) #26

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FAUX FURYS

Nick Fury’s one of the most well-known sources for LMDs. The first batch launched on the day he TOOK OVER S.H.I.E.L.D. and for years he utilized the androids to fool both his enemies and his friends. Later, Director Maria Hill made use of LMDs, and Nick’s best friend Dum Dum Dugan achieved a kind of immortality through a series of them.

Check out: STRANGE TALES #135, ORIGINAL SIN #5-8, MIGHTY AVENGERS #18, HOWLING COMMANDOS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 

Strange Tales (1951) #135

Strange Tales (1951) #135

  • Published: August 10, 1965
  • Added to Marvel Unlimited: November 13, 2007
  • Penciller: Jack Kirby
  • Cover Artist: Jack Kirby
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HOAX HULKS

Genius scientist Bruce Banner dabbled in LMDs to aid the Red Hulk on his missions after General “Thunderbolt” Ross used one as an alibi while he operated as the crimson creature. An LMD of Banner’s longtime rival Major Glenn Talbot reached a state of consciousness high enough to fool himself into believing his own reality as the technology continued to be refined.

Check out: HULK #23, 2937, INCREDIBLE HULK #600 

Incredible Hulks (2009) #600

Incredible Hulks (2009) #600

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ALTERNATE AVENGERS

Some of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes found themselves involved in LMD experiments, most notably Captain America. S.H.I.E.L.D. once planted a Steve Rogers unit to catch a sniper, and later Cap battled an LMD of himself created by a Far East communist nation. Still later, Doctor Don Blake used a Thor LMD to fool crooks while he operated on a dying Captain America.

Check out: TALES OF SUSPENSE #96, CAPTAIN AMERICA #106, AVENGERS #146 

Tales of Suspense (1959) #96

Tales of Suspense (1959) #96

  • Published: December 10, 1967
  • Added to Marvel Unlimited: April 28, 2007
  • Penciller: Jack Kirby
  • Cover Artist: Jack Kirby
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SUBSTITUTE STARKS 

If anyone’s employed more LMDs of themselves then Nick Fury, it must be Tony Stark. Through the years, Stark’s advanced the technology to such a degree that LMDs now operate with almost zero friction with humanity, while utilizing the androids for personal safety in and around his missions as Iron Man.

Check out: IRON MAN #17, 1112, 109112 

Iron Man (1968) #17

Iron Man (1968) #17

  • Published: September 10, 1969
  • Added to Marvel Unlimited: April 29, 2013
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T'Challa and Okoye work together to save Shuri from Klaue!

A new “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” short is here and fans can watch now via Marvel HQ!

Watch the video above to see “The Maze of Tal-Recs.” To rescue his sister Shuri from the villainous Klaue, Black Panther teams up with his faithful bodyguard, Okoye, to tackle Wakanda’s dangerous Maze of Tal-Recs.

“The Maze of Tal-Recs” is the third of five “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” shorts being made available via Marvel HQ. All five shorts will then debut as a compilation special on Sunday, June 3 (11:00 a.m., EDT) on Disney XD.

In “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” we see that being the King of Wakanda is tough — especially when you’re also the Black Panther! When Thanos arrives from outer space and threatens to destroy Earth, the Black Panther leaps into action and defeats him with the help of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. But the situation only gets worse when rogue villains Killmonger and Klaue team up with the Mad Titan to take the fight to Black Panther’s homeland! Can the Panther pounce on their perilous plan before Wakanda is pulverized?

“LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” stars James Mathis III (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble”) as T’Challa/Black Panther, Keston John (“Bosch”) as Killmonger, Daisy Lightfoot (“Horizon: Zero Dawn”) as Shuri, Yvette Nicole Brown (“Community”) as Okoye, Trevor Devall (“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy”) as Klaue, Mick Wingert (“Kung Fu Panda” ) as Iron Man, Travis Willingham (“Sonic Boom”) as Thor, Roger Craig Smith (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” ) as Captain America, Laura Bailey (“Marvel’s Spider-Man”) as Black Widow, Fred Tatasciore (“Family Guy”) as Hulk, Liam O’Brien (“Critical Role”) as Doctor Strange, and Issac C. Singleton Jr. (“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy”) as Thanos.

“Lego Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” is directed by Michael Black; written by Mark Hoffmeier; executive produced by Jason Cosler, Robert May, Jill Wilfert, Dan Buckley, Joe Quesada and Cort Lane; co-executive produced by Stan Lee; and supervising produced by Kalia Cheng Ramirez. Animation services provided by Pure Imagination Studios.

