Sure, the Marvel Legends Phil Coulson had his own giant alien gun to blast people with, but it’s unlikely we’ll ever get to see a Lola in the same scale for him to ride around in. Good job Funko are here to provide their giant-headed Agent Coulson with a flying hot rod to ride then!
There's a secret step between 'announcement' and 'release' for action figures - 'factory figures hitting eBay'. It's always a sign that new toys will soon be on the way, and often our best look at something before it hit shelves - and today we're treated to a trio of MCU SHIELD agents: Coulson, Hill and Fury, oh my!
The characters of Agents of SHIELD will join the Marvel comic book universe on December 31st, in the first issue of S.H.I.E.L.D. And the variant covers have the team meeting everyone. Yes, including Deadpool.
Far from the slow burn of season one, Marvel's Agents of SHIELD season two is solving mysteries as fast as it brings them up! All of this is laying the ground work for something - but could it be the 2018 Inhumans movie?!
I got so many good questions this week — well, and maybe a few good questions from the week before, which I'd accidentally stuffed in one of my boots for some reason and just found again — that this week's "Postal Apocalypse" is super-sized! Get comfortable! Get a snack! Say goodbye to your loved ones! It's a doozy!
Skye. Melinda May. FitzSimmons. Agent Coulson's elite team will join official Marvel comics continuity with SHIELD #1, written by Mark Waid and featuring a rotating series of artists. At Marvel's Comic-Con panel, Waid described it as "This is S.H.I.E.L.D. the TV show, the unlimited budget edition."
Authors, showrunners, directors and horrible people. They kill characters we love constantly, just to make us feel emotions, or they give us awesome characters and then plan to get rid of them for no reason! Luckily, sometimes fans can come together and keep these bastards from destroying the fictional people we love…
The supremely affable Clark Gregg, star of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. TV series, appears to be testing his affability. In an interview which he almost certainly already regrets, Gregg called those who have stopped watching the slow-burning show "losers."
If you turned off Agents of SHIELD halfway through “F.Z.Z.T.”, I don’t blame you. The first half was spent watching this supposedly super-important team investigate the deaths of three volunteer firefighters (a good thing to do, but not exactly the highest stakes). But if you did turn it off, you missed the good part…
We discussed it a bit in our review of the pilot, but now you can see the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. panel in its entirety! Watch Joss Whedon, Clark Gregg, Ming Na and the others discuss making the show, how excited they are to be involved, and, of course, the return of Agent Coulson.
Okay, when I say "tons" I really mean "about 30 seconds or so," but you should still watch this quick featurette anyways, because it also includes director Joss Whedon and star Clark Gregg explaining why Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is going to be the best.
This seemingly innocuous S.H.I.E.L.D. featurette, which introduces us to Agent Grant Ward, starts off like all other PR video hype creations. And then it cuts to Agent Coulson and is IMMEDIATELY AWESOME.
Actor Clark Gregg, better known as badass Agent Coulson, finally got to see his Hot Toys action figure, and the picture of his reaction is priceless.
We've got a lot to get through in this week's "Postal Apocalypse" — zombies, Agent Coulson, more zombies, Game of Thrones, and, of course, more superhero sex. So make sure you send your questions to email@example.com, and let's get started!
We know that we can say sayonara to Clark Gregg's Agent Coulson if ABC doesn't pick up S.H.I.E.L.D., but just how is Joss Whedon planning on bringing back our favorite Captain America fanboy? Possible S.H.I.E.L.D. spoilers below.
One of the biggest reasons to be excited about Joss Whedon's S.H.I.E.L.D. show is the return of Clark Gregg as Agent Coulson. But what if the series doesn't get picked up by ABC?
We're amped that Clark Gregg will be reprising his role as Agent Phil Coulson on Joss Whedon's S.H.I.E.L.D.. But why, after the events of The Avengers, did Whedon decide to bring back a character who was busy being dead? It's because Whedon felt Gregg was the perfect guy to represent the Marvel Universe's…
Batman and his friends and family will face the "Death of the Family" this week, while Princess Leia will finally hop in her X-Wing to school the Empire in a whole new manner. Meanwhile, Buffy teams up with an Angel star, Rick's daddy issues boil over in The Walking Dead, and Agent Coulson gets his greatest promotion…
The fine folks at Hot Toys - who I am completely convinced have been performing some kind of dark, ritual sacrifice to gain the power to sculpt such uncannily realistic likeness over the years - have revealed the latest installment in their 12-inch Avengers Movie Masterpiece toyline, and they've saved the best for…
Ever since we heard about Joss Whedon's S.H.I.E.L.D. TV show, we've been hoping against hope that Clark Gregg's Agent Coulson would appear, despite the events of The Avengers. At today's Marvel television panel, Joss Whedon and Kevin Feige announced that Clark Gregg will in fact be headlining S.H.I.E.L.D..