Have a pal that basically lost their mind for "Luke Cage" when it dropped? Whether they knocked out all episodes in one intense weekend or savored each episode over a few months, these gifts are sure to warm the cockles of their bulletproof-superhero-loving heart.
Above: Jean-Michel Basquiat: Horn Players Plate, $135
A Basquiat painting makes an appearance in the show, and this plate is a great way to gift some of the artist's work beyond a print.
Carhartt Rain Defender Hoodie, $69.99 to $79.99
Luke Cage is a hero in a hoodie and you can snatch the hoodie worn on the show. While not bulletproof, it is incredibly warm.
Bevel Shave Starter Kit, $89.95
Yes, Luke Cage hangs out in a barber shop but this gift is perfect for those men in your life envious of Mike Colter's beautifully smooth head and perfectly shaped beard. Bevel is designed to prevent irritation and razor bumps in a super sleek package.
As soon as the trailer dropped it became clear that music would be an inextricable part of the show. This LP version also include original artwork.
Harlem is essentially a top-billed co-star in the series, and Camilo José Vergara photographs walk you through over 40 years of the historic neighborhood.
If you're looking for a gift for your extra woke "Luke Cage" fan, pick up a book or make a donation to Revolution Books, spotted on the show.
Cage is spotted reading Ellison's classic, which is still as vital and engaging as it was when it was published in the '50s.
Supreme by Cafe Bustelo, $17.99
If you're trying to flirt with a "Luke Cage" fan, this might be your best bet. Also a nod to the swear jar so if things go south you can use that as a cover up.