If you’ve had the stamina to binge-watch the entire second season of Netflix’s Daredevil already, you were given a treat for your diligence at the end of the last episode in the form of a teaser trailer for the upcoming Luke Cage series. You can click here to watch it on Netflix’s official site or watch the YouTube video below (subtitled in Italian).

Unbreakable skin and badassery. Sweet Christmas, this is going to be slick. Mike Colter brought an appropriate level of sass and no-nonsense to the role of Luke in Marvel’s Jessica Jones, so the chance to experience his backstory in celluloid (or digital, I’m old) will be nice to see. Really, stop and think about this: We live in a world where Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Jessica Jones each have or will have series of their own. Just 15 years ago, we didn’t even have a Spider-Man film. We live in awesome, interesting times, folks. Let’s appreciate that.

Marvel’s Luke Cage starring Mike Colter will hit Netflix on September 30th.

Sweet Christmas!

Sweet Christmas!

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