Spoilers for “Luke Cage” Season 1, and “The Defenders,” below.Steel yourselves fans: the Daughters of the Dragon may yet happen, judging from the first photo of Misty Knight (Simone Missick) in the second season of “Luke Cage.”Marvel comics fans have been nervously eying Misty’s intact right arm since the hard boiled NYPD detective made her first appearance in “Luke Cage” Season one. That’s because Misty’s comic book counterpart famously has a powerful bionic arm that she received after losing her first one in an explosion.
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