TV Clip Roundup: Arrow, The Walking Dead, And Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Today we have rounded up clips from three of the biggest comic book shows into one convenient location. A brand new clip from Arrow‘s second season has hit, a new promo for The Walking Dead‘s fourth season has been released, and the latest Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. spot promises big things at the end of the episode. So strap in and read on for the latest in the world of comic book based TV.
The first clip from the new season of Arrow has been released by The Wall street Journal. The minute and a half clip features Diggle and Felicity traveling to the island in search of Oliver. After failing to stop the Undertakings goal to level the Glades in the final episode of season 1, Oliver Queen ran back to the island to get away from the world. When Felicity finds herself in trouble, Oliver has to swoop in and save the day.
A new 30-second spot for The Walking Dead has been released by AMC. The tension is turned up to 11 as we see that nowhere is safe. We get several quick shots of the major cast as well as some of the troubles they’ll be experiencing in the season premiere. We also have titles and synopses for the first four episodes (via CBR)
EPISODE 401: 30 Days Without An Accident – Rick and the group are as close to an ideal life as possible at the prison. Will they be able to hold on to humanity in the face of a new evil?
EPISODE 402: Infected – As the group faces a brand new enemy, Rick and the others must fight to protect the livelihood they worked so hard to create at the prison.
EPISODE 403: Isolation – A group leaves the prison to search for supplies; the remaining members of the group deal with recent losses.
EPISODE 404: Indifference – The supply mission faces hurdles; the situation at the prison worsens.
Finally, the official Facebook page for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. released a new teaser for this week’s episode. They advise you to stick around until the credits are finished because something big is going to happen. The TV show spins off from events in the movie world, but it looks like it will be borrowing another page from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will pull of its own post credits scene. We’ll have to wait until tomorrow to find out, but whatever it is it’s going to be surprising.
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