The future is in peril in “Know Your Onions,” as the Agents of SHIELD race the clock before the Zephyr blinks out of 1931.
Agents of SHIELD takes us all the way back to the agency’s origins in its 7th season premiere, “The New Deal”, which offers some shocking twists hidden under a muted color palette.
“Collision Course (Part II)” seemingly puts an end to Izel, Sarge and the Shrikes all at once. But things are never what they seem on Agents of Shield.
Agents of Shield pus its characters on a “Collision Course” in part one of an explosive showdown that pits Sarge against Izel, and places Fitzsimmon unwittingly against Mack and the crew.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. strands its characters on planet Kitson, in jail, and at times in the narrative during “Toldja.”
“Inescapable” is Agents of SHIELD at its bottleneck best, letting Fitzsimmons hash out their issues and proving once more that together they’re unstoppable.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. takes us back to Coulson’s last days in “The Other Thing,” using them to explore May’s grief and reaction to Sarge.
Is Jessica Jones a hero or just someone with powers? Since the show first premiered in 2015, that question has plagued the protagonist, and Season 3 attempts to tackle it once again. Returning to Netflix on June 14, Jessica Jones enters its third and final chapter. Based on the eight episodes made available for review, […]
In “Code Yellow,” Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. brings Deke back into the fold and proves that it knows how to have a good time.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. takes a break to revel in the power of friendship and hallucinogens in “Fear and Loathing on the Planet of Kitson.”