Comicbook reports that season 2 of Marvel’s Luke Cage will feature a lineup of real-life urban artists, Billboard reveals.
Netflix has released the first teaser trailer for Luke Cage’s second season, which is set to land on the streaming service next month.
The bulletproof hero is back in Harlem. The second season of Netflix’s Marvel series “Luke Cage” will drop on Netflix June 22, 2018, the streaming service announced Tuesday in a new teaser Continue Reading →
Lastly this week is the latest Netflix Marvel show to hit Blu-ray, Luke Cage: The Complete First Season.
Crains NY reports that the Walt Disney Co. is more than doubling what was already the largest television production project in the state with an extension of its live-action miniseries Continue Reading →
BuzzFeed News can exclusively reveal that Lucy Liu (pictured on right) is directing the Season 2 premiere of Marvel’s Luke Cage, which is set to be released on Netflix in 2018.
Harlem’s Luke Cage is set to return in 2018, and the villains are about to be even more diabolical. The Night Of’s Mustafa Shakir and Insecure’s Gabrielle Dennis have joined the series as John McIver Continue Reading →
Comic Book reports that it looks like the second season of Luke Cage is about to get a little more… elementary.
Comic Book reports that Citizens of Harlem might be hearing reports of a man with unbreakable skin over the next few months.
Following on from the recent motion posters starring Luke Cage and Jessica Jones, the latest bit of promotional material for The Defenders to arrive online features Danny Rand AKA Iron Fist in a new Continue Reading →
Marvel’s “Luke Cage” has been nominated for a prestigious Peabody Award, which recognizes outstanding achievement in electronic media.
Saturday, join EDEN Bodyworks, as Simone Missick who plays Misty Knight on Netflix’s new hit series, Luke Cage sits down with Renae Bluitt of In Her Shoes Blog to discuss Continue Reading →
From July 21st – July 24th, 2016 the San Diego Comic-Con took take place at the San Diego Convention Center, with a special panel for Marvel’s Luke Cage.
You’ve probably seen the new Marvel Comic show on Nelflix Luke Cage, Amazon has released a rare “Luke Cage, Hero For Hire” first edition comic book – as the copy Continue Reading →
Netflix’s third Marvel series, “Luke Cage,” premieres on the streaming service September 30, but Luke Cage himself, Mike Colter, is visiting BUILD before the highly anticipated release.
Jidenna does his rap r&b thing on Long Live The Chief (Harlem’s Luke Cage 1X05 TV Series) during one of the vignette performances at a fictional Harlem Paradise club in the Netflix series Continue Reading →
Luke Cage, also known as “take no prisoners” Power Man, was born 1972, in Harlem. He is a fictional superhero that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics.
Lead actor, Mike Colter, of America Is Still The Place, which was awarded Best Film at Harlem Int’l Film Festival 2015, is back as Harlem’s own hero as Luke Cage in Continue Reading →
Luke Cage is another superhero who falls into the “I didn’t ask for this” category à la Deus Ex’s Adam Jensen, but in the latest trailer for Netflix’s eponymous Marvel Continue Reading →
Luke “Harlem’s Hero” Cage, also known as Power Man is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by Archie Goodwin and John Romita, Sr., he Continue Reading →
Marvel unveiled the first official Luke Cage trailer tonight, providing a glimpse into the musclebound crime fighter’s world as he battles evil elements in Harlem, New York City.
Even as 2016 turns Marvel’s focus back from Jessica Jones to Daredevil Season 2, we’re still looking for a bead on the next Defender to come our way, Luke Cage.
In celebration of Black History Month, Comcast launched a new short film that puts a spotlight on some of the talented contributors behind America’s favorite superhero stories, shows and movies.
Andra Day, the award-winning singer, songwriter, and philanthropist, released today a recording and music video for Strange Fruit, the historic song originally recorded by Billie Holiday in 1939.
Trulia reports that if you want to buy a home in Harlem but don’t have a pile of cash in the bank? You’re not alone.