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->''You're right, [[EvilFormerFriend Stryker]]. I lost my way. I lost my humanity. I forgot who I was...but then something happened -- Something I didn't expect -- I was reborn!''

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[[caption-width:250: Sweet Christmas!]]


'''Luke Cage''', alias Power Man, is a Creator/MarvelComics superhero, originally created as part of the [[TheSeventies 1970s]] {{blaxploitation}} craze. He first appeared in ''"Hero for Hire''" #1 (June, 1972), created by writers Archie Goodwin and Roy Thomas, along with artists John Romita, Sr. and George Tuska.

Luke's original name was Carl Lucas, and he grew up on the streets of Harlem. Convicted of a crime he didn't commit, he was offered a chance at parole if he'd participate in a prison experiment on cell regeneration. The experiment was sabotaged by a prison guard with a grudge against Lucas, granting him {{super strength}} and {{nigh invulnerability}}. Traumatised by the experiment, Lucas lashed out at the guard, then, fearing that his lash-out would see him losing parole, made a break for it. Returning to New York, he was inspired to become a 'hero for hire', helping out anyone who could pay his price, and adopted the pseudonym "Luke Cage".

He originally had his own solo title, known as ''"Hero for Hire''" for 16 issues (June, 1972-December, 1973), then as ''"Power Man''" for issues #17-49 (February, 1974-February, 1978). In issue #50, Luke was teamed up with [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]]. The series continued as ''"Power Man and Iron Fist''" for issues #50-125 (April, 1978- September, 1986). With its cancellation, Luke was left with no regular series for a few years. He returned to stardom with ''"Cage''" vol. 1, which ran for 20 issues (April, 1992-November, 1993). ''"Cage''" vol. 2 was a 5-issue miniseries (March-September, 2002) by Brian Azzarello. In 2005, Luke joined the Comicbook/NewAvengers and has been a regular ever since. In this period Luke married Comicbook/{{Alias}} star JessicaJones. They have a daughter, Danielle. After ComicBook/DarkReign Luke has also become the man in charge of the new generation of {{Thunderbolts}}.

Luke and his Hero For Hire days have inspired a number of other heroes - one has taken up Luke's old "Power-Man" name, and several others have created an entire team devoted to this way of heroism, ''ComicBook/HeroesForHire''.

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[[AC:{{Comics}}]]
* ''Luke Cage, Hero for Hire'' (1972)
* ''Power Man'' (1974)
* ''Power Man and Iron Fist'' (1978)
* ''Cage'' Vol. 1 (1992)
* ''Heroes for Hire'' (1997)
* ''Cage'' Vol. 2 (2002)
* ''Luke Cage Noir'' (2009)
* ''New Avengers: Luke Cage'' (2010)
* ''Mighty Avengers'' (2013)

[[AC:LiveActionTV]]
* ''Untitled Luke Cage Series''
* ''Untitled [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Defenders]] Series''


[[AC:WesternAnimation]]
* ''TheSuperHeroSquadShow''
* ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}''

[[AC:VideoGames]]
* ''MarvelUltimateAlliance''
* ''Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2''
* ''SpiderManWebOfShadows''
* ''VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAlliance''

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!!Comics featuring Luke Cage provide examples of:

