It's a Kree! (Agents of SHIELD)

From http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=57204

Confirming what had been widely speculated for months, "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." Executive Producer Jeffrey Bell has told TV Guide that the mysterious floating blue alien corpse that's played a major role in the series is indeed a member of the Kree race, as will be revealed on the show's Dec. 2 episode, "...Ye Who Enter Here." And while that's a significant revelation to the comic book-reading audience, Bell said it'll only create more questions for the show's main players.

"Our people don't know anything about the Kree or that there's a planet full of them," Bell told TV Guide. "What they do know is that the strange carvings created by Coulson after he was injected with the Kree serum are actually the map of a city, and they need to find that city before Hydra does. But where is it? Here or on another planet?"

This isn't the first time the Kree have been seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe -- the alien race played a major role in this past summer's "Guardians of the Galaxy," with that film's primary antagonist Ronan the Accuser, a member of the alien race. The Kree also play a major role in the origins of two Marvel properties with feature films on the horizon -- "Captain Marvel" (though human, Carol Danvers' received superpowers after her genetics intermingled with Kree hero Mar-Vell) and "Inhumans" (who are a result of ancient experiments the Kree performed on humans).

Multiple observers including CBR's Meagan Damore have posited theories on how "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." may be setting up the introduction of Inhumans to Marvel Studios' live-action world, and this latest news -- along with multiple developments in recent episodes -- certainly seems to further bolster those notions.

Sharing an obvious visual trait with the Kree of the comic books -- humanoid other than blue skin -- many have suspected the floating alien corpse (used to resurrect Phil Coulson from the dead) was Kree since first seen last season on "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." episode "T.A.H.I.T.I." Among those include series co-star Chloe Bennet, who said in a red carpet interview in March that the alien was a Kree, and then later tweeted that she was making an educated guess.

The Kree are a product of comic book legends Stan Lee and Jack Kirby's fruitful and vastly influential stint on "Fantastic Four," first appearing in 1967's "Fantastic Four" #65. "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on ABC.

so Skye's dad is not Mr. Hyde, but most likely Maximus, Black Bolt's bro?

Stickgrappler - so Skye's dad is not Mr. Hyde, but most likely Maximus, Black Bolt's bro?
This. Or he be the inhuman that got with a deviant and Skye is the product. Phone Post 3.0

Stickgrappler - so Skye's dad is not Mr. Hyde, but most likely Maximus, Black Bolt's bro?
He could still be dr Hyde but my original guess was maximus Phone Post 3.0

Let me ask our resident comic nerds a question: Is there an equivalent in DC for the X-Men and the Inhumans?

I now know of these 2 but none on the DC part. Inhumans feel like they should be DC's response to the XMen.

luctaro - Let me ask our resident comic nerds a question: Is there an equivalent in DC for the X-Men and the Inhumans?

I now know of these 2 but none on the DC part. Inhumans feel like they should be DC's response to the XMen.
Not really.
They don't have an x gene or group of aliens who alter their dna as such at dc.

But during the invasion crossover the meta gene was introduced, it was probably the closest dc got to introducing mutants.
It has faded since then but at the time I saw the possibility of it becoming a catch all answer for powers developing in a similar way to the x mens x gene.

The teams that have been closest in feel have been marv wolf man's teen titans, published at the same time as Claremonts xmen, and dcs the new gods and marvels inhumans.

DCS legion of super heroes held a similar appeal for me as the xmen, in that it was a large team trained to fight bad guys but also faced a lot of prejudice, so this may be considered an xmen analogue in some ways, but marvel really seem to have a knack for providing vehicles to spin out an endless assortment of weird characters. Phone Post 3.0

Nice answer.  voted up.

Thanks for the answer oioisavvy, maybe DC should pull a reverse Superman where regular humans become Supermans in some other solar systems.

IMO, the last episode implied that the doctor was her dad and an Asian woman (with some ancient Kree connection giving her immunity to the obelisk) was her mom.

The mom was on Dollhouse and Bein Human as well.  Exotic looking girl.

I always felt that the Eternals were marvel's answer to DC's New Gods. The meta gene is DC's answer to the X gene imo, but I wouldn't feel as though DC has their own version of the Inhumans.

The only reason why I didn't think it was a Kree is because Sif specifically mentioned them when asked if she knew of any blue aliens.

Didn't think TV writers would be that direct. Phone Post 3.0

23 MINUTES AND NO FUCKING WARD!?!?!?!

GOD DAMNIT!!! I WANT TO SEE HIM KILL 1000000 HYDRA AGENTS IN THIS EPISODE!!!

Like that Youtube mini of the Punisher just demolishing a dozen street thugs.

they said the magic word in the last episode.... but the city is not Attilan :(