Marvel’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap: “The Only Light in the Darkness”

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Welcome back, True Believers!  Last week’s episode gave us an in-depth look at Agent Garrett’s, aka Bill Paxton’s, Hydra.  Fun was had by all as the charismatic team took over a S.H.I.E.L.D. installation and rallied behind the idea that the once nearly omnipresent agency was unraveling at the seams.  Meanwhile, the Agents tried to pick up the pieces and were met by Agent Koenig, aka Patton Oswalt, in a secret base set up by Nick Fury.  On tonight’s episode, the often mentioned “Cellist” (love interest of Coulson originally brought up in the Avengers movie) makes an appearance, played by Amy Acker.  Also, another villain from the funny books makes his Marvel “movie-verse” premiere. Hit the jump for our recap of “The Only Light in the Darkness.”

Marvel’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap: “Providence”

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War has changed and so too have the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.  Following last week’s episode and the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, the agents are left without the resources of which they’ve become accustomed.  The series has begun to turn itself around with traitors, espionage, and revelations coming fast and heavy, throwing some unexpected curveballs our way.  Did I also mention that this episode sees the arrival of Agent Eric Koenig, played by comedian extraordinaire Patton Oswalt?  Can the agents defeat Hydra that have taken over S.H.I.E.L.D. bases across the world?  Will the show continue its hot streak moving forward?  Has Ward turned heel for real?  Hit the jump for our recap.

A Look at Future Marvel Comics Adaptations by 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, and Marvel Studios

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I think we can safely say that we are living in a golden age … a golden age of comic book movies.  From follow-ups to the Avengers franchise, to a newly rebooted Spider-Man series, to past and present X-Men uniting to fight giant robots, who would have thought we’d ever see any of this during the days when we were lucky to get a Blade movie once in a blue moon? Though with this glut of costumed heroes hitting the silver screen, it’s sometimes hard to keep straight what is rumor and what is fact.  Seems like the perfect time to walk through what has been confirmed and what is still rumor in the world of Marvel’s mutants, gods, and charismatic billionaires in iron suits.

Hit the jump for an overview of the future Marvel comics adaptations—from Marvel Studios, Sony Pictures, and 20th Century Fox—that we have on tap for the coming years.

Marvel’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap – “Turn, Turn, Turn”

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Welcome back, true believers!  Well, if you have yet to see Captain America: The Winter Soldier, let me tell you that if you don’t want it spoiled for you, hold off on watching this week’s episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. or, obviously, from reading this recap.  Major events went down that not only affected the agents, but also the Marvel Movie-verse at large.  How will these events affect the scooby gang?  Has the Clairvoyant’s identity been truly revealed?  Who is Agent May really working for?  All these questions and more may or may not be answered as you hit the jump for my Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. recap.

Everything You Need to Know about 1950s CAPTAIN AMERICA: A Potential Preview for CAPTAIN AMERICA 3

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With Captain America: The Winter Soldier now playing here in the States (I’ve seen it and it’s fantastic), rumors abound regarding what could take place in the next Cap film.  The directors of The Winter Soldier, Anthony and Joe Russo, have already signed on to return for Captain America 3 and have hinted toward the addition of the 1950s “psychotic” Captain America, who is, in a nutshell, “Captain America gone wrong”.  Whether or not this is the case is yet to be seen, and a lot can change between now and the film’s May 6, 2016 release date, but just in case, we thought it would be best to get you prepped and suited up regardless.

Hit the jump for a rundown of what the 1950s Captain America comics run entails, which just might serve as a Captain America 3 preview when the Marvel sequel rolls around.

Marvel’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap: “End of the Beginning”

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Welcome back, S.H.I.E.L.D.-ites!  Starting this week, its a one way ticket to the season finale as ABC/Marvel has promised no more breaks between weeks until the end of the first season. In tonight’s episode, “End of the Beginning”, Bill Paxton, as Agent Garrett, returns on a mission to discover the identity of the Clairvoyant, but with the big bad in his sights, can the newly established Deathlok be far behind?  Will Agent May’s apparent heel turn be further explored?  What about the naked blue man in the tube? Hit the jump for my full recap.


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By the Hoary Hosts of Hoggath!  If you even remotely recognize this statement, you may be familiar with Marvel’s biggest practitioner of the mystic arts, Dr. Strange.  Dr. Stephen Strange is currently the Sorcerer Supreme of the Marvel Universe and ruminations have been coming in hard and fast about the good doctor in relation to the Marvel movie landscape.  It would seem at this point, with rumors ranging from Marvel bringing in Johnny Depp to discuss the character to Marvel studios looking at various directors to helm the project, that it’s not a question of if Strange will find himself joining the ranks of the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy, but when!  Don’t know much about the Master of the Mystic arts? Well strap on your Eye of Agamotto and dig out your Wand of Watoomb from the closet, because Collider has you covered. Hit the jump for our look at Dr. Strange. 

Marvel’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap: “Yes Men”

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Previously on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Skye was saved from the jaws of death by a drug taken from a blue man in a tube! Hey, it’s Marvel, you knew what you were signing up for with this. In this latest episode, the Asgardian warrior Sif, played by Jaimie Alexander from the Thor movie series, enters the fray to take down a rogue villainess named Lorelei (Elena Satine).  Can the agents stop this Asgardian from creating an army of men who’ve fallen under her spell?  Will more be revealed about the mysterious pseudo “Dr. Manhattan” in a tube?  Stay tuned true believers and hit the jump for our recap of tonight’s episode.