* TenMinuteRetirement: When Bendis' New Avengers run ended, he quit to take care of his family. Now he's back as the leader of the new roster of the Mighty Avengers.
* BabiesEverAfter: Danielle.
* BadAss: Hey, if one of your achievements is beating down [[SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Doctor]] [[EvilOverlord Doom]] (and not a Doom-bot) by attacking his chest repeatedly, revealing that Doom's armor cannot take continuous sustained damage in a single area, all for the sake of getting back $200, you gotta BE badass.
* BaldBlackLeaderGuy: As the leader of the Thunderbolts and New Avengers.
* BashBrothers: Cage and Iron Fist.
* BerserkButton: Back in the day, he strongly objected to being called a mercenary. These days, if you want to get messed up real quick, try messing with his family.
** Do ''not'' run out on a dept you owe him. See {{Badass}} for details.
* TheBigGuy: Works well for any team he's on, and when he teamed with Iron Fist.
* {{Blaxploitation}}: One of the premiere examples in comics. Cage more or less embraces it, though.
* BoisterousBruiser: Rarely does he miss the chance to trash talk and punctuate them between punching.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6d3RqCUvK3g "Now look at [=MODOK=]. Now back to me. Now back to Sugar Man. Now back to me."]]
* BrainsAndBrawn: When he works with Iron Fist, he's the brawn, Fist is the brains.
* CainAndAbel: Cage and his brother Coldfire.
* CatchPhrase: SWEET CHRISTMAS!
** Usually shortened to simply "Christmas!" He also threw around "Sweet Sister!" a lot early on.
* ChainedByFashion: Often wore a chain belt.
* CivvieSpandex: His old costume was mostly just chains and metal bands around a shirt and pants. Since that time, he [[NotWearingTights hasn't worn a costume at all]].
* {{Determinator}}: Never mind the fact he'll keep fighting, he just would ''not'' stop giving money to a coffee machine that kept screwing up his orders. Ever.
** It's also worth noting that you should never... ever... ever try to run out on a debt to Luke. As referenced under the BadAss entry: Dr. Doom tried and it resulted in Luke bum rushing the Baxter Building to 'borrow' a Fantasticar (clobbering the Thing in the process), flying himself all the way to Latveria and beating Doom like a rented mule. All over a matter of $200. ''"Where's my money, Honey?"'' has on occasion been referred to as the four scariest words in the Marvel Universe.
* DisneyVillainDeath: Many issues of Luke Cage: Hero For Hire and Luke Cage: Power Man ended with the villains falling from great heights. Mr. Fish, Steeplejack, and Lionmane all met their end this way. It *almost* happened to Gideon Mace too.
* GoshDangItToHeck: Cage used his catchphrase "sweet Christmas!" in place of profanity because his grandmother didn't like him swearing, and by his account, she was way meaner and tougher than any of the villains he fought.
** Subverted these days...
-->''SWEET F**KING CHRISTMAS!''
* HappilyMarried: With Jessica Jones
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Cage and Daniel Rand, aka Iron Fist. Luke even named his daughter Danielle after him.
** He also had this sort of friendship with Spider-Man when they both were part of the NewAvengers.
* HonorBeforeReason: Despite being broke, without insurance, and with a baby to support, Luke flat out ''refuses'' a stipend from [[CaptainAmerica Steve Rogers]] and ComicBook/{{SHIELD}} because he was promised that the New Avengers would be totally autonomous. Jessica ''immediately'' calls him out on this.
* ImmuneToBullets
* InsistentTerminology: He most definitely did not ever wear a tiara. It was a headband. Head. Band.
* IWasQuiteAFashionVictim: After that monstrosity, it's no surprise he's one of the most famous CivvieSpandex guys today. The likes of Deadpool and Spider-Man love reminding the poor guy about it, though.
* JiveTurkey: Like we said, joker, he first appeared in the seventies.
** It gets funny when he gets a hold of [[TheMightyThor Mjolnir]] in an early ''ComicBook/WhatIf'':
--->By the gleamin' gates of funky Asgard, you suckers are gonna '''''eat hammer!'''''
* TheLancer: Interchangeable when working with Iron Fist.
* LegacyCharacter: Hispanic teen Vic Alvarez, who took up the 'Power Man' name on the grounds Luke wasn't using it anymore.
** Luke himself took the name from the villainous Power Man (Erik Josten, now better known as Atlas from the {{Thunderbolts}}).
** Jessica Jones also goes by "Power Woman" when she isn't Jewel, Knightress, or [[IHaveManyNames whatever the hell else she goes by]].
* LikesOlderWomen: A gag in ''New Avengers'' was that he and Ann-Marie Hoag of Damage Control once had a fling.
* LogicalWeakness: Having super-tough skin makes dealing with internal injuries difficult, to say the least. Has a good HealingFactor though, so that helps.
* TheMaidenNameDebate: Spoofed in one issue of ''New Avengers'', where Luke tries to convince Jessica to use "Power Woman" as her superhero name. ("You married me. Take the name." "But I'm my own person." "Who's married to me.")
* MalignedMixedMarriage: When the new Power Man shows up and is initially antagonistic towards Luke, he suggests that Luke's less of a black man for having married a white woman. [[BerserkButton Punching ensues.]]
* OnlySaneMan: When the rest of the group either gets a little TOO gung-ho or a little TOO pacifist, he lets his opinion be known that they're acting a mite off.
** Subverted during ''SecretInvasion'' when Cage willingly took the bait and engaged both Avengers teams in a battle with their Skrull copycats in the Savage Land (while New York was concurrently burning to the ground) because his doppleganger annoyed him. This was despite the fact that Ares, God of War, was very clear that this was a very deliberate waste of time and that they should retreat immediately.
* PapaWolf: You put his child in danger, good luck surviving the rest of the day.
* RatedMForManly
* ReallyGetsAround: Apparently has had relations with Tigra, Black Cat, Jessica Drew and She-Hulk. Ms Marvel once joked that he was known as a habital "cape chaser."
* RunningGag: In the 70s and 80s he had a coffee machine that always got his order wrong. Clearly a God was behind it because the one time it got his order right, Cage slipped and dropped his drink. And when it was getting replaced the new one got smashed very quickly.
** Subtler one -- can you name any of his old comics that didn't feature him [[ShirtlessScene losing his shirt?]] Or his office getting trashed?
*** Likewise, can you name any of the ''newer'' comics he's in that doesn't feature him losing his shit?
* SaltAndPepper: With Iron Fist.
* ScaryBlackMan: Subverted in the sense that even though he grew up in the 'hood and did have the mentality, he's fully aware of the stereotypes and acknowledges them.
* SecretPublicIdentity: He didn't use Power Man for long and even when he did, it was more of a nickname since everyone knew him as Luke Cage and he obviously did not wear a mask. While Luke Cage was not his birthname, it did eventually become his legal name.
* SpotlightStealingSquad: Cage bears the brunt of being one of Creator/BrianMichaelBendis' big favorites, thus he often takes a lot of roles in Bendis' series such as ''Comicbook/{{Alias}}'' and ''Daredevil'' where he eventually snagged a major supporting character slot. Also, he's the ''current ''Mighty Avengers'' leader.
** Despite Iron Fist being his lifemate, Spider-Man and Cage often come across as this in New Avengers.
* SuperStrength: His defining power. Over the years, DependingOnTheWriter, his strength level was anywhere between Spider-Man's or the Hulk's.
* SymbolSwearing: A modern staple of Luke's.
* VengefulVendingMachine: Luke Cage, Power Man, had a RunningGag feud with the coffee machine at the local police station based on its supposedly hostile behavior.
** ''And'' the soda machine at his old office. Clearly, Luke had no luck with crazy vending machines.
* WeHelpTheHelpless: There's a reason he called himself a Hero For Hire. At one point while working with ComicBook/TheDefenders, he complains that all the time he spends with them takes away from good-paying jobs. This prompts Nighthawk, alias [[CrimefightingWithCash multimillionaire Kyle Richmond]], to pull out his chequebook and put Luke on retainer so he gets paid for helping the Defenders.

