Luke Cage (2016– )
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You Know My Steez 

With all of Harlem bearing witness, Luke takes on the fight of his life in hopes of emerging as the defender his city needs.

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Hernan 'Shades' Alvarez
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Soledad
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Bobby Fish
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Dr. Noah Burstein
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Thembi Wallace
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Candace
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Teenage Carl Lucas
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Teenage Willis Stryker
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Aisha Axton (as Ninja Devoe)
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With all of Harlem bearing witness, Luke takes on the fight of his life in hopes of emerging as the defender his city needs.

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The final episode of the first season is named after the "GangStarr" song, "You Know My Steez". The song features a sample from Method Man's verse in a song called "Shadowboxin'". The sample is used as part of the chorus, as well as the song's namesake. Method Man features as himself in episode 12 of the first season of "Luke Cage". See more »

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Aisha Axton: All these people were talking bad about Luke Cage. But they didn't stop for one minute to look at the good he had done. Cleaning up Crispus Attucks by himself, lookin' out for people? Most of these guys wear spandex. Who would have thought a black man in a hoodie would be a hero?
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References Diamond Jim (1935) See more »

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100 Days, 100 Nights
Written by Bosco Mann
Performed by Sharon Jones & Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
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