S.H.I.E.L.D., Volume 1: Perfect Bullets

S H I E L D Volume Perfect Bullets High tech weapons High stakes missions High octane adventure For the men and women of S H I E L D it s just another day in the field Special Agent Phil Coulson brings together the best and the brighte

  • Title: S.H.I.E.L.D., Volume 1: Perfect Bullets
  • Author: Mark Waid Carlos Pacheco Allen Davis Mariano Taibo Jason Paz Mark Farmer Chris Sprouse Karl Story
  • ISBN: 9780785193623
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Paperback
  • High tech weapons High stakes missions High octane adventure For the men and women of S.H.I.E.L.D it s just another day in the field Special Agent Phil Coulson brings together the best and the brightest, the gifted and the elite, normal people and superhumans from across the Marvel Universe on an as needed basis to confront, combat and curtail dangers beyond the scopHigh tech weapons High stakes missions High octane adventure For the men and women of S.H.I.E.L.D it s just another day in the field Special Agent Phil Coulson brings together the best and the brightest, the gifted and the elite, normal people and superhumans from across the Marvel Universe on an as needed basis to confront, combat and curtail dangers beyond the scope of any conventional peace keeping force Collecting S.H.I.E.L.D 1 6

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    • Mark Waid Carlos Pacheco Allen Davis Mariano Taibo Jason Paz Mark Farmer Chris Sprouse Karl Story

      Mark Waid born March 21, 1962 in Hueytown, Alabama is an American comic book writer He is best known for his eight year run as writer of the DC Comics title The Flash, as well as his scripting of the limited series Kingdom Come and Superman Birthright, and his work on Marvel Comics Captain America.

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    • Nothing raises a red flag more than these types of blurbs on the cover of a graphic novel:“Based on the New York Times bestseller”“Based on the bestselling computer game/mega hit movie of the same name”Or this one:“Inspired by the hit TV series”I happen to like the TV series. It started out as a dreadful X-Files/superhero mash-up, but it tied itself into the Winter Soldier movie at the end of its first season and has been fairly solid ever since. I scanned the book briefly in the lib [...]


    • Phil Coulson was always into superheroes.So he signed on with SHIELD once he was out of college. Now his job is to often work with superheroes and to fight supervillains.So as a fan of Phil Coulson and Agents of SHIELD I had to read Perfect Bullets. First off it's awesome that film and TV Phil Coulson was so awesome that they basically have him headlining a comic book.This should be called Phil Cousin's superhero team up because he teams up with a different superhero in each issue.That's not nec [...]


    • When I first heard Marvel was putting out a SHIELD book, based around the Agents of SHIELD television show (which I quite enjoy, although the quality REALLY varies episode to episode) I wasn't expecting it to be much good.Then I found out Mark Waid was writing it and I started to hope it might be better than I initially thoughtTurns out, this book was actually pretty damned good! Waid delivered some really nice, pretty much self contained stories featuring a different guest star from the wider M [...]


    • Okay, anyone who knows me in real life, or on Tumblr, will know how much of an Agents of SHIELD fangirl I am. I have a blog dedicated to Melinda May - bow down to the queen - I write fanfic for my ship and then cry hysterically into the night when things go wrong the show basically consumes my life and I'm proud of that.So, as soon as I saw this was being released, I knew I had to get it and read it. And, whilst it was an enjoyable ride, I had a couple of issues with it.The positives: I loved al [...]


    • The stories were great but a little bit rushed. Didn't love the constant change in the art. Overall, it was good.


    • Despite only intermittently being any cop, TV's Agents of SHIELD gets incarnated in the Marvel comics universe, because synergy. Which turns out to work surprisingly well. Here it doesn't have to worry about licensing and rights, or FX costs, or being derailed twice a season by the latest movie, so it can pull in elements from anywhere in Marvel's sprawling toy cupboard and plough its own furrow. Each issue has a new artist (including big names like Chris Sprouse and Alan Davis), and a new team- [...]


    • It was ok. Just ok. Maybe at some points I liked it, but most of it was just ok. Nothing to be excited about. Nothing to do with the TV series (dunno if that's good or bad actually) But my main problem was that it had to do with ONE, two at the most members of the Shield and a bunch superheroes all over the place guest-starring in every issue.I really can't stress this enough, I don't want to read about superheroes in a title called SHIELD. I want to read about the Agents of Shield, be that the [...]


    • 3.5This wasn't bad, I found it to be quite entertaining and as a fan of the show i liked seeing some of my favourite characters in here. Also seeing some of the other characters like Spider-Man, Ms Marvel and Scarlet Witch was awesome as well.The first 4 or so issues in here reminded me of season one of the show, in the way that they could be read out of order or you could skip one and not be confused as each story had it's own different storyline. It wasn't until the last two issues in this tha [...]


    • Perfect Bullets!!! It actually hurts me to say that I didn't enjoy it as much as I wanted to.I think I just expected something different. I'm not sure. There were some great lines and some great artwork but together as a whole, I just didn't love or enjoy it that much. Phil Coulson is still one of my favorite people in the Marvel verse. And I really loved his intereaction with Kamala Khan. So funny and wonderful. So that was pretty much my favorite out of the six stories. I also loved to see [...]



    • I love this book, Mark Waid's amazing creativity paired with amazing artists to tell a story of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division) figuring out how to combat and beat things that seem insurmountable. It does help to have seen the tv show, since characters from the ABC program show up in the comics with no explanation or characterization. However, the usage of multiple characters from across the Marvel Universe was fantastic.


    • There are days when I truly believe that Mark Waid is the greatest comic book writer alive today. And S.H.I.E.L.D. is a glowing example of that.This easily could have been a "spin-off" comic book. It highlights Phil Coulson, it guest stars members of his team from the T.V. show, and it is meant to sate the appetite of the ABC fans. But Waid makes it truly fan book.For one thing, Waid knows he can use any superhero that he wants and he does. Spider-Man to Invisible Woman to the new Ms. Marvel; th [...]


