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(Entertainment Weekly)   'Agents of SHIELD' doing 'Thor: The Dark World' crossover episode directed by 'Star Trek' actor Jonathan Frakes. Now will you watch? Does ABC have to get Han Solo in this show too?   (insidetv.ew.com) divider line 191
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2013-11-02 10:20:45 AM  
If they want to fix Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., here's a tip:

KILL OFF SKYE.

There, Marvel: 70% of the problem is handled. You're welcome.
 
2013-11-02 10:29:24 AM  

ZeroCorpse: If they want to fix Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., here's a tip:

KILL OFF SKYE.

There, Marvel: 70% of the problem is handled. You're welcome.


I agree with this. And try to give the science nerds a good story. Their characters annoy me. Too wholesome and giggly for agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
 
2013-11-02 10:34:06 AM  
If Marvel wants to spike the Agents of Shield ratings, the hour long crossover should basically just be 40 minutes of Natalie Portman self-pleasuring herself with Thor's hammer.  Boom.  Best rated show in television history.
 
2013-11-02 10:47:22 AM  
I think Captain America was the best-made of the Phase I movies, but I was pleasantly surprised by Thor.
 
2013-11-02 10:49:54 AM  

ThatBillmanGuy: Gunther: ThatBillmanGuy: This. He gets his powers taken away, then get banished to Earth. So how does he earn his powers back? By making Natalie Portman breakfast? Taking a metal hand to the face?

Yeah, I mean; it's not like Odin tells him he'll get his powers back when he becomes worthy of them (eg, by dying in a fight to protect innocent people) or anything.

It's not a great movie, but if you missed that I'm wondering whether you were paying enough attention for your opinion of it to be worth anything.

Wow, way to make it personal. Pleeeease teach me to watch movies since you're so much better at it than everyone else.

Do I care if you value my opinion? Not entirely. This is a forum for people to discuss things and sometimes those opinions may differ from yours, right?

Anyway, I agree that it's not a great film, but it's not bad either. I'm just saying his time on Earth seemed rather.... pointless for the most part. Yeah, dying to save a bunch of innocent people proves he's not the warmongering asshole Odin thought he was. But as far as character development reaching that point, it just seemed forced and tacked on, to me. But that's my worthless opinion. Next time I'll read the cliff notes version of what we're allowed to have an opinion on according to Gunther.


I'm sorry my fairly minor criticism of your misinterpretation of the plot of a comic book movie so upset you. To prevent this happening again, I'm gonna favorite you as "delicate flower".
 
2013-11-02 10:56:35 AM  
I had my doubts about the first Thor movie, but it was a lot better than I expected. And I liked it even better after rewatching it recently. It holds up, and my wife and I are very excited to see the sequel.

I really, really want Agents of SHIELD to succeed. I want it to be good, but the show frustrates me. My biggest gripe is with Fitz and SImmons. I don't know who they are because they have no conflict with each other. I know a lot more about the two scientists in Pacific Rim because all those two guys did was bicker. Their conflict defined their characters, their worldview, and their relationship. We need a lot more of that on Agents
 
2013-11-02 11:09:52 AM  
this show is absolutely horrible. my 6 year old can't stand it because there's too little action, i hate it because the writing is shiattier than the power rangers. who is the star? only one bug eyed actress has any character development and it is shallow. it's just an unwatchable show.
 
2013-11-02 11:19:33 AM  

scamp-dun-emer: Well, I just had a public nerdgasm.


Right?
I'm so sick of the nerd hate about this show. If you  don't like it, fine. Don't farking watch it. But also, don't be part of that "dime a dozen" stereotype of nerds hating comic book things.
It's a TV SHOW SET IN THE MARVEL UNIVERSE!
WEEKLY!
It's not a knock off like Heroes.
"Oh, wagh! It's not good enough!"
Fark you.
I was watching spandex clad Captain America on his dumb motorcycle before most of you could even read, so if you say this is really bad, you don't know shait.

/I'm there for you Coulson
 
2013-11-02 11:29:46 AM  

Shrugging Atlas: doglover: But really the time is nigh for a Deadpool movie. Marvel should really make that happen nowish.

Marvel has no control over the movie rights of Deadpool.  They're controlled by Fox which is why a character with the name shows up in one of the horrible Wolverine movies.


