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A Look At Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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Scientific television shows are very popular now. The most popular of these shows is “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” This article will introduce you to the show and some of its main characters.

This TV show continues some of the most popular movies in theatres such as those about “Thor”, “Captain America”, “The Incredible Hulk”, and “Iron Man” . These movies are about superheroes. Everyone knows and likes these movies.

The first character is Agent Phil Coulson. He is the leader of this team and played by Clark Gregg. This character died in the movie “The Avengers”, but he comes back to life. This is a major plot event of this TV show and attracts many audience members

The second characer is Skye. She is played by Chloe Bennet, who is half Chinese. Her character is a hacker.
The third character is Grant Ward. This character is played by Brett Dalton. Grant Ward is a Black ops specialist and ninja. He helps his group to catch some wrongdoers.

The next character is Agent Melinda May. This character is played by Ming-Na Wen. She is Chinese. She is a pilot and martial arts expert on this TV show. She is an important character. There are some secrets about her, but this TV show does not give audiences much information about what they are.

The next two characters are very close. They seem like a couple on this TV show, but they are not a real couple. They are scientists. Agent Leo Fitz is a weapon workman. His work is to build tools and some special instruments. He helps his group to build weapons and uses technology to explore special places. Jemma Simmons is a chemist. She always stays in the lab to help Leo Fitz to finish work. She is very clever and good at chemistry.

There are superheroes on this TV show but who knows whether Thor or Captain America from the movies will show up in the future? Maybe if audiences help to raise the ratings…

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