"I'm one of the True Believers."
"Believers in what?"
"In you."
Virgil and Phil Coulson[src]

The True Believers were a group of humans in the Lighthouse who believed in Robin Hinton's prophecy that one day S.H.I.E.L.D. agents would come from the past to save them from the Kree. They were led by Samuel Voss after he killed Hinton to ensure that the agents would never make it back and the Earth would never get destroyed.


Following Earth's destruction and the enslavement of the Humans survivors in the Lighthouse to the Kree, some of the elders, who knew enough about Earth's history, believed that the agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. would come from the past to save them. However, the Kree fed everyone of the those who associated with the True Believers movement to the Vrellnexians.[1]

Virgil was the only one who still believed in the movement, whereas the rest of the humans thought he was insane. His beliefs were proven to be true, when agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. came to the bunker from the past. Virgil immediately recognized all of the agents he met, but before he could speak with them more about their rule, he was killed by a Vrellnexian.[2]

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  • "True Believers" was a nickname Stan Lee gave to fans of Marvel Comics in the 1960s. This nickname is also mentioned in Captain Marvel.


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