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->''You're right, [[EvilFormerFriend Stryker]]. I lost my way. I lost my humanity. I forgot who I was...but then something happened -- Something I didn't expect -- I was reborn!''

http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/LukeCageOrigin_2891.jpg
[[caption-width:250: Sweet Christmas!]]


'''Luke Cage''', alias Power Man, is a Creator/MarvelComics superhero, originally created as part of the [[TheSeventies 1970s]] {{blaxploitation}} craze. He first appeared in ''"Hero for Hire''" #1 (June, 1972), created by writers Archie Goodwin and Roy Thomas, along with artists John Romita, Sr. and George Tuska.

Luke's original name was Carl Lucas, and he grew up on the streets of Harlem. Convicted of a crime he didn't commit, he was offered a chance at parole if he'd participate in a prison experiment on cell regeneration. The experiment was sabotaged by a prison guard with a grudge against Lucas, granting him {{super strength}} and {{nigh invulnerability}}. Traumatised by the experiment, Lucas lashed out at the guard, then, fearing that his lash-out would see him losing parole, made a break for it. Returning to New York, he was inspired to become a 'hero for hire', helping out anyone who could pay his price, and adopted the pseudonym "Luke Cage".

He originally had his own solo title, known as ''"Hero for Hire''" for 16 issues (June, 1972-December, 1973), then as ''"Power Man''" for issues #17-49 (February, 1974-February, 1978). In issue #50, Luke was teamed up with [[ComicBook/ImmortalIronFist Iron Fist]]. The series continued as ''"Power Man and Iron Fist''" for issues #50-125 (April, 1978- September, 1986). With its cancellation, Luke was left with no regular series for a few years. He returned to stardom with ''"Cage''" vol. 1, which ran for 20 issues (April, 1992-November, 1993). ''"Cage''" vol. 2 was a 5-issue miniseries (March-September, 2002) by Brian Azzarello. In 2005, Luke joined the Comicbook/NewAvengers and has been a regular ever since. In this period Luke married Comicbook/{{Alias}} star JessicaJones. They have a daughter, Danielle. After ComicBook/DarkReign Luke has also become the man in charge of the new generation of {{Thunderbolts}}.

Luke and his Hero For Hire days have inspired a number of other heroes - one has taken up Luke's old "Power-Man" name, and several others have created an entire team devoted to this way of heroism, ''ComicBook/HeroesForHire''.

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[[AC:{{Comics}}]]
* ''Luke Cage, Hero for Hire'' (1972)
* ''Power Man'' (1974)
* ''Power Man and Iron Fist'' (1978)
* ''Cage'' Vol. 1 (1992)
* ''Heroes for Hire'' (1997)
* ''Cage'' Vol. 2 (2002)
* ''Luke Cage Noir'' (2009)
* ''New Avengers: Luke Cage'' (2010)
* ''Mighty Avengers'' (2013)

[[AC:LiveActionTV]]
* ''Untitled Luke Cage Series''
* ''Untitled [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Defenders]] Series''


[[AC:WesternAnimation]]
* ''TheSuperHeroSquadShow''
* ''WesternAnimation/AvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}''

[[AC:VideoGames]]
* ''MarvelUltimateAlliance''
* ''Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2''
* ''SpiderManWebOfShadows''
* ''VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAlliance''

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!!Comics featuring Luke Cage provide examples of:

