Power Man

Power Man, in comics, may refer to:

  • Luke Cage, a Marvel Comics superhero, who adopted the name Power Man for a time
  • Erik Josten, a Marvel supervillain later known as Smuggler, Goliath and Atlas
  • Victor Alvarez, the current Power Man introduced in the mini-series Shadowland: Power Man

It may also refer to:

  • Power Man and Iron Fist, a comic book series about Luke Cage's adventures with Danny Rand (Iron Fist)
  • Powerman (comics), a British publication

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