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Agent Carter Review: "Smoke and Mirrors"

Here’s my review of Agent Carter season two episode “Smoke and Mirrors.” Please note that this isn’t a recap of what happens. I’m assuming that you’ve already seen the episode. 634 more words

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Marvel's Agent Carter Season 2 "Smoke & Mirrors" Recap

In this week’s Agent Carter we get the origin story of both Peggy Carter and Whitney Frost.

The Origins of Agent Peggy Carter

The episode opens with a young Peggy Carter playing knights and dragons with her older brother Michael. 1,055 more words

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'Agent Carter' Star James D'Arcy Talks Season 2 Evolution, Jarvis' Past

“Marvel’s Agent Carter” was a hit with critics right out of the gate (if not a ratings juggernaut, more’s the pity), but in the show’s zippy second season, the ABC drama has undeniably found its groove; evolving into a confident and consistently compelling confection that effortlessly manages to blend energetic spy hijinks and adroit humor with disarmingly incisive commentary on the gender politics and racism of 1940s America in general and Hollywood in particular — an… 978 more words

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Marvel's Agent Carter Season 2 "Better Angels" Recap

Apologies for the lack of recapping the first two episode of season 2 of Marvel’s Agent Carter but time got on my side. But basically, Peggy was sent to LA, discovered Zero Matter, found a potential new love interest in Jason Wilkes (Reggie Austin) and Dottie Underwood is still on the loose. 1,212 more words

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Character Study: Edwin Jarvis

Even though Agent Carter is a miniseries airing during the winter hiatus of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the series continues to establish itself as one of the most important narratives Marvel has produced for… 349 more words

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Marvel Monday :: 5 thoughts on Agent Carter's premiere

As per the two-hour premiere last week.

5. Please for the love of any god let Violet (Sarah Bolger) be happy.
I’m not just saying this because she’s my beloved Mary Tudor and I ache for her sadnesses there as I celebrate her joys.   679 more words