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Iron Fist came to Comic-Con talking up a big game of how Danny Rand, in the wake of The Defenders, would honour the spirit of Matt Murdock.
But let’s be real — as cool as it sounds, what we’re here for is even more Colleen Wing and Misty Knight tag-team fights, and our first good look at season two promises exactly that.
It took seven episodes, but Cloak & Dagger, the superhero show airing on FOX8 in Australia, finally referenced the larger Marvel universe.
Between the success of Black Panther and female-fronted projects like Wonder Woman, it seems like diversity and representation in front of -- and behind -- the camera has finally become increasingly important to filmmakers and audiences alike. But self-described "bionic actress" Angel Giuffria is waiting for more. She hopes this will be a tipping point, where eventually people will start to see more characters like herself on the big screen: people with disabilities.
Video: Luke Cage isn't a trained fighter, an expert private investigator, or a warrior blessed with mystical energies, but he is a damn-near indestructible hero with a good head on his shoulders and a solid moral compass. But how does an unbreakable man fight someone who can render him completely vulnerable? Netflix's new trailer for Luke Cage gives us a taste of what Harlem's hero is up against in season two.
The next season of Netflix's Iron Fist show just a hell of a lot more interesting -- because Marvel just confirmed that the cast is getting an upgrade in the form of one of the best parts of another Netflix show: Luke Cage's Misty Knight.
We already have Misty Knight being one of the many bright spots of Luke Cage. Colleen Wing looks very promising in what little we've seen of Iron Fist so far. Now we know that both characters are going to be in The Defenders, so Netflix, Marvel, please: Give us the Misty/Colleen team-up show after this clearly monumental meeting of characters.