If nothing else, this fiery final trailer is further proof that the Bushmaster won't be the only villain for Luke Cage to contend with, as Marvel's Hero for Hire gears up for a gruelling sophomore adventure. In keeping with the show's embrace of classic hip-hop, the clip features the Fugees track "Ready or Not" and offers up the notion that "black women have always had superpowers". Or will he stick to his superhero morals and refuse to work with a criminal, even if it means endangering the city he's supposed to protect?
After revealing that the family wealth comes from guns, the trailer cuts to her and her daughter captured in their apartment as Bushmaster pours gasoline and sets light to it.
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But Luke rescues her and hands her over to the emergency services before the whole building goes up in flames. Bushmaster, who's every bit as invincible as Mike Colter's Luke Cage, fancies himself the "king of pain" and intends to kill Mariah and Luke so he can reign over Harlem as its wretched royal figure. We're then introduced to New York Detective Misty Knight and the events that led to the freak accident in the line of duty from the first season of the Marvel Netflix series.
Meanwhile, after clearing his name in season one, he has become a celebrity in Harlem with a reputation as bulletproof as his skin.