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Review: Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD season 5

shield.jpgThis show has come a long way since it’s freshman year.  Characters that were once annoying and served little purpose have become favorites.  Season 5 cements this show firmly in the Marvel cinematic universe in my opinion.

Where it faults is only in things I feel they could have done.  That isn’t to say that the story was bad at all.  In fact, the Graviton twist with Talbot, and use of Absorbing man was unexpected and movie villain worthy.  So where is my complaint?

It’s not really a complaint but instead a missed opportunity.  As a comic book fan, I loved the idea of the 2099 comics.  For those who may not know, this was a line of stories that took place in the year 2099 (which later we find out doesn’t necessarily mean it is our 2099 A.D.)  I won’t go into that, but what I can say is that the whole premise to the first half of this season took place in an alternate future.  I wish they’d have tied it into the comics with those specific stories, instead of what we got.

That being said… What we did get was highly entertaining on a Star Trek level.  The show didn’t feel like the SHIELD of old, but kept true to its nature.  When they finally returned to present day, it was like they hit the reset button.

With plenty of twists and turns, references to what has happened in the movies (including Infinity War) and all out shocking moments (no one is safe in this show), I feel that this was the best season of the show.

I look forward to season 6, and rate season 5 with 3.5 out of 5 sCrypt ratings.  What did you think?  Where do you think they can go from here?  Comment below and let’s discuss.

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