Immortal Iron Fist #1
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Immortal Iron Fist #1

Writer: Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction Artist: Travel Foreman, David Aja Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 29, 2006 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 2
8.8Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

The Last Iron Fist Story - Part 1
Many years ago, in the mystical city of Kun? Lun, young Danny Rand stared at a suit behind glass -- the garb of ?the Immortal Iron Fist- -- and knew that he was destined to wear it. But where did this costume come from? Why did it wait for Danny all those years like a shadow of his future?
The answer to those questions will stun both him and his readers, as Danny Rand leaps from the pages of his breakout hit in DAREDEVIL to his own series - a history-spanning kung-fu epic that will shatter every perception of what it means to be the Immortal Iron Fist! Brought to you by top-ten writer Ed Brubake more

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Tobey Cook Dec 3, 2006

    I dont know what more I can say about this book. Brubaker, Fraction and Aja have a real hit on their hands here, