On October 14, 2013, Limit line reports that Marvel is developing a 60-episode pack consisting of four series focusing on adult versions of their characters. As of November 2013, Disney announced that it made a deal with Netflix to create shows based on Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage. Luke Cage quickly became a role almost every black person in Hollywood wanted, and Marvel/Netflix finally settled in. Mike Colter to play the character. Played by Colter, Cage appeared in “Jessica Jones” before starring in her own series.
Write about the importance of Netflix’s “Luke Cage” to American Journal of Psychiatry, Dr. J. Corey Williams highlighted how the show managed to make a character created in 1972 feel more relevant than ever. “At first glance, you might think the new Netflix series ‘Luke Cage’ is just another rudimentary Marvel Comics superhero movie. But, there’s something completely different about this hero: the hero is a One celebration of this type of image is a stark departure from the archetypes of the white, cap-wearing crusaders in the most recent famous productions. of Marvel (i.e. Ant-Man, Avengers, Captain America, etc.).”
“The cultural and psychological significance of the show lies not only in having a Black superhero, but also in the bulletproof specific superpower that can create an emotional cord in Black people’s consciousness. ,” Williams continued. “As one character on the show stated, ‘There is something powerful about seeing a black man bulletproof and fearless.’
Although the show only lasted for two seasons, it quickly became the focus of the media’s representation of Black males.
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