I don't get the love for Deadpool. Perhaps fun in small doses, but there's no way a Deadpool movie could work. He's a shallow, one dimensional character. It might play well to the hardcore comic book crowd, but that's about it. General audiences would receive it about as well as they did Spawn.
 
2013-11-02 11:34:28 AM  

soporific: I really, really want Agents of SHIELD to succeed. I want it to be good, but the show frustrates me. My biggest gripe is with Fitz and SImmons. I don't know who they are


May and generically-handsome-dude are playing very one-dimensional characters as well. The fact that I can't even remember generically-handsome-dude's name despite watching 5 episodes of a show where he's a main character should tell you how well-developed he is. Skye isn't a great character but at least she's got recognizable personality traits other than "stoic".

Zombie DJ: It's a TV SHOW SET IN THE MARVEL UNIVERSE!
WEEKLY!
It's not a knock off like Heroes.
"Oh, wagh! It's not good enough!"
Fark you.


It's been pretty mediocre so far, dude; it's OK to admit that. Just being set in the marvel universe doesn't mean we should mindlessly support it.
 
2013-11-02 11:40:45 AM  

Orgasmatron138: I think Captain America was the best-made of the Phase I movies, but I was pleasantly surprised by Thor.


HawgWild: People are excited to see the next Thor movie? The only movie worse than the last Thor movie was the Captain America movie. Ugh. Couldn't even make it through that one.


i don't know why i find these sort of opposing comments funny, but i do.  movies are totally subjective, some people might love a movie other people hate, and vice versa.  even fans of a particular genre (superhero movies) will totally disagree about movies within that genre, and it fascinates me why that is the case.
 
2013-11-02 11:52:39 AM  

Gunther: ThatBillmanGuy: Gunther: ThatBillmanGuy: This. He gets his powers taken away, then get banished to Earth. So how does he earn his powers back? By making Natalie Portman breakfast? Taking a metal hand to the face?

Yeah, I mean; it's not like Odin tells him he'll get his powers back when he becomes worthy of them (eg, by dying in a fight to protect innocent people) or anything.

It's not a great movie, but if you missed that I'm wondering whether you were paying enough attention for your opinion of it to be worth anything.

Wow, way to make it personal. Pleeeease teach me to watch movies since you're so much better at it than everyone else.

Do I care if you value my opinion? Not entirely. This is a forum for people to discuss things and sometimes those opinions may differ from yours, right?

Anyway, I agree that it's not a great film, but it's not bad either. I'm just saying his time on Earth seemed rather.... pointless for the most part. Yeah, dying to save a bunch of innocent people proves he's not the warmongering asshole Odin thought he was. But as far as character development reaching that point, it just seemed forced and tacked on, to me. But that's my worthless opinion. Next time I'll read the cliff notes version of what we're allowed to have an opinion on according to Gunther.

I'm sorry my fairly minor criticism of your misinterpretation of the plot of a comic book movie so upset you. To prevent this happening again, I'm gonna favorite you as "delicate flower".


Heh. Cool. I knew it'd be taken that way. But once you hit post, you're committed. Which color am I?
 
2013-11-02 12:02:37 PM  
I think Simmons needs the most development.. at least about Fitz, we know he's squeamish about dead bodies, and he's noticed Skye's breasts.
 
2013-11-02 12:03:17 PM  

Zombie DJ: scamp-dun-emer: Well, I just had a public nerdgasm.

Right?
I'm so sick of the nerd hate about this show. If you  don't like it, fine. Don't farking watch it. But also, don't be part of that "dime a dozen" stereotype of nerds hating comic book things.
It's a TV SHOW SET IN THE MARVEL UNIVERSE!
WEEKLY!
It's not a knock off like Heroes.
"Oh, wagh! It's not good enough!"
Fark you.
I was watching spandex clad Captain America on his dumb motorcycle before most of you could even read, so if you say this is really bad, you don't know shait.

/I'm there for you Coulson


Preach it, brother. [fist bump]

Not that it'll do any good. Fanboys complain. It's what they live for.
 
2013-11-02 12:04:50 PM  
I like the show.

Comic nerds are way too picky to deserve TV airtime, I guess.
 
