If you’re a fellow superhero aficionado, today I’m talking about the latest from Marvel to make its way to the small screen. This is Freeform’s new show, Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger.
Though I’ve fallen behind on being “all caught up” (what else is new), I did watch a handful of episodes of this new show. What I discovered is an entertaining albeit flawed new show. This one is (or what I saw of it) more emotionally charged than where Marvel first begin or if you liken Cloak and Dagger to Thor: Ragnarok or Ant-Man, both of which which have an amazing sense of humor. Nonetheless, this one is still entertaining, and introduces character whom I suspect will go on quite the character evolution and change.
Today I share a snippet of my review for this new show (as seen over on Silver Petticoat). The premise is interesting and though the politics sometimes rub me the wrong way, I do plan on going back to finish season one. For today, I’m curious to know your thoughts.
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You can purchase the episodes on Amazon Video or find them on Freeform (as of this publication).
Have you seen this Freeform show? Do you like or dislike it? What’s your impressions? Drop a comment down below or head over to Silver Petticoat (links below) to share all your thoughts. I’m curious to read them.
Anytime I want a superhero fix, I almost always opt for the heroes and productions from Marvel. There’s just something about these worlds and characters that are superior in the superhero culture. In their latest entertainment endeavor, they invite us into the vastly different worlds of teenagers Tandy and Tyrone or Cloak & Dagger as they’re about to become known as. Continue Reading →
Content note: there’s some innuendo, and Tandy is intimate with her boyfriend. There’s also drug use, and some non-graphic violence and commonplace profanity. The show is rated TV-14.