Monday, January 12, 2015


Real Name
Daisy Louise Johnson

Adventurer; formerly Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., Student, law enforcement officer
Place of Birth
New Orleans, Louisiana
Known Relatives
Jennifer Johnson (mother); Calvin Zabo (Mister Hyde, father); Greggory Sutter (adoptive father); Janet Sutter (adoptive mother) 

Group Affiliation
Formerly S.H.I.E.L.D. (director), Avengers, Secret Warriors (leader)

High school graduate

5' 9"

135 lbs.



Quake possesses the ability to generate seismic vibrations and direct them into objects or people, allowing for a variety of effects including earthquakes, tremors, and explosions. She is immune to any harmful effects of the vibrations she creates.

Quake is a trained agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., tutored by Nick Fury to be his eyes and ears. She is a superb hand-to-hand combatant, skilled all-around athlete, and an excellent marksman. She was a leading espionage agent, adept at undercover assignments.

Other Info
Daisy Johnson was at first believed to be a mutant with a mutant gene. But, it was later confirmed that her powers came from her father, Calvin Zabo (aka Mister Hyde) and the experiments he performed on himself. Zabo had been taking his "Hyde Formula" which provided him enhanced speed and strength and mutated his genes. Zabo impregnated a prostitute named Jennifer Johnson, who gave Daisy up for adoption after her birth. At 7 months old, Daisy was named "Cory Sutter" by her adopted parents. Unaware of Daisy's true parentage, the couple raised Daisy as their own, not telling her that she was adopted. (To learn about the race and/or characters above, just click on their highlighted name.)

At one point when Daisy was a teenager, she stole a couple CD's. It was then that she got agitated and her powers were accidentally awakened; thus, causing an earthquake. Afterward, she was taken into S.H.I.E.L.D. custody and interrogated by its long time executive director, Nick Fury. During this interrogation, Fury told Daisy of her true parentage. He also offered her to join S.H.I.E.L.D. so they could train her in proper use of her powers, in exchange for loyalty to him--she agreed. (To learn about the race and/or character above, just click on their highlighted names. Note: Beware of the low-cut outfit worn by one in the background of Nick Fury's bio page.) 

Daisy was trained by Nick Fury and became an expert member of S.H.I.E.L.D. She showed a real aptitude, in-particular the black ops angle. Fury noted that she would have finished top of her class even without her powers. She also gained a "Level 10" security clearance by the time she was 17 years old--the only known agent aside from Nick Fury and Black Widow (Natasha Romanova) to do so. (To learn about Black Widow, just click on the highlighted name above. Note: Beware of the very form-fitting outfits worn by Black Widow on her bio page)

At one point, Nick Fury discovered that the Prime Minister of Latveria, Lucia von Bardas, planned to equip super villains with specialized weaponry. Therefore, he led a team of super heroes, including Daisy, into Lucia's castle in Latveria to attack her before she had the chance to put her plans into action. Once there, the group confronted Lucia and her troops, and Fury revealed his plan--to kill the Prime Minister and teach the terrorists a lesson. Daisy was instructed by Fury to bring the whole castle down in which Daisy complied--apparently killing Lucia. The rest of the group disagreed with Fury's actions, in particular using a young girl like Daisy to kill. However, afterward, Fury erased the team's memory of the whole event, except Daisy and Black Widow. Later, Lucia von Bardas appeared to have survived the attack and in retaliation assaulted Manhattan with an army of super villains whose combined technology created an anti-matter bomb. Fortunately, Daisy was able to use her powers to prevent the bomb from going off. After this, Fury was forced to leave S.H.I.E.L.D. after a number of international warrants were set out for his arrest for his unauthorized "Secret War" against Latveria. However, Daisy remained loyal to Nick Fury, as she had promised. Therefore, Daisy was taken off of active duty by Fury's replacement: Maria Hill. (Click on the highlighted names above to learn about the place and/or character.)

Later, during a three-way confrontation with the X-Men, Avengers, and the Collective, Daisy teamed up with the Avengers and helped them to defeat Magneto--who had be possessed by the Collective. It was Daisy that created a vibration in Magneto's brain that made him lose consciousness. It was after this, that Daisy thought up of the alias "Quake." (Click on the highlighted names above to learn about the teams and/or characters.) 

Later on, Fury learned about the Skrull's Secret Invasion in which they had infiltrated even the ranks of Earth’s heroes. Needing people he could trust, Fury recruited Quake to his "Secret Warriors" and gave her orders to recruit others to their team in order to fight against the Skrulls. Having officially taken the name "Quake" now, Daisy acted as field leader for the team and attacked the Skrulls during their invasion on Manhattan. In fact, her Secret Warriors team turned the tide of the battle--saving the Young Avengers and the Initiative from being killed by the Skrulls. Then, the team assembled with the world's greatest heroes and villains in Central Park to finally defeat the Skrulls. (To learn about the race, event, and/or teams, just click on the highlighted names above.)

In the aftermath of the Secret Invasion, the government assigned Norman Osborn to replace Fury as  S.H.I.E.L.D.'s Director. Osborn soon transformed S.H.I.E.L.D. into H.A.M.M.E.R. However, Fury kept his Secret Warriors together to combat H.A.M.M.E.R. and uncovered data alleging S.H.I.E.L.D. had been a pawn of HYDRA since its' beginnings. During this time, Quake continued to lead the Secret Warriors. It was during this time, that Quake became romantically involved with her teammate, Hellfire. However, after a mission, Fury informed the team that Hellfire did not make it out alive, Quake was devastated. (Fury did not mention that Hellfire had betrayed the team to HYDRA and he had let Hellfire fall to his death.) (Click on the highlighted names above to learn more about the characters and/or team.)

Later, Quake fought alongside the Avengers, Young Avengers, and the Secret Avengers, to take down Norman Osborn during his Siege on Asgard. It was during this time, that Quake and others were powered up by the Asgardian Norn Stones thanks to Loki. (To learn about the team, event, place, race, object, and/or character. Note: Beware of the revealing outfit worn by Loki in his woman-form on his bio page.)

At one point, Quake traveled to Sweden to find and stop the Sin. Once there, she found a castle where Sin was staying. Quake ended up taking down the entire castle, not realizing that Captain America, Maria Hill, Sharon Carter, and Victoria Hand were inside battling inside. They were all able to escape the castle without harm due to Quake saving them. (To learn about the highlighted characters, click on their names above. Note: Beware of the revealing outfits worn by Sin on her bio page.)

Later on, Captain America recruited Quake to join the Avengers for a time. Afterward, he reactivated S.H.I.E.L.D., with Quake as Director and Maria Hill as Acting Director. In fact, Quake was the one that recruited Nick Fury, Jr. and Phil Coulson into S.H.I.E.L.D. (Click on the highlighted names above to learn about the characters.)

Recently, Quake led an unsanctioned operation to assassinate the Scientist Supreme (Andrew Forson), the supposedly leader of A.I.M. After they seemingly succeeded in killing Forson, Quake was suspended indefinitely for breaking protocol--as Forson was also the leader of a U.N. member nation. Subsequently, Maria Hill was put in charge of S.H.I.E.L.D. once again. After this, Quake went under the radar, similar to what Nick Fury had previously done. Quake then recruited the Winter Soldier for a special mission. And they both eventually met up with Mockingbird who was trying to go under the radar as well. (Click on the highlighted names above to learn about the team and/or characters. Note: Beware of the low-cut outfit worn by Mockingbird on her bio page.)

To learn a tiny bit more about Quake, click on the following bio link,,_Daisy.

Quake appears on the TV series Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. The character is initially known as "Skye" who gets recruited by Agent Coulson to join S.H.I.E.L.D. Over time, she learns that her real name is "Daisy" and that she is special. In this Marvel Cinematic Universe version, Daisy gains her powers due to her being an Inhuman, rather than mutated genes.

1 comment:

  1. I think it's SO cool that Skye is actually a real Marvel character- I wonder if she'll get a tie-in or cameos or something in the movies =)