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SciFi4Chicks on the Women of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Part 2

It’s time for part two of our Women of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D podcast. And, yes, the ladies will finally get to the actual female characters! With two of our Chicks being regular panelists on the SciFi4Me Marvel podcast, Level Eleventy-Sevenwill they think May, Simmons, and Quake are progressing as characters, or are they starting to follow the male-centric Marvel path?  Check out what the Chicks think before the season three premiere on Tuesday!

Alex, Kammie, and Maia continue our new series, Women of Genrewith a look at the women of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. What are their strengths and weaknesses? Their successes and failures? Are they growing over the seasons, or are they taking turns inconsistent with what their characters should and could be? Take a listen to part two of the Women of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, then share your thoughts with the Chicks.

The panel: Alex Callahan, Kammie Settle, Maia Ades.

Don’t forget to subscribe to our podcast so you won’t miss a single episode of Women of Genre, including part one of this discussion. Make sure to check out Maia and Kammie as they join the guys on the return of the SciFi4Me Marvel podcast, Level Eleventy-Seven, to discuss the season three premiere. Of course, that’s after you listen to the Chicks look back at seasons one and two! Then stay tuned for upcoming episodes as we look at more female characters across the science fiction/fantasy spectrum from some of our favorite television shows, movies, books, and more. If you have suggestions, we’d love to hear. Maybe you could even join the discussion! Upcoming episodes include the women of Doctor Who and Grimm. Next we have a look at the women of The Walking Dead on AMC. Until then, keep your calls and emails coming!


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