The second season of the action drama spin-off from 'Marvel Avengers Assemble' (2012). Clark Gregg reprises his role from the film as Agent Phil Coulsen, who runs an elite team for the Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division. Together these agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. must investigate and hunt down strange occurences posed by new threats and a rising number of supervillains. The episodes are: 'Shadows', 'Heavy Is the Head', 'Making Friends and Influencing People', 'Face My Enemy', 'A Hen in the Wolf House', 'The Writing On the Wall', 'The Things We Bury', '...Ye Who Enter Here', 'What They Become', 'Aftershocks', 'Who You Really Are', 'One of Us', 'Love in the Time of Hydra', 'One Door Closes', 'Afterlife', 'Melinda', 'The Frenemy of My Enemy', 'The Dirty Half Dozen', 'Scars' and 'S.O.S.'.
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A lot of people have been very sniffy about 'Agents of SHIELD' and admittedly Season 1 took a while to get going, but Season 2 builds on the best aspects of that improvement to become its own entity. The gradual reveal of The Inhumans plot, the tensions beween the team members and the rivalry between new and old SHIELD are all expertly handled. Of particular note are excellent performances by Ian de Caestecker and Elizabeth Henstridge, some terrific fight sequences for Sky/Daisy and an over-the-top turn from Kyle McLachlan as Cal. The only disappointment is the lack of extras (some rather dull bloopers aside). It would have been nice to hear showrunners' views and the kind of cast banter that's viewable on Youtube. Roll on Season 3!
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