Sarge and his crew cause havoc in Ohio, while May and Mack try to deal with the fact Sarge may be Coulson’s evil twin. Meanwhile, Fitz tries to survive in a hostile spaceship
Season six of Agents of SHIELD is underway. There have been changes, like Gemma in deep space looking for Fitz, and a new villain with a familiar face
We ventured to WonderCon over the weekend and got to talk to the cast of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
After Marvel fans got a hint of her in Infinity War last year, Captain Marvel finally arrived in theaters this week. Brie Larson does a good job introducing CM to the MCU, but a “cat” and a Skrull make bigger impressions.
The agents must decide whether to save Coulson or the world. It looks like they may be doomed to repeat the time loop, but the final result creates triumph….and tragedy. The story of SHIELD, though, continues.
ABC announced that Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD will return for a sixth season…but after Avengers 4. The network says this could be a good thing, and we’ll look at why. We’ll also guess what might happen 13 months from now.
Super-Talbot has let the gravitonium go to his head, and might wind up breaking the world in his effort to “fix things”. Meanwhile, a Kree thinks Daisy is now his property. It all leads to the biggest decision SHIELD has to make, and the price could be too high.
Talbot becomes a super-hero thanks to gravitonoium, but his powers quickly go to his head Meanwhile, Daisy and Elena clash over the need to save Coulson, and SHIELD heads to space for a rescue mission
SHIELD battles aliens who demand the gravitonium the agents have, and send marauders to get it. Elena tries to justify her decision to kill Ruby from last week, and finally reveals Coulson must die to break the time loop.
As for the gravitonium, some of it winds up in a surprising place.
Ruby is set to embrace her supposed destiny as Destroyer of Worlds, but it winds up going very wrong. Also, Talbot’s mission involves kidnapping an important person. A major death, and why it happens, will make things even worse