- "I'm just in between stuff right now. I'm always on that hustle, though. You feel me?"
- ―Cole Miller to Luke Cage
Seeking A Job
Sometime before Cage's release, Miller accepted a job from White Hat, in which he would have to clean out the bodies that were slaughtered in old buildings. Eventually, his older brother was murdered, leaving Miller visibly fearful.
Luke Cage's Intervention
- "I think you should go. The only way to help me is to make me bulletproof, too. It's too late for heroes."
"Hero's your word. Not mine."
- ―Cole Miller and Luke Cage
Miller was visited by Luke Cage, whom passed his condolences for the passing of her older sister as well as his brother. When he questioned his new job, Miller gradually became distant and ordered Cage to leave. Despite his persistent requests to help, he was told off, saying that there was no time for heroes.
Attacked by Iron Fist
- "You were gonna beat that kid within an inch of his life."
"Come on. I wasn't gonna kill him."
"It sure looked like it. [...] The difference is I'm not some billionaire white boy who takes justice into his own hands and slams a black kid against the wall because of his personal vendetta."
- ―Luke Cage and Danny Rand
Tasked to clean a dojo, Miller and his group wore hazard suits and spread acid on the corpses. The group was attacked by Wing and Rand. Miller turned and ran at the sight of Rand. In the alleyway, he was harassed into disclosing any information on the Hand. Before he could be punched, Cage intervened, pulling Rand off Miller. Amidst the fighting, he tried to escape but is tripped by Rand. The fight eventually ceased, with the police arriving at the scene and Miller being arrested.
Visited in Jail
Miller was visited by Cage. He continued to be distant and tried to push him away. Upon mentioning the Hand, Miller pressed that they were dangerous and that he should stay away from them. Being sent back to his cell, he made a request for Cage to purchase some lottery tickets for his mother. Miller is eventually killed by members of the Hand in his cell, covered as a suicide.
To be added.
- Luke Cage
- The Defenders