Netflix has released a new scene from the upcoming Marvel Comics-based Luke Cage series, which is set to release its entire first season September 30 on the streaming service.
Blaxploitation roots, over the top villains and a disco costume probably shouldn't make the cut when Mike Colter goes solo on Marvel's "Luke Cage."
In anticipation of Netflix's "Luke Cage," we look back at some of the best moments from his comic book relationship with Jessica Jones.
Luke Cage is going solo after his scene-stealing turn in "Jessica Jones," and CBR pointsâ€‚out the most important moments from the first trailer.
Marvel's Harlem makes its big debut in "Luke Cage," a series that was filmed in the very neighborhood it celebrates.
The Marvel Television chief explains how the films and TV shows fit together, and why the Netflix characters haven't popped up more in the movies.
The long-delayed series from the creator of "Samurai Jack" and "Dexter's Laboratory" will see print after an 8-year wait.
"House of Cards'" Mahershala Ali discusses the importance of "Luke Cage" as a diverse superhero, and how the series will impact the younger audience.
The first "Luke Cage" teaser is now available on Netflix, after the final episode of "Daredevil" Season 2.
David Walker spoke with CBR News about the book's focus on Luke and Danny's friendship, looming challenges and their role in "Civil War II."
Mike Colter's character is the latest in a line of images promoting Netflix's second Marvel series.
The "Pulp Fiction" director discussed who he had wanted to play Luke Cage at the time and what ultimately made him give up on the idea.
Colter tells CBR that after "Jessica Jones," the man with the unbreakable skin deals with the personal secrets he's been guarding as they begin to emerge.