Marvel’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap – “T.A.H.I.T.I.”

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And we’re back!  After a month long hiatus, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns with an episode that promises some big guest stars entitled “T.A.H.I.T.I.”  When last we left off, Skye had been shot and the team began scrambling to find a way to save her as she clung desperately to life.  Along with this predicament, Marvel’s Deathlok has been introduced through the character of Mike Peterson who continues to work for the nefarious Centipede and the mysterious Clairvoyant.  This week, the team meets Agent Garrett, a grizzled super spy who shares a past with Agent Coulson, played by Bill Paxton. Will his arrival be game over for the agents? Hit the jump for our recap.

An Introduction to the Villains of Marvel’s GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY

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Well I’m sure we’ve all been singing “Hooked on a Feeling” for the better part of this week after the release of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy trailer on Tuesday.  There have been numerous articles, including a few of our own, going into the protagonists of the story itself; who they are, where they came from, and where they may be going.  However, it seemed prudent to change things up a little and delve into those characters looking to cause trouble for the lovable raccoon and tree duo, to say nothing of the other three Guardians (played by Chris PrattZoe Saldana, and Dave Bautista).  Let’s delve into the murky underbelly of Marvel’s next big undertaking by looking at all of the villains that are set to make appearances in director James Gunn‘s Guardians of the Galaxy.  Hit the jump for an in-depth look at the baddies of the Marvel comics.

An Introduction to PREACHER: the Story, the Characters, and the Controversy

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AMC has recently announced that they have begun development on a TV series adaptation of the graphic novel, Preacher, to executive produced by the team that brought us This Is the End, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg.  Preacher has had a long and frustrating history with attempts at jumping to both the silver and small screens, coming extremely close thanks to directors and producers who loved the source material, but couldn’t quite push it to fruition.  With The Walking Dead being the television juggernaut that it is, along with Mad Men and Breaking Bad to name a few, AMC has become a great platform for cutting edge shows that can push the envelope, and Preacher should fit right in.  With a glowing endorsement from the original creator, Garth Ennis, on the upcoming series, I am very excited to see the show begin to develop and thought this would be the perfect opportunity to introduce readers to the story, its characters, and what may make this the next big television success.  Hit the jump for more.

Cast and Crew of Starz’s BLACK SAILS Series Discuss Their Roles, Origins of the Show, and Introducing Audiences to a Different Take on a Life of Piracy

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Black Sails is Starz Network’s latest offering following a band of pirates in the “golden age of piracy”.  Taking place in 1715 in the British colony of New Providence Island, Black Sails is looking to offer its viewers a more realistic take on piracy.  Recently, Collider was able to sit down and chat with members of the cast and crew to discuss their roles, the origins of the show, and how they hope to introduce audiences to a different shade of swashbuckling.  Hit the jump as we talk with show creator Jonathan E. Steinberg, Toby Stephens (Captain Flint), Hannah New (Eleanor Guthrie), Luke Arnold (John Silver), Jessica Parker Kennedy (Max), Zach McGowan (Captain Charles Vane), and Mark Ryan (Gates).

Marvel’s AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D. Recap – “T.R.A.C.K.S.”

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. returns!  After a two week hiatus, the show has returned, promising to bring viewers one of the biggest episodes yet.  With promises of more Marvel characters to come, such as Deathlok, Sif, and Lorelei, will this be the episode that ends the slow burn that has been present in the series so far.  Also, this episode, a cameo from the Man himself, Stan Lee. So join us won’t you as we recap episode 13 of Agents, entitled “Tracks”.  Hit the jump!

X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST – An Introduction to a Few Mutants New to the Big Screen, Including Quicksilver, Bishop, Blink and Warpath

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The upcoming X-Men: Days of the Future Past has so much packed into it that it’s almost difficult to keep everything straight. Aside from having most of the cast from the 1970s-based X-Men: First Class present in the movie, this upcoming film, from previous X-director Bryan Singer, also includes members of the franchise’s present, such as Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine, Patrick Stewart’s Professor X, and Ian Mckellen’s Magneto to name a few. Among these old favorites, the film will also be bursting with new mutants who have yet to see the cinematic X-verse.  Collider thought this would be the perfect opportunity to walk you through some of these characters and give you a crash course on the new mutants you’ll be seeing in Singer’s epic time travelling mutant extravaganza!  Hit the jump to make introductions.

Who Is Ant-Man? A Look at Marvel’s Tiniest Hero from Hank Pym to Scott Lang and More

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With the recent news that Marvel Studio’s upcoming movie, Ant-Man, would be moving up its release date to July 17th, 2015, as well as the announcements regarding Michael Douglas’ casting as Hank Pym (the first Ant-Man) and Paul Rudd’s casting as Scott Lang (the second Ant-Man), Marvel’s tiniest hero is looking to make waves in a big way.  On that note, Collider thought this was a great chance to fill you in on who both these Ant-Men were, what they’ve done, and how this may be shown in the upcoming tentpole.  Hit the jump for a breakdown of the smallest Avenger.

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