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‘Marvel’s Agent Carter,’ TV review
Hayley Atwell ready for battle in World War II espionage series co-starring Shea Whigham and Dominic Cooper
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS / Sunday, January 5, 2014, 2:00 AM By David Hinckley
Hayley Atwell stars in ‘Marvel’s Agent Carter.’
Agent Peggy Carter is a marvelous addition to the cool women characters now prowling TV screens.
And “Marvel’s Agent Carter” is a strong second show from ABC’s partnership with Marvel Comics.
“Agent Carter” feels quite different from the earlier “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” and for the casual TV fan that’s good. While the two shows are tied together, like everything in the complex Marvel universe, it’s easy to enjoy this show without knowing anything about the mythology.
Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell) is a World War II secret agent hero who, in 1946, finds herself back under the infuriating thumb of snickering men like her boss Roger Dooley (Shea Whigham), who see women as file clerks.
This is a woman who worked with Captain America, however. Fell in love with him, in fact, and now aches because he went missing a year earlier.
So she’s not about to sit in the office and file papers or her nails, not when she has a stronger right cross than Manny Pacquiao.
Her ticket back into the game is the brilliant inventor/hustler Howard Stark (Dominic Cooper), a reworked Howard Hughes. Stark puts her in partnership with his butler, the quirky and fascinating Jarvis (James D’Arcy).
The period writing is a delight, and if “Agent Carter” has some comic book rhythms, that’s okay.
There’s plenty of action to go with snappy grownup dialogue, and Peggy is the kind of dame you won’t be able to resist watching.
With the Cold War looming, “Agent Carter” gives it a hot start.