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Marvel gets strange with MRS. DEADPOOL AND THE HOWLING COMMANDOS #1!


New York, NY—March 9th, 2015—This June, the strangest super-team of them all emerges from the depths of Monster Metropolis to take Battleworld by storm in… 337 more words


TV series review: Agent Carter (2015)

Created by: Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, loosely based on various sort-of-related comics by Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and others. Starring: Hayley Atwell, James D’Arcy, Chad Michael Murray, Dominic Cooper, Enver Gjokaj, Shea Whigham, Bridget Regan, Ralph Brown, Neal McDonough, Ray Wise. 657 more words


Agent Carter Series Review (Non-Spoiler)

Agent Carter is an 8 episode mid season series that spins out of 2011’s Captain America the First Avenger. Focusing on Peggy Carter, who helped fight Cap fight Hydra in WWII, she now finds herself still working in the SSR but not taken seriously by her male colleagues. 758 more words

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Agent Carter 1.05: Visible value

“Do you honestly expect you will change their minds? I expect I will make them.”

Agent Peggy Carter’s latest mission with the SSR reveals that her impressive skillset now includes code-breaking and flawless Russian, which is odd considering she has been so far severely undervalued by her co-workers and superiors.

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Agent Carter (Season 1, Episode 5 - The Iron Ceiling)

Howling Commandos! Dum Dum Dugan! Peggy out in the field fighting her way to respect, yes! I loved it. Plus creepy Russian assassin school for little girls, and Sousa glimpses a clue to who his mystery blonde is… 963 more words


Throwback Thursday: Agent Carter Episodes 4 & 5 RECAP

Time for a little Throwback Thursday: For some reason, probably because I was juggling work, taking the plunge to dye my hair blonde and preparing for my Super Bowl party, I completely dropped the ball on my Agent Carter recap last week. 669 more words


'Agent Carter' Review - S1 Ep.5 (The Iron Ceiling)

Less than 5 – Skip it, 6 – OK, 7 – Good, 8 – Great, 9 – Phenomenal, 10 – You owe it to yourself to watch this episode! 800 more words