Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will enter Season 3 in its strongest shape yet, likely getting even better in tackling the famed Secret Warriors, but why wait until the fall? In advance of Comic-Con 2015, a new Season 3 poster gives a hand to our dear Coulson, simultaneously teasing that someone from on the team may find themselves on the outside looking in.
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Our round-up of the All-New All-Different Marvel titles concludes with the books that don't quite fit anywhere else. This is the catch-all category that Marvel tends to call things like 'Marvel Universe', or 'Marvel Knights', or 'Marvel Heroes'. That makes this sound like a clearing house, and the presence of Agents of SHIELD supports that case, but you'll also find some of Marvel's most important titles here; titles that just don't quite fit elsewhere.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. expanded its comic cred significantly in Season 2 with a fuller focus on Hydra and the Inhumans, while its finale pointed toward Nick Fury’s famed “Secret Warriors.” Now, Agents has gone ahead and confirmed that Season 3 will introduce the new team, led by Daisy “Quake” Johnson!
Mondays will be for Supergirl come this October, while The Flash and Agents of SHIELD return to Tuesdays and Arrow is back on Wednesdays. With the CW confirming all of its fall premiere dates, we have a full calendar for the new and returning Marvel and DC super-shows on The CW, CBS and ABC this fall.
Marvel Studios may have opted out of Comic-Con 2015 for any number of reasons, though the dependable folks at Marvel TV will make sure our stay in San Diego isn’t without an Agents check-in. Not only will the Agents of SHIELD be out in full force for a Season 3 panel, they’ll be joined by spiritual predecessor Agent Carter.
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD made clear that Season 3 would focus on assembling a superpowered team of their own, and whether or not the Warriors come out and play, an Inhuman will be out in force. Season 2 guest star Luke Mitchell has been promoted to a full series regular for Agents of SHIELD Season 3, keeping sparks flying between he and Skye.
Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD wrapped up its third season this week, but Coulson’s work is far from finished with Season 3 fast approaching in the fall. To wit, producers have confirmed a major Secret Warriors nod from Tuesday night’s installment, which may already set up Agents of SHIELD’s season 3 tie-in to the MCU. Spoilers for the season 2 finale follow!
Welcome back to the ComicsAlliance post-show analysis for Agents of SHIELD, the spy show set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is where we break down each episode using our unique S.H.L.E.I.D. recap system — recapping the show, looking at highlights and lowlights, and exploring the show’s relationship to both the comics and the wider Marvel movie world.
This week, Jiaying starts a war, everyone fights everyone else, but only the very unlucky fight Mockingbird. The casualties mount up, a family breaks up, and it looks like Phil Coulson might need a hand. 'S.O.S.' Part One was directed by Vincent Misiano and written by Jeffrey Bell; 'S.O.S.' Part Two was directed by Billy Gierhart and written by Jed Whedon & Maurissa Tancharoen.
Well, now this is something of a surprise atop last night’s renewal of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter. Marvel has apparently decided not to follow through with its Mockingbird-centric spinoff after all, despite weeks of development and negotiations.
This week, the agents and the Descendants are on a collision course; everyone tries to trick, manipulate, and position everyone else; and someone doesn't make it out of the episode in one piece. 'Scars' was directed by Bobby Roth and written by Rafe Judkins & Lauren LeFranc. The episode and this recap contain spoilers for Age of Ultron.