Netflix continues to do right by the Marvel universe with Luke Cage, whose 13 episodes drop on Friday.
Marvel’s Luke Cage flows right out of Marvel’s Jessica Jones, where Luke (Mike Colter) has made appearances while warming up for his own show.
Like Jessica, Luke (above right) is a tortured soul, ambivalent about his powers and unsure about what to do with his life. Brutal for him, good for TV viewers.
Marvel fans, a tough crowd, probably won’t approve of every nuance in Luke Cage, but it generally feels like a solid translation of the comic-book story to the screen. read more >>>
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