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 she can, which works well… Read More »Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD – Episode 21 “Ragtag” Preview
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Last week saw more twists and turns. We lost another agent (can we start a #koeniglives trend? It’s worked before) and Skye discovered the truth about Ward. Unfortunately, she’s now alone on the bus with him. The rest of the team learned more about Coulson’s… Read More »Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD episode 20 preview – Nothing Personal
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 fully understood), this was the… Read More »Agents of SHIELD episode 19 preview – The Only Light In The Darkness
When they said that no one can be trusted, they weren’t kidding. Last week, we got not one, but two betrayals. Overall, it was another great episode, though I’m very disappointed with what happened to Agent Hand. She’s a strong character in the comics and… Read More »Agents of SHIELD episode 18 preview – Providence
If no one has told you, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD on ABC has gotten really good in the last few episodes. It seemed to start slow because they focused a lot of getting the audience emotionally involved in the core set of characters. Now that… Read More »Fall Out from Latest Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Episode
There’s a lot of fun things going on in the world of Marvel, so let’s get to it.
Captain America opened up last week as number one in the box office (no surprise there). Opening with $92.6 million, the Winter Soldier now holds the record for the largest movie opening in April ever.
I don’t normally talk about rumors but this one is fun. At the St. Louis Comic-con, Nathan Fillion was asked if he would accept a role in Guardians of the Galaxy if he was asked. Besides being the epitome of a Joss Whedon alum, Fillion has also worked with Guardians’ director James Gunn on Castle. Here’s his response.
There was also a new clip from Guardians of the Galaxy on MTV.
The weekend of May 6, 2016 will be an interesting weekend at the box office. Marvel announced that Captain America 3 will open that weekend which is the same weekend as their Distinguished Competition’s Superman/Batman movie.Read More »Marvel News Roundup – Life After The Winter Soldier
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 in the middle of the… Read More »Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. preview, episode 17 – Turn, Turn, Turn
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 on their hands, but firmly entrenches this Avenger as a major force to be reckoned with in the Marvel Universe.
Where the first movie introduced Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) and his superhero alter ego’s origins, this movie takes place in a post-Avengers world. One which Rogers is not only trying to catch up with, but one in which he’s trying to find his place in.
As the movie opens, Captain America is now working for S.H.I.E.L.D., but he’s not totally comfortable with all the grey areas the organization likes to operate in. He has an uneasy working relationship with S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and fellow agent Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson), also known as Black Widow, and he’s highly suspicious of a new agency project that will neutralize potential threats before they happen.Read More »Captain America: The Winter Soldier Shows the Superhero In Fine Form