Iron Fist #1: Danny Rand is having trouble harnessing his chi (maybe he’s been reading the reviews of his Netflix show, ba-dum ching). Watch our hero struggle to get his groove back in a new series by writer Ed Brisson and artist Mike Perkins.
Covers and preview art from Marvel's Iron Fist #1, out March 22
The following is solicit text from Marvel:
Danny Rand has always straddled two worlds – Earth and the mystical realm of K’un-Lun. Now, with K’un-Lun in ruins, he’ll question his place in both more than ever. The chi fueling his fists is wavering, yet still he fights on. Fighting to prove his worth, he’ll push himself to his breaking point. But a bigger battle than he can handle may have found him first. Whisked away to the mysterious island of Liu-Shi, he’ll come face-to-face with the fight of his life! With nothing but his fists and his feet, the Immortal Iron Fist will step into the ring with the island’s deadly Seven Masters! Each possessing mystical power and each with their own vendetta against the Iron Fist, what hope does Danny stand against the Bull, the Bear, the Eel, the Rabbit, the Rat, the Snake and the Wolf?
Written by Ed Brisson ("Bullseye") and drawn by Mike Perkins ("Deathlok").
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