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Click to embiggen. Though Guardians of the Galaxy has become on of my favourite series ever , and, on the trade-waiting front, I thoroughly enjoyed the first volume of All-Star Superman , even the previously-excellent series such as Runaways and Green Lantern seemed to suffer something of a dip in quality this year. However, when reviewing all the single issues I bought this year, one stands out above all the others as featuring absolutely everything I look for in comics, and may in fact be one of my favourite issues ever. The Immortal Iron Fist As the final issue by the original creative team of Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction and David Aja, who provides the absolutely peerless artwork, it is the perfect bookend to their run, closing off various plotlines while introducing new ones and establishing an intriguing new status quo. This issue takes the rather clever approach of having had a large amount of time pass since the previous issue, meaning that we get to spend the issue discovering the exciting new status quo, with new twists around every corner, such as the perfectly placed appearance of the other Immortal Weapons. This device lends this issue a slightly fragmented feel, peppered with subtle hints towards the ending twist, and gives the comic as a whole a slightly unsettling sense of foreboding, which comes to a brilliant head as Danny realises the thread that connects all the past Iron Fists.
Marvel Announces IRON FIST: THE LIVING WEAPON
This spring, the fiery fist of vengeance strikes once again! The first is to tell a bare bones story that does not impede itself with the layers and layers of continuity that Iron Fist has become enriched with. The second, and more important, is to reach into the core of the character and re-explore who Danny Rand is.
From issue 17 to the series' cancellation at issue 27, the series was written by Duane Swierczynski and largely drawn by a returning Travel Foreman. The series' first story arc introduces Orson Randall, Daniel Rand's immediate predecessor as Iron Fist , who reneged on his responsibilities to K'un-L'un after suffering immense psychological trauma during the First World War. Jolted out of his decades-long ennui, Randall seeks out Daniel Rand in New York and gives him The Book of the Iron Fist, a sacred ledger supposedly containing all the Kung-fu secrets of previous Iron Fists, which Randall claims will be necessary if Rand is to compete successfully in the coming Tournament of the Seven Capital Cities of Heaven.