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  1. Mark Onwuka Jr

    Mark Onwuka Jr

    20/10/2016
    Marvel usually gets a lot of hate about their live action portrayals of villains. The Netflix shows luckily get more time in comparison to the movies to delve into the antagonist's psyche. Mahershala Ali should be praised for his take on CottonMouth in Luke Cage. His mannerisms, cadence, the background music, everything in this scene sets the tone for the entire show. I was amazed by his performance on the show, way too impressed. There's just an odd, fulfilling sensation by watching someone play a negative person yet let it relate to you and be intimidating. He also has the perfect laugh. Watch the show to see more of his epic performance.
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    Luke Cage Good To Be King Scene
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  2. Mark Onwuka Jr

    Mark Onwuka Jr

    26/08/2016
    Interesting take on Captain Marvel in the Civil War II series. It is somewhat hard to root for her character's stance. What do you think about Civil War II? Some fans are mad that right after Secret Wars we have another giant cross-over event. Which is understandable it can get confusing and some of the comics have been delayed. Making it hard for the reader to grasp everything in chronological order. I'm actually really into the story so far, not an entirely new concept but every issue I'm invested in and I even laughed out loud at some of Iron Man's jokes. What are your takes on the story?
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    Civil War II Is Ruining Captain Marvel
    io9.gizmodo.com Civil War II has Marvel’s superheroes fighting each other again; this time, it’s over whether it’s better to try and stop evil when you have foreknowledge in advance. Captain Marvel is leading the charge on predictive justice and it’s a stance...
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  3. Mark Onwuka Jr

    Mark Onwuka Jr

    03/08/2016
    I've been reading the new Black Panther series already because he's one of my favorite characters. This got me even more excited, it's so inspiring to see black, latin ,female, writers and artists get a chance that wasn't possible at all years ago.
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    Marvel and DC Comics' Fight for Black Women and Against Legacy
    www.comicbookresources.com Marvel and DC Comics' Fight for Black Women and Against Legacy - Joseph Illidge examines recent announcements at Marvel and DC Comics, and the progress it represents for Black women in the comic book...
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