The last chapter of the series, ‘One world, one people (1×06) has discovered who is the person behind that title.
BEWARE, ‘SPOILERS’! The following news contains spoilers for the ending of Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
The fiction of Marvel Studios and Disney +, has put the finishing touch to its story with the episode ‘ One world, one town’ (1×06). In this chapter of the series starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, it has been revealed, among other things, who the Agent of Power is. With this title, the person who leads the criminal world of Madripoor is known, the territory to which Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes moved together with Zemo (Daniel Bruhl) to investigate who is behind the new super-soldier serum.
As fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have already theorized, the Power Broker is Sharon Carter (Emily VanCamp). This is discovered during the confrontation between her and Karli Morgenthau (Erin Kellyman), the leader of the No Flags. At that time, in addition, it is also revealed that Bartroc (Georges St-Pierre), whom we already saw fighting Steve Rogers / Captain America (Chris Evans) in the ship scene in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, was in cahoots with Sharon Carter while he was part of Karli’s group.
Finally, the character of Emily VanCamp ends Karli’s life when she is fighting Sam Wilson. In this way, neither he nor Bucky knows that Sharon Carter is the Agent of Power. However, it seems that this series will not be the last time we will see the niece of Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell). As the post-credit fiction scene previews, Sharon Carter has been granted clemency, can return to the United States, and also has access to government secrets thanks to her connection to the CIA. In the last seconds of the scene, he makes a phone call stating that he is going to sell that information to the highest bidder.
After the end of Falcon and the Winter Soldier, now fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe will have to wait until June 11 to continue enjoying new installments of the franchise. That day comes to Disney + Loki, the fiction starring the god of deception played by Tom Hiddleston.