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Cloak and Dagger hasn't escaped the problems that plague its brethren, but it has introduced some fresh components that make the latter feel like a real possibility.
Importantly, crucially, we get believable and well-earned reasons - rooted in information revealed in those early, talkier episodes - for them to adopt the superheroic lifestyle, and devote themselves to justice, instead of revenge.
Its heroes are suitably worth rooting for, if only they would find some positivity in their abilities, and they're certainly better together than apart (which is surely the point).
Disjointed but an ultimately intriguing mixture of drama and superhero theatrics
This series is going to do its own thing, and be a great option for long-time fans, casual fans, and those completely new to these characters.
Well developed lead cast, a detestable villain, and a good finale, it's just a shame about Episode 9... Anyway, more than worth a watch, and a great addition to the MCU.
Teamwork is where Marvel's Cloak and Dagger's true power lies. And we can't ignore the radiant connection that Tandy and Tyrone have together.
By the end of the Season 1 finale, titled "Colony Collapse," Cloak & Dagger not only gave the male half of the titular duo his proper outfit, but it also introduced a comic vigilante that fans have been waiting to see: Mayhem.
I really enjoyed Cloak and Dagger. I'm intrigued by the mystery around Tyrone and Tandy's powers without feeling overwhelmed by "What a twist!" machinations.
I enjoyed Cloak & Dagger a lot more than I expected. I doubt any of you would be disappointed in a well acted drama with superhero undertones. In an age of Infinity Wars and gritty street level heroes, sometimes it is nice to see something unique.
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May 19, 2021Marvel's Cloak & Dagger is an obscure but surprisingly well made show. I think it does well what it set to do. And there are also a couple of unique elements to this show that set it apart from other shows. I was sad to hear they had canceled it. It had a lot of potential and it was unique.
May 15, 2021Drugs, sexual assault, gang violence, police brutality, police corruption, human trafficking, theft, assault, broken homes, corporation that only cares about itself, and rage zombies. Everything that sucks about the world and more. If you weren't already depressed before about the state of the world, you will be now, after how well this show will remind you of everything that's wrong with it. So much for entertainment being a form of escapism from the things we can't control.
Mar 19, 2021By far the worst thing marvel has ever made. The non stop pc preaching might have been almost tolerable if the story wasn't so incredibly boring
Feb 15, 2021Very boring, poor character development. Endless monologues of depressed teenagers with a life experience of a 90 year old paired with stereotype cliches of drunk mom drinks because of "good daddy is the godfather of domestic violence" etc.
Dec 31, 2020So sloooooooowwwww, borderline boring. I had so much hope for this series.
Dec 23, 2020serie fraca para mim poderia ter melhorado legal bom e tal
Dec 10, 2020That's why I love it
Oct 12, 2020Very mediocre and boring.
Jul 23, 2020If you thought the Netflix shows felt disconnected from the rest of the MCU, just wait till you see this show. Sure, Roxxon, a corporation you might remember from the second season of Agent Carter, is important to the story but replace the name and you've got another show that has me doubting whether or not its even canon to begin with. Seriously, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and the aforementioned Agent Carter are the only shows that actually feel like they're in the same universe. And since all the shows got cancelled, S.H.I.E.L.D. is coming to a natural end and Jeph Loeb left Marvel Television, we never will get to see how everybody adapted to a post-Infinity War era. Now that I've vented out my frustrations as to why the MCU shows feel pretty inconsequential to the franchise in the grand scheme of things, what did I think of the first season of Cloak & Dagger? It's good. Not great, mostly because of pacing issues which I think are more blatant here than in the Netflix shows since the season only has ten episodes to win viewers over, compared to thirteen. But it still had enough moments in the earlier episodes to keep me interested. Then we get to the seventh episode. Because of the scenario alone, I found it to be hands-down the best episode of the season. The acting is really good and I do like the character development our two protagonists go through as well as finding it interesting how they learn to control their powers and use them to their advantages for their own separate motives. Similar to movies like Unbreakable, the first season of this short-lived series shows that you can make superhero media that has few, short action sequences work effectively. Relying on that sweet, sweet grit, man. Even if it is somewhat lighter in tone, when compared to the Netflix shows. Critics praised the show's New Orleans setting...good for them. I didn't find anything special except for that Auntie Chantelle character and Mardi Gras. No disrespect, just that I didn't find anything special about it other than having our characters conveniently far away from the crazy stuff that happens in the movies and other TV shows. While the first season of Cloak & Dagger certainly isn't MCU television at its most compelling, its far from disastrous either and still warrants being seen for anybody binge-watching all MCU movies and TV shows, at the moment.
May 05, 2020I stopped 3 episodes in. Slow, preachy. #getwokegobroke