Posts Tagged ‘agents of shield’

BOOM! Exercises Agents of SHIELD’s Best Qualities

by Laura Cerroneon February 8, 2017
Episode 13 – BOOM! BOOM! Was a perfect amalgamation of what Agents of SHIELD does best, combine adjacent MCU storytelling, with its own original characters, with lots of heart and action. While the episode didn’t boast the biggest plot developments, it surely expounded on the tenets of good television. It offered so many levels to […]

Pass the Hot Potato Soup to Us – Agents of SHIELD

by Laura Cerroneon February 1, 2017
Episode 12 – Hot Potato Soup Avenger references, meta call-outs and emotional pinpricks were at the center of Agents of SHIELD’s Hot Potato Soup. With the return (and introduction) of the Koenigs (Sam, Billy, Thurston, LT… RIP Eric), we were promised an episode with a touch of light-heartedness. We love the Koenig’s nerdiness, and Patton […]


Wake Up Serves Emotions for Agents of SHIELD

by Laura Cerroneon January 25, 2017
Episode 11 – Wake Up Wake Up got two things very right, character interaction and the acting. Solid on both fronts, it does mask some of the glaring plot holes that addled the episode. Agents of SHIELD continues its foray into the messy world of LMDs. Despite the questionable gaps in plot, the episode was […]

Agents of SHIELD Segues With The Patriot

by Laura Cerroneon January 18, 2017
Episode 10 – The Patriot   As Agents of SHIELD nears the halfway point of its fourth season, they seemed to finally have grasped the art of the filler episode. While The Patriot was not without fault or plot hole, it managed to bridge the murky territory between one big plot point to the next. […]


Agents of Shield Returns with Broken Promises

by Laura Cerroneon January 11, 2017
Episode 9 – Broken Promises ‘Broken Promises’ ushered in the next chapter in Agents of SHIELD and the small corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe it encompasses. Juggling Life Model Decoy’s (LMD) and the arrival of a new Inhuman, the return of AoS was a good display in the show’s capability of maneuvering between storylines. […]

Five Reasons to be Psyched for Slingshot

by Laura Cerroneon December 9, 2016
Six digital episodes of Agents of SHIELD spin-off Slingshot premiere on app on December 13. The episodes center on Elena ‘Yo-Yo’ Rodriguez and are between three to six minutes long, which means you can binge them in a single sitting. This post does contain spoilers for the season four winter finale of Agents of […]


Agents of SHIELD Bends Laws for Winter Finale

by Laura Cerroneon December 8, 2016
Episode 8 – Law of Inferno Dynamics  Heavy in scientific exposition and manipulating storylines, the winter finale of Agents of SHIELD marks the closing of the first main plot line in season four.   With Eli Morrow gaining seemingly god-like powers due to his science experiment with the Darkhold, SHIELD scrambles to put together their big […]

Agents of SHIELD is All in on Deals with our Devils

by Laura Cerroneon November 30, 2016
Episode 7 – Deals with our Devils Agents of SHIELD returned from their brief hiatus with the seventh episode of their fourth season. We last left off with Robbie Reyes’ uncle Eli Morrow unleashing the power he had been working on at Momentum Labs all those years ago. What ensued was trapping Coulson, Fitz and […]


Agents of SHIELD Nails Ghost Rider Origin in The Good Samaritan

by Laura Cerroneon November 2, 2016
Did you all watch this episode? Is your jaw still on the floor? Good, keep it there until Agents of SHIELD returns after a few weeks break due to the United States election and Thanksgiving. We’ll get into our review in just a second, but we did want to say HOLY S*#! Marvel has introduced […]

Locking in MCU Ties with Agents of SHIELD’s Lockup

by Laura Cerroneon October 26, 2016
Episode 5 – Lockup With an episode opening on a huge Marvel reference, Lockup was sure to be a delight. And it was, with a prison riot, blackmailing and plenty of kickass scenes. The reference we alluded to stems from several posters shown in the background of the basement Lucy and Joseph Bower had originally […]