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Season 5, Episode 12 – “The Real Deal” – Reviewed!



The 100th episode of any televised program traditionally signals – THE END. Inside this episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Season 5, Episode 12, The Real Deal, we are given some FALSE elements, nightmarish visions, heroic rescues and puffy eyes. It’s all here, and more inside this episode of The Agents of SHIELD Podcast – … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 12 – “The Real Deal” – Reviewed!


Season 5, Episode 11 – “All the Comforts of Home” – Reviewed!



One could only imagine that an incredibly important “signal” was coming from St. Louis, MO – that dealt with Agents of SHIELD on ABC. While we would LOVE to think that that emitted signal was THIS – The Agents of SHIELD Podcast, what we find inside this episode, Season 5, Episode 11 – All the … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 11 – “All the Comforts of Home” – Reviewed!


Avengers (2012) – A Perspective Review



The concept of a “Superhero Team” had been thought about, drawn up, and shown to human eyes millions of times and satisfied every eye that saw them – on the written comic book page. When you talk about live-action television and feature films well – “Superhero Team” efforts, especially ones worth their salt when it … Continue reading Avengers (2012) – A Perspective Review


Season 5, Episode 10 – “Past Life” – Reviewed!



What happens when you’re told that one of your most-favored characters has to die this episode? How about if you’re told and can “feel” that at least ONE of our hero team is going to die? How about that MULTIPLE CHARACTERS are going to die? There’s something to an episode that doesn’t only get your … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 10 – “Past Life” – Reviewed!


Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) – A Perspective Review



How does one become an on-film character that not only represents a nation but is the leader of what will be a decade+ of Marvel Cinematic Universal entries that will last a lifetime? The worry, beyond casting Captain America, was how on Earth could we take a strapping (and hopefully talented) actor, toss him into … Continue reading Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) – A Perspective Review


Season 5, Episode 9 – “Best Laid Plans” – Reviewed!



What happens when you discover that the plan you’ve made – isn’t the one that’s going to work, but only a piece of what needs to be done? The fact is that no ONE THING is ever enough regardless of the effort, and things have never been truer in this regard, than during THIS episode … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 9 – “Best Laid Plans” – Reviewed!


Thor (2011) – A Perspective Review



There’s something to be said, when you hear that Hollywood is going to take a Norse God the princess from the STAR WARS prequels, and make a feature film. While originally not a mainstream comic book hero, Thor is one with very interesting storylines, character arcs, and what not too long ago would have been … Continue reading Thor (2011) – A Perspective Review


Season 5, Episode 8 – “The Last Day” – Reviewed!



The inter-workings of traveling through and in time – are complex. While we’ll all have many days, what if you were able to move through them, cataloging your experiences, interactions and more as the not-yet-recorded events happen as you barrel towards tomorrow’s doom. There’s a LOT to unpack inside this most-recent episode of Marvel’s Agents … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 8 – “The Last Day” – Reviewed!


Season 5, Episode 7 – “Together, or Not at All” – Reviewed!



Escape: the act of evacuating physically. An inclination to retreat from unpleasant realities through diversion or fantasy. An Album by the rock group, Journey, 1981. Regardless of YOUR definition of the word “escape” it’s what at the center of another episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD on ABC and Hulu streaming. Action. Questions. Familiar characters … Continue reading Season 5, Episode 7 – “Together, or Not at All” – Reviewed!


The Incredible Hulk (2008) – A Perspective Review



Big characters often require big actors to jump aboard a movie but – what happens when that’s not the case? In fact, what happens when the “star” of the movie will be entirely CGI’d? The answer, in most cases, when so much computer generated art is implemented is often disappointing. Inside 2008’s The Incredible Hulk, … Continue reading The Incredible Hulk (2008) – A Perspective Review