Marvel’s Agent Carter “Hollywood Ending” (2016.03.01) – In Review

“Hollywood Ending” brings the second season of Agent Carter to a close, an appropriate title since the majority of season two’s action has been in Los Angeles. A lot has to be resolved before it’s all said and done though, with the major story line coming to an end, while resolving the fate of a multitude of characters – and leaving one character in an unresolved state. <continue reading>

Marvel’s Agent Carter “Monsters” (2016.02.16) – In Review

“Monsters” carries on the plotline for Agent Carter and the second season; with Whitney Frost (Wynn Everett) descending deeper into the darkness. She’s wiped out half the Council and her husband, taking control of it for herself, with Joseph Manfredi (Ken Marino) as her right hand man. Much of the episode concerns itself with hidden agendas, intrigue, and the stakes presented by Zero Matter. <continue reading>

Marvel’s Agent Carter “Life of the Party” (2016.02.16) – In Review

“Life of the Party” – a curious episode title for Agent Carter, given that this episode, in carrying on with the plotlines of season two, features a considerable amount of death. Zero Matter (aka the McGuffin of the season), the fate of Doctor Wilkes (Reggie Austin), and the machinations of Whitney Frost (Wynn Everett) dominate the episode. <continue reading>

Marvel’s Agent Carter “Smoke & Mirrors” (2016.02.02) – In Review

“Smoke & Mirrors” bounces back and forth in time for two characters this time out, as we see a steady amount of flashbacks for both the protagonist and Big Bad of season two for Agent Carter. Both Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) and Whitney Frost (Wynn Everett) get their pasts fleshed out somewhat in this episode, which nonetheless moves the current narrative forward in terms of the SSR’s investigation of Isodyne Energy, as well as the predicament Jason Wilkes (Reggie Austin) finds himself in. <continue reading>

Marvel’s Agent Carter “The Lady in the Lake” (2016.01.19) – In Review

Agent Carter returns for a second season, carrying on the adventures of Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) as she serves as an agent of the SSR in the years after the Second World War. It takes the action away from the New York City of the first season and brings things into Los Angeles for a new season of action, big bads, and dark conspiracy. <continue reading>