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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Edit
Gordon was a member of the alien/human hybrid race known as the Inhumans. In 1983, when he was still a teenager, Gordon underwent terrigenesis. The transformation was very painful for him and Inhuman leader Jiaying kept him under observation in a sealed room for fourteen days. Exposure to the Terrigen Mist took away his eyes, but gifted him with the power of teleportation. (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Aftershocks) As he grew older, he lived in the Inhuman city of Afterlife where he served as the second-in-command to Jiaying. One of his primary duties was recruiting wayward humans so they could undergo terrigenesis and unlock their dormant Inhuman powers. Gordon was killed in battle while fighting S.H.I.E.L.D. agents Phil Coulson, Alphonso "Mack" Mackenzie and Leo Fitz. Leo impaled him with a length of pipe. (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: S.O.S. (Part 2))
The Walking Dead Edit
Gordon is a fictional zombie and a minor character featured on the AMC survival horror series The Walking Dead. Played by actor Michael Scialabba, he appeared in the third episode of season seven, "The Cell".
Gordon was a male Caucasian living in Virginia during the years of the zombie apocalypse. He became a member of a militant survival group called the Saviors. Gordon did not share the values of his more aggressive brethren, and sought to get out from under the thumb of the group's leader, Negan. Gordon escaped from the Saviors' Sanctuary, and took off down the road. When his absence was noticed, Negan sent Dwight to track him down and deal with him. Dwight caught up to Gordon, who tried to convince Dwight to turn against Negan. Dwight was powerless to disobey his leader, so he shot Gordon and brought him back to the Sanctuary. Gordon reanimated as a zombie and was impaled on the fence line surrounding the perimeter of the facility.