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Iron Fist: Pop Culture and Luke Cage

iron fist: With Arrow and The Flash content to dig ever deeper into their master plots of moral corruption and tangled speedster bloodlines, and Black Lightning still trying to figure out what sort of show it wants to be, Supergirl and Legends Of Tomorrow have gotten political, according to NOW Magazine. In its fourth season, Supergirl which airs Sundays at 8 pm on Showcase and streams on has decided to wade head-on into the polarized state of Donald Trump's America. The recent cancellations of Iron Fist and Luke Cage have kept this column focused on the Marvel side of pop culture, but now that the new broadcast season is underway in earnest, all the DC shows have returned and a couple of them are really worth talking about. Trump himself isn't around; instead, the alt-right of this alternate Earth has organized itself over a different sort of alien immigration the revelation that extraterrestrials live and work among humans. Supergirl has long flirted with political commentary. The metaphor's a little clunky, but the bigotry and xenophobia is the same people fear what they don't understand, and Supergirl played by Melissa Benoist who is determined to see the good in people and work to encourage them to be their best selves has been slow to see the poison seeping into the discourse. ( As reported in the news.