Iron Fist continues to be one of the most maddeningly inconsistent books in Marvel's stable. On the one hand, there's so much to like, Kaare Kyle Andrews again delivering a great blend of high stakes action and intricately constructed visuals. Conversely, he also tends to try to stuff every page and panel with additional gravity and meaning, leading to a revolving carousel of characters and plot points. Read Full Review
Andrews' inconsistency in art continues to be a major detraction from the series for me " I love how he handles dynamic scenes, fights, and gore, but when it comes to actually conveying pathos and characters having to emote? I'm honestly unable to tell whether or not some characters are joyfully or sinisterly smiling; totally kills the whole "suspension of disbelief" thing for me, and ultimately allows me to not connect with character and thereby the story as much. Then again, I've also been fairly vocal about my disdain for the series as whole from the start. Andrews' undertaking of art, writing, and color is still very much an ambitious as well as noteworthy component of the series, but it's still falling just short of me being able to convince myself this is a good Iron Fist story. Read Full Review
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