New Avengers #26

    New Avengers » New Avengers #26 - Legacy of Fire released by Marvel on July 1, 2012.

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    Legacy of Fire last edited by ghostgrifter on 05/18/21 05:27AM View full history


    The secret history of the Phoenix is revealed in K’un Lun’s book of the dead Iron Fists. One of the most important chapters in the AVX story.

    What is Danny Rand’s secret connection to the Phoenix?



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    New Avengers #26 Review 0

    New Avengers #26 ReviewOverview:The story of Iron Fist and the Phoenix Force continues to unfold in this tie-inThe Good:This story has definitely taken a turn for the interesting. The training sequences are kind of fun to watch, it reminded me of watching a movie. The story here is also interesting the girl, Fongji, has interesting powers and I hope that she is able to stick around as an Iron Fist instead of another red head for the Phoenix Force. The scene in the beginning with Fongji and Yu Ti...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Phoenix secret history 0

    I know nothing about Avengers vs. X-Men, I just picked up this issue because it had "Bendis" and Iron Fist on the cover. This issue is very cinematic as other reviewers have mentioned. I was pleasantly surprised that this story has revelations about the history of the Phoenix force... and the Iron Fist. Ominous revelations, to say the least. This storyline has my curiosity. 8/10...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Downright BRAVE 0

    This mega event tie-in issue marks the second issue of "New Avengers" in a row... without the New Avengers (or ANY modern era recognizable characters) in it. There are a few recognizable characters... but only if you've read the critically beloved but relatively short-lived "Immortal Iron Fist" series from a few years back, or the critically beloved and terminally unmarketable "S.H.I.E.L.D." series by Jonathan Hickman that's wrapping up its run currently (and into the foreseeable future, with hu...

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