How ‘The Shield’ got its name

A couple of years ago, a couple of friends had an idea: “What if we just make a superhero show based on the ‘shield’ that was the big gun in the first season of ‘The Avengers?’,” wrote co-creator Jeph Loeb in a post on the Facebook page of the group.

“I think it would be cool, and it was cool because it would tie in with the Avengers TV series, which I really enjoyed watching,” he added.

Loeb and his co-writer David Michelinie wanted to get the two franchises together by combining the two most popular superheroes of them all, with a superhero-themed story that would tie them into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Loewe said the idea came up during a late night coffee break when he was at work.

“We were talking about how to get our hands on some of the Iron Man and Captain America movies and how they’re sort of just the same movie with the same cast and all the same locations,” Loeb said.

So I was like, ‘Okay, this is something that’s very important to me.’ “

That would make a ton of sense, and the idea of that would be so cool.

“The Iron Man [production designer] said, “Oh yeah, you know, I know. “

We have some Iron Man movies coming out soon. “

The Iron Man [production designer] said, “Oh yeah, you know, I know.

We have some Iron Man movies coming out soon.

We could put that on the show.

We’ve got Iron Man coming out next year.

“So they did.

So we put that in and it became Iron Man: The Shield.”

The show aired on MTV in early 2017, and has since been renewed for a sixth season.

(Watch a trailer for the show below.)

Loeb is joined by “The Shield” co-star, James Spader, as well as the voice of The Incredible Hulk, Matt Bomer, as Tony Stark, the owner of Stark Industries.

“Iron Man: Iron Man is a very strong, grounded show that I feel like, if you’re a fan of superheroes, you should be watching,” Loeweh said.

The show is a “comedy” about a young superhero named Tony Stark who discovers that he can actually be a powerful superhero.

Iron Man can be recruited by a team of superheroes who are all super powered, and together they fight to defend the world from threats like aliens and giant robots.

LoEWe said that the show was initially a lot of fun to write.

“You know, if it was a superhero sitcom, we’d probably be able to make it a lot better,” he said.

Loeman said the characters are built for “realistic” acting.

Loetl says they tried to make the characters realistic enough that they could be on TV, but still feel like real people.

“It was really fun to just write these characters and to play them,” he told MTV News.

“But they’re not like, super-powered.

They’re real people.”

The series, created by Loewen, Michelini, and Loeb, airs on MTV Sundays at 9 p.m. ET.