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It's Blaxploitation for the new millenium and I've ever seen anything quite like it.
Only two episodes in and Black Lightning is already establishing itself as one of the best superhero shows on TV. Its unapologetic blackness both celebrates and lectures the culture while never losing sight of its comic book origins.
If this episode taught us anything it's that the show is undeniably concerned with tug and pull of love and heroism.
It's groundbreaking on every level. It's so rare to see women of color in this way.
The writing continues to keep the story grounded in real-world scenarios and the methodical development of the supporting cast is also worthy of praise.
"Lawanda: The Book of Hope" was a stellar follow-up to the show's successful series premiere. It's still fresh, exciting and shocking.
I am already loving the fact that Jefferson's best friend in real life is his enemy as a vigilante. Delicious comic book fun.
This episode alone racked up quite a body count, but I'm most interested to see how Jefferson's dynamic with the police evolves now that he's fully back as Black Lightning.
Lawanda: The Book of Hope was an encouraging second episode that shows Black Lightning's mature and complex look at family and responsibility. We need more of this please.
One of the things I love most about Black Lightning is its humor.