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Spidey swings back with one-hour premiere on Monday, June 18th at 6:30 p.m. EDT on Disney XD.

Spider-Man will be back soon in new animated adventures when “Marvel’s Spider-Man” Season 2 debuts with a one-hour premiere, featuring back-to-back episodes, on Monday, June 18th at 6:30 p.m. EDT on Disney XD, DisneyNOW and Disney XD VOD!

Following the premiere, new episodes will debut every Monday through August. Season 2 will feature Spidey facing off against new heroes and villains, with guest roles voiced by the likes of Sofia Carson (Disney’s “Descendants”), Booboo Stewart (Disney’s “Descendants”), Nathaniel Potvin (“MECH-X4”), NASCAR racer Ryan Blaney and social media sensation Teala Dunn.

The second season finds Peter Parker in his sophomore year, as he’s no longer an inexperienced new super hero, nor a brand new student at the intimidating Horizon High. However, his foes are also no longer inexperienced and his ever-growing rogue’s gallery is focused on taking Spider-Man down. Picking up where Season 1 left off, the stakes are much higher in Peter’s personal life and Spider-Man’s super hero life. He also must learn how to balance working at the Daily Bugle to afford tuition at the prestigious Horizon High while surviving Doc Ock’s series of obstacles in an attempt to get rid of Spider-Man once and for all.

Marvel’s Spider-Man” voice cast includes Robbie Daymond (“Bread Winners,” “Get Blake”) as Spider-Man, Scott Menville (“Teen Titans,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”) as Doctor Octopus, Nadji Jeter (“Jessie,” “Kirby Buckets”) as Miles Morales, Melanie Minichino (“Blaze and the Monster Machine,” “Mr. Peabody and Sherman”) as Anya Corazon, Laura Bailey (“DragonBall Z,” “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble”) as Gwen Stacy, Max Mittleman (“One-Punch Man,” “Transformers: Robots in Disguise”) as Harry Osborn, Fred Tatasciore (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble,” “Marvel’s Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.”) as Max Modell, Nancy Linari (“The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest,” “The Addams Family”) as Aunt May, Patton Oswalt (“Ratatouille,” “Pickle and Peanut”) as Uncle Ben, Alastair Duncan (“The Batman,” “Final Fantasy XIV”) as Vulture and Bob Joles (“SpongeBob SquarePants,” “Puss in Boots”) as the short-tempered boss of The Daily Bugle, J. Jonah Jameson.

The creative team includes executive producers Alan Fine (“Marvel’s The Avengers”), Joe Quesada (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble”), Dan Buckley (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble”), Cort Lane (“Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man”) and Eric Radomski (“Spawn,” “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble”); co-executive producers Stan Lee (“Spider-Man”) and Marsha Griffin (“Transformers Prime”); supervising producers Kari Rosenberg (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble”) and Kevin Burke & Chris “Doc” Wyatt (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble,” “Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man”); consulting producer Dan Slott (“Spider-Man: Big Time,” “The Superior Spider-Man”); and supervising directors Philip Pignotti (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble”) and Dan Duncan (Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy).

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See a preview for 'Chapter 16,' airing tonight -- Tuesday, May 22 -- at 10:00pm ET/PT on FX!

Last week on ‘Legion,’ David (Dan Stevens) told Farouk (Navid Negahban) he refused to help him find his human body – even as Farouk met with the future version of Syd (Rachel Keller) and discovered why exactly she wanted David to help him in the first place.

In Tuesday night’s new episode, “Chapter 16,” the story continues, as the path forward is revealed. You can check out a preview at the top of the page and photos from the episode in the gallery below!

Written by Noah Hawley & Jordan Crair, and directed by Jeremy Webb, “Legion” – “Chapter 16” airs Tuesday, May 22 at 10:00pm ET/PT on FX.

For more on “Legion,” watch a new interview with Dan Stevens below from Earth’s Mightiest Show!

You can follow “Legion” on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

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Watch 'Something Strange' now via Marvel HQ!

A new “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” short is here and fans can watch now via Marvel HQ!

Watch the video above to see “Something Strange,” as Killmonger catches Black Panther by surprise, and their fight leads them to Doctor Strange’s Sanctum Sanctorum.

“Something Strange” is the second of five “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” shorts being made available via Marvel HQ. All five shorts will then debut as a compilation special on Sunday, June 3 (11:00 a.m., EDT) on Disney XD.

