Iron Fist and Sabretooth are investigating the appearance of a new Constrictor as Choshin continues his infiltration into New York City. Is it a good read?
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Diamondback is out on the streets again, and the Defenders are the only ones standing against him. Can they put him away again, and is it a good fight?
Luke Cage arrives in a small Mississippi town where everything is just a little off. He would have missed it if trouble didn't find him. Is it a good read?
We review the 'Iron Fist' continuation of Marvel Legacy, featuring the return of Sabretooth to the comic. Is this the Round 2 we've waited for?
Iron Fist, contrary to the questionable Netflix series, is one of the best Marvel comic books on the stands right now.
Luke Cage #4 Review: I put my faith in David F. Walker to continue his success trend with Luke Cage, and that faith has been rewarded.
At last, Bleeding Cool comic reviewer Josh Davison gets around to devoting a series of pieces reviewing his all-time favorite comic series: Thunderbolts.
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,
I will gleefully recommend Luke Cage #3. The comic does tell an interesting story, and the art is great, even if it’s not fitting.
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[...]
Check out Ed Brisson and Mike Perkins’ Iron Fist comic right now. The fighting is incredible, the art is damn near perfect, and the story is interesting.
It truly pains me to be this hard on Luke Cage #2, but with a slow pace and less focus on character, this issue is not the follow-up that #1 deserved.
In the impressive 'Iron Fist #4', Danny Rand is under the care of a mysterious stranger while the council of the island plot his death.
It feels like a long two months since the last issue of Power Man and Iron Fist came out, but the man himself, Luke Cage, is back in business, suckers. I
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[...]