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Jed Whedon

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Agents of SHIELD Showrunners Respond to Criticism, Blame Unrealistic Fan Expectations

Last time Agents of SHIELD showrunners Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen took to the internet to defend their show, a lot of you, our readers, didn’t buy what they had to say. Others of you defended Agents of SHIELD, pointing out that Whedon shows often start out slow and get exponentially better as time goes on. Now, with season one about to come out of its (third? fourth?) mini-hiatus and sink its teeth into the good stuff, Whedon and Tancharoen have responded to their critics yet again, this time in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. Do you agree with them this time?


old gods do new jobs

Agents of SHIELD Creators Talk Sif and May

After a month’s hiatus, Marvel’s Agent’s of SHIELD will return to screens tonight with “T.A.H.I.T.I.” and soon with “Yes Men,” a highly anticipated episode (by me, at least) featuring Jamie Alexander as Lady Sif of Asgard. What’s it like to borrow a cape character straight out of Marvel’s movie universe? On the occasion of the end of their long break, show creators Maurissa Tancharoen and Jed Whedon answered some questions for Comic Book Resources and touched on the female characters close to our hearts.


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Karen Gillan’s New Oculus Poster

Amy Pond, you get out of that mirror right now. (SciFiNow)


Good News Everyone!

ABC’s Agents of SHIELD Welcomes Bill Paxton To The Bus

Pvt. Hudson reporting for duty? 


A Lesson in Humility

Agents of SHIELD Bosses Respond to All The Bad Things You’ve Been Saying About Their Show

It’s hard to think of a recent show that was more highly anticipated than Agents of SHIELD. Marvel! Coulson! He lives! Full disclosure: I don’t watch the show. But, being the in the profession I’m in, cultural osmosis has given me what I think is an accurate impression of the general reaction to the show: It’s generic. It’s slow. Coulson’s the only interesting character. There’s potential, but it doesn’t live up to it. Did I come close?

Showrunners Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen have heard your complaints, and in an interview with Comic Book Resources they responded to them.



Agents of SHIELD Recap: “Repairs”

This week’s episode mark the return of show runners Jed Whedon and Maurisssa Tancharoen as writers, and we finally get an episode about Agent May’s backstory. Too bad the whole thing falls apart logistically in the second half.


it's time to play the music

Are You Ready To Get Really Excited About A Tiny Piece of Information on Dr. Horrible 2?

Muster your hopes, Dr. Horrible fans, for this post may provide a brief moment of happiness, followed by realistically coming to term with the fact that that status quo hasn’t really changed.


Joss Whedon Laughs At $100 Million Avengers 2 Salary Rumor, Celebrates SHIELD Pickup With Family

Oh hey, here’s your first look at the cast of the newly picked-up Agents of SHIELD from ABC. 


And So It Begins

S.H.I.E.L.D. Has Started Filming, And The First Pictures From the Set Are… Well, They Exist

EW reports that S.H.I.E.L.D. has gotten underway, and with that bit of news we have our first trio of photos from the set. They’re about like that Ender’s Game set photo that was just part of a wall. Or, for that matter, the Sherlock set photo from earlier today that was just an empty set. Nothing too exciting, is what I’m saying. Check ‘em out behind the jump.

But! The show has also launched its official Facebook and Twitter pages, which will—fingers crossed—be home to new, more interesting photos before too long.



There’s Much Ado About Joss Whedon’s 2013 Schedule: S.H.I.E.L.D., Dr. Horrible, Avengers

The Avengers sequel may not be in theaters until 2015 but that doesn’t mean Joss Whedon isn’t already working on it. Besides that, the director has a good deal on his plate including releasing Much Ado About Nothing to the masses this summer, launching S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC, and perhaps starting work on the follow-up to Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog. How does he plan to do it all?