* TenMinuteRetirement: When Bendis' New Avengers run ended, he quit to take care of his family. Now he's back as the leader of the new roster of the Mighty Avengers.
* BabiesEverAfter: Danielle.
* BadAss: Hey, if one of your achievements is beating down [[SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Doctor]] [[EvilOverlord Doom]] (and not a Doom-bot) by attacking his chest repeatedly, revealing that Doom's armor cannot take continuous sustained damage in a single area, all for the sake of getting back $200, you gotta BE badass.
* BaldBlackLeaderGuy: As the leader of the Thunderbolts and New Avengers.
* BashBrothers: Cage and Iron Fist.
* BerserkButton: Back in the day, he strongly objected to being called a mercenary. These days, if you want to get messed up real quick, try messing with his family.
** Do ''not'' run out on a dept you owe him. See {{Badass}} for details.
* TheBigGuy: Works well for any team he's on, and when he teamed with Iron Fist.
* {{Blaxploitation}}: One of the premiere examples in comics. Cage more or less embraces it, though.
* BoisterousBruiser: Rarely does he miss the chance to trash talk and punctuate them between punching.
** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6d3RqCUvK3g "Now look at [=MODOK=]. Now back to me. Now back to Sugar Man. Now back to me."]]
* BrainsAndBrawn: When he works with Iron Fist, he's the brawn, Fist is the brains.
* CainAndAbel: Cage and his brother Coldfire.
* CatchPhrase: SWEET CHRISTMAS!
** Usually shortened to simply "Christmas!" He also threw around "Sweet Sister!" a lot early on.
* ChainedByFashion: Often wore a chain belt.
* CivvieSpandex: His old costume was mostly just chains and metal bands around a shirt and pants. Since that time, he [[NotWearingTights hasn't worn a costume at all]].
* {{Determinator}}: Never mind the fact he'll keep fighting, he just would ''not'' stop giving money to a coffee machine that kept screwing up his orders. Ever.
** It's also worth noting that you should never... ever... ever try to run out on a debt to Luke. As referenced under the BadAss entry: Dr. Doom tried and it resulted in Luke bum rushing the Baxter Building to 'borrow' a Fantasticar (clobbering the Thing in the process), flying himself all the way to Latveria and beating Doom like a rented mule. All over a matter of $200. ''"Where's my money, Honey?"'' has on occasion been referred to as the four scariest words in the Marvel Universe.
* DisneyVillainDeath: Many issues of Luke Cage: Hero For Hire and Luke Cage: Power Man ended with the villains falling from great heights. Mr. Fish, Steeplejack, and Lionmane all met their end this way. It *almost* happened to Gideon Mace too.
* GoshDangItToHeck: Cage used his catchphrase "sweet Christmas!" in place of profanity because his grandmother didn't like him swearing, and by his account, she was way meaner and tougher than any of the villains he fought.
** Subverted these days...
-->''SWEET F**KING CHRISTMAS!''
* HappilyMarried: With Jessica Jones
* HeterosexualLifePartners: Cage and Daniel Rand, aka Iron Fist. Luke even named his daughter Danielle after him.
** He also had this sort of friendship with Spider-Man when they both were part of the NewAvengers.
* HonorBeforeReason: Despite being broke, without insurance, and with a baby to support, Luke flat out ''refuses'' a stipend from [[CaptainAmerica Steve Rogers]] and ComicBook/{{SHIELD}} because he was promised that the New Avengers would be totally autonomous. Jessica ''immediately'' calls him out on this.
* ImmuneToBullets
* InsistentTerminology: He most definitely did not ever wear a tiara. It was a headband. Head. Band.
* IWasQuiteAFashionVictim: After that monstrosity, it's no surprise he's one of the most famous CivvieSpandex guys today. The likes of Deadpool and Spider-Man love reminding the poor guy about it, though.
* JiveTurkey: Like we said, joker, he first appeared in the seventies.
** It gets funny when he gets a hold of [[TheMightyThor Mjolnir]] in an early ''ComicBook/WhatIf'':
--->By the gleamin' gates of funky Asgard, you suckers are gonna '''''eat hammer!'''''
* TheLancer: Interchangeable when working with Iron Fist.
* LegacyCharacter: Hispanic teen Vic Alvarez, who took up the 'Power Man' name on the grounds Luke wasn't using it anymore.
