Coulson is on the run, but what classic Marvel superhero could join him, and for that matter who are those Inhumans hanging around? All this and more in this week's Agents of SHIELD breakdown!
Can you spot six difference between the comics version of Marvel's undead cyborg assassin Deathlok on the left, and the TV incarnation of the character as he'll appear on on Agents of SHIELD on the right? Because I can spot several hundred.
Now this is more like it. After announcing that Lady Sif would make an appearance on Agents of SHIELD, Marvel's Jephn Loeb announced that two more comics characters were also appearing on the show — the cyborg Deathlok and the Asgardian sorceress Lorelei. And the kicker is that we've already met Deathlok.
At the blog The Brave and The Bold: The Lost Issues, blogmaster Ross teams Batman up with absolutely everybody, copyright be damned. Check out the never-was issues of The Brave and The Bold, guest-starring Alpha Flight, Deathlok, and KISS!
It's a week where Wonder Woman gets her ass kicked, Hercules recruits superheroes for some assaultin', and dinosaurs migrate south for the winter. Oh, and a Portland detective agency opens its doors for business. Oh, comics! How we're cravin' you.
Paul McGuigan is best known for directing quirky thrillers like Lucky Number Slevin. He told us about branching out with the paranormal action-adventure film Push — and his involvement with Marvel's abortive Deathlok movie. Spoilers.