In “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” we see that being the King of Wakanda is tough — especially when you’re also the Black Panther! When Thanos arrives from outer space and threatens to destroy Earth, the Black Panther leaps into action and defeats him with the help of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. But the situation only gets worse when rogue villains Killmonger and Klaue team up with the Mad Titan to take the fight to Black Panther’s homeland! Can the Panther pounce on their perilous plan before Wakanda is pulverized?

“LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” stars James Mathis III (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble”) as T’Challa/Black Panther, Keston John (“Bosch”) as Killmonger, Daisy Lightfoot (“Horizon: Zero Dawn”) as Shuri, Yvette Nicole Brown (“Community”) as Okoye, Trevor Devall (“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy”) as Klaue, Mick Wingert (“Kung Fu Panda” ) as Iron Man, Travis Willingham (“Sonic Boom”) as Thor, Roger Craig Smith (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” ) as Captain America, Laura Bailey (“Marvel’s Spider-Man”) as Black Widow, Fred Tatasciore (“Family Guy”) as Hulk, Liam O’Brien (“Critical Role”) as Doctor Strange, and Issac C. Singleton Jr. (“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy”) as Thanos.

“Lego Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” is directed by Michael Black; written by Mark Hoffmeier; executive produced by Jason Cosler, Robert May, Jill Wilfert, Dan Buckley, Joe Quesada and Cort Lane; co-executive produced by Stan Lee; and supervising produced by Kalia Cheng Ramirez. Animation services provided by Pure Imagination Studios.

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See a preview for a new episode airing tonight -- Tuesday, May 15 -- at 10:00pm ET/PT on FX!

Last week on “Legion,” we saw several different lives David Haller (Dan Stevens) could have led, along with more of the events that led to him first going to Summerland, setting into motion everything that’s occurred since on the series.

In Tuesday night’s new episode, “Chapter 15,” the story continues, as a delusion starts like any other idea … But ends in disaster. You can check out a preview at the top of the page and photos from the episode in the gallery below!

Written by Noah Hawley & Nathaniel Halpern, and directed by Charlie McDowell, “Legion” – “Chapter 15” airs Tuesday, May 15 at 10:00pm ET/PT on FX.

You can follow “Legion” on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.

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Our agents return for another season!

Good news, Agents—our heroes will return for a sixth season!

ABC officially announced today that “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” will return for Season 6, continuing the adventures of your favorite agents.

Don’t miss the Season 5 finale this Friday at 9:00 PM ET on ABC. Coulson’s life or death is the challenge the team finds themselves in, as the wrong decision will cause the destruction of Earth!

For more information on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” visit ABC.com, follow @AgentsofSHIELD on Twitter, and like “Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.”on Facebook for all the latest news and updates!

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There will be five shorts in total on Marvel HQ, along with a Disney XD compilation special.

The first “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” short is here and fans can watch now via Marvel HQ!

Watch the video above to see the story begin in “Speeches & Sandwiches,” as Thanos descends on Earth to wreak havoc, interrupting both the Black Panther’s diplomatic speech and the Avengers lunch hour.

There will be five shorts in total available via Marvel HQ and all five shorts will debut as a compilation special on Sunday, June 3 (11:00 a.m., EDT) on Disney XD.

In “LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” we see that being the King of Wakanda is tough — especially when you’re also the Black Panther! When Thanos arrives from outer space and threatens to destroy Earth, the Black Panther leaps into action and defeats him with the help of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes. But the situation only gets worse when rogue villains Killmonger and Klaue team up with the Mad Titan to take the fight to Black Panther’s homeland! Can the Panther pounce on their perilous plan before Wakanda is pulverized?

“LEGO Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” stars James Mathis III (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble”) as T’Challa/Black Panther, Keston John (“Bosch”) as Killmonger, Daisy Lightfoot (“Horizon: Zero Dawn”) as Shuri, Yvette Nicole Brown (“Community”) as Okoye, Trevor Devall (“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy”) as Klaue, Mick Wingert (“Kung Fu Panda” ) as Iron Man, Travis Willingham (“Sonic Boom”) as Thor, Roger Craig Smith (“Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” ) as Captain America, Laura Bailey (“Marvel’s Spider-Man”) as Black Widow, Fred Tatasciore (“Family Guy”) as Hulk, Liam O’Brien (“Critical Role”) as Doctor Strange, and Issac C. Singleton Jr. (“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy”) as Thanos.

