Nearly all shows worth watching are on cable networks--AMC with Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead, HBO with Game Of Thrones, FX with American Horror Story, etc.
Captain America's been torn apart, now he's a court jester with a broken heart/he said "Turn me around and take me back to the start/I must be losing my mind, are you blind? I've seen it all a million times"
i think it will need some special appearances to catch and keep an audience since while it does have a whedon writing it, its not Josh but his son.. I compare Whedonesque shows to his best: Firefly and Buffy. Both of those hooked their audiences within the first 30 min. I haven't seen anything so far except Buffy and Firefly alumnus. I expect there will be a tie in to the new Thor movie next month but its moving very slowly.
ok, who writes "goo goo at a at a, fukin jew heeb"?
"fuckyoubigot i dont like you're sig" "repeated annoying comments" The Lord is not my Shepherd for I am not a sheep.
It's OK, but they are going to have to discover a superhero sometime.
Or something that references something in the Marvel Universe, other than the movie. There is a One-Shot on the Avenger's Blu-Ray that shows a SHIELD agent retrieving a Chitauri weapon after the Battle of new York. Check it out, if you haven't yet. It's only on the BR, not the DVD.
The ridiculousness of the raft plugging the hole is ok, or smashing concrete when they land is fine too. if people want to complain about realism in a SUPERHERO adventure I just don't get the argument because the whole premise is unbelievable to begin with when you look at the line for baseline reality.
I really enjoyed Episode 1
Episode 2 was blah at best, didn't care for it except for the last few minutes when Fury was flipping out.
I hope Episode 3 improves I will watch it tonight.