The narrative time jumping continues on Cloak and Dagger as we learn more about Mayhem. This is the surprise duplicate of Detective Bridget O’Reilly that we saw at the end of last season, but didn’t realize at the time.
After what felt like a really long break, Cloak and Dagger comes back for a second season with a two-parter that starts with “White Lines.”
There are no spoilers in this review. I even had someone else check it over for me, just to be sure.
Luke Cage’s second season, and sadly the series, come to an end in “They Reminisce Over You.” I’ll talk more about the end later. I will say there were a lot of surprises and twists along the way, most of which I didn’t see coming. Since it’s both a season and series finale, there will be spoilers below.
There are sort of spoilers here, but they are from Marvel Studios themselves.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe takes another step forward (or is that backwards?) as Captain Marvel chronicles events from several years before things started off with Iron Man.
The end is almost here, as “Can’t Front On Me,” episode 12 out of 13 for Luke Cage’s final season, spins up. There are plots and schemes and wheels within wheels going on here.