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Tag Archives: agents of shield
When I left the theater on Saturday after watching “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” one of my first thoughts was, “What are Tuesday nights going to look like from now on?” Last week, it turns out, our team was right … Continue reading
I’ll admit, I’m a big fan of Marvel. I’ll also admit that “Captain America: The First Avenger” isn’t one of my favorite Marvel movies. With the release of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” however, Marvel not only has another hit … Continue reading
Here we go – seven episodes, no more breaks. Three weeks ago, we watched as the team joined Sif who was on the trail of the Asgardian siren, Lorelei. This was a good crossover with Thor: The Dark World (possibly … Continue reading
Last night we got to step back and see where the Marvel Cinematic Universe started and where it is headed (including teaser footage from “Ant-Man”, which will be the beginning of “Phase 3″). So, how do 12 movies, 5 short … Continue reading