2013-11-02 12:05:38 PM  
1. Kill off Skye
2. Get rid of Roll Fizzlebeef
3. Have the nerds have a bigger purpose,
4. Add a C list or B list superhero
5. Get AIM involved
6. KILL OFF SKYE.
 
2013-11-02 12:07:32 PM  
ThatBillmanGuy:

Anyway, I agree that it's not a great film, but it's not bad either. I'm just saying his time on Earth seemed rather.... pointless for the most part. Yeah, dying to save a bunch of innocent people proves he's not the warmongering asshole Odin thought he was. But as far as character development reaching that point, it just seemed forced and tacked on, to me.

I think the time on Earth and the loss of powers were necessary to humanize the character a bit.  He starts off as an alien 'god' living in a super-advanced society where he's the heir to the throne, why would someone in that position care about Earth?  They had to find a way to give him compassion for humans to set up the events for The Avengers.

It looks like Thor: TDW is going to up the ante considerably in terms of epic battles and Asgard powers, so it also helped to have a lower baseline to start from.
 
2013-11-02 12:14:03 PM  

LectertheChef: Shrugging Atlas: doglover: But really the time is nigh for a Deadpool movie. Marvel should really make that happen nowish.

Marvel has no control over the movie rights of Deadpool.  They're controlled by Fox which is why a character with the name shows up in one of the horrible Wolverine movies.

I don't get the love for Deadpool. Perhaps fun in small doses, but there's no way a Deadpool movie could work. He's a shallow, one dimensional character. It might play well to the hardcore comic book crowd, but that's about it. General audiences would receive it about as well as they did Spawn.


A Deadpool movie is reportedly in the works.  But, it's Fox.
 
2013-11-02 12:17:49 PM  
Great Odin's raven!
 
2013-11-02 12:21:26 PM  
And now we can see how Shield will survive a few more boring years.  They can shamelessly serve as an advertisement for the next big Marvel movie (Winter Soldier and Avengers 2 are coming up).

Too bad the show itself is pretty awful.
 
2013-11-02 12:21:44 PM  

Gunther: It's been pretty mediocre so far, dude; it's OK to admit that. Just being set in the marvel universe doesn't mean we should mindlessly support it.


I give it no points for trying to sell it to fanboys with the Marvel tag.  It's a shiat show, with shiat writing, shiat plots, shiat effects, and shiat characters except for Coulson.
 
2013-11-02 12:23:21 PM  
This is a surprise?

I suppose having Frakes on board to direct is a little bit of a surprise but much less so when one remembers he is pretty much a director now.

They were always going to cross over the movies with the tv series. What is stupid is they didn't do more with the TV show to hype the upcoming movie.
 
2013-11-02 12:30:15 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: I keep hearing it being called a procedural, and while it may borrow certain elements, that isn't really the feel of the show.  They need to do a better job of creating the season spanning arcs, but so far it's been much more fluid than something like CSI or NCIS.


Technically it's a monster of the week show, but that means exactly the same thing as a procedural, just for a fantasy show, so...

//Still a bit sad that it's not that good.  Not terrible, but basically Fringe without Fringe's one or two charismatic actors.
 
2013-11-02 12:35:26 PM  

Moodybastard: This is a surprise?

I suppose having Frakes on board to direct is a little bit of a surprise but much less so when one remembers he is pretty much a director now.

They were always going to cross over the movies with the tv series. What is stupid is they didn't do more with the TV show to hype the upcoming movie.


Probably they had to make sure the six episode order didn't have any ties that lock it near any date.  While the Fall was the most likely outcome, mid-season replacement was probably on the table.  The show has a lot of room to improve.  However, it actually has been getting better.  Also the impression that Shield is disappointing in the ratings is currently false.  I don't think ABC expected it to outperform NCIS and it's been competitive with The Voice.  It's also solid in the key demographics.
 
2013-11-02 12:35:35 PM  
Oh goody, another thread about this piece of garbage show.

I'm going to go enjoy my heroes fighting the league of shadows Wednesday instead.
 
2013-11-02 12:40:36 PM  

rocky_howard: SpinStopper: Frakes knows his shiat. Don't judge him until you've seen how he does this episode ;)

Yeah, I'm soooo excited to see the director of Star Trek: Insurrection on a show that's already bad enough.

Sure, he directed First Contact too, but eh, Insurrection is just...wow.


