Quake: S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary #1

Family reunion Learn why Quake makes the perfect agent for S.H.I.E.L.D When a group of Inhumans get involved, Quake finds out exactly how far she ll go to finish a mission.
Quake S H I E L D th Anniversary Family reunion Learn why Quake makes the perfect agent for S H I E L D When a group of Inhumans get involved Quake finds out exactly how far she ll go to finish a mission

  • Title: Quake: S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary #1
  • Author: Matthew Rosenberg Patrick Kindlon Daniel Johnson Daniel Warren Johnson David Nakayama
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Quake: S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary #1”

    1. Quake is trying to figure out how she fits in with the Avengers and it's kind of interesting to see a perspective like that, where she doesn't feel like she belongs and has to work out how to contribute to the group. The ending made me smile.

    2. Nice to get a background but.My introduction to Quake was from ABCs agents of shield, so this was a little different for me. It seemed like a cautionary tale with an abrupt ending. I was left wishing that there was more.

    3. Okay, quick question: Who do I have to slip a cool $20 to at Marvel to get Daisy Johnson her own series? Seriously, I loved this S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary Quake issue. It contains everything I want in a comic about my favorite Agents of SHIELD character: Daisy Johnson not taking shit and following her conscience even if it gets her in trouble, some of her family/Inhuman background coming into play as a major plot point, and a well-loved Marvel character as Daisy's mentor. How great is it tha [...]

    4. Captain America puts SHIELD agent Daisy Johnson otherwise known as Quake on The Avengers.She wasn't expecting this assignment and wasn't prepared for it.I really like Daisy Johnson thanks to the Agents of SHIELD TV show and her appearances in Secret Invasion and Secret Warriors. She's a tough and super powered young woman trained by Nick Fury so she's always been something else. This issue had Quake appear mousy and I have to say I'm not loving that at all. It's good to see a version of her, but [...]

    5. S.H.I.E.L.D. 50th Anniversary Edition: Quake As a fan of the show, I thought it was great to see Quake get the audition to upgrade and the respect from Cap. It really showcased the ever-changing nature of the Avengers team, and the way it’s more like a rotating watch so no single hero gets all burned out.

    6. quake gets her shot at the big time when she's called up by captain America to do a mission with the avengers.

    7. always fun to see rogers. loved the heart of the story though i was expecting a bit more hardcore, this'll do.

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