** Luke himself took the name from the villainous Power Man (Erik Josten, now better known as Atlas from the {{Thunderbolts}}).
** Jessica Jones also goes by "Power Woman" when she isn't Jewel, Knightress, or [[IHaveManyNames whatever the hell else she goes by]].
* LikesOlderWomen: A gag in ''New Avengers'' was that he and Ann-Marie Hoag of Damage Control once had a fling.
* LogicalWeakness: Having super-tough skin makes dealing with internal injuries difficult, to say the least. Has a good HealingFactor though, so that helps.
* TheMaidenNameDebate: Spoofed in one issue of ''New Avengers'', where Luke tries to convince Jessica to use "Power Woman" as her superhero name. ("You married me. Take the name." "But I'm my own person." "Who's married to me.")
* MalignedMixedMarriage: When the new Power Man shows up and is initially antagonistic towards Luke, he suggests that Luke's less of a black man for having married a white woman. [[BerserkButton Punching ensues.]]
* OnlySaneMan: When the rest of the group either gets a little TOO gung-ho or a little TOO pacifist, he lets his opinion be known that they're acting a mite off.
** Subverted during ''SecretInvasion'' when Cage willingly took the bait and engaged both Avengers teams in a battle with their Skrull copycats in the Savage Land (while New York was concurrently burning to the ground) because his doppleganger annoyed him. This was despite the fact that Ares, God of War, was very clear that this was a very deliberate waste of time and that they should retreat immediately.
* PapaWolf: You put his child in danger, good luck surviving the rest of the day.
* RatedMForManly
* ReallyGetsAround: Apparently has had relations with Tigra, Black Cat, Jessica Drew and She-Hulk. Ms Marvel once joked that he was known as a habital "cape chaser."
* RunningGag: In the 70s and 80s he had a coffee machine that always got his order wrong. Clearly a God was behind it because the one time it got his order right, Cage slipped and dropped his drink. And when it was getting replaced the new one got smashed very quickly.
** Subtler one -- can you name any of his old comics that didn't feature him [[ShirtlessScene losing his shirt?]] Or his office getting trashed?
*** Likewise, can you name any of the ''newer'' comics he's in that doesn't feature him losing his shit?
* SaltAndPepper: With Iron Fist.
* ScaryBlackMan: Subverted in the sense that even though he grew up in the 'hood and did have the mentality, he's fully aware of the stereotypes and acknowledges them.
* SecretPublicIdentity: He didn't use Power Man for long and even when he did, it was more of a nickname since everyone knew him as Luke Cage and he obviously did not wear a mask. While Luke Cage was not his birthname, it did eventually become his legal name.
* SpotlightStealingSquad: Cage bears the brunt of being one of Creator/BrianMichaelBendis' big favorites, thus he often takes a lot of roles in Bendis' series such as ''Comicbook/{{Alias}}'' and ''Daredevil'' where he eventually snagged a major supporting character slot. Also, he's the ''current ''Mighty Avengers'' leader.
** Despite Iron Fist being his lifemate, Spider-Man and Cage often come across as this in New Avengers.
* SuperStrength: His defining power. Over the years, DependingOnTheWriter, his strength level was anywhere between Spider-Man's or the Hulk's.
* SymbolSwearing: A modern staple of Luke's.
* VengefulVendingMachine: Luke Cage, Power Man, had a RunningGag feud with the coffee machine at the local police station based on its supposedly hostile behavior.
** ''And'' the soda machine at his old office. Clearly, Luke had no luck with crazy vending machines.
* WeHelpTheHelpless: There's a reason he called himself a Hero For Hire. At one point while working with ComicBook/TheDefenders, he complains that all the time he spends with them takes away from good-paying jobs. This prompts Nighthawk, alias [[CrimefightingWithCash multimillionaire Kyle Richmond]], to pull out his chequebook and put Luke on retainer so he gets paid for helping the Defenders.
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* SpotlightStealingSquad: Cage bears the brunt of being one of Creator/BrianMichaelBendis' big favorites, thus he often takes a lot of roles in Bendis' series such as ''Alias'' and ''Daredevil'' where he eventually snagged a major supporting character slot. Also, he's the ''current New Avengers leader''.

