- Format: Blu-ray
- Language: English
- Subtitles: English
- Region: All Regions
- Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
- Number of discs: 5
- Rated:Not Rated
- Run Time: 939.00 minutes
1.)It all began, three years ago, with Skye...
‘The secret is out. For decades your organizations stayed in the
shadows hiding the truth, but now we know. They are among us -
heroes, and monsters. The world is full of wonders-
-We can’t explain everything we see, but our eyes are open. So what
now? There are no more shadows for you to hide in. Something
impossible just happened. What are you going to do about it?’
...and, by the end of the pilot episode, when Coulson blasts off in
his flaming red 1962 Chevy Corvette convertible flying car, I
realized Joss Whedon had just hooked me again!
2.)definitely takes off where Season 1 ended, with S.H.I.E.L.D.
(Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement, and Logistics
Division) having collapsed due to extensive infiltration by Hydra.
The principal cast, consisting of Clark Gregg (Phil Coulsen),
Ming-Na Wen (Melinda May), Brett Dalton Grant Ward), Chloe Bennet
(Skye), Iain De Caestecker (Leo Fitz), and Elizabeth Henstridge
(Jenna Simmons) are joined by Nick Blood (Lance Hunter) and
Adrianne Palicki (Bobbi Morse) and all turn in excellent
performances. There is a lot more action and suspense in year two
with various sub-plots occurring to keep you on your toes. The very
much improved special effects simply adds to the overall value. One
of the aspects that makes the Marvel Cinematic Universe so great
happens to be the wealth of characters and being able to draw on
them. Appearances by Lady Sif (Jaimie Alexander), Timothy "Dum Dum"
Dugan (Neal McDonough), Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) and Maria Hill
(Cobie Smulders), to name a few,
3.)Life in the Marvel Universe is never easy.
It is fraught with danger from the weird and REALLY weird; its
heroes and heroines are often conflicted and their lives are more
akin to a roller coaster ride than a pleasant drive to grandma's
house for Sunday dinner.
That pretty much sums up Season Two of "Marvel's Agents of
S.H.I.E.L.D." In this season the erstwhile men and women who are
sworn to protect just about everyone must dodge government agents
and the military - who are convinced they are terrorists - and do
battle with villains ranging from the truly evil masters of HYDRA
to "InHumans" with strange powers. Along the way they must also try
to get along with each other, which isn't as easy as it sounds, and
adjust to new team members.
Oh, and they must also forge alliances with people who have
betrayed them in the past in order to accomplish their missions.
The result: Excellent television.