Hey there, Evil Geeks! This week on Transmissions From the Evil Lair, Arthur Harkness, Biff Tannen, Big Evil, C-Mart, and Martian Luthor Kang thoroughly dissect Marvel’s non-reboot, reboot of Marvel’s legendary but somewhat muddy continuity.
Greetings, Evil Geeks! In this new, crazy, mixed-up, SHIELD vs. Hydra world, we’re still getting to know who’s got people where, who has the capabilities to do what, and basically who the players are now that battle lines have been drawn. This week gives us a little set up for what the sides are going to come down to and who’s aligned with who. Confused yet? This is espionage, man! There is no good or bad, just varying shades of grey!
Hey True Believers!
First off, I’m sorry it’s been some time… but this past week has been one of catch up, so I’m gonna catch you up on two weeks of everyones favorite agents with the episodes titled “Making Friends and Influencing People” and “Face My Enemy.” These two episodes have been really cool because we’ve really gotten to see the spy game happening between S.H.I.E.L.D. and HYDRA that wasn’t (in my opinion) as apparent in the first season as our team was really a group of peace-keeper who have in many ways had their status changed to outlaws.
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Greetings Evil Geek Marvelites! Last week Agents of SHIELD came back for a brand new season and right away things got INTENSE! We were introduced to the brand new SHIELD, headed by director Phil Coulson, we got caught up on whatever everyone was up to (becoming a badass, being an insane prisoner, being half a vegetable with hallucinations of a lost love, you know, typical summer stuff), and we were introduced to a brand new baddie: Carl “Crusher” Creel, better known as the Absorbing Man. It was a big first episode and the second one manages to pick up right where the first left off. Let’s talk espionage!
Hey True Believers
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is back and that means that Big Evil and C-Mart are back too…the last time we saw Coulson and company they were wrapping up the whole Deathlok debacle, HYDRA was outed as a splinter cell within the organization, and Nick Fury himself went into hiding and left Phil Coulson in charge as the new Director. So can Coulson and company keep the ship afloat? Read on to find out… Read the rest of this entry
After falling in love with Jim Steranko’s art work from afar I decided it was about time I check out his (criminally small) comics output on Marvel’s Nick Fury: Agent Of S.H.I.E.L.D. and later the first ever Nick Fury solo series. These have been packaged together many times, but might I recommend the trade paperback for S.H.I.E.L.D. by Jim Steranko: The Complete Collection which basically has ever scrap he’s ever touch on the subject bundled together but more importantly the art is restored to the proper coloring it was when it was originally published.