The pair became romantically involved, though their relationship has had its ups and downs. Cloak has run away many times, not understanding that Dagger is fully willing to use her light power to satisfy his darkness. Cloak & Dagger are devoted to each other, but Dagger often wants more from life.
Dagger and her friend Cloak were one of the many young heroes inspired by Spider-Man's heroic activities.
Cloak was possessed by Dormammu as part of a plot to capture Doctor Strange, Iron Fist, and White Tiger in a plot to power the Siege Perilousand invade Earth. With help from Dagger, Spider-Man was able to free Cloak from Dormammu's possession. Cloak and Dagger then help Spider-Man free Doctor Strange, Iron Fist, and White Tiger and defeat Dormammu. They were supposed to be two of Spider-Man's recruits for his new team of superhero "warriors". They originally turned down the offer, having been recruited by Taskmaster who claimed to Cloak and Dagger that no one can be trusted.
In the episode "New Warriors", Cloak and Dagger appear as members of Taskmaster's Thunderboltsalongside Vulture. Taskmaster had Cloak "thin the herd" by transporting Power Man, Iron Fist, White Tiger, and Nova to a deserted island. Cloak and Dagger switched sides after Spider-Man saved Cloak after Taskmaster refused to and the two of them found out Taskmaster can not be trusted and joined Spider-Man's team by the end of the episode.
Marvel's Spider-Man (2017)
Cloak and Dagger are partner and best friend. The two escaped Alchemax together and seek revenge against Tiberius Stone for what he's done to them.
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The mutant status of Cloak and Dagger are very controversial, and has moved over the years:
Cloak and Dagger Vol 3 stated them to be mutants, and was full-titled "The Mutant Misadventures of Cloak and Dagger".
The Civil War: Battle Damage Report stated that the drug giving them powers in fact triggered latent mutant powers, but that they were science- and magic-based mutates.
When Norman Osborn came to recruit them for his X-Men, they stated they weren't mutants (to what Osborn replied they might as well be).
Dagger was 'confirmed' by Doctor Nemesis as NOT being mutant, with no X-Gene and no readings on Cerebro, but also no altered DNA helix or hereditary markers, her powers being solely based on the drug she and Cloak had been injected with.
Dagger mentioned that there was other more extensive tests that could be done on their bone marrow to indicate if they possess an X-Gene, which was suggested by Beast, but Nemesis insisted in the fact she wasn't a mutant no matter what.
It was stated by Steve Rogers that it was now confirmed that both of them weren't mutants but altered humans.
Cloak and Dagger were stated to be mutants in Marvel Fact Files #19.
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