heroes for hire


Luke Cage #4 Review: Truths Begin To Surface

Luke Cage #4 Review: Truths Begin To Surface

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] With Doctor Noah Burstein, the man who gave young Carl Lucas his powers and transformed him into Luke Cage, the Power Man, revealed to be a live, questions Luke Cage has had about the doctor are beginning to bubble to the surface. Luke isn't sure he likes the answers. The Ninth Ward gang […]

Josh Talks Thunderbolts Part 1: In The Beginning

Josh Talks 'Thunderbolts', Part 1: In The Beginning

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] At last, I am getting around to devoting a series of op-ed/retro review pieces to my all-time favorite comic book series, Thunderbolts. And what better place to start than the beginning, when the Thunderbolts were created by industry veterans, Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley. First appearing in Incredible Hulk #449, the Thunderbolts were […]

Iron Fist #6 Review- The Living Weapon And The Master Of Kung Fu

Iron Fist #6 Review- The Living Weapon And The Master Of Kung Fu

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] As his plane lands in Vancouver International Airport, Danny is still recovering from his time on Liu-Shi. He spots some suspicious figures on the runway, and they attack the plane, giving it a rough landing. Iron Fist busts out of the hull and begins defending the passengers from the assailants. They tell Danny […]

Luke Cage #3 Review: The Burstein Mystery Takes A Turn

Luke Cage #3 Review: The Burstein Mystery Takes A Turn

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Frankie Corello has gone mad and killed his father. Now, in Luke Cage #3, he's turned his sights on Luke Cage and Warhawk. Even if Luke can survive the fight, there are a lot of things he still needs to figure out about the mystery of Dr. Noah Burstein's alleged suicide, and a lot of […]

Mike Colter And Finn Jones Roundtable Interview: The Greatest Bromance In The Making

Mike Colter And Finn Jones Roundtable Interview: The Greatest Bromance In The Making

Walker and Sanford Greene's recent Power Man and Iron Fist series for some team-up greatness with these two. There of course is the classic Luke Cage and Iron Fist: Heroes for Hire series. The Immortal Iron Fist from 2006 has Luke in it quite a bit, too. Brian Michael Bendis' post-Siege New Avengers work has a lot of good moments with the two of them too. Bendis' new Defenders work is[...]

Iron Fist #5 Review: A Masterpiece Of A Kung Fu Comic

Iron Fist #5 Review: A Masterpiece Of A Kung Fu Comic

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] After surviving two more challengers, Iron Fist and the Rabbit of Holy Flame confront the high council of Liu-Shi on the murder of Hark. The two tell them that it was Choshin instead of Danny. However, the Wolf cares little of this affair and only wants to finally challenge the Iron Fist in […]

Luke Cage #2 Review: Slow A Little Confusing But Stays Enjoyable

Luke Cage #2 Review: Slow, A Little Confusing, But Stays Enjoyable

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Continuing the New Orleans adventures of Marvel's greatest superhero is Luke Cage #2 by David F. Walker, Nelson Blake II, and Marcio Menyz. Having just been saved by the known-killer Warhawk, Luke Cage wakes up to find the villain offering his aid. Warhawk views Luke as something of a brother since they both […]

Iron Fist #4 Review: A Grand Homage To Kung Fu Flicks

Iron Fist #4 Review: A Grand Homage To Kung Fu Flicks

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Ed Brisson and Mike Perkins' Iron Fist is a fantastic palate-cleanser after the misfire that was Marvel's Iron Fist Netflix series — while I don't think it's as bad as many say, I do feel that the series could have been a lot better. In Iron Fist #4, Brisson shows a great comprehension of […]


Finn Jones And Mike Colter Talk Heroes For Hire Dynamic

Finn Jones And Mike Colter Talk 'Heroes For Hire' Dynamic

Luke Cage and Iron Fist are a legendary pair in the comics known as the Heroes for Hire However, Luke Cage and Danny Rand might exist in the same universe now but they haven't met yet but they will this August in Marvel's The Defenders We got to see them interact a little in the[...]

Are You Ready For Luke Cage A Few Trades To Help You Out

Are You Ready For Luke Cage? A Few Trades To Help You Out

Guest-starring the Fantastic Four, Spider-Man and Iron Man.Powerman And Iron Fist First Epic Collection: Heroes For Hire by Mary Jo Duffy, Chris Claremont, Kerry Gammill, John Byrne, and Trevor Von EedenThis book collects Power Man #48-49, Power Man & Iron Fist #50-70 This is where the team up of Marvel's stronger-than-steel man of the streets, Luke Cage and the[...]



99 Cents For Rucka Punisher And DnA Heroes For Hire On ComiXology

99 Cents For Rucka Punisher And DnA Heroes For Hire On ComiXology

It's just hit Britain, America is less than five hours away, for Marvel's latest ComiXology Sale, the Greg Rucka-launched Punisher #1-9 and the Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning more-female-focused and widespread Heroes For Hire #1-12 coming through at 99 cents or 69 pence each, for Friday.It's just hit Britain, America is less than five[...]

Are We Getting A Heroes For Hire Movie From Marvel

Are We Getting A Heroes For Hire Movie From Marvel?

We're probably getting a Heroes For Hire comic from Marvel this year, written by Brian Bendis, with the classic team of Luke Cage and Danny Rand, Power Man and Iron Fist - but now with Jessica Jones and her and Cage's baby as well.Superheroes taking on paying gigs With all the conflict of interest that[...]

Will Brian Bendis And Mike Deodato Give Us A New Heroes For Hire (Spoilers)

Will Brian Bendis And Mike Deodato Give Us A New Heroes For Hire (Spoilers)

Here is that final page.So is that Heroes For Hire then? With Luke Cage and Jessica Jones? Come to think of it, we don't know where Iron Fist is meant to end up... Yesterday, as the final issue of Brian Bendis' New Avengers, and his final Avangers issue full stop, was published, Bendis tweeted; hey Avengers[...]

Wednesday Comics Reviews – Heroes For Hire #1 and The Unwritten #21

Wednesday Comics Reviews – Heroes For Hire #1 and The Unwritten #21

Heroes For Hire is the very opposite of that, super powered people selling their wares to the nearest bidder for their own personal reasons - with some of them hoping they can live with it And not shying away from the term "mercenary" So in Heroes For Hire #2, we have Misty Knight, Paladin, Silver[...]