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Tag Archives: marvel’s agents of shield
It has been an interesting road we’ve gone down this season, full of twists, turns, stops, starts and lots of cameos. Last week, we got to look back at Ward’s beginnings with SHIELD (and Hydra) as well as where the … Continue reading
If you didn’t hear the good news, “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” has been renewed for a 2nd season. I’m definitely looking forward to that. But first we have to get through what’s sure to be an amazing season finale. Disney … Continue reading
Last week, after being ambushed by Col. Talbot, Coulson and Maria Hill lead the team on a quest to get to Ward before he can gain access to the information on Skye’s drive. Meanwhile, Skye is stalling as long as … Continue reading
Last week’s episode was not the most action-packed episode. The focus seemed to be more on setting up the final four episodes. But, for critics who felt like there needed to be more Easter eggs (a criticism that I never … Continue reading