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The Hero For Hire's solo career has been tough - and it ain't getting any easier! His new foe, Coldfire, is too close for comfort...and by the end of this battle, the ex-Power Man is gonna get burned! In competition with Silver Sable and Terror, Luke battles not for love, nor money, but for the mystical object known as Vatsayana's Tryst! When the Infi nity Crusade strikesThe Hero For Hire's solo career has been tough - and it ain't getting any easier! His new foe, Coldfire, is too close for comfort...and by the end of this battle, the ex-Power Man is gonna get burned! In competition with Silver Sable and Terror, Luke battles not for love, nor money, but for the mystical object known as Vatsayana's Tryst! When the Infi nity Crusade strikes the Marvel Universe, the Crusader seizes his big moment to strike. Luke may be bulletproof. How about swords? COLLECTING: CAGE (1992) 13-20, TERROR INC. (1992) 11-12, MATERIAL FROM SILVER SABLE & THE WILD PACK 13-14...

Title : Luke Cage: Second Chances Vol. 2
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ISBN : 9780785195078
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 272 Pages
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Luke Cage: Second Chances Vol. 2 Reviews

  • Adan
    2019-03-08 17:33

    Man, these were some damn weird stories. Way more supernatural than I assumed a street-level hero would be, but the type of supernatural... man. First, the crossover with Terror, Inc. and Silver Sable, which featured some kind of sensual artifact and a demon that defeated Silver Sable and Luke Cage by giving them orgasms (I am not making this up), then the Crusader because sure, and finally some Power Pack villain that takes over Cage's body and makes him wreck both Chicago and New York. It was weird, man.

  • Colton
    2019-02-22 09:47

    Interesting how the first volume had Cage going back and forth with a criminal gangster with very few supernatural elements, but now, in the second volume, he's full-on battling giant demons with a living skeleton man. Kind of a tonal shift. I did love the big role that Silver Sable got to play and how her personality both meshed and conflicted with Cage's.

  • Roman Colombo
    2019-03-03 13:26

    Ohman, I'm finally done with this. This was awful. I think I might have enjoyed a couple of the first issues in the volume, but I can't remember. The crossover with Terror Inc and Silver Sable was one of the worst things I've ever read in comics, and the last arc was just terrible. Finally get to move on to other books.