So first off after 3 weeks I'm interested, has some neat ideas. There does seem to be the typical reliance of Wheedonisms, up to and especially the pithy remark. Mostly I'm ok with this. I do like how the last episode developed, and how it really focused on exploring the ideologies of the different characters. Coulston's encounter with the scientist in this episode was a rather neat exploration of what each stood for. Elements like that could really drive the show into interesting directions, and I hope they introduce more of that.
I also liked what they did with Skye. The conflicted allegiance thing could get old quickly, but there does seem to be an attempt to develop her character a bit more. For now I'm hoping they stay away from the more stock options.
So my general take away was that I thought this was the best episode yet, and that shows the most promise. If they can keep away from the stereotypical plots this could be quite good.
Daemian Lucifer wrote:Anyhow,I was wondering how did coulson come back from the dead?What does marvel prefer to use in such situations?Robots,resurrection,or something else?
Can't answer. My entire exposure to comic characters is through various movies. Never fear, I'm sure there is a resident Marvel expert around to help answer this.