The last television adventure of Marvel came last night to American television. ‘Cloak & Dagger’ started its broadcasts on the Freeform channel (no one in Spain has announced having their rights) with a contemporary vision of two characters that were presented in the Spiderman comics back in 1982: “In the comics, Tandy represented hope and Tyrone represented fear, for me that was too simplistic and not entirely appropriate, “says executive producer Joe Pokaski to TVLine.
Thus, viewers will see that Tandy (played by Olivia Holt) is able to see the desires of the people she touches, while Tyrone (Aubrey Joseph) can access the fears of the people. “The series is about finding your best friend If ‘Buffy, Vampire Slayer’ was a ‘Nobody understands me’, this series is more ‘There’s a person who understands me completely’ It’s hard to see them and not want them to be together. An interesting path awaits them for their relationship, “says Pokaski.
As in all Marvel products, the question arises of how it could connect with the Cinematic Universe that develops in movies. And although Pokaski claims that he is forbidden to talk about ‘Infinity War’, he claims that the television Cloak & Dagger are the UCM officers. “We have had very exciting conversations about how we could cross Tandy and Tyrone with other Marvel properties, the good thing about these two is that they can appear anywhere and make sense.. In the first season of ‘Cloak & Dagger’ there is at least one a dozen Easter eggs that Marvel approved and some more that I got . “One of them is Roxxon Corp., which has appeared in ‘Iron Man 2’ and in series such as ‘Agent Carter’, ‘Daredevil’ and ‘Iron Fist’.