In 1946, Peggy Carter is relegated to secretarial duties in the Strategic Scientific Reserve (SSR). When Howard Stark is accused of treason, he secretly recruits Peggy to clear his name with the help of his butler, Edwin Jarvis.
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The war is over and almost everyone has experienced a loss. Agent Peggy Carter has lost the love of her life. To top it off, when billionaire Howard Stark is accused of Treason, he secretly employs her to clear his name. With the help of Stark's butler, she embarks on a whimsical journey full of deceit, murder and controversy with a side of wise-cracking roommates.Written by
Agent Carter turns out to be an interesting espionage and period series. It serves as a nice prequel to Agents of SHIELD, and if not a better TV series overall, although it's early to tell.
All the references and "easter eggs" in the two part episode premiere are great but this is not what makes the series special, it is the feeling you get watching Agent Carter. The music, the cars, the typical diners, the jazzy clubs, 1946 New york,... All this elements make Agent Carter a stylish piece, relying on Peggy Carter, not only as an action hero but a woman in the 1940s.
If you love Marvel, you're going to have fun with this one. And even if you're a non-marvel fan-boy/girl, you'll be satisfied with the tone of the Series and Peggy Carter kicking some ass.
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