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Iron Fist

Publication Information Publisher: Marvel Comics First Appearance: Marvel Premier #15 (May 1974) Created By: Roy Thomas, Gil Kane Group Affililations : New Avengers, Defenders, Heroes for Hire, Thunderbolts, Secret Defenders, Immortal Weapons Character Information Real Name: Daniel Thomas Rand-K’ai Height: 5′ 11″ Weight: 175 lbs. Powers: Harness his spiritual energy, or chi, to augment his physical and mental capabilities to peak human levels. By focusing his chi into his hand, he can tap the superhuman energy of Shou-Lao and temporarily render his fist into a living weapon. Abilities: An exceptional athlete, acrobat, and hand-to-hand combatant. He is a master of all of K’un-Lun’s martial arts...

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Iron Fist: The Living Weapon

Writer: Kaare AndrewsArtist: Kaare AndrewsCover Artist: Kaare AndrewsVariant Cover: VariousLettering: Joe CaramagnaColors: Jason KeithPublisher: Marvel The Beginning Danny Rand is back in a 12 issue maxi-series titled Iron Fist: The Living Weapon. Let’s cut right to the chase and take a look at just what makes this series so good. Writer and artist Kaare Andrews has taken Danny Rand and made him into a broken wreck. He’s a shell of a man who prefers violence to human contact. Haunted by his parents death, and the destruction of K’un-Lun, Rand had been broken down into a shell of his former self. This could have backfired into another...

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Iron Fist: The Living Weapon Vol.1

Covering issues 1-6 of a 12 issue maxi-series. Writer: Kaare AndrewsArtist: Kaare AndrewsCover Artist: Kaare AndrewsVariant Cover: VariousLettering: Joe CaramagnaColors: Jason KeithPublisher: Marvel   The Beginning Danny Rand is back in a 12 issue maxi-series titled Iron Fist: The Living Weapon. For the purposes of this review though I’m going to take a look at volume 1, which covers issues 1-6. Why? Well halfway through is a good point, and to be honest they’ve only released six issues so far. Now, having said that let’s take a look at just what makes this series so good. Writer and artist Kaare Andrews has taken Danny Rand and...

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Constantine

Everyone seems to be jumping on the comic book bandwagon lately. Movie studios, tv networks, video game creators, you name it and they’ll think of a way to bring it to the masses. So when NBC saw how well the CW was doing with Arrow, it wanted to get in on the game. With The Flash and Arrow at the CW, and ABC airing Marvels Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (which in case you didn’t know both ABC and Marvel are owned by Disney), NBC wanted something to attract the comic book fans, and create buzz. So it was a bit surprising...

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