Frakes directed a bunch of episodes for Leverage too, and was perfectly competent.

And my main complaint about  Agents of SHIELDso far is the lack of Marvel feel. I know Marvel IP is a minefield of permissions, but there are thousands of characters, places, and things to draw on. It's a SHIELD series, where's Clay Quartermain? Jasper Stillwell? Jimmy Woo? Countess Valentina? Any of those would be more interesting than the dull-as-dishwater characters we've been following so far. If this upcoming episode doesn't bring it, I'm off the bandwagon.

/yes, I know, who cares?
//stop don't liking what I like
 
2013-11-02 12:57:15 PM  

Nefarious: Moodybastard: This is a surprise?

I suppose having Frakes on board to direct is a little bit of a surprise but much less so when one remembers he is pretty much a director now.

They were always going to cross over the movies with the tv series. What is stupid is they didn't do more with the TV show to hype the upcoming movie.

Probably they had to make sure the six episode order didn't have any ties that lock it near any date.  While the Fall was the most likely outcome, mid-season replacement was probably on the table.  The show has a lot of room to improve.  However, it actually has been getting better.  Also the impression that Shield is disappointing in the ratings is currently false.  I don't think ABC expected it to outperform NCIS and it's been competitive with The Voice.  It's also solid in the key demographics.


I was pretty certain it was going to be picked up for a full season unless it completely tanked. Disney /Marvel/ABC see the money potential in the comic book movies, the series doesn't have any top dollar stars and they can recycle production elements from the movies.
I do expect it to improve. I've said before I loved Babylon 5 and its first season was very weak.
 
2013-11-02 12:58:19 PM  
The show is boring, the acting wooden, and overall it suffers from being constantly compared to the jaw dropping effects in the Marvel movies.
 
2013-11-02 01:00:56 PM  

hammer85: I'm going to go enjoy my heroes fighting the league of shadows Wednesday instead.


Arrow? Really, that's the alternative?
 
2013-11-02 01:03:20 PM  

deadsanta: The show is boring, the acting wooden, and overall it suffers from being constantly compared to the jaw dropping effects in the Marvel movies.


The bolded part is the biggest problem I think.  There are still a lot of people that apparently expect it to be The Avengers on TV, and that's just not possible from a budget standpoint.

I'll give you that the characters started out fairly shallow, but they've been adding some depth over the past few episodes, and things are going on the right track.  Some people have decided to hate it after seeing one or two episodes, and apparently nothing will change their minds, so whatever, but if you've been paying attention you can see that things are starting to fall into place.

As far as the characters go though, Coulson has been great since day one, I've liked Skye since she came onboard, Ward has taken more time, but 'Eye Spy' really helped his character, and the scientists are amusing, though I'd like to see more of them.  Ming-Na's character is really the only big trouble spot for me.  Something needs to be done there, because right now she just comes off as moody and biatchy, not very fun to watch.
 
2013-11-02 01:08:19 PM  
One thing we can all agree on.  Thor is pretty.

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2013-11-02 01:08:44 PM  

eddievercetti: hammer85: I'm going to go enjoy my heroes fighting the league of shadows Wednesday instead.

Arrow? Really, that's the alternative?


You mean the show that's infinitely better than shield in every way, then yes, it's a pretty good alternative
 
2013-11-02 01:12:59 PM  

eddievercetti: 1. Kill off Skye
2. Get rid of Roll Fizzlebeef
3. Have the nerds have a bigger purpose,
4. Add a C list or B list superhero
5. Get AIM involved
6. KILL OFF SKYE.


You there, yes you. STFU.

i232.photobucket.com
 
2013-11-02 01:15:16 PM  

chewielouie: eddievercetti: 1. Kill off Skye
2. Get rid of Roll Fizzlebeef
3. Have the nerds have a bigger purpose,
4. Add a C list or B list superhero
5. Get AIM involved
6. KILL OFF SKYE.

You there, yes you. STFU.


And you idiots are why this show will never be good.
 
2013-11-02 01:16:34 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: ThatBillmanGuy:

Anyway, I agree that it's not a great film, but it's not bad either. I'm just saying his time on Earth seemed rather.... pointless for the most part. Yeah, dying to save a bunch of innocent people proves he's not the warmongering asshole Odin thought he was. But as far as character development reaching that point, it just seemed forced and tacked on, to me.

