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Luke Cage, or, Eat Your Heart Out Hell's Kitchen!

Much as I love Netflix’s Daredevil and Jessica Jones, there’s something of an underlying buzzing in my ears I get the entire time I watch them. 836 more words


TV Review: Luke Cage, Episodes 1.05 & 1.06, “Just to Get a Rep"/"Suckas Need Bodyguards"

So: Problems! Luke Cage hits kind of a standstill during its fifth and sixth episodes, mostly because it fails to appropriately pair its hero against a suitable villain. 104 more words


SWEET CHRISTMAS: an MMT Quick Review of Marvel's 'Luke Cage' by contributor Darryl King

Nothing like a Bulletproof Black Man who isn’t afraid…

That’s the story of LUKE CAGE, the latest Marvel entry into the Netflix world. After Daredevil and Jessica Jones, Luke Cage takes center stage, moving the superhero business from midtown New York to uptown Harlem!  779 more words

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TV Review: Luke Cage, Episodes 1.03 & 1.04, “Who’s Gonna Take the Weight?"/"Step in the Arena”

Every Luke Cage review I post, I wonder a little bit how many people read it who belong to that conglomerate of anti-Cagers. Are you… 69 more words


Luke Cage is #FIRE!!

All I know is that I’m 5 episodes into #LukeCage. The show is #FIRE. I’m rewinding scenes like Cottonmouth’s Biggie monologue standing under the crown. 75 more words

The 'Luke Cage' Showrunner Didn't Think His Hero's Hoodie Would Evoke A 'Bulletproof Trayvon Martin'

During an early episode of Marvel’s Luke Cage on Netflix, the titular hero takes on a building full of bad guys without anything like Iron Man’s armor or Black Widow’s guns. 365 more words


Luke Cage's symbol of justice

Captain America has his shield. Thor’s got his hammer. Iron Man’s got his full-body armor. Not just weapons that they wield, but iconic symbols of their mythic power. 701 more words