It seems that even death at the hands of Loki could not stop the fan favorite phenomena that is Agent Coulson.
At New York Comic Con over the weekend, Coulson himself, Clark Gregg would surprise fans on stage at the Marvel panel in a celebration of his character that at times was even emotional. However, his presence there wasn't just for the benefit of the fan's wistful longings.
Marvel's head of television, Jeph Loeb would also take the stage to drop a bombshell bit of news: Clark Gregg will reprise his role as Agent Coulson in the upcoming S.H.I.E.L.D. TV series.
What will the presence of the smooth, badass, albeit presumably-dead agent mean for the show?
Tonight on Attack of the Show, Michael Kosta returns for a new week of co-hosting with Candace Bailey with special guest Ed Burns live in studio for his new film, Alex Cross, Matt Mira's review of the 13" Samsung Series 9 Notebook and the latest iPad Mini rumors on The Feed with Sara Underwood! Tune in tonight 7/6c.
Norwegian base jumper, Richard Henriksen took to this high cliff in his home country to integrate the grace of high bar gymnastics with ball-to-the-walls parachuted leaps off high peaks.
Unfortunately he may have opted to save to a couple of bucks buying a high bar made in China, because after a few swings above this majestic drop, the device would force Henriksen to make a premature dismount...down the cliff.
Thankfully, his parachute deployed and he lived to tell the tale. The high bar, however, got its just deserts, plunging down to a rock-solid abyss.
It looks like Darth Vader has a lot more to scream "nooooo!" about after finding out in this impromptu episode of The Maury PovichShow outside a Church Halloween display that his beloved Padme got around a lot more than he thought.
It looks like Luke's Jedi training will take a backseat to curing lepers and turning water into wine.
While certainly a far cry from blowing-up the Death Star and restoring balance to The Force, it's still something.
Once they arrive at their destination of the spot in the woods where the deceased made his favorite moonshine, they'll pop "Freebird" into the 8-track player installed on this "used-to-be-a-sedan" and remember the good times.
At that point, they'll bury the ashes. -- The coffin was just used as a giant beer cooler.
Tired of those medium-well steaks he tries to cook coming out still practically mooing, this guy decided to experiment with ways to create a miniature nuclear explosion contained to his barbeque grill.
Unfortunately, after wiping off the charred remains of his eyebrows, the only thing this backyard Prometheus discovered is that miniature nuclear explosions still pack quite a wallop.
Despite the fact that Russians view seat-belts as an insidious capitalistic plot by textile manufacturers which forces them purchase a simple strap that one would normally make from the skin leather of dissidents, this accident proves their importance.
Just as surely as he wasn't expecting this white car to come speeding out of this dangerous intersection in dire need of some stop signs, he also didn't expect his ejector seat to prematurely pull the trigger.