“Lego Marvel Super Heroes – Black Panther: Trouble in Wakanda” is directed by Michael Black; written by Mark Hoffmeier; executive produced by Jason Cosler, Robert May, Jill Wilfert, Dan Buckley, Joe Quesada and Cort Lane; co-executive produced by Stan Lee; and supervising produced by Kalia Cheng Ramirez. Animation services provided by Pure Imagination Studios.

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Get a glimpse of Pasdar’s Graviton in a sneak peek of tomorrow’s new episode!

In last week’s episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., we witnessed a newly determined Talbot, whose cells have been bonded by gravitonium, take Coulson to face the Confederacy and attempt to stave off the destruction of Earth.

Speaking with Marvel.com, Adrian Pasdar discussed General Talbot’s mindset, the one who will save us all, and what we can expect from his alter-ego, Graviton. Before you dive in, we have a sneak peek at this week’s next episode where Talbot reconnects with his family, see above!

Marvel.com: This week’s episode is a real doozy. As we saw in Episode 519, you absorbed all the gravitonium and now, not only do you take on the mantle of Destroyer of Worlds, you’re also Graviton. Can you share with us what you thought when you found out that you were taking on this character?

Adrian Pasdar: Well, this was — they told me about it in the beginning of the season that this was where we were going. The hardest thing about the whole thing was keeping it all under wraps, which is something Marvel is able to do really well, as you know. That’s the hardest thing, keeping it all quiet and not really shooting on location and being controlled on the set and not letting people see the suit. I knew about it from the beginning so it was fantastic and so exciting to bring it to life.

Marvel.com: Did you read any of the source materials just to like get you ready for the mindset?

Adrian Pasdar: Oh yeah, when I talked to Jed [Whedon] about it, it was very exciting because when you look at the Graviton from the 1977 comic books, it was very similar to what we ended up doing costume-wise. While the genesis of the character comes from the comic books, we had to tie it into the real day, modern-time situation that we’re in. It was kind of a cross between a historical manifestation of who the character is, infused with present day where we are, and how it’s observed in this show. That was really fun to put together.

Marvel.com: So in this episode we see that your character is trying to face off Qovas and the alien Confederacy. Talbot tells Coulson that this is war and it’s time to assert dominance. Is that remnants of the old general or is that a glimpse into the man who now has limitless powers?

Adrian Pasdar: Well, I think what makes it interesting is that it’s a little bit of both. You know what I mean? He feels he’s being driven by who he is and his personality and his desire, his discipline and his sense of patriotism, country, family. He feels he’s being driven by that and yet at the same time he’s taken a hundred percent of the gravitonium so there are a lot of other things in his way, a lot of other things and influences in his psyche. Which one is going to win or who is going to be dominant is kind of the struggle everyone wrestles with on gravitonium and is it going to serve or distract from his perceived mission? I guess that’s the whole thing.

Marvel.com: How does he quiet all the voices from the gravitonium?

Adrian Pasdar: Nobody has taken a hundred percent of it yet. It’s not similar to the other characters’ experiences for instance, Creel. It’s arguable that within Talbot there was a tremendous amount of discipline and that his shell was cracked by being brainwashed with HYDRA. Yet underneath it all, there’s a real sense of discipline, order and structure. He’s a military man and not just a military man but a lifer and general and a leader. Maybe that sense of discipline and sense of order and structure serves him well and he’s able to fight off the voices that have brought everyone else down. But we haven’t seen the last of…we don’t know where it’s going to manifest or how it’s going to end up.

Marvel.com: There’s a lot of anger and resentment brewing in Talbot. He wants to join the Confederacy. What is his play now especially as he views Coulson as a constant antagonist in his life and career? Does he fully align with S.H.I.E.L.D. if he joins the Confederacy?

Adrian Pasdar: That’s a great question. More than trying to join the Confederacy, Talbot’s trying to get the Confederacy to join him. He thinks he’s the center of everything. “If they won’t do this, I’ll do it for them” kind of thing.

Yes, Coulson and Talbot have always had this contentious relationship but it’s always managed to find its way around its own shortcomings and lead them to where they need to go. One of the things that Talbot starts to realize is that he doesn’t have the faith and the confidence coming at him from the other people that he needs. If they don’t bring it, he’s going to deliver it on his own.

The ego is running a little rampant in this guy and that, in line with the power, makes it difficult for him to perceive the judgement being put on him by the Confederacy.

