Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. has had more than its fair share of troubles over the years, but the show's Season 4 premiere and the fiery introduction of Marvel character Ghost Rider at least give off the appearance of the comic book series being better off than when we left it.
The six-month time jump that closed out Season 3 meant the premiere acted as a soft reboot for a series that's had a number of them already, and without the dead weight that was Brett Dalton's Hive arc, the series has more direction and feels more invigorated than it has in a while.
Part of the reason for that is the introduction of Gabriel Luna as Robbie Reyes, the show's version of Ghost Rider, who is invoking vengeance on the streets of East Los Angeles. But the fact that Coulson ...Read more
A shocking secret is revealed about Mace that puts S.H.I.E.L.D. in danger.
Based on Marvel's fictional government organization, S.H.I.E.L.D. It shows that not all heroes have to be super.
Agent Phil Coulson (The Avengers) recruits a new team to go into the field and handle any cases involving the strange and the bizarre. Accompanying him are solo field agent Grant Ward, field agent turned desk jockey Melinda May, and British scientists Leo Fitz and Gemma Simmons. Coulson soon recruits a civilian computer hacker known only as Skye, a mystery woman with an unknown past.moreless