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    Reviews - Power Man - #21

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The Winner and new Powerman! - longthorn
This was one of the first real stepping-stones for Luke Cage and one of the reasons I hate those who want to use only the cage name and not Power Man. Luke fought a villain over the name and won taking the name from a foe of the Avengers; a big accomplishment for a newcomer hero at the time. To take that from him is to trample on his past. In this issue, Luke has one of his first real major fights against a legitimate villain of the Marvel Universe with a storied past. I give it four stars. It’s a point in this characters history!




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