If nothing else, this fiery final trailer is further proof that the Bushmaster won't be the only villain for Luke Cage to contend with, as Marvel's Hero for Hire gears up for a gruelling sophomore adventure.
And, of course, star Mike Coulter's Luke, a former convict who now fights crime in New York's Harlem after an experiment left him with superhuman strength and unbreakable skin, is going to have a tough time. It's clear from this trailer that the second season will be primarily focused on Alfre Woodard's Mariah Dillard, who is faced with a threat to her hold over Harlem by the antagonist Bushmaster (Mustafa Shakir), who is bulletproof just like Luke Cage. In keeping with the show's embrace of classic hip-hop, the clip features the Fugees track "Ready or Not" and offers up the notion that "black women have always had superpowers".
'Mariah must burn, ' he snears, 'I wanna smell her flesh'. The video then zooms in on Misty's new appendage, which she will no doubt begin to use on the streets of NY and Harlem to fight alongside Luke Cage.
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South Korea , meanwhile, appeared to have been blindsided by Trump's change of heart on war games. Bishop said: "I don't believe that suspension for suspension has actually been agreed".
As the war between Mariah and Bushmaster becomes ever more violent, Luke wrestles with the idea of intervening to protect the councilwoman/crime boss for the good of the city.
Politics looks to be bringing plenty of pain in the second season of Luke Cage.