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Charging from the pages of SHADOWLAND comes the collector’s item first ever POWER MAN & IRON FIST #1! When Danny Rand transformed his multinational corporation into a non-profit foundation, he thought he had left fighting behind – but with so many innocents wrongly convicted, the battle never ends! Their first case is Luke Cage and Danny Rand's former secretary Jennie Royce, imprisoned for a murder she didn't commit...or did she? And Iron Fist isn’t fighting alone -- he's got a new partner with him: Victor Alvarez, the all-new Power Man, he of the exploding punches – and exploding temper! Can Danny train his new charge well enough to face returning foil El Aguila as well as new threats Don Pagliacci, the Commedia Dell’Morte, and the beautiful, deadly Noir? That’s right, Marvel’s original mismatched action duo begins a new era of greatness right here!     


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 Summary and scans here The Good Victor and Danny have chemistry coming out the pores! Here is a man with supreme discipline with an apprentice with not even an ounce. There power difference is also note worthy; Danny earned his power by honing his skills, Vic has natural power able to absorb chi from his environment. Vic is a hothead, Danny is calm. The panels where they share space are some of the best in the issue. All that Power Vic displayed throughout Shadowland Powerman in particul...

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Review: Power Man & Iron Fist #1 0

After only just one job as a team, the new Power Man and Iron Fist duo are called in to investigate a problem they can't solve with chi powered fists: the apparently false murder conviction of an old friend.  The Good Van Lente has a serious talent for coming up with villains with clever, pun-y names and gimmicks, and the Don of the Dead adds to great menagerie he introduced in the last Taskmaster mini. The mystery of this issue was well-done, stressing the differences in these dudes' methods w...

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A strong first outing. 0

 It is good to see Iron Fist taking a leading role again, with a new Power Man (Victor Alvarez) as his apprentice. They kick things off by throwing down with Don of the Dead and his cronies. Things get a little more serious when they take on the case of an old friend falsely accused of murder. I enjoyed this a lot more than I thought I would. It was entertaining and had a few small laughs in it too. The relationship between Danny and Victor is show throughout the opening issue and we see differe...

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