Appearing in "Soliloquy of Chaos"
- Diamondback (Willis Stryker)
- Turk Barrett
- Zip (Death)
- Domingo Colon (Death)
- Harlem's Paradise (Main story and flashback)
- Bryce (First appearance)
- Michael (First appearance)
- Connie Lin (Mentioned)
- Pop (Mentioned)
- Ernesto (First appearance)
- Ricardo (First appearance)
- Mama Mabel (Mentioned)
- Damon Boone (Mentioned)
- Method Man
- Willie Gomez (First appearance)
- Candace Miller (Main story and flashback)
- Benjamin Donovan (Mentioned)
- Cottonmouth (Cornell Stokes) (Mentioned)
- Joel Spurlock (Mentioned)
- Soledad Temple (Mentioned)
- Claire Temple (Mentioned)
- Sway Calloway
- Heather B.
- Iron Man (Mentioned)
- Kerry Duggan (First appearance)
- Chico Diaz (Mentioned)
- Tone (Mentioned)
- New York City
- Sing Sing (Mentioned)
- Seagate Prison (Mentioned)
- New Hampshire (Mentioned)
- New Jersey (Mentioned)
- New York City
Synopsis for "Soliloquy of Chaos"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- The Gang Starr song the episode is named after is "Soliloquy of Chaos", from their debut album Daily Operation. Both the song and the episode depict New York City thrown into chaos because of stupid acts of violence.
- The songs featured in this episode are:
- The NYPD poster of Stan Lee, seen in all Marvel Netflix series, makes an appearance in this episode.
- Diamondback's enhanced armor closely resembles his attire in the comics.
|Luke Cage||Mike Colter|
|Detective Misty Knight||Simone Missick|
|Diamondback / Willis Stryker||Erik LaRay Harvey|
|Councilwoman Mariah Dillard||Alfre Woodard|
|Bobby Fish||Ron Cephas Jones|
|Inspector Priscilla Ridley||Karen Pittman|
|Domingo Colon||Jacob Vargas|
|Thembi Wallace||Tijuana Ricks|
|Turk Barrett||Rob Morgan|
|Candace Miller||Deborah Ayorinde|
|Alex||John Clarence Stewart|
|Sergeant Jacob "Jake" Smith||Lee Sellars|
|ESU Lieutenant Mario Green||P.J. Marshall|
|Kerry Duggan||Edelen McWilliams|
|Ernesto||Roberto De Felice|
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