This week, Clint tries to tell Kate he’s no role model. A lot of past enemies agree, especially a woman with unique skills. She wants vengeance against Ronin, whoever he is. It also hints a very important bad guy is coming soon.
The Flux saga is almost done, ad finally fans get answers. The Doctor finally learns about Division and where she’s really from. Yaz, Dan and Jericho are following clues about when Earth may face its end and how to stop it. Also, UNIT gets a new employee, with his own agenda.
Hawkeye Clint Barton just wants a merry Christmas with his kids, but his past is making that impossible, He gets unexpected help from a 22 year old girl who wants to be just like him. The first two episodes introduce Kate Bishop and set her up as his assistant.
Chapter four of Flux features the return of the Weeping Angels, who may have made a little girl disappear. It’s much more complicated than that, as Claire is back but not feeling like herself. A side story with Bel also shows how this year’s Big Bads are causing major damage.
The halfway mark of the Flux saga is somewhat confusing, but it sharpen its focus to show why Swarm wants to destroy everything. There’s also a girl who is on a mission of love against Daleks and Cybermen, and a shocking invasion within the TARDIS
The second chapter of “Flux” features the Sontarans, who are using time travel to beat England in the Crimean War and take over the Earth in the present day.
Yaz is sent to a mysterious temple that seems to be regulating time, but Swarm also returns to destroy it…and maybe worse.
This is a Marvel movie that’s not quite for everyone but should still be seen. It’s a bit talky, but the story of ancient super-heroes battling an alien threat turns out to be a bit more than that.
The new season of Doctor Who starts with a one-hour premiere that packs a lot of details and story in a small space. As usual, the fate of the universe is at stake as galaxies are collpasing, and a very bad guy is behind it all. There’s also a new companion, a friend who’s not quite familiar, and two bad guys who are.
What if the Watcher decided to be Nick Fury, and organize his own version of the Avengers to battle Ultimate Ultron? It creates a solid season finale with an ending that seems too tidy but really isn’t. It also suggests a lot of interesting stories next year.
What if Ultron won….and found out this universe isn’t the only one? That’s the premise for this week’s episode. It forces the Watcher to do more than watch, while two Avengers hope an unlikely ally will take Ultron down.