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* SpotlightStealingSquad: Cage bears the brunt of being one of Creator/BrianMichaelBendis' big favorites, thus he often takes a lot of roles in Bendis' series such as ''Alias'' ''Comicbook/{{Alias}}'' and ''Daredevil'' where he eventually snagged a major supporting character slot. Also, he's the ''current New Avengers leader''.''Mighty Avengers'' leader.
26th Dec '13 5:32:03 PM nombretomado
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* WeHelpTheHelpless: There's a reason he called himself a Hero For Hire. At one point while working with TheDefenders, he complains that all the time he spends with them takes away from good-paying jobs. This prompts Nighthawk, alias [[CrimefightingWithCash multimillionaire Kyle Richmond]], to pull out his chequebook and put Luke on retainer so he gets paid for helping the Defenders.

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* WeHelpTheHelpless: There's a reason he called himself a Hero For Hire. At one point while working with TheDefenders, ComicBook/TheDefenders, he complains that all the time he spends with them takes away from good-paying jobs. This prompts Nighthawk, alias [[CrimefightingWithCash multimillionaire Kyle Richmond]], to pull out his chequebook and put Luke on retainer so he gets paid for helping the Defenders.
26th Dec '13 5:31:10 PM nombretomado
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* ''Untitled [[TheDefenders Defenders]] Series''


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* ''Untitled [[TheDefenders [[ComicBook/TheDefenders Defenders]] Series''

24th Dec '13 9:36:37 PM DrFurball
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** Usually shortened to simply "Christmas!" He also threw around "Sweet Sister!" a lot early on.
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[[AC:LiveActionTV]]
* ''Untitled Luke Cage Series''
* ''Untitled [[TheDefenders Defenders]] Series''

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* ChainedByFashion: Often wore a chain belt.
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* VengefulVendingMachine: Luke Cage, Power Man, had a RunningGag feud with the coffee machine at the local police station based on its supposedly hostile behavior.
** ''And'' the soda machine at his old office. Clearly, Luke had no luck with crazy vending machines.
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* InisitentTerminology: He most definitely did not ever wear a tiara. It was a headband. Head. Band.

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* InisitentTerminology: InsistentTerminology: He most definitely did not ever wear a tiara. It was a headband. Head. Band.
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* InisitentTerminology: He most definitely did not ever wear a tiara. It was a headband. Head. Band.
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