    • This was a fun read, and it doesn't require a lot of commitment. You could definitely read the standalone issues out of order. I think there is exactly one frame that throws back to another issue and it explains itself on its own. I enjoyed reading it. Hands down, the best issue was the 2nd one, where Ms Marvel comes in. I loved the way her and Coulson's fangirl qualities played off each other. In other news, now I have to catch back up on Ms Marvel. She's such a fun, relatable character for my [...]


    • 3-4 out of 5It's certainly a fun little chain of stories with some fun fights/ problem solving on the part of the SHIELDies. However it lacks character development in the characters that make Agents of SHIELD so great, aside from Coulson.Fitz, Simmons, and May's involvement in the presented stories is lacking a bit in my opinion. Their sense of teamwork, kind of lost amidst the Coulson-show. Luckily I love Coulson, so I'm not crushed by this but there is certainly room for improvement.I did enjo [...]


    • I'm an Agents of SHIELD fan, so to my surprise, there's actually a comic book series based off of the TV show! It was a bit pointless, but I loved the art. I wish we got more exposure to the actual show characters instead of MarvelVerse tie ins that not everyone will understand. I loved the Ms. Marvel/Agents of SHIELD tie in story, though!!! (FANGIRLS!!) It was also featured in Ms. Marvel vol 3, but I didn't get it then, because that was before I started watching Agents of SHIELD. But anyway, if [...]


    • Even though this is supposed to be based on Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D the majority of the six stories in this volume are Phil Coulson teaming up with various different superheroes, sometimes assisted by one or two of the characters from the show. That being said, this was great fun and, in spite of having different artists almost every issue, it worked well.


    • 3 stars | I was a bit disappointed with this graphic novel. Since it's 'based' on the TV show, I expected to find the same characters, but it's mostly only Coulson, Fitz, Jemma and once in a while May popped in. Also, Jemma and Fitz are nothing like they are in AoS, and it killed me because I always need more Fitzsimmons in my life!


    • 4.2/5 starsI'm really enjoyed reading these. It was pleasant to take a break from classics and Greek mythology for a bit, between revision. But sad Daisy/Sjye wasn't in them, but Fitz and Simmons were great, and May was perfect. I'm going to be reading a lot mor comics in the future!


    • Trying to figure out how to best create a S.H.I.E.L.D. tie-in comic with the television series that still worked within the worlds of the printed Marvel Universe can't have been an easy task for Mark Waid, and at times, you end up with bland stories that equate to the worst of the first season of the show. There are some fun bits to chew on here, including Coulson's photographic memory for the intricacies of the heroes and villains of Marvel (and how he chooses these "perfect bullets" to deal wi [...]


    • What started out as one and done stories morphed into this nice little arc that Waid injects with humor and intelligence. The series doesn't need the TV show for success and that's a good thing. Phil Coulson is the star and its obvious from the jump. The supporting cast are done well but need more time to shine. The six chapters had different artists for each but that didn't take anything away from the final product because they were all well done, especially Carlos Pacheco's work in chapter one [...]


    • Without RestrictionsThis is what the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. would be like if it didn't have the restrictions caused by it being a tv show and Marvel selling the film rights to their characters to various studios. Coulson and company interacting with the Marvel heroes is fun.


    • Really good. I'll definitely read more in this series. (I especially loved how Waid captured Fitz's Scottish inflections and May's how to put it badass-ness. I felt like I was hearing Iain De Caestecker and Ming-Na Wen reading the lines!)


    • This felt less like an Agents of SHIELD story, and more of a Best of Phil Coulson And His Superhero Friends collection of short tales. It was fun, but I'm not sure it hooked me in to continue with the series.


    • I love that we have comics featuring part of the team from the Agents of SHIELD tv show.I enjoy seeing them interact with different superheroes, and just the craziness that ensues.If your an Agents of SHIELD fan, you'll enjoy these comics.




    • Fun adventures featuring the characters we know and love from the television show, Agents of SHIELD with the added bonus of cameos from the Marvel superhero roster that unfortunately it seems unlikely we will ever see on the show. The adventures are fun enough to keep the enjoyable nature of the show stick on the page and the essence of the characters are captured really nicely. One for fans of the comic however this makes no waves in the comic book world.


    • A couple of days ago, I was at this comic store in Haarlem where I saw this Agents of Shield comic. Since I loved the TV show, I decided to buy it and read it almost as soon as I got home. In case you don't know who the Agents of Shield are, they are a group of special agents put together by Phil Coulson himself. In this comic we have Melinda May, Leo Fitz and Jemma Simmons; in the TV show (the first season at least) Grant Ward and Daisy 'Skye' Johnson are added.I was so happy to see my two favo [...]


    • I enjoyed the Ms Marvel/S.H.I.E.L.D. mashup and thought I'd give this one a try. Each of the stories is rather different and I had different feelings about each, so I'll review them separately."Perfect Bullets"****This story gives a short back story on Phil Coulson and then demonstrates how he works his magic for S.H.I.E.L.D. in knowing just who to call to get the job done. Specifically, someone snuck into Asgard, attacked Heimdall with a strange rock which made him bad and also left the gates u [...]


    • Unfortunately this was much less than I was hoping for. Having enjoyed Clark Gregg's Coulson and the first season of the show, I was expecting something more along those lines - like missions set with the Bus and that team. Something that perhaps fit in and around the episodes I've already seen. Instead I'm not sure where this fits in continuity or if it even does. Boo.So let's go through the missions.Mission 1: I was confused? There was some lettering which had me turned around with who was spe [...]


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