Easily the best book this week. There's not much else to say. If you aren't reading this, you must have no money because this should be the first book on your list every time it comes out. Read Full Review
Keeping the focus away from fighting also has the bonus effect of keeping the actual tournament scenes quick and fresh, with no scene or panel going to waste. This issue's fight is particularly transfixing and brutal. David Aja's art is as impressive as ever, while Kano handles the flashback scenes admirably as well. With a great unpredictable plot and equally polished art, I can't recommend this title highly enough. Read Full Review
David Aja is fully on board with his grounded style, perfect for an action/spy/exotic locale sort of tale. Hes proven surprisingly spry in coming up with inventive designs for the quasi-mystical combatants in the escalating competition. This book has about seven things going on at once, and each is balanced and clear with through-lines and narrative climaxes hitting not predictably, but satisfyingly exactly where they should. Immortal Iron Fist continues to be one of the years revelations, proof that theres life in the old dogs if theyre revived in style. Read Full Review
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