Marvel’s Luke Cage Season 2 is only a few days away from its release date and the promotional campaign continue to surprise fans. Right before its release date, the showrunners have put a unique and exciting billboard in New York City, reminding fans about the upcoming season of the series.
Recently, a Luke Cage billboard was spotted by fans and it seems the audience is totally loving it. The hoarding does not only reveal the release date of Season 2 but it shows the superhero himself holding up the advertisement. Several media outlets are suggesting that it is a clever advertisement and marketing strategy.
As shown in the photos posted by a few fans on social media, a Luke Cage statue is lifting up the huge hoarding. Scroll down to view some photos courtesy of fans who clearly are very impressed by the billboard. Scroll down to view a few photos.
Luke will be back on the streets of Harlem with Misty Knight on his side in Season 2. After clearing his name, Luke has become a celebrity of sorts. In the upcoming season, Luke must define his limits as new powerful enemies such as Bushmaster rise against him. Once again, he walks the blurred path of becoming a hero or a villain. Meanwhile, he will continue to go after his old nemesis Black Mariah.
In addition, showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker revealed the episode titles for Luke Cage Season 2 on his official Twitter account. All of the titles are said to be borrowed from songs by Pete Rock and C.L.Smooth. Unfortunately, the titles do not reveal much about the show’s plot. The first episode is titled “Soul Brother #1” and it is directed by Lucy Liu and written by Coker. Below is the list of the titles as revealed by the showrunner.
“With Luke, he doesn’t have a mask. Everybody knows where to find him. So, how does that affect his life? How does that affect his livelihood? He’s a hero for hire. He could get paid, so let’s deal with that realistically, but then let’s also go for deeper things,” Coker said in an interview with Digital Trends.
Luke Cage Season 2 premieres June 22 on Netflix. Keep visiting Pursue News for more updates and information.
— Fernando Bass (@fer_bass) June 12, 2018
— Heroes For Hire. (@JerrellZod) June 11, 2018
1. Soul Brother #1
2. Straighten It Out
4. I Get Physical
5. All Souled Out
6. The Basement
7. On and On
8. If It Aint Rough, It Ain't Right
9. For Pete's Sake
10. The Main Ingredient
11. The Creator
12. Can't Front On Me.
13. They Reminisce Over You.
— Cheo Hodari Coker (@cheo_coker) June 7, 2018
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