World War IIEdit
Peggy served under Colonel Chester Phillips in the S.S.R. during WWII. She was assigned as a liaison from the British government to help combat Hitler's top secret science division, HYDRA.
She first met Steve Rogers at Colonel Phillips' training base and oversaw his and the other potential candidates' training for Operation: Rebirth. When Rogers was selected as the candidate, she escorted him to the U.S. Army's secret base in Brooklyn under a pawnshop.
Colonel Phillips was given a new assignment to take the S.S.R. to Europe to take the fight directly to HYDRA and made Agent Carter and Howard Stark apart of his staff. Agent Carter and Howard Stark helped Captain Rogers get to his destination to the secret Hydra base that allied POWs were held. Peggy soon developed a crush on Steve, though she referred to it as "having faith in him".
She was, along with the company of soldiers led by Colonel Phillips, to follow Captain Rogers into Hydra's last base of operations. After defeating Schmidt, Captain Rogers flew the Hydra plane into the Atlantic region. During his descent he expressed his regret about not being able to make his date with Agent Carter to her over the military radio frequency.
One year after Captain America's disappearance, Agent Carter had become a member of the SSR, post World War II. She was stuck filing paperwork instead of working in the field. One night while alone in the office, the telephone rang, informing intel of the location of the criminal organization known as Zodiac. She went to the Zodiac base, took out the members single handed and was able to retrieve a serum. After the mission, Agent Flynn reprimanded her for not going through the proper procedures. However the telephone rang, this time with Howard Stark on the other end. Stark informed Agent Flynn that Agent Carter would co-head the newly created S.H.I.E.L.D.. This continuity has to be revised in light of the series.
- Captain America: The First Avenger
- Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier
- Avengers: Age of Ultron
- Ant-Man (MCU)
- Captain America: Civil War (notification of death/closed casket funeral)
Central character - all episodes