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    Yeah, I've been saddened by it for a while now because it's on Hulu and I don't want to subscribe to ANOTHER damn service just to watch Marvel content.

    At least I think Cloak & Dagger is going to be on cable so I can just watch that.

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    No worries. With Disney pulling their other stuff from netflix and around, yer likely to see only one place before long for all the Marvel content before long.

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    They already said they will be doing something of their own next year.

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    I think Disney is just pulling their own stuff off of Netflix like the films in about a year, they aren't going to remove or probably negate the Netflix original shows given how much people tend to enjoy the majority of them.

    They're probably going to keep trying to put something on all kinds of different platforms to keep active with anybody who has one or the other or whatever. If they have the option by simply allowing other people to make the shows, why not get as much stuff out in as many places as you can for exposure?

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    anybody watch punisher yet? i'm 2 episodes in...so far so good



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    Only 4 in myself but loving it. Plan to finish it up tomorrow hopefully.

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    Finished it. I'd definitely rank it right up there with Daredevil Season 1 and Jessica Jones.

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    Getting to it a bit late this time, but making my way through Jessica Jones Season 2. It's a slow start that doesn't seem to do much early on, but I'm through episode 8 now I believe and it's starting to really pick up and be fun to watch.

    I doubt it's going to live up to the first season or Daredevil/Punisher by the end, but it's definitely better than Iron Fist so far.

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    Ugh, I still need to watch Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and The Defenders. I don't know why, but Luke Cage just didn't hook me and then I completely fell off the wagon.

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    Luke is hit or miss with a lot of people. I really enjoyed it, but it did take a couple episodes to really get into it. A lot of other people just don't like it.

    Iron Fist is still a decent show, but compared to other Marvel properties (especially some of the amazing Netflix shows among them both before and after it), it's easily the weakest of the bunch and not really any better than "average" to me and most people who don't just outright hate it.

    I'm down to 2 episodes left of JJ that I'll finish up in the morning, but it's really starting to hit that awesome stride. The last episode I saw had some stuff in it I was really not expecting at all, and it was absolutely wonderful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DozenMarks View Post
    Luke is hit or miss with a lot of people. I really enjoyed it, but it did take a couple episodes to really get into it. A lot of other people just don't like it.

    Iron Fist is still a decent show, but compared to other Marvel properties (especially some of the amazing Netflix shows among them both before and after it), it's easily the weakest of the bunch and not really any better than "average" to me and most people who don't just outright hate it.

    I'm down to 2 episodes left of JJ that I'll finish up in the morning, but it's really starting to hit that awesome stride. The last episode I saw had some stuff in it I was really not expecting at all, and it was absolutely wonderful.

    See, I didn’t think Iron Fist was bad. Not great, but not bad. Whereas, Luke Cage and Jessica Jones were completely unwatchable. I didn’t watch the defenders because I had canceled Netflix by then.
    "The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries."
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