Thursday, 15 May 2014

13 Questions posed by Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D for Season 2

I found this article on SCREEN RANT and i want to share it with movie lovers out there.
Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has now finished its freshman season on ABC and while the series started on the wrong foot and met harsh criticisms, the tie-ins to Captain America: The Winter Soldier and resulting game-changing events righted the ship. As a result, Agents of S.H.I.EL.D. finished relatively strong (read our review), earned back a lot of respect from fans, and better yet, won itself a second season order.
With the final stretch of the season running with the tagline “it’s all connected,” did the series deliver on that notion? Let’s take a look at some critical questions raised throughout the 22 episodes and ask a few more that remain unanswered as we say goodbye for now to Agent Phil Coulson and his team.

Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has now finished its freshman season on ABC and while the series started on the wrong foot and met harsh criticisms, the tie-ins to Captain America: The Winter Soldier and resulting game-changing events righted the ship. As a result, Agents of S.H.I.EL.D. finished relatively strong (read our review), earned back a lot of respect from fans, and better yet, won itself a second season order.
With the final stretch of the season running with the tagline “it’s all connected,” did the series deliver on that notion? Let’s take a look at some critical questions raised throughout the 22 episodes and ask a few more that remain unanswered as we say goodbye for now to Agent Phil Coulson and his team.

From the markings on the alien body matching designs seen on aliens in Guardians of the Galaxy (mostly seen from the toy lines), along with a name drop from Chloe Bennet (Skye) herself (see here), we’re running under the safe assumption that the alien is a Kree, a species we’re going to meet in Guardians of the Galaxy when it hits theaters this August.
As for who this particular Kree could be, check out point #2. It was a head-scratcher that Coulson failed to ask Nick Fury in the finale about the alien, but again, we did learn earlier that pre-memory wipe, Coulson was a lead on that project so perhaps he knows. The audience however, still does not. In the end, that major plot point which may tie to the next Phase 2 film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe was swept under the rug… or at least an underground bunker’s worth of debris.

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