The first episode of Marvel’s latest tv series Moon Knight was released yesterday. The show had a banger of a first episode. Everything from the action to an impeccable performance by Oscar Isaac, we loved it all. However, the show is only available on Disney+. What about those who do not have a subscription to the platform? Well, we got your back, even if Moon Knight may not be coming to Netflix.
Here is a list of equally amazing superhero shows that you can stream on Netflix anytime you want.
Shows if you like Moon Knight on Netflix
Gotham is essentially a genesis narrative for Batman‘s whole universe, weaving through themes of corruption and evil. We meet many of the Dark Knight‘s fiercest adversaries and staunchest supporters throughout the course of the show’s five seasons. Gotham is a one-of-a-kind origin story, with a plot that spans years of history and culminates in the creation of the famous city we know today.
Devilman Crybaby is one of the top Netflix anime programs, based on the manga series Devilman by Go Nagai. This dark fantasy superhero series features serious themes and brutal violence, along with its surreal, mind-bending animation.
It’s artistically stunning, and the narrative, while controversial, is unquestionably one of the best-written anime stories available on Netflix.
Gods and Giants meet in an epic last battle that destroys the world in Norse mythology. That fight is being re-enacted in Netflix‘s Ragnarok. Climate change and industrial pollution are the actual weapons with which the forces of evil strive to destroy the planet, according to this Norwegian series, which re-examines classic Norse legends in the modern-day.
But, of course, despite the fact that the entire world appears to be against him, there is a hero who will battle them. Magne Seier (David Stakston) is that hero, and as the program begins, he has no idea what immense powers he possesses. Ragnarok is a coming-of-age narrative as well as an environmentalist tale.
Avatar: The Last Airbender
There are several reasons why Avatar: The Last Airbender is still regarded as one of the finest animated shows ever created, even after 17 years. The show may look childish on the surface. However, it deals with the issues of self-identity, power, and the struggle with power. Making it a show that all no matter the age should definitely watch. Watch all three seasons on Netflix.
Oh! Did we forget to mention that the show is getting a live-action adaptation on Netflix? It sure is and we are stoked!