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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.


Love it or hate it, this episode has been polarising the Agents of SHIELD fan community since it aired last Wednesday. Following on as it did from a heart-wrenching episode that crammed in a lot of surprises, it came out of the gate flat and, to be honest, by most, un-loved. Featuring, as it did, …

I love, love, loved this week’s episode, done in black and white. Like a nod to 50s noir and focused on not only giving Coulson pretty much his own episode, but also one in which we get a little bit more of Agent Sousa, and his history. What it is about him that helped inspire …

Following on from my Top Ten favourite SF movies, it’s time to do my favourite SF TV shows. And just like choosing just ten movies, choosing just ten TV shows is still difficult, whether that’s from the pool available for the last two or three decades, or the last just the last five. 1. THE …

This week’s episode opens with a fun-filled nod to the 50’s, with a young couple lying in the back of a pickup truck, staring up at the stars, looking for aliens When, suddenly out of nowhere, the zephyr pops out of the time stream and flies erratically right across the now screaming pair of kids …

Just when you think you know what’s happening in an Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. episode, you’re going to get gifted breadcrumbs of things to come, and clever little nuggets of information that fill in holes, but also, you get plenty of character building arcs that are just as satisfying, as far as I’m concerned, as the …

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are back for their final season. And all the regulars are back in fine form, with (spoiler) an LMD Coulson, May, Mac, Daisy, Yo-Yo, Fitz, Simmons, and Deke. Only this time using the time-travel abilities of the new, souped-up Zephyr, the team find themselves landing in New York City, back in 1931. And, in …