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S.H.I.E.L.D Headcanon

Agent Skye is 1) the daughter of Phil Coulson and Melinda May, rather than an incarnation of Daisy Johnson (Quake), 2) an ethical hacker working for S.H.I.E.L.D. 43 more words


Plotting Stupid

So I discovered Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.was available on Netflix a few days ago (the movie-TV business would go broke if it depended on me, I don’t rush to see anything on day one, that’s for idiots with a lot more willingness to part with their money than I have), and being a fan of the Superhero Genre I decided to see if it was as good as I hoped. 685 more words


Editorial | I Would Rather Answer to Captain Picard than Agent Coulson

A friend of mine and I were recently re-watching season one of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. to catch up on the episodes we had missed.  A big emphasis in the second half of the first season was Coulson’s realization that what he had been told about his brief death, resuscitation, and recovery after the Battle of New York was not the entire truth.  811 more words


a page from: Secret Avengers no.11 (2014)

Photo from the digital version, for review purposes
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ADVICE TO YOUNG GIRLS 2015.01.02: Get That

It’s 2015 now and my New Year’s Resolution is to not buy any comics that I already know are going to suck. It’s a terrible thing, my job: all these comics are virtually wholesale price so I don’t think anything of buying some piece of garbage because, hey, it’s so much cheaper than if I was buying it somewhere else! 1,493 more words

Advice To Young Girls

S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 Review

S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 says that it is inspired by the hit TV series.  If you look at the cover of this first issue then you can see some familiar faces, or a close facsimile of those faces, so I guess I can give them the “inspired by” quote without much fuss. 464 more words


S.H.I.E.L.D. #1 Review

S.H.I.E.L.D #1 may not have the captivating, innovative art that characterized the government agency’s book back when Jim Steranko was illustrating, but it is blessed to have the medium’s most knowledgeable writer at the helm in Mark Waid. 463 more words