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Danny Rand, the current Iron Fist, must track down the secret history of his Golden Age counterpart before time runs out! Log In Sign Up. Prev View Series Next.
Danny Rand, the current Iron Fist, must track down the secret history of his Golden Age counterpart before time runs out! Where this issue falls painfully short is the art. Howard Chaykin has been all over the underbelly of the Marvel Universe lately, and his style obviously works better on some series than others.
Iron Fist next appears in Immortal Iron Fist Orson Randall This is a flashback appearance. Orson Randall last appeared in Immortal Iron Fist 9.
From time to time, it's been suggested in our comments that we post follow-up reviews of story arcs after reviewing them in issue-by-issue fashion for so long, as a way to see whether or not the whole thing came out in the wash. The Inventory doesn't quite do that but it's close: I'm so far behind on my non-manga reading that I thought I might review a batch of purchased issues of a single title at one go and see how they shape up. As you may remember, I've been a fan of Iron Fist from way, way back like back when Claremont and Byrne first worked on the character so I was delighted when writers Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction, and artist David Aja tackled the character by crafting a story arc that re-examined the character's origin and took it as the jumping off point for an epic story that spun backwards in time even as it moved forward.
Experience a brand-new kind of Iron Fist story - one steeped in legends and fables, magic and adventure, and a historical sweep that stretches back through the centuries - as the living weapon returns in this hard-hitting martial-arts epic by Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction, David Aja and a who's who of artistic collaborators! Orphaned as a child and raised in the lost city of K'un-Lun, Danny Rand returned to America as the mystical martial artist Iron Fist - but all his kung-fu skills can't help him find his place in the modern world. After learning that the centuries-spanning legacy of the Iron Fist holds more secrets than he ever dreamed possible, Danny is ushered to the fabled city of K'un-Lun to fight in a tournament against the Immortal Weapons.
Experience a brand-new kind of Iron Fist story, one steeped in legends and fables stretching back through the centuries! Orphaned as a child and raised in the lost city of K'un-Lun, Danny Rand returned to America as the mystical martial artist Iron Fist - but all his kung fu skills can't help him find his place in the modern world. After learning that the legacy of the Iron Fist holds more secrets than he ever dreamed, Danny is invited to fight in a tournament against the Immortal Weapons.
One of the important reasons The Immortal Iron Fist is such an excellent comic is that it was published by Marvel. What I mean by this is that DC has a more sense of "history," as there are legacy heroes, elderly heroes, a history of different "earths" where the heroes grew old and had children, a strong history of war comics and westerns that stretch the days of the DCU further back in time to the nineteenth century, and a legacy of printing comics that don't "fit" into an official "continuity. Even with their "quirkiest" titles until recently, that isat some point someone fits it into regular Marvel continuity.