Rage: Part One last edited by SlamAdams on 01/20/21 07:36PM View full history

    High above the city, in a multi-million dollar penthouse, Danny Rand, a.k.a. Iron Fist, 'The Living Weapon,' is haunted by the consequences of choosing death over life. A message from Iron Fist's mystical homeland of K'un-Lun brings Danny back to his blood soaked origin of betrayal and vengeance! Revenge is a weapon that cuts both ways.... Will Danny survive the bloodletting? A one-of-a-kind kung fu action epic directed by the inimitable Kaare Andrews!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverKaare Andrews1
    VarVariant CoverDale Keown & Jason Keith3
    VarMarvel Animals Variant CoverMichael Del Mundo4
    VarYoung Variant CoverSkottie Young5
    VarBlank Variant CoverNone6
    2ndSecond Print CoverKaare Andrews2


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    The Man with the Iron Fist 0

    (QUICK UNPROFESSIONAL REVIEW)This was a good one. This first was pretty subtle, setting up for the next issue. I don't know what to think about emo Iron Fist yet, just like Punisher becoming more social in his book. We will see. Danny Rand's inner monologue sounded pretty dark and gothic. Even his facial expressions looked cold at the beginning of the issue, but then he says "Crappity crap." That's something hawkeye, deadpool, or Spider-man say. This was weird. dig the art. It fits the dark ton...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Meh 0

    Not much to say about Rage: Part One. It was, for the most part, the bland whining of a character I consider to be, for the most part, uninteresting, and frankly I had a hard time caring enough to finish the comic. The art looked rather strange and somewhat distorted, but the colours were nice, at least.What I did like was the segments that discussed Danny's childhood trip with his parents, specifically the moment before his father fell (to his death?). Sure, it was horribly angsty, but at least...

    4 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Iron Fist: The Living Weapon Issue 1 0

    I picked up this comic because of a few reasons. One being because I'm fairly new to the Marvel scene. Two, I do not like starting off in the middle of stories, and three is that this was a recommended reading. And let me say that I am glad that the Iron Fist was created. I picked up the second printing of this comic and I am fairly impressed by the cover art! I mean who knew a White male with a bandana covering half of his face could be so initimidating, but the artist truely drew out the feel...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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