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Luke Cage (Marvel Comics) Character Review

Luke Cage (Marvel Comics) Character Review

Luke Cage (Marvel Comics) Character Review

Luke Cage (born Carl Lucas and also called Power Man) is a fictional Character, a superhero appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Archie Goodwin and artist John Romita, Sr., he first appeared in Luke Cage, Hero for Hire (June 1972). He obtained his powers in an accident that left him with near-impervious skin and superhuman strength - More about Luke Cage (Marvel Comics) Character Review...keep reading !!

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Powers and Abilities (Luke Cage)

Luke Cage possesses superhuman strength and stamina, and has extremely dense skin and muscle tissue which render him highly resistant to physical injury. Cage possesses these abilities as a result of his participation in dangerous, and highly controversial, experiments while in prison. The cellular regeneration experiment has fortified the various tissues of Cage's body, granting him a high degree of resistance to injury via skin that is as strong as titanium and can resist high caliber bullets, puncture wounds, corrosives, and extreme temperatures and pressures without sustaining damage (It has been noted that he has skin as "hard as steel", but when he went up against an adversary that was going to shoot him with bullets that "can pierce steel", he relates that the "steel" hardness of his skin is just a saying and its much tougher than that). Despite this, it is still possible to cause him injury. For example, it is possible to injure him with adamantium weapons. However, it has been shown that the supernatural fangs of a vampire are not able to pierce his skin.

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A second exposure to said experiments further enhanced his strength and durability to current levels. He is described as being significantly stronger than his first enhancement.

The same experiment which granted him his great strength and durability has also given him a faster than normal recovery time from injury. Cage's recovery time from physical trauma is significantly shorter than that of a normal human. A major drawback, however, to his superhuman durability is that when he does sustain serious injury beyond his ability to heal on his own, medical care is difficult, given doctors' inability to get past his hardened skin, as in the Secret War limited series.

Luke Cage is an exceptional street fighter and was a gifted athlete before receiving superhuman abilities. He has also studied martial arts under Iron Fist's instruction, learning how to couple leverage with his strength in order to increase his combat effectiveness against more powerful opponents.

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He owns a jacket that is as durable as his skin, having been exposed to the "Power Man" treatment during Cage's second exposure.

In Other Media (Film/Movie)

A film adaptation of Luke Cage was in development for Marvel Studios and Columbia Pictures, with John Singleton directing. In May 2013, it was announced that the film rights for Power Man had reverted back to Marvel Studios.

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