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Luke Cage here is acting just like I have always hated to see Superheroes acting. Seriously, count the number of fights you have read because someone didn't agree, or see it the other guys way. Here Luke Cage is willing to throw away his marriage and his life with his child, because he doesn't want to register. I feel that is pure selfishness. At least the issue tried to handle this mature story pretty well. I wouldn't have expected it. I hope Luke does come around. Although it did make for a ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
I think Bendis can be a very brave writer at times. He uses a large part of this issue on a dialogue between Luke Cage and Jessica Jones about whether they will stay together or not. It's fairly successful but you couldn't call it action packed. I loved the scene of Luke visiting Jess's old apartment and it stirring up memories for him (possibly of the x-rated scenes from Alias). The actual dialogue between the two was well handled too - we had too very strong, belligerent characters unwilli...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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