Marvel's Netflix series has finally arrived, bringing together four notable franchises.
Marvel's Agents of SHIELD (AoS) has gone through its ups and downs over the past four seasons. With the 5th season of the show coming up, I decided to sit down, re-watch and re-hash the first four seasons of the sometimes forgotten branch of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Spider-man movie franchise gets it's 3rd reboot. This time, with Tom Holland playing the titular web-slinger. This also marks the character's first MCU film. 7725
As Marvel keeps adding movies to the MCU it's natural to assume that they'll eventually make a movie that drops the ball. Especially when they advertise their movies for so long and get them surrounded by so much hype. However, Guardians of the Galaxy is not going to be the movie that drops that proverbial ball. Warning, spoilers ahead. 7585
During the spring 2017 season, I put a moratorium on doing episode-by-episode write-ups on the TV shows I was following. I felt like there were starting to get to be too many shows and that too many of the ones I was doing write-ups on had become comic book based. Obviously, I love that genre, but I wanted to take a step back and remember what it was like watching those shows normally. I also figured that there's more than enough people doing up to the minute coverage of this whole genre. So, I sat back and watched, and here were my takeaways from the season. 7591
The season 4 finale of Agents of SHIELD.
Everyone is reacting to the recent return of the SHIELD agents from the Framework, but there's no smooth sailing. There are three immediate situations being addressed when the episode opens: The Zephyr, Ivanov's base and ... the beach.
It's been 10 days since Daisy and Simmons went into the framework. Time is starting to run out for them in both worlds.
The true purpose of Aida's activities in the framework is revealed.
While Mace leads SHIELD on a mission to retrieve Daisy, she finds herself in the clutches of Dr. Fitz.