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Luke Cage Recap: Dishwasher Lazarus

It isn't a coincidence that Luke dons an expensive suit (courtesy of real-life Harlem legend Dapper Dan) in the same episode he chooses to publicly use his superpowers. If the hoodie was a symbol of who Luke was, the suit is a symbol of who he's becoming.Sure, Mike Colter looking ... More »
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