Sunday 22 January 2017


For those of you who watch the agents of SHIELD series you've no doubt heard of Quake. She plays one of the main roles in the series and that's what made me curious about her comicbook history. I've done some reading and here's a short summery of what she's like in the comics.

Daisy Johnson alias Quake, a lot of people believed she was a mutant at first. It turned out she had a direct bloodline with an Inhuman (Her father known as Mr Hyde, whom we also met in the series). In the series she had to awaken the Inhuman gen inside of here which didn't happen in the comicbooks. Her father had a lot of 'business' with prostitutes and when he got one pregnant she immediately gave the child away for adoption. Quake was raised by foster parents and at age twelve her superpowers awakened.

Nick Fury took her in and filled her in about her true parentage. He offered her to join shield and trained her to become one of the finest agents he ever had. It was here she learned to control her powers (kind of the same in the series, only here Coulson is the one who trains her).

During the secret war event her loyalty comes to the test when Nick Fury is hunted by the agency he once leaded. Maria Hill who is now the new director fired her since she would not play a part in the hunt for Fury.

In one of her story lines she teams up with the avengers! She helps them defeat the mutant rebel leader Magneto. In the comics this is where she earns her superhero name Quake.

Later she had a romantic relation with Hellfire and teams up with the avengers again this time to take on Osborn. When her powers grow out she is also able to create a psychic shield.

She might be a second degree hero in the series but in the comics she's kind of a big deal as you can read. Not everybody can say she or he'd teamed up with the avengers multiple times! I'm curious what's in store for her in the tv series.

picture of marvels Quake in the comicbooks

Wednesday 21 December 2016


Hey guy's, a lot of Marvel fuzz the last few days. Disney send out a shitload of stuff to talk about, the Spiderman Homecoming trailer, the Guardians of the galaxy vol 2 trailer and also a great deal of new photo's and info on the upcoming movies.
We wrote about it as much as we could and tried to share as much info as possible, thank you for reading it!

Now that the dust has settled we'd like to take the time to talk about SWORD. Something tells me they'll be appearing in the movies soon with al the extraterrestrial action lately.
We all know SHIELD by now. Not only was Marvel able to integrate this organization in almost every MCU film so far, they got there own series as wel! (Agents of SHIELD).

SWORD started out as a sub division of SHIELD and were specialized in extraterrestrial threats. The two worked tight for a long time until the departure of Nick Fury as director. The relations of the two organizations are known to be blurred after his leave.

The director of SWORD is special agent Abigail Brand. They primarily operate from their main hideout which is a space station called 'the peak'. Luckily this one is not known for crashing in the sea every other chapter of it's story like the helicarrier. In the series 'The Avengers: earths mightiest heroes' the main base of SWORD is 'the Damoclies' which is the captured alien space ship of Kang the conqueror.

So basically SWORD is like SHIELD, only difference is that shield deals with earth problems and sword with space ones.
With a new guardians of the galaxy and Thanos coming up we hope the introduce this as well. Erik Salvig refered to sword once in the alternate ending of Thor.

Picture of The Peak, Headquarters of S.W.O.R.D.

Sunday 18 December 2016

Marvels Agent of Shield SLINGSHOT

Hi guys,

there is a new Mini-Serie online of Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D: Slingshot if you haven't seen it you can watch it at the end of the post.

Marvel Slingshot

It's about Elena Rodriguez "Yo-Yo", an Inhuman with the ability to move with super speed but always bounces back to her start position.

It takes place shorty before the beginning of Season Four of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and exist of 6 episodes of about 5-6 minutes each.