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- How you take that **** when it does happen s'up to you. But if you got the bank...? I'm your toilet paper baby.
Appearing in "Cage (Part I of V)"Edit
- Dixie (First appearance)
- Hope Dickens (First appearance) (in photograph only)
- Mrs. Dickens (First appearance)
- Venus (First appearance)
- Egg (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Cage (Part I of V)"Edit
A woman named Mrs. Dickens walks into a striptease club where she finds Luke Cage enjoying a show. Approaching him, she states that she wants to hire him to exact revenge against the gang bangers responsible for killing her thirteen-year-old daughter, Hope. Luke finishes his business with one of the strippers and agrees to take Mrs. Dickens’ case.
Cage begins muscling in on the gangs congregating on G Street. He interrogates a couple of thugs during a basketball game and learns that the bullet that killed Hope Dickens was originally intended for another gang banger named Clifford "Clifto" Townsend. Upon further investigation, he learns that the triggerman might possibly be linked to Lonnie "Tombstone" Lincoln.
- Cage (Volume 2) is a five issue limited series published under Marvel's MAX Imprint. The cover to each issue is marked with an "Explicit Content" parental advisory warning.
- Behind the scenes appearance by Tombstone.
- This issue is reprinted in comics and books, see references for info.
- No trivia.
- Cage (Volume 1) #1-20
- Hero for Hire #1-16
- Power Man #17-49
- Power Man and Iron Fist #50-125
- New Avengers #1-present
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Luke Cage article at Marvel Universe
- Luke Cage article at the Marvel Directory
- Luke Cage article at Wikipedia
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