Synopsis: Firestar #1 was written by Tom DeFalco with art by Mary Wilshire and Steve Leialoha and opens with a girl and her grandmother at breakfast. Angelica Jones is having the lines on her hand explained as her being special. This doesn't go over well with Angelica's father Bartholomew who is struggling with having to… Continue reading December 1985: Firestar 1 – I don’t think Grandma is going to make it.
Synopsis: X-Factor #1 was written by Bob Layton with pencils by Jackson Guice and inks by the two of them along with Joe Rubenstein and opens with Scott Summers the former X-Man called Cyclops using his powerful optic blasts to chop wood in his Alaska home. His wife Madelyn calls him in and there's clearly tension… Continue reading November 1985: X-Factor 1 – Think maybe Ghostbusters gonna sue somebody?
Agent Phil Coulson – Clark Gregg
Agent Melinda May – Ming Na Wen
Agent Leopold Fitz – Ian De Caestecker
Agent Gemma Simmons – Elizabeth Henstridge
‘Skye’ – Chloe Bennett
Alfonso ‘Mack’ MacKenzie – Henry Simmons
Lance Hunter – Nick Blood
Barbara ‘Bobbi’ Morse – Adrianne Palicki
Glenn Talbot – Adrian Pasdar
Calvin Zabo – Kyle MacLaughlin
Grant Ward – Brett Dalton
Antoine ‘Trip’ Triplett – B.J. Britt
Robert Gonzales – Edward James Olmos
Gordon – Jamie Harris
Raina – Ruth Negga
Overview: First shown on 24 October 2014, season 2 opened capitalised on the strong finish of season 1 and pushed the story forward with an uneven, but highly entertaining 22 episodes. Rather than a huge global organisation, now S.H.I.E.L.D. is the small scrappy underdog against all sides, the US government, Hydra and other groups. Secrets, tension and uncertain loyalties abound.
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Synopsis: Captain America #307 was written by Mark Gruenwald with art by Paul Neary and Dennis Janke and opens with Captain Britain carrying Captain America to catch a flight back to the US from England, where after Cap gets on the flight for free with his Avengers ID, tries to avoid talking to a WWII… Continue reading April 1985 – Captain America 307 – Or, 3 pages of Cap and then Nomad, what is this Sunday service?
I'm taking a two week break from the blog to take a holiday with my wife (the Mighty Rosie) and our son (the Unstoppable Samuel) to celebrate my sister-in-law's wedding. My Marvel Life will return, but some stuff comes first. Ta ta for now kids
Synopsis: Machine Man 15 was written by Tom DeFalco and drawn by Steve Ditko and opens with Aaron (Machine Man) Stack getting himself ready in the morning, along with his room-mate Peter. At Aaron's job at Delmar Insurance, colleagues Pamela Quinn, Eddie Harris and Maggie Jones talk about Aaron as if he isn't… Continue reading March 1980: Machine Man 15 Or is that what insurance adjusters actually do?