The midseason finale does what every comic fan expected for Skye and company, and that means an anticlimactic finish for what’s been a mostly Marvelous season.
A largely boilerplate episode finishes in strong form as the secret origin of Daniel Whitehall reveals new wrinkles in Season 2’s story arc.
The Guardians of the Galaxy star says “if it made sense for the brand and for the story,” he’d be up for a guest appearance on the ABC series.
Under siege from Hydra, the team splits up to save its reputation against Ward’s unsavory brother in an episode that pushes characters forward.
It’s a face-stealing “spy vs. spy” setup for Melinda May in a slight one-shot episode that still gets the mission accomplished.
Although he previously suggested he’s content remaining part of the Avengers ensemble, the two-time Oscar nominee now says he’s always been interested in a Hawkeye solo outing.
With its latest episode, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. delivers on the spy premise by opening up a can of Hydra double agents around Simmons.
Coulson and company keep running as the hunt for the Absorbing Man brings new characters, new twists and a new confidence to the Marvel television drama.
With the Season 2 premiere promising the Marvel drama will step out of the shadows and into the light, the big question is whether the change in Coulson’s team will be enough to keep fans interested.
Geoff Johns defends DC Entertainment’s wide approach, while Marvel doubles down on the connections to its film universe as superheroes prepare to do battle on the small screen.
What’s in store for Phil Coulson & Co. when the Marvel superhero TV series returns in the fall?
The star of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. chats with SPINOFF about his latest directorial effort, his career path and what he wants to do next.