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New Posters Revealed for Marvel’s Luke Cage

Two new character posters have been revealed for upcoming Marvel Netflix series, Luke Cage

The series hits the streaming service this month, allowing fans to dive into all episodes on September 30. If September can’t end quickly enough, however, you can check out Daredevil and Jessica Jones alum Rosario Dawson in her new poster below, reprising her role as Claire Temple in the upcoming Marvel series.

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Also shared was a look at new character, Misty Knight, who’ll be played by newcomer Simone Missick:

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The series hardened protagonist will be played by Mike Colter, known for his previous appearance in Jessica Jones. Also slated for the upcoming series are Frank Whaley as Rafael Scarfe, Mahershala Ali as Cottonmouth, Theo Rossi as Shades, and Alfre Woodard as Mariah Dillard (via. Coming Soon).

After a rogue experiment alters his strength and resilience, Luke Cage (Mike Colter) sets out to make amends in New York City – only to find his demons just won’t stay buried as he confronts the city’s ominous villains. The series lands on Netflix on September 30.

[Source: Marvel]

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