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- Posted on July 14, 2018 Woodard shares her insight, experience, and personal history and how it shaped Mariah. If you still haven’t tuned in to the second season of “Marvel’s Luke Cage” on Netflix, you can still watch this bonus clip! In this spoiler-free interview, the hosts of This Week in Marvel sit down with the (...)

- Posted on July 10, 2018 Time for a new episode, the third of this second season. Are you all catched up? Television Series > Luke Cage > Season 2 > Screencaptures > 2×03 – Wig Out

- Posted on July 3, 2018 Screencaptures from second episode of Luke Cage have been added. Take a look! Television Series > Luke Cage > Season 2 > Screencaptures > 2×02 – Straighten It Out

- Posted on June 25, 2018 Screencaptures from first episode of second season of Luke Cage have been added to the gallery. Enjoy! Television Series > Luke Cage > Season 2 > Screencaptures > 2×01 – Soul Brother #1

- Posted on June 25, 2018 Thanks to the generosity of some friends, I’ve added to the gallery HQ stills from first season of Luke Cage. Hopefully will be able to add season2 ones soon. Enjoy them! Television Series > Luke Cage > Season 1 > Episodic Stills

- Posted on June 22, 2018 The new season is on Netflix from today, but I will be posting one episode caps each week, to give time to people to watch the episodes and don’t get spoilered. First episode will come in a couple of days. Meantime, I’m uploading the whole first season of the (...)

- Posted on June 21, 2018 Every great superhero film or show is elevated by its villain. In Marvel’s Luke Cage Alfre Woodard smolders as the ambitious and ruthless Mariah Dillard, Queen of Harlem. The local councilwoman comes from “old money,” stacked high and wide on the misdeeds of her cousins, The Stokes. In season one, she walked (...)

- Posted on June 21, 2018 The first season of Marvel’s Luke Cage didn’t lack for stirring performances, but even in a crowded field, Alfre Woodard stood out. The actor portrayed Mariah Dillard, a Harlem politician who moonlit as a crime lord and came to bedevil Mike Colter’s titular hero. Although Mariah just barely managed (...)