In the last few weeks, Marvel has killed Margaret Carter twice. First, in Civil War’s revelation that Peggy has passed on in the current timeline, and then in a finishing blow, with the cancellation of Agent Carter late last Thursday. But amidst the sorrow, let’s take a look back and remember Peggy’s crucial…
Agent Carter's first(?) major mission has been completed, but how does it all tie into the Marvel Universe, and what questions are left unanswered?
One of Captain America's worst enemies makes his presence official as he torments Peggy's teammates in the penultimate Agent Carter episode, but what is Item 17, and what the heck is a "SNAFU"?!
One of the things that the new TV show Agent Carter made clear is that Peggy Carter has to deal with a lot of sexist garbage at the office (not that she doesn't use it to her advantage). Here, Leigh Lahav pokes fun at the sorts of comments Peggy deals with in the course of her job.
Now that we know when Agent Carter will air — there's even a clip from the first episode and an appearance in next week's episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. — perhaps it's time for us to take a look at the history and evolution of Peggy Carter.
When Coulson and his team return in a few weeks for the première of Season 2, they'll be alongside a familiar, yet unexpected face. Find out who after the cut, and what it could mean for Agents of SHIELD.
The Marvel short Agent Carter isn't even out yet — you'll have to wait until the Iron Man 3 Blu-ray hits next Tuesday — but Marvel apparently has confidence in Captain America's former flame. Deadline reports that they're developing a potential TV series based on Ms. Carter.
We get more and more excited for the Marvel one-shot short film Agent Carter, with Hayley Atwell reprising her role as Peggy Carter, with each new clip. In this one, Peggy discovers a strange vial, but she won't make off with it easily.
EW has the first clip from the newest Marvel short "Agent Carter", and, because they're jerkfaces, haven't made the video embeddable (watch it here). That said, it's pretty terrific, following Peggy as she infiltrates an enemy hideout all by her lonesome. Clearly, you should never send 3-5 men to do a woman's job.
Captain America's Bucky and Cap may be cast. But who is going to play Steve Rogers' love interest, Peggy Carter? The best candidate, Emily Blunt, passed on the role, so who does that leave?