- The story continues to move slowly. We get some stunning action, but… a whole lot of talk. And, on episode three, we are passed the world-building stage. Now, it’s just self-indulgent storytelling.
- Not buying Frank Whaley and Simone Missick as partners. Her, yes. Him, not so much.
- The music is great.
- That action sequence at the end was great.
Review of: Luke Cage