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'Agents of SHIELD' react: A little night music

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has really been on a roll these past few episodes, and “The Only Light in the Darkness” was no exception. It was an episode that I had been looking forward to for awhile thanks to the inclusion of Coulson’s mysterious cellist, but after last week’s development, I was also super curious to see what would happen now that Ward had rejoined the team with his Hydra cover intact.


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Another great episode. Last night a Nova villain showed up. Marcus Daniels otherwise known as Blackout made an appearance and this is surprising.  Yet again, another thorn in the side of the comic book Avengers is now on the scene. Who else is out there I wonder?

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Help me to interpret my dream:

Got drunk with Andrew and ex-crackwhore Wendi. Lost everyone, hours later found my phone in my purse and sobbed to Andrew, who had gone to his parents house (for some reason not his own house) at this point because I’d been missing for hours on end. 199 more words

GEEK: MARVEL'S Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D trends up

Another strong episode from the 1st year show. MAOS has seen some encouraging improvement in its viewership despite alarmingly low numbers of total viewers.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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Hit The Deck: Festival Review


Excitement mounts as the road is blocked off. Twinkly lights glisten over the streets, while endless colourful bunting flaps around wildly in the crazy-ass strong Nottingham winds. 928 more words

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Episode 19: The Only Light in the Darkness

Three episodes to go, and shit can’t possibly get any more real.

After the events of Episode 18, every prisoner held in the Fridge has been unleashed onto the world with countless weapons and technology in H.Y.D.R.A.’s possession. 206 more words

Solitary Nerd

Off the radar in Cuba


Figures sit patiently in darkness.

A streetlight on calle Neptuno casts dim,

Amber gleams through an open front door,

Tracing silent silhouettes.


BlackOut Update: #uchoose

This week’s upcoming installment of BlackOut will be a little bit different and really fun. Well, at least I hope so. I’ve been wanting to do something like this for a while and I think this serial is the perfect launching platform. 27 more words