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Subj: Re: I think it gets better around episode 4.
Posted: Sun Mar 19, 2017 at 06:35:26 pm EDT (Viewed 105 times)
Reply Subj: I think it gets better around episode 4.
Posted: Sat Mar 18, 2017 at 04:15:27 pm EDT (Viewed 8 times)

    It may not be perfect but it is nowhere near as bad as the reviews are saying.

    I'd give it a 7 out of 10.

I'd probably give it 8 out of 10. I really enjoyed it. If it had featured some more flashbacks to K'un-Lun and featured his teacher, Lei Kung a little more(he was awesome), I would probably have rated it even higher.

    I'm liking this series way more than:
    Agents of SHIELD
    Agent Carter
    Most Marvel Studios movies
    Any non-Deadpool X-Men movie
    Any non-Nolan DC movies
    Legends of Tomorrow
    Jessica Jones

Yeah, I'd rate it higher than all of the non-Marvel Studios stuff except Nolan's Batman movies and the first two Christopher Reeve Superman movies. Ranking Marvel Studios and Netflix stuff, I would go with this ranking-

Guardians of the Galaxy
Thor movies
Iron Fist
Doctor Strange
Captain America movies
Luke Cage
Iron Man movies
Jessica Jones
Incredible Hulk

Agents of SHIELD doesn't even rank(it's terrible) and I haven't seen Agent Carter.

    And Harold Meachum is just awful. This show could have done better with Boromir not Faramir. They picked the wrong one!

I actually enjoyed Harold in this series. Not as much as Ward(my third favorite character from the season after Colleen and Danny), but I thought he made for an interesting villain. It definitely would have been funny if they had gone with Sean Bean though. The beginning of one of the episodes would have been even more unexpected with Bean in the role \:\) .

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