• Its basically just to tie all the Marvel Universes together.

    It doesn't feel like Marvel. The jokes are too forced and the stereotypes too pushed upon us.
    The science is all wrong (i. E. The hole in the plane pulling objects out of it or the element 123-- which is impossible).
    They refer to the Avengers almost as a joke.
    It tries to tie way too much together.

  • I hate anything past Season 2.

    The first two seasons of Agents Of SHIELD were okay. They were a little boring but I liked where it was going. However, I couldn't even watch Season 3 because the whole idea of revenge with May and Hunter killed the vibe. I hate the storytelling. This show ruined my view of SHIELD. SHIELD is a horrible agency which plays favorites, doesn't do things for the "greater good", and is too "black and white". There are "heroes" that I believe aren't actually good. Also, Grant Ward isn't a bad guy. Black Widow did a lot worst but Coulson is too biased to see the whole picture. He would do anything for Skye, but because Ward was a victim of circumstance, he cannot be redeemed.

  • I think that Marvel’s Agents of Shield will be a very bad show.

    I think that Marvel’s Agents of Shield will be a very bad
    show. When I think of Marvel, I think of
    superheroes. Anytime I watch a Marvel
    movie or read a marvel comic book, I’m doing it to learn about
    superheroes. The actual agents of shield
    have no super powers and they are boring.

  • It is horrible.

    As far as a show, it counts as a show. But the content is ridiculously lame. I honestly hope it doesn't go on for another season. I've watched three episodes hoping that it will get good as some point. It doesn't. The movies are focused on the super heroes and their battles with the forces of evil. This show seems to be more about the relationships between the characters. I don't understand why the makers of the show hide their evening version of the Young and Restless behind a Marvel title. Marvel may have the bulge of movie fans, but when it comes to television, they are getting pwned by D.C.

  • Story-Telling Done Right

    This show is great, with well-developed characters. There are a lot of good romantic relationships. But most of all, this show is all about the family. The family dynamic between the members of the team is amazing. They have an undying love and trust in each other and the actors have great chemistry. Not to mention, the show ties in with the larger MCU, especially with the Hydra reveal in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. And each season just gets better! The showrunners know how to reinvent the show, season 4 being my favourite with their 'pods' format which is the writers telling three stories within a season; much better than DC shows who drag one plot for a whole 22 episode season

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  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Is a good show

    The concept is fairly interesting, and the show does a good job of showing it. I think that it was a great idea for Marvel to make this series. Critics of the show have said that it's bad because it's not about superheroes. Newsflash: Marvel has never been just about superheroes. For a few years they published the series "Sgt. Fury and his Howling Commandos", a series about an army unit which was followed by "Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.". Just because a character is superhuman, doesn't make them a superhero, as shown by "Loki: Agent of Asgard" and "S.W.O.R.D.". Personally, I've always thought that the S.H.I.E.L.D. Aspect of the Marvel universe was more interesting than most of the superhero stuff (except for X-Men, and maybe Spider-Man), and I'm really enjoying Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

  • Agent Phil Coulson Rocks!

    The focal character of the show, Agent Phil Coulson, is deftly played by Clark Gregg. After seeing him in several "Marvel" movies, Coulson finally gets his own lead in the "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." The show is great because it's more about characters and less about special effects. The episodes still have some of the grit of Marvel Comics without the bang for your buckatude from the "Marvel's Avengers" movie. It helps that Josh Whedon is on board to direct while Stan Lee writes, so ABC's entertainment value as it relates to the comics is unmatched. ABC is doing this the right way and I can't wait to see the season finale in May!

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