Your question of who he is going to side with, ultimately, he’s going to side with himself. But we’ll see. I can’t really give too much away without saying that…. He has a very short fuse, limited patience, and a lot of power and that’s a deadly combination.

Marvel.com: It’s interesting just in this episode, we see Hale, a HYDRA member who went rogue trying to save humanity. Then we have Talbot, who views himself as this shield for humanity. And now it’s all coming to a head where we’re just trying to get rid of all these alien presences.

Adrian Pasdar: Right.

Marvel.com: How does Talbot really come to grips with all this, while also facing two people who represent each organization that he views as betrayed him and let him down?

Adrian Pasdar: He has to deal with these other variables that are presented in front of him. Which one is going to serve him the best in executing his plan to redeem himself from the situation that has befallen him; losing his family, losing his status as a father and a husband, losing his marbles.

He’s really just trying to get to redeem himself from having been ineffective. He’s in control all the time and then he finds himself locked in a room and going batty. It’s been difficult for him to accept that. So here he is in a situation where he can make some moves that will possibly redeem him, and either you’re with me or you’re against me. It’s that kind of mentality. And once again, that’s just dangerous when you have the kind of power and attitude that Graviton has.

Marvel.com: What’s really important to Talbot is his family. Now that he’s on this mission he has set forth for himself, do we see him reach out to Carla and George and how will they come to grips with the person Talbot is trying to be now?

Adrian Pasdar: I can only speak in the hypothetical, but I think if he were to reach out to his wife and child, it would be to assure them that he loves them and that he’s there to protect them, and that he has to go away but he will return.

Now that outer space has been introduced, he’d probably try to impress on his son that he still loves him. Although, you have to remember that Carla was the one — whether she was wittingly or not or thought she was helping or not — assisted HYDRA in the brainwashing with that phone call. So maybe there’s some resentment, reluctance, anger coming from Talbot.

Is he ready to forgive her or is it an unforgivable thing? Obviously his son didn’t do anything. I think since he is a family guy, I don’t think it’s far off to assume that he’d do everything he could to try to visit his family. And wouldn’t that be a scene? He looks a lot different than he did last time they saw him.

Watch the penultimate episode of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Friday, May 10, at 9|8c on ABC, and don’t miss the Season 5 finale next week! 

For more information on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” visit ABC.com, follow @AgentsofSHIELD on Twitter, and like “Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.”on Facebook for all the latest news and updates!

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The two actors have been cast in the second season of the acclaimed Netflix series.

Marvel Television and Netflix have revealed two new cast members for the eagerly anticipated second season of “Marvel’s The Punisher.”

Corbin Bernsen (“American Gods,” “Psych”) will play the role of Anderson Schultz, an extremely wealthy man who’s grown accustomed to getting his way. His power and legacy are of prime importance, and he’ll implement less-than legal means to further those ends.

Corbin Bernsen

Annette O’Toole (“Cat People,” “Smallville”) has been cast as Eliza Schultz, a conniving, wealthy woman, cut from the same manipulative cloth as her husband, Anderson.

Annette O’Toole

“We are delighted to have Annette and Corbin join the remarkable talent this season,” said Jeph Loeb, Executive Producer and Marvel’s Head of Television, “Our audience will enjoy them in very unexpected but perfectly cast roles.”

“I’m very excited to have actors of this caliber and talent of Corbin and Annette joining us on Marvel’s The Punisher,” added Showrunner and Executive Producer Steve Lightfoot.

O’Toole and Bernsen join previously announced Season 2 cast members Josh Stewart (“John Pilgrim”), Floriana Lima (“Krista Dumont”) and Giorgia Whigham (“Amy Bendix”), along with Season 1 returning cast members Jon Bernthal (“Frank Castle”), Ben Barnes (“Billy Russo”), Amber Rose Revah (“Dinah Madani”) and Jason R. Moore (“Curtis Hoyle”).

In “Marvel’s The Punisher,” former marine turned vigilante, Frank Castle (Jon Bernthal) aims to clean up New York City by any means necessary, no matter how lethal the results.

The second season of “Marvel’s The Punisher” is Executive Produced by Steve Lightfoot, along with Jeph Loeb (“Marvel’s Daredevil,” “Marvel’s Jessica Jones”), and Jim Chory (“Marvel’s Luke Cage,” “Marvel’s Iron Fist”).

All 13 episodes of the first season of “Marvel’s The Punisher” are now streaming on Netflix.

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