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Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic – Season 1

This series premiered in 2013 and the first season showed up on Netflix, seemingly, immediately. I put off watching it for a while, but I finally decided to give in and watch Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic. I was going to just do a write-up of the entire series, but the story is so heavily partitioned that I thought it best to do this one season at a time. 4680

Agents of SHIELD: Beginning of the End – Season 1 Episode 22

Everything's set up and all that's left is to let the dominoes stall. It's the season finale and the confrontation between Garrett and Coulson is impending. Not all of the story lines from the series get wrapped up, but it's still a very entertaining episode and it encompasses a lot of things that make the Marvel Cinematic Universe great. Recap At the barbershop Coulson, Skye, May and Trip are in a firefight with Cybertek soldiers. May gets her hands on the Berserker staff and the team is able to fight their way out. Once they have a chance to regroup, Coulson informs them that they have a tracker on the plane but that they don't know where Fitz-Simmons are. He surmises that the best way to get them back is to find Garrett and take him down. To that end, they head straight to Cybertek. On the plane, Garrett's feeling the positive effects of the GH-325. He ripping doors off of walls and writing alien looking figures on things. Ward is concerned that Garrett's behaving erratically and starts to try to talk him out of leaving HYDRA now that he's got what he wants. Garrett seems more interested in whatever knowledge he obtained when the GH-325 was injected into him. Even though Ward is concerned, Raina seems to be right on board. She has a conversation with Garrett where she finally gets to ask him the question she wanted to know when she believed Garrett was clairvoyant: "What will I become". Apparently, the

Kuroko No Basuke Season 1

I love anime that are based on american sports. You can always count on some ridiculous special abilities, some liberties with rules and concepts of the game, and some over the top dramatic reactions to...well, anything. Kuroko No Basuke or "The Basketball Kuroko Plays" (or even KuroBasu) is easily the best sports anime I've seen in a while. It keeps a lot of the standard anime flair while, so far, managing to actually stay somewhat genuine to the sport it's portraying. 331