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‘Luke Cage’ And The Changing American Superhero

'Once upon a time, and for quite a long time, American superheroes were basically white, male and super. They were great, but not every kid could see him or herself in their boots, their cape. Well, that has changed. Superman’s still out there. But now we’ve got a new raft of superheroes. Luke Cage, the bulletproof black man. Jessica Jones super-powered rape survivor. And more.
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