I think the time on Earth and the loss of powers were necessary to humanize the character a bit.  He starts off as an alien 'god' living in a super-advanced society where he's the heir to the throne, why would someone in that position care about Earth?  They had to find a way to give him compassion for humans to set up the events for The Avengers.

It looks like Thor: TDW is going to up the ante considerably in terms of epic battles and Asgard powers, so it also helped to have a lower baseline to start from.


The scene that worked for me a little better was when he was in the shield interrogation room and talking to Loki. Thor accepted his banishment and even wished his brother well as ruler, even though at the time he didn't know Loki was lying his ass off. Yet his acceptance and understanding that he had been kind of a dumbass didn't earn him the power of Thor right there, even though, to me, it seemed he had learned humility and the consequences of his actions by doing that. But I guess he needed to sacrifice himself too.
 
2013-11-02 01:50:21 PM  
Too bad a Captain Riker show never happened. He was certainly among the best Trek actors, and maybe the most fan friendly.
 
2013-11-02 01:53:12 PM  
'Agents of SHIELD' doing 'Thor: The Dark World' crossover episode because such crossovers will be the only thing that keeps the show on the air.
 
2013-11-02 01:54:37 PM  

chewielouie: eddievercetti: 1. Kill off Skye
2. Get rid of Roll Fizzlebeef
3. Have the nerds have a bigger purpose,
4. Add a C list or B list superhero
5. Get AIM involved
6. KILL OFF SKYE.

You there, yes you. STFU.

[i232.photobucket.com image 160x90]


If that's the only reason you watch the show, may I introduce you to this thing called "the internet" and this other thing called "porn" you can find there for free.
 
2013-11-02 02:02:36 PM  

hammer85: chewielouie: eddievercetti: 1. Kill off Skye
2. Get rid of Roll Fizzlebeef
3. Have the nerds have a bigger purpose,
4. Add a C list or B list superhero
5. Get AIM involved
6. KILL OFF SKYE.

You there, yes you. STFU.

And you idiots are why this show will never be good.


You said that a day or two ago.
 
2013-11-02 02:06:00 PM  

Alphax: hammer85: chewielouie: eddievercetti: 1. Kill off Skye
2. Get rid of Roll Fizzlebeef
3. Have the nerds have a bigger purpose,
4. Add a C list or B list superhero
5. Get AIM involved
6. KILL OFF SKYE.

You there, yes you. STFU.

And you idiots are why this show will never be good.

You said that a day or two ago.


I'm well aware. Statement still stands. Not like the same animated gif posted two days apart is all of a sudden going to make me go "oh right, covered boobs, that's why I watch this show!"
 
2013-11-02 02:06:37 PM  

doglover: But really the time is nigh for a Deadpool movie.


No.

I have to say I don't get the fanboi wank over Deadpool, but that's not the point. My reason for saying "no" is that the movie (as listed at IMDB) is going to star Ryan Reynolds. That last one alone should be enough reason for you to not want a Deadpool movie; I sure as hell wouldn't want a character I liked portrayed by Reynolds.
 
2013-11-02 02:09:28 PM  

chewielouie: eddievercetti: 1. Kill off Skye
2. Get rid of Roll Fizzlebeef
3. Have the nerds have a bigger purpose,
4. Add a C list or B list superhero
5. Get AIM involved
6. KILL OFF SKYE.

You there, yes you. STFU.

[i232.photobucket.com image 160x90]


Go buy a Playboy, dude.

I want actors who can, y'know, ACT with their words and facial features and gestures; Not their boobs.

Skye is a terrible character. Chloe Wang Bennet is a terrible actress. It doesn't matter how much sex appeal they try to wedge into the show, it's still agonizing listening to her speak.
 
2013-11-02 02:12:26 PM  

chewielouie: eddievercetti: 1. Kill off Skye
2. Get rid of Roll Fizzlebeef
3. Have the nerds have a bigger purpose,
4. Add a C list or B list superhero
5. Get AIM involved
6. KILL OFF SKYE.

You there, yes you. STFU.

[i232.photobucket.com image 160x90]


Wow boobs. There's this thing called character development...

hammer85: eddievercetti: hammer85: I'm going to go enjoy my heroes fighting the league of shadows Wednesday instead.

Arrow? Really, that's the alternative?

You mean the show that's infinitely better than shield in every way, then yes, it's a pretty good alternative.


I know they brought Deathstroke and Bronze Tiger to the party so maybe they got something. More than the 5 second Gravitron cameo.
 
2013-11-02 02:13:48 PM  

ZeroCorpse: chewielouie: eddievercetti: 1. Kill off Skye
2. Get rid of Roll Fizzlebeef
3. Have the nerds have a bigger purpose,
4. Add a C list or B list superhero
5. Get AIM involved
6. KILL OFF SKYE.

You there, yes you. STFU.

[i232.photobucket.com image 160x90]

Go buy a Playboy, dude.

I want actors who can, y'know, ACT with their words and facial features and gestures; Not their boobs.

Skye is a terrible character. Chloe Wang Bennet is a terrible actress. It doesn't matter how much sex appeal they try to wedge into the show, it's still agonizing listening to her speak.


Really?  I think she's done a good job in the role so far.  The biggest complaints all seem to boil down to 'she's too pretty to be a hacker living in a van, thus she can't act'.  She can't help how she looks, but I think she's acted well thus far.  Give her time to grow into the character and it will get even better.
 
2013-11-02 02:14:58 PM  

ZeroCorpse: Skye is a terrible character. Chloe Wang Bennet is a terrible actress. It doesn't matter how much sex appeal they try to wedge into the show, it's still agonizing listening to her speak.


Agonizing?  Really now, I know you hate everything, but..
 
2013-11-02 02:16:21 PM  

eddievercetti: 6. KILL OFF SKYE.

You there, yes you. STFU.

[i232.photobucket.com image 160x90]

Wow boobs. There's this thing called character development...


Wait, you want her boobs bigger?
 
2013-11-02 02:19:12 PM  

eddievercetti: chewielouie: eddievercetti: 1. Kill off Skye
2. Get rid of Roll Fizzlebeef
3. Have the nerds have a bigger purpose,
4. Add a C list or B list superhero
5. Get AIM involved
6. KILL OFF SKYE.

You there, yes you. STFU.

[i232.photobucket.com image 160x90]

Wow boobs. There's this thing called character development...

hammer85: eddievercetti: hammer85: I'm going to go enjoy my heroes fighting the league of shadows Wednesday instead.

Arrow? Really, that's the alternative?

You mean the show that's infinitely better than shield in every way, then yes, it's a pretty good alternative.

I know they brought Deathstroke and Bronze Tiger to the party so maybe they got something. More than the 5 second Gravitron cameo.


Deathstroke has been around since season 1. Their most recent additions are brother blood, black canary, ras al ghul/league of shadows, and hints at professor ivo and amazo.

Oh and we know flash shows up soon.
 
2013-11-02 02:20:08 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: eddievercetti: 6. KILL OFF SKYE.

You there, yes you. STFU.

[i232.photobucket.com image 160x90]

Wow boobs. There's this thing called character development...

Wait, you want her boobs bigger?


No.

I want the show to make me give a damn about her yet not make her loathsome.

BTW May and Simmons are hotter.
 
2013-11-02 02:20:30 PM  
hammer85: eddievercetti: hammer85: I'm going to go enjoy my heroes fighting the league of shadows Wednesday instead.

Arrow? Really, that's the alternative?

You mean the show that's infinitely better than shield in every way, then yes, it's a pretty good alternative.

I know they brought Deathstroke and Bronze Tiger to the party so maybe they got something. More than the 5 second Gravitron cameo.


Bronze Tiger was a let down, but he's not dead, so you know he can come back. Deathstroke is still a "good guy" for now, although that could change very quickly. Black Canary's true identity is pretty ridiculous, but I like how they're using multiple episodes to show why that particular huge suspension of disbelief was warranted.
 
2013-11-02 02:21:17 PM  
Okay so how the hell did we get into this thread this far and NOT have pictures?!

Starting with the obvious, the man himself, Clark Gregg.

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Always keep in mind: Agent Coulson almost had Hawkeye kill Thor, with no need for higher authorization.

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Friends and allies now.

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Stopping here but honestly, I could keep going for quite a while.

/I tumblr roleplay and crossplay as Agent Coulson
 
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