Marvel’s Agent Carter or Agent Carter is an American Action TV series created by Christopher Markus for ABC. With so many superhero movies in general with the same recipe, the protagonist gets upset, powers between he/she pushed, uses his power to raise the food chain only to lose someone or people close to them, you get your head in the game , it stops the bad and gets the girl. Agent Carter is not. Agent Carter follows the life of Peggy Carter after Captain America: The First Avenger, New York 1942. Peggy is at a disadvantage which is a female spy working for the SSR, she learns to use an advantage to find the real culprit and help a friend and ally, Howard Stark, with the help of Stark’s butler Edwin Jarvis.
Hayley Atwell portrays Peggy Carter rather more related to Captain America that was more just as the love interest. Edwin Jarvis is a very straightforward man with some very funny lines and moments that shows his side “goofy sidekick” played by James D’Arcy fantastic. First, it is very well written, witty, sophisticated, is essentially a continuation of ironic humor of the movie James Bond Roger Moore. The plots are well thought out (based on the first 3 episodes) with only small and microscopic holes here and there. After all, they have to adapt a story of comics and science fiction television format of 42 minutes. The acting is top-notch, the lead actress is impressive in all departments, totally immersed in his character, his emoting was convincing and its ability to deliver and act witty lines was fabulous.
It’s really interesting to see how life in postwar America, the environment, showed how people dealt with the consequences of war. The creators seem to me to be a little biased against the people SSR (essentially perform tasks that in real life were prerogatives of the FBI). Do carry detainees to a pulp, really? Western counterintelligence agencies used to have other ways to overcome their opponents. At this point, women have proved to be very good at spying, so that a spy agency should evaluate their female agents much more in this series.