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Thursday, 27 April 2017 16:26
While last week’s episode wasn’t the fastest paced episode all season, it did provide us with a shocking ending! Coulson and Jeff Mace a.k.a. The Patriot infiltrated Hydra HQ to find Daisy Johnson (who had been captured), while there they rescued Trip (HE’S BACK!), who had been embedded in Hydra as a double agent only to be discovered and captured. They also discovered that children (some of Coulson’s students even) were being brainwashed!! While saving the kids, Aida and Evil Fitz ordered a Quinjet to take down the entire building where the kids were being conditioned. After discovering the horrible things Hydra was doing to innocent children, May, who had been a pretty nasty and loyal Hydra agent, switched sides and decided to help. BUT in order for everyone to escape, Mace had to sacrifice his life. At the end of the episode, May goes to Daisy’s cell and breaks open a Terrigen crystal, cocooning Daisy and giving her back her Quake abilities. Read more...
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Thursday, 13 April 2017 14:52
Well, the Framework has proven to be quite a problem. You didn’t think Daisy Johnson and Jemma Simmons would jump in there and fix everything in one episode, didja? Nah, this very realistic digital world is a lot more screwed up than they (or we, the audience) ever imagined. Hydra somehow turned the entire United States into a police state, Coulson’s a nerdy teacher, Fitz and May are very nasty Hydra agents, Grant Ward is alive...NOT Hive and....a good guy working for The Resistance?! Read more...
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Thursday, 06 April 2017 14:04
Well, it’s been a long hiatus for our cult favorite Marvel TV show, but finally after the bombshell reveal of what exactly is going on inside the Darkhold/Aida version of the Framework...our story continues! Read more...
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Thursday, 02 February 2017 17:28
Even though I’ve been a die-hard viewer since the beginning, even I have to admit that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been hit-and-miss over its 4 seasons. And with so many “comic book” TV shows around, it’s beginning to be harder to defend it sometimes. But sometimes an episode comes along that utilizes the show’s full potential. It’s in the writing, you see. A spy show set in the world of superheroes has so much potential, it's ridiculous. And if you've stuck with it, you can see why the show has its fans...and also why it frustrates others at the same time. It just can't seem maintain the stride it needs to be consistent. Read more...
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Wednesday, 28 September 2016 16:15
So, in case you missed Agents last week, well, it was probably the coolest season premiere for the show yet! We got introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Ghost Rider (Robbie Reyes), Daisy Johnson has distanced herself from S.H.I.E.L.D. to hunt down the remaining Watchdogs, May possibly got possessed by some apparition, and there is now a mysterious new director of S.H.I.E.L.D. Read more...
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Friday, 20 May 2016 16:02
This season on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: It was a rollercoaster of a season as Daisy Johnson and Director Coulson tried to help the growing Inhuman population by rescuing them, educating them and offering them a spot on a spec ops team headed by Johnson named The Secret Warriors. This was not an easy task ahead of them as President Ellis is forced to establish his own, more militant tactical squad to handle what was seen by the general population as an alien outbreak called the ATCU, headed by a steely eyed, stern woman named Rosalind Price. Read more...
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Friday, 06 May 2016 03:06
Previously on “Agents of HIVE”: This Neo dressing prettyboy ancient Inhuman cultist guy is going WAY TOO FAR! Hive (who is inside the dead body of Grant Ward) has the abilities to infect his fellow Inhumans and making them become his loyal minions. He has done so to the nearest and dearest S.H.I.E.L.D. agent and the main heroine of the show: Daisy “Quake” Johnson! Last week we found out he also voodoo’d James (and they exposed him to Terrigen, giving him the powers of his comic book counterpart, Hellfire), as well as the redhead femme fatale who can duplicate herself (like Jamie Madrox), Alicia. Daisy brought Hive the Kree orb that James gave S.H.I.E.L.D., but Hive immediately knew there was a piece missing. James buried that piece under his trailer, but when Coulson and May arrived, they set a bomb! Coulson was fine though...because he had an ENERGY SHIELD built into his cybernetic hand. It was awesome, and it was a clear nod to Captain America: Civil War. Another silent nod to the movie would come as Glenn Talbot contacted Coulson to tell him that Gideon Malick (who Daisy exploded two weeks back) gave up enough intel for the government to raid all of the straggling Hydra facilities, possibly crippling the terrorist organization for good (but probably not). I get the feeling the new Marvel movie (in theaters NOW, go see it!) will take over from there. Read more...
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Friday, 22 April 2016 16:41
Previously on AoS: The team desperately are on the hunt for Hive, an ancient inhuman possessing the dead corpse of their former teammate turned enemy, Grant Ward. May caught up with one of the inhumans under Hive’s control, Giyera and beat him in a fight. Which was pretty awesome, seeing as Giyera has powers and Melinda is simply 100% badass. Read more...
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