Of all the super people that make up Netflix’s Marvel mini-verse, Luke Cage is easily the least vulnerable of all of them. He’s super strong, like Jessica Jones and Danny Rand, but his defining physical trait is his impenetrable skin. You can’t shoot Luke Cage — the bullets just bounce right off him. But Luke is certainly not unkillable. So as we head into the second season of “Luke Cage,” it’s worth looking again at how a bad guy might be able to take Luke out.
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If you still can’t get enough of all things Marvel, you’ll be happy to know that you can further immerse yourself in the MCU. As part of the three-year collaboration between Singapore Tourism Board and The Walt Disney Company Southeast Asia to bring unique thematic events to Singapore, Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes exhibition […] The post Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes appeared first on Geek Crusade.
Way back when Disney first acquired Marvel Studios in 2009, many a fan lamented that this meant the MCU would become too family-friendly (i.e. nearly everything to certain kinds of men). But it was 2004’s The Incredibles that showed us crime-fighting could indeed be a family affair as Bob Parr a.k.a. Mr Incredible (Craig T Nelson) […] The post The Incredibles 2 review: Back and better than before! appeared first on Geek Crusade.
Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Sandra Bullock and Cate Blanchett discuss the backlash all-female remake and sequels receive and how they combat it.