Last week’s episode ended with Jason Wilkes disappearing, but learned this week that he reappeared shortly after. He tells Peggy that it is get harder to resist the pull of the Zero Matter. With nothing to anchor him to the real world, he will disappear… Read More »Marvel’s Agent Carter Recap – Double the Episode, Double the Fun
Comic-Con will get a special visit from Marvel’s Agent Carter and the show will call Los Angeles home for the start of Season 2. This according to a new profile in EW. SSR Agent Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) has to tackle a case that goes… Read More »Marvel’s Agent Carter is heading to Hollywood
Marvel online editor Marc Strom interviews Hayley Atwell (Agent Peggy Carter) and James D’Arcy (Edwin Jarvis) from Marvel’s Agent Carter. They talk about fan reactions, British accents, how much fan they’ve had together and more: Like I said before, I wish they’d started this sort… Read More »Interview with Agent Carter and Jarvis Actors
What this week’s episode lacks in action, it makes up for in character. After an announcement made by Peggy’s new landlady, she gets the idea to investigate the hole beneath Howard Stark’s safe to see if she can figure out how our mystery man broke in.
Just before she and Jarvis plan to make their way down to the safe, Thompson and Souza show up at the door. They’re investigating Stark’s license plate that was found in the wreckage of last week’s implosion. Because Stark is on the run, Jarvis is the number one suspect and is brought into SSR custody for interrogation.
Jarvis lies, claiming that Stark’s car was stolen that he reported it a few days earlier. In the SSR office, Peggy takes a figurative bullet for Javis when she claims that she lost the stolen car report, allowing Jarvis to go free putting her in hot water with her superiors.
However, it is revealed during the interrogation that, during the war, Jarvis was charged with treason and dishonorably discharged.
Back at her apartment, Peggy is getting ready to meet Jarvis when Angie shows up at the door. She tries to turn Angie away politely, but Angie is hurt non-the-less. As they leave her apartment, their landlady walks by and introduces them to her new tenant: Dorothy “Dottie” Underhill. Some people in the fan community think that Angie shouldn’t be trusted, but my money is on Dottie. This is the only scene that she’s in (clearly anyway) and I don’t think they introduced her for no reason. There’s more to her story.Read More »Agent Carter Recap: Episode 3 – Time and Tide
Please welcome guest author Zoë Periale with this report from the new Iron Man 3 exhibit at Disneyland:
With the third movie in the Iron Man series up for release at midnight tonight, a new exhibit has cropped up in Disneyland. Iron Man Tech Presented by Stark Industries is located on the top floor of Innoventions, a small low capacity building in the back of Tomorrowland but fitting nonetheless. After doing a round about of the top floor to reduce traffic flow problems, you’ll be greeted by the sight of what the over head speakers is dubbing the Mark XLII, or Mark 42 of the Iron Man suit. Red and shiny it stands on a recreation of Tony Stark’s circular pedestal that fans of the series will recognize as the location where he preforms many a suit up in his Malibu Beachside home. Read More »Iron Man 3 Exhibit at Disneyland