If you’re having a boring summer or just don’t go out much either because you don’t have any money or are just shy then you probably might find tranquility in sitting at home and watching television shows and movies. But there are just so many TV shows and movies and so little time; which ones are you going to watch and which ones are you going to avoid? If questions like these haunt you, stop whatever you’re doing and seek refuge in a new rare gem from Marvel called Cloak and Dagger. To be honest, the only reason I chose to watch this show was because it had the name “Marvel”, a huge brand in itself, but it was quite disrespectful on my part because while Marvel is a global brand and the show revolves around protagonists that might not be as popular as other Marvel characters like Spiderman, Iron Man or Black Widow are what makes the show so unique – the rather lack of stardom of the characters because they are nothing like what the Marvel universe had to offer before. The show will focus a lot on character development and a slow and steady storyline to make us understand these characters, their surroundings, the antagonists and the show as well Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger is based on the comic book superhero duo of the same name. It revolves around two teenagers Tyrone Johnson played by Aubrey Joseph and Tandy Bowen played by Olivia Holt who despite being from different circles of life have faced a tragic incident that has had a huge impact on them and are connected together through superpowers which they don’t understand yet. Unlike most superhero shows, the two characters don’t have a supporting figure to help them understand their powers; they just have each other and are too scared to figure out what to do with their powers or how to control them. That’s quite an intriguing thing because the show will focus a lot on character development and a slow and steady storyline to make us understand these characters, their surroundings, the antagonists and the show as well. While a slow storyline may not always work, it’s a necessity for such a show where the characters are mostly unknown to the masses. Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger is nothing like you’d have seen before. If you give it a go, the probability of you getting hooked to it is quite high. So I repeat, stop whatever you’re doing and give this show a chance; you won’t regret it.