In good news for today, the TV show Agents of SHIELD is coming back on Friday, Dec. 1! I really like that show! Glad to know it’s still going strong.
This time, they’re gonna be in space! That should be neat. I’m definitely going to watch!
Speaking of Marvel shows, I finished The Punisher last night and it’s good…it’s just not a show about the Punisher. I’ll have a list/review up next week!
I hadn’t planned it this way, but I guess today is all about showing off the upcoming Ghost Rider in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Though this picture doesn’t look as cool as his flaming car.
Hopefully the skull face looks a little better in action or when it’s not looking straight on directly at us. But hey, he looks like Ghost Rider, and it sounds like they’re gonna stay true to the character. What more could we ask for? Ghost Rider is gonna be in a TV show! And not his own show. A live action Ghost Rider is guest starring on a regular TV show, because that’s what gets to happen nowadays!
Marvel and ABC have been slowly doling out looks at Ghost Rider in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and here’s the best one yet! It’s a quick little snippet of flaming car, but it’s pretty sweet.
See? It’s on fire! I’m definitely super excited now. Brig on new Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.!
As we heard some time ago, Ghost Rider is coming to Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.! Makes sense. That show could use a shot in the arm, and a real comic superhero could definitely provide! Plus, I don’t think Ghost Rider would fit into the Netflix shows. And it would be a real stretch to find room for him in the movies. Plus, I’m pretty sure society holds up the Nicholas Cage Ghost Rider movies as godlike, amiright? Something like that…
Anyway, here is our first look at Gabriel Luna as the Robbie Reyes Ghost Rider!
Looks cool as far as I’m concerned. I approve of Agents‘ choice of the Robbie Reyes version. Johnny Blaze and the rest are cool, but Robbie Reyes can be cool, too. He’s got a lot of good story to work with, even if his comic didn’t exactly pan out. I think a lot can be done with him.
I just hope Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. doesn’t make him an Inhuman. That would be terrible.
The latest season of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. came to an end last week, and I wanted to take a moment to reflect on the state of Marvel’s only remaining network TV show. I’ve been an avid watcher since the show started, and I also take in a lot of other superhero TV shows. We are living in a great time for superhero entertainment. Believe me, I’m thrilled.
I enjoyed Season 3 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., but I don’t think it has lived up to the promise of a Joss Whedon TV show set within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This third season saw the agents team up with a few scattered Inhumans to take on an evolving HYDRA, and we learned that HYDRA’s true purpose was to summon an ancient, Inhuman god back to Earth to rule (I guess Red Skull missed that part?). The agents and their Inhuman Secret Warriors took on this god — named Hive — after he possessed the dead body of former agent Grant Ward. They also visited an alien planet!
It was a solid season, and we’re definitely getting a fourth. So join me after the jump for my thoughts of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.! There will be FULL SPOILERS for Season 3!