Luke Cage Season 2 Review | Bigger and Better than Season 1
Luke Cage Season 2 is bigger, more emotionally dark and better than Season 1. Season 2 really feels like it takes all the issues with the first season and addresses them to make this more of a black family crime drama than super hero show. And that's a good thing.
A lot of things work for this season:
- A villain that challenges Luke both physically and mentally
- The Family First theme of the season
- Alfre Woodard's transformation with Mariah
- The comic book teamups (Daughters of the Dragon, Powerman and Iron Fist)
- The way the music is integrated into season and is important to understanding the themes and scenes
- Not making Luke the central piece but leaving his character in a really interesting place
- and more
Check out Kriss' video review as well as the audio review with Kriss & Phenom. We'll be back later with more in depth discussions of this season after it drops on the 22nd of June.
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