Brian loaned me his old bow for the Fleadh on Saturday and on my word it is beautiful. It plays so well.
Handsome male protagonist, too good at his job, anti-social soldier loyal to a fault with a predictable childhood trauma which makes him the man of steel with a gooey center?
How about double agent working for the most terrifying group in history, who kills without flinching while simultaneously falling for the one variable he couldn’t account for?
Orphan girl trying to find a family of her own, discover the truth about her mysterious past, all the while fighting for the underdog and remaining a true optimist?
How about the hacktivist who became an agent and part of something bigger, and when the man she’s alone with turns out to be the enemy she kissed she kisses him again and cons the spy?
Platonic bros who finish each other’s sentences?
He’s in love with her, she couldn’t be more clueless.
Bada** soldier girl?
Former prankster, former optimist, forced back to badassery by her loyalty to one man while being manipulated and seduced by another.
The good guy, the stalwart and the moral compass, the man who could not be shaken.
Possibility he’ll lose his mind at any moment, his loyalty and duty to the cause is his greatest weakness and probably his downfall.
It’s a story you’ve already heard, the band of misfits rallying together for the greater good, for a cause bigger then themselves. About learning how to work together and make each other strong and being there for each other when it counts.
It’s about people who are trained to take orders, and to trust the agent beside you with everything but your secrets. It’s about the place where loyalty is a double edged sword and the truth is all about where you stand.
THIS ISN’T THE SHOW YOU THOUGHT YOU SIGNED UP FOR.
My music theory class at school is comprised of these categories people:
- hipsters (most of them)
- average public school graduates with average public school fashion
- nerds with fandom references (I’m in this category)
- homeschool graduates (there are two of us)
- one 40 year old mom
- one extremely patriotic 60-something US Navy veteran who comes to school wearing “God Bless America,” “One Nation Under God,” and “US Navy,” t-shirts and jackets 95 percent of the time.
You know what gets me about Coulson and Audrey? THEY WERE HAPPY. They were in love, and they were happy, and they were in a healthy relationship and we’re seeing so many dysfunctional relationships on this show, that probably the one totally healthy relationship there not working out is just heartrending.
OK OK OK OK OK OK GUYS I HAVEN’T READ EARTH-616 BUT
AND ERIC KOENIG
AND THE DARKFORCE
ARE ALL IN IT
AND IT HAS A LOT OF SHIELD STUFF.
AND IT’S AN ALTERNATE REALITY.
I AM GOING TO HAVE TO READ THIS.
PLS GET ME TO THE NEAREST COMIC BOOK STORE.