In the comics, Luke is not invulnerable to damage, he's just extremely resistant. His skin and bones are more dense than most conventional metals, so normal gunfire and weapons just bounce off. (I believe it's usually classified as being stronger than titanium, though that might be understating it.)
Even with this extreme resistance to injury, Cage still ...
We know very little, since there was exactly one throw-away line in one show, but since (until we know otherwise) Luke Cage occurs in the same universe as all the other MCU shows, we know that Obama was not president during Luke Cage, as you pointed out: the president at the time as Matthew Ellis.
We have no idea who was president before him (in fact, I don'...
Luke's physical capabilities are a particular slice of nigh-invulnerability centered around damage resistance, superhuman strength, enhanced stamina and recovery. However, this invulnerability does not cover environmental extremes or psychological behaviors which can be used as handles to manipulate Cage.
Luke Cage's powers on Earth-616
Luke's serum and ...
In the context of Netflix' Luke Cage (and, bleeding over into Iron Fist),
In the first episode, after Luke Cage and Misty Knight meet for the first time at the night club. After they leave and are talking on the sidewalk:
Misty: You wanna go grab a coffee?
Luke: I don't like coffee.
Misty: Neither do I.
We never get any explanation for what happened during the period between Jessica Jones and Luke Cage, but the best explanation for why Cage was working at Pops is that he had gone into hiding after the Kilgrave affair.
Remember that Cage was a fugitive from the law. He had sunk all of his money into opening his bar and trying to keep a "low profile". Also, ...
Jay from LEGO Ninjago
Of all things this could have been, it appears to be the character Jay from the Ninjago TV series and toy LEGO line. From this photo posted on the r/lego subreddit it seems pretty obvious.
Added to that, the completely round, open circle hands and bent arms heavily suggests a LEGO figure. Furthermore, Jay is referred to as the "Ninja ...
This is a fairly common media trope (Fast Five, GTAV, Sons of Anarchy, Hitman: Blood Money, New Jack City), etc and one that mirrors reality, albeit with more attractive drug makers.
There are three main reasons;
Cocaine and heroin are very expensive. No pockets = less theft
Ether is a common substance used in drug manufactury. Given its flammability your ...
Luke obtained his pub (probably) sometime after escaping his prison, before meeting Jessica.
First lets get the watching order in place: "Luke Cage" is third in chronological order in the MCU, after "Daredevil Season 1" and "Jessica Jones".
Now lets get things in chronological order:
Luke is a policeman in Savannah, Georgia. He gets sentenced to prison ...
The TV show has done several gags around coffee. One such example is:
In S01E06 Suckas Need Bodyguards, Luke invites Claire for a coffee and she replies,
Luke says can't coffee just be coffee, then she replies that she saw him drink orange juice and he didn't even touch his coffee this morning.
About 20 Months
In general, events in the MCU happen around the same time as when the property is released. For example, Agents of SHIELD has a number of episodes that happen just before and just after the events of specific movies, and are released in tandem before and after the movie is. There are exceptions to this, but this seems to be the general rule. ...