The fourth season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been a wild one, from the debut of Ghost Rider to killer LMDs to the Secret Empire world of Agents of Hydra, the ride has been intense. Now it ends here in a season finale that’s sure to go out with a bang. Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “World’s End.”
Just as the first season of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy animated series began with a gauntlet of shorts on Disney X-D, so does the second season. Come on, with a movie sequel coming, you knew a second animated season was coming as well, right? Meet me after the jump for my thoughts…
Sometimes things get lost in the shuffle and fall through the cracks. While it’s true I’ve reviewed most of the two seasons of the “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” animated series at Biff Bam Pop!, I haven’t done them all. Here, we set the wayback machine for the second episode, and the conclusion of “The Avengers Protocol” story, after the jump.
Since the recent original graphic novel Avengers: Rage of Ultron, Hank Pym and Ultron are now closer than ever, but there was a time when you couldn’t mention one without the other. Pym probably won’t be a part of the Avengers: Age of Ultron movie, and he hasn’t yet been mentioned in conjunction with the animated version of the robotic villain in “Avengers Assemble.” Maybe that changes with this episode. Meet me after the anthill jump for my thoughts on “Small Time Heroes.”
So Captain America is out, and Spider-Man is in. That doesn’t seem like a happy replacement at all for me. But then again the title of this week’s episode of “Avengers Assemble” still brings me nothing but agita after well over a decade. All this and Ultron too, as the animated team seems closer to reenacting Civil War than Age of Ultron… Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “Avengers Disassembled.”
After far too long a hiatus, Disney XD’s animated “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” is finally back, picking up on one of its hanging plotlines, this time the whereabouts of the Mind Stone. Guess who’s got it? Big head M.O.D.O.K., and he’s using it to take over S.H.I.E.L.D. Meet me after the jump for more acronymic madness, and my thoughts on “Head to Head.”
After an unusually long break, Uprising finally continues. On the trail of The Clairvoyant, our heroes are equally pursued by their old companion Mike Peterson, who has been transformed by their enemies into Deathlok. Trapped between friends who may be enemies, and enemies who used to be friends, the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. stand at the crossroads of what may well be the beginning of the end. Meet me after the jump for my review of “The End of the Beginning.”
Finally, after far too long a hiatus, “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble” is back, and it’s back with a vengeance. In this episode Earth’s Mightiest Heroes try to take down their enemies in The Cabal once and for all, or do they? Meet me after the jump for my review of “Bring On the Bad Guys!”
For even the Avengers, sometimes when you can’t beat them, you have to join them. That’s the plan in the newest episode of “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble,” as Captain America and Iron Man go deep undercover to join the Red Skull’s Cabal, and soon find themselves facing the deadly villains alone. Join me after the jump for my thoughts on “In Deep.”
Change just for the sake of change. I hate it. I’ll counter it with another cliché. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. This is why “Avengers Assemble” irritates me so much. The source material is terrific. The source material produced a bestselling comic book franchise, and a billion dollar movie blockbuster – why muck with it? Those were my very thoughts when I first saw the teenaged Molecule Man in this newest episode of “Avengers Assemble,” but things are not always what they seem, as you’ll see in my review of “Molecule Kid,” after the jump.