I've said this on more than one occasion, but when an issue offers you little to nothing but non-stop action, sometimes it's best to let the brain take a break and just enjoy the ride. Iron Fist started out looking like an atypical comic, in hindsight largely because of Andrews' unconventional style of art, but also because of its tone. Unlike a lot of comics, it had a legitimate darkness that wasn't just for the sake of being "dark." But ever since Danny stepped onto the road toward recovery, things have gradually lightened up and now we're back to a comic that runs on thrills rather than introspection. Read Full Review
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