Chain secret attack There isn’t a consensus on this in the Marvel universe, but I’ll be quick to admit that I’m not among the dissenters. Even in a fictional world with superheroes, nearly everyone or super rich with access to cutting edge technology or mutants or gods, it’s a lot of fun to have human heroes.
My favorite is Black Widow, but I love the covert female invasion in Nick Fury’s (Samuel L. Jackson) universe. Even more so, as the series promotes the appearance of Queens: Of The Crown and FavoriteOlivia Colman and the Eternal Queen of Dragons, Emilia Clarke.
Between the infiltrating Skull and the protagonist’s friends, it is the female power that comes to the fore. Officially the protagonist is Fury and the antagonist of the story is Grevik (Kingsley Ben-Adir), but only for those who don’t see well enough. After all, it is Rava – whom so far we’ve only seen in the male guise of Rhodey (Don Cheadle) – the most ruthless villain, not because she dons the skin of a man to commit atrocities, but because she takes immense pleasure in tormenting Fury.
Of course we lost our Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) — sorry for the spoilers — but we did get Zia (Emilia Clarke), the rebellious daughter of Talos (Ben Mendelsohn), who was unsure which side she was on until the final episode, bringing the always-popular Emilia into her fourth franchise (it’s in). terminator, star wars it is game of Thronesnot bad huh?).
Another surprise in Secret Invasion are the details of Fury’s personal life, such as discovering that he is married to the intelligent and attractive Varra, who is officially Priscilla (Charlene Woodard). Varra is the Skrull who took over the life of a doctor specializing in genetics (a hint here for fans of what this suggests and yes, it has to do with mutants).
If Priscilla wasn’t enough, we have MI6 agent Sonya Falsworth, who has known Fury since the Cold War days in Moscow and is still a highly suspicious ally, played by the always-talented Olivia Colman (those who read my column know what a fan I am), who brings admirable humor to Secret Invasion.
Best Actress Oscar winners among Marvel’s mutants and aliens are nothing new (Brie Larson is Captain Marvel, for one thing), but Olivia’s versatility makes Sonya a hot topic of discussion among fans. The actress insisted to her agents that she wanted a chance to stay at Marvel (according to her, to remain popular among her children) and find her a perfect role.
She is the first woman to recognize it. She commented in promotion for the series, “I adore Samuel L. Jackson”. “My favorite memory is sitting in a car with him and dancing to Stormzy’s Audacity. Best moment ever,” he joked. The stars’ connection was evident on screen due to the comical rhythm that they know how to incorporate into (otherwise) the most absurd lines of fantasy material.
Yeah, with this mighty quartet, who’s still discussing Grevik and Fury? What really matters is the female universe. do not you think?