Welcome friends, 2015 is nearly at an end and like always, many sites are doing their best and worst lists of 2015. However, just like last year, I feel like we should look back and rather remember the best or the worst, we should remember the most disappointing works of 2015, the ones we wanted to be good so much,…
So hey, remember that Dubsmash War during San Diego Comic-Con between the casts of Agent Carter and Agents of SHIELD? Well, it’s not over. Round 2 will begin September 2nd and this time...it’s
to the death for charity!
First and foremost, this is the first and hopefully not last in a series that hopefully becomes a mainstay of the Observation Deck entitled “Pop Discourse”. The focus will be a series of point/counterpoint/alternate-point type discussions on matters of popular culture and speculative fiction media.
So, you remember the Dubsmash War between the cast of Agent Carter (specifically, the wonderful Hayley Atwell and James D’Arcy) and the cast of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.? Well, it just got better:
So almost the entire lineup of the All-New, All-Different Marvel Universe has been revealed and there are, of course, some things that stayed the same and some things that were radically different. But not every book was there — after all, Marvel did say it would be releasing 55-60 new books. So what books should they…
Tvline is reporting that both James D’Arcy and Enver Gjokaj have officially signed up for season two of Agent Carter. Chad Michael Murray, Lyndsy Fonseca, and Bridget Regan(YES MORE DOTTIE PLEASE) are in talks to be in season. Those talks need come through, at least for Angie and Dottie cause we all need those two…
Looks like Peggy is moving for season two. During upfronts, ABC released the new synopsis for the new season:
By now, I have seen four posts pop up about Agent Carter’s renewal (including one by me, which I then promptly deleted). And, uh, we probably shouldn’t do that. So this post isn’t just about Agent Carter! It’s about the state of Marvel Television as a whole.
Variety is reporting that Marvel’s Agent Carter AND Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD are on the list of ABC’s renewals!
Marvel's Agent Carter has been a hit for the critics and the fans alike. While the ratings aren't anything to write home about (especially against the NCIS juggernaut), there's a fairly good chance that Peggy Carter will return to us in some form. The question is, how should the show return?
Agent Carter's first(?) major mission has been completed, but how does it all tie into the Marvel Universe, and what questions are left unanswered?
I don't want to spoil anything... but... I do... buuuuuut...
One of Captain America's worst enemies makes his presence official as he torments Peggy's teammates in the penultimate Agent Carter episode, but what is Item 17, and what the heck is a "SNAFU"?!
Agent Carter goes from star of the SSR to Public Enemy No. 1 - but what comic and literary connections were there this week?
This show has been up and down. LOVED last episode when Carter had an actual mission and rejoined the Howling Commandos. I'm feeling a letdown so far this week... I don't like anyone who works in the station. Scenes in the station or in the chief's office really don't interest me. I'm sick of the mumbling good ole…
The Agent Carter series has done a great job of passing the Bechdel Test, but Peggy's brief appearance in last year's Captain America: The Winter Soldier established a romantic future SSR's toughest agent, but is her future-husband in the series?
This week's Agent Carter reveals the origin of an Avenger, brings back the Howling Commandos, and finally has Peggy take charge! It all seems too good to be true. Is this the rising action before the fall?
Agent Peggy Carter reasserts herself as a bad ass even as she learns uncomfortable truths - but who is the World War II Marvel villain in this episode, and who is The Man in the cameo?
Marvel's Agent Carter is back with a surprisingly diverse set of emotional punches and more of the most obscure Marvel characters ever. Let's see just how far into the back issue bins the show dug for some comic book references!