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Starting off the list we have ‘Legends of Tomorrow’, the latest offering from The CW, the channel behind ‘Arrow’ and ‘The Flash’. Set in the same universe as the other shows, this superhero adventure bands together unlikely heroes as they embark on a time travelling journey to save the world from the menacing Vandal Savage. It contains some of the best loved characters from the DC Universe including Atom and Sara Lance. The first season was a little shaky at times but ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ will prove to be hugely popular with comic fans.
A TIME TRAVELLING SUPERHERO ADVENTURE.
Known for their award winning shows such as ‘House of Cards’ and ‘Orange is the New Black’, Netflix took a daring risk delving into the comic world with ‘Daredevil’. The risk paid off masively as the streaming site produced one of the best comic shows of all time. Forget the 2003 film, this show best represents the character of Matt Murdock/Daredevil as it explores the blind heroes origins. Actor Charlie Cox steps into the role, proving to be the perfect casting, whilst Vincent D’Onofrio steals the show with his take on Wilson Fisk. The show is dark, gritty and violent, and proved you don’t have to be a comic fan to enjoy its sheer epicness.
THE BLIND HERO GETS THE SHOW HE DESERVES.
‘Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H’ is the short lived animated series that explores the character the Incredible Hulk and his team featuring other big brooding monsters including Red Hulk. The loveable green hero looks to prove his worth as a superhero as he sets out to stop villains from taking over the world, whilst at the same time being filmed for a web series. This cartoon is more kid friendly than the others on the list, but will prove popular with comic fans.
AN ANIMATED SERIES CENTERED ON THE INCREDIBLE HULK.
Moving on from the superhero genre, ‘The X-Files’ is an epic 90s series that spooked people all over the world for many years. The show follows agents Mulder and Scully as they battle against the paranormal that could be linked to out of this world beings. The intro itself, though iconic, is hugely creepy and caught people’s attention before there was even a second of actual footage. Even after it ended ‘The X-Files’ still remained hugely popular, spawning two movies and a new series that brought actors Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny back to their best loved roles to once again battle against an array of creepy criminals.
ICONIC SPOOKY 90S SHOW.
To finish we have one of the more recent Marvel adaptions ‘Agent Carter’. This show follows the early carreer of Agent Carter, last seen in action in ‘Captain America: The First Avenger’. The young agent must use her wits to battle against a number of crooks as he looks to form S.H.I.E.L.D with father of Iron Man, Howard Stark. As with ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’, this 1940s set series ties in with the popular Marvel universe, which is so far has proved a hugely popular spin-off.
A 40S SET ACTION PACKED ADVENTURE FROM THE MARVEL UNIVERSE.
Here’s my list of shows like ‘Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’. Do you agree with my list or do you have better choices?