Can Danny Rand 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 strikes again!
This might not be as good as the first issue but it still packs plenty in. I was let down this issue wasn't as funny as the last one, this feels more like Van Lente setting things up, but there's still plenty on offer to enjoy. However, understand this comic isn't trying to be inherently a serious and adult comic. It's certainly aiming to be good, don't mistake my words, but it's having fun at the same time. And it is succeeding in most areas. Read Full Review
The story is in order, but the art is in flux. In the end, Im still in for the long haul. Read Full Review
IGN - Feb 23, 2011
I gave Power Man and Iron Fist a second chance to impress. While I'm thankful that Power Man's bratty attitude was toned down for this issue, I just can't get past the fact that this series offers nothing noteworthy unless you're a die-hard collector of Iron Fist comics -- or Power Man for that matter. I could drop Power Man and Iron Fist right now and my world would continue to spin. And when money's tight, that's how you separate the essentials from the mediocre. Read Full Review
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