If you're a Netflix subscriber, somewhere between Thursday night and Friday morning you probably got an email announcing that the much-anticipated Luke Cage had finally been released. If you haven't spent the last eighteen months binging the previous Marvel offerings - Daredevil and Jessica Jones - the email might not have meant much to you. But boy, it should. Luke Cage is everything you want in television show: it's got a phenomenal cast, an intricate plot that's full of surprise twist and turns, and all 13 episodes can be watched back-to-back in the span of one rainy day.
After teasing Marvel fans a few months back, Netflix finally released a full trailer for Luke Cage, at Comic Con. For those unfamiliar, the series is a semi-spinoff to Netflix’s other smash Marvel hit Jessica Jones, and follows