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Marvel Cinematic Universe - Phase 2 starts now!

A Marvel Studios Phase 2 video is on the web.



Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Two by 2013venjix

Considering the positive buzz around Iron Man 3 this makes perfect sense. This video gives insights into the thinking behind Marvel's Phase Two plan.  With Daredevil rights under Marvel control, could we see a Phase Three with street level heroes like Daredevil, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist? 
I think a Phase 3 could weave together an approach focus on a black diaspora experience that links the Black Panther movie in development to a narrative that give Luke Cage a chance to deal with problems linking the African-American experience to African concerns. This is one of the themes that emerged in Blaxploitation films of the 1970s, although forgotten today.  
I should get a consultant fee! 



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