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  • Title: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Volume 2: Under New Management
  • Author: Marc Guggenheim Mike Norton
  • ISBN: 9780785196297
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback

  • Agent Coulson and his crew are caught in the middle of Civil War II, and opinions are split among them But they remain Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and have a job to do Protect the innocent and apprehend a major Marvel Universe character As they near their target, divisions begin to grow and positions harden, but what s on Coulson s mind may change everything Collecting AgenAgent Coulson and his crew are caught in the middle of Civil War II, and opinions are split among them But they remain Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D and have a job to do Protect the innocent and apprehend a major Marvel Universe character As they near their target, divisions begin to grow and positions harden, but what s on Coulson s mind may change everything Collecting Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D 7 10 The Accused
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    Commentaires:

    Grace
    I liked this series, I really did but this one just finished too suddenly.A lot of people say that this series is ruined by Civil War II and many Marvels seem to be these days, but out of all the comics that Civil War II has interfered with, I think this one has interfered with it in a good way because gives a bit more explanation for both sides (Captain Marvel vs Iron Man).I feel like we could have had more from the agents though, this wasn't entirely satisfying, but I'm happy to have read this [...]

    Chris Lemmerman
    [Read as single issues]Civil War II infects the Marvel Universe, and the Agents of SHIELD are no exception. At least this is more interesting than their Standoff tie-in, which was naff. There's a lot of potential in this series; Marc Guggenheim sets up some interesting stuff that he doesn't get to explore (see: Fitzsimmons), but Civil War II and the reduced issue count ruin any chance he has of capitalizing on them.I still find some of the interpretations of the characters odd here; I get that t [...]

    Silas
    These Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. comics have always been kind of strange, trying to make the characters from the television show work in the current Marvel continuity while giving you something new along the way. This volume ties in to the Civil War II event in a somewhat weird way while wrapping up the threads from the previous book, since it was apparently canceled. It definitely took the characters in some new directions as compared to the show, and I imagine it sets up the state of these charact [...]

    Adan
    Another Civil War II-adjacent book that really suffered for it, especially as the series was coming to a close. Instead of giving Guggenheim four issues to wrap up, he ended up getting like 1.5 only. The ending was super rushed because of that. The Accused one-shot, on the other hand, was pretty good. Matt Murdock prosecutes Hawkeye for killing Bruce Banner, and can get an easy win, but ensures that Barton receives a fair trail as Daredevil instead, and subsequently loses. Did Barton do the righ [...]

    Anchorpete
    A book that is using the style and character of the Agents of SHIELD tv show, set during the time of Civil war II- This book ends up being better than you would expect it to be. I know there has been a buzz around Marc Guggenheim. A lot of really excellent writers cut their teeth on a SHIELD title- Nick Spencer, Jonathan Hickman. I have always loved the Espionage + Avengers formula of many of the modern marvel books. This was not as good as the books written by the authors I just mentioned, but [...]

    Brittany
    Fair warning this comic does not go with the tv show I felt reading it that it was between seasons 2 and 3 of AOS but it also has things that have taken the tv show till maybe season 5 to get to.It jumped all over the place and I had a hard time keeping up sometimes. Also apparently with this issue there were a lot of references to other comic issues.

    Steph_d
    well the story was tolerable compared to the first one, however drawings were off. and the characters were also slightly off compared to the volume 1. still enjoyed it though, after j forgot it was vasednon both comics and tv that is

    Ricky Kimsey
    Not As EnjoyableThis last volume isn't as enjoyable as previous volumes due to it being tied to the Civil War II event. Still like seeing the characters from the television series interacting with the heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe.

    Jess
    I somehow enjoyed these last issues more than the first and read each one the day it came out just so I could see what happened next.

    Shelley
    SHIELD's tie in to Civil War II, basically. I liked Coulson's third point stance. Captain Marvel came off really bad in all of this, so I guess we know where the author stands. It was just a disorganized mishmash of a story, really. And then at the last moment, status quo was regained, so it's like all these issues didn't even need to exist. Except Jemma, I guess.

    Mike McDevitt
    Enjoyed Phil, but still scratching my head over Elektra, Agent of SHIELD. I guess ridding SHIELD of all those Hydra agents left room for a bunch of new hires: and they're all Hand assassins this time!

    Mitchell
    Civil War 2. Sigh, I suppose some day it'll be Civil War 3. This is not especially inspired story-line. And I especially like the way it sets up Captain Marvel to be unliked for a possible movie. The SHIELD storyline seems garbled, pieces of it okay but the bulk of it with no particular understanding of the characters. Well perhaps that's unfair - there is some attempt at getting Coulson and Fitz right, but it just doesn't feel earned. The backup story of Clint Barton accused of murdering Dr. Ba [...]

    Laura Lawson
    It is making me more curious about Cival War II - which I have not read yet.

    Daniel Butcher
    Images moving closer and closer to the tv show.I kind of felt at times they didn't know what to do with the team especially in major crossover events like Civil War. Perhaps a more stand alone title would have been better.

    Marco
    [Read as single issues. Got the complete series cheap on eBay.]In no way better than the previous volume. That includes the "Accused" one-shot that deals with one of the most moronic plot points of the waste of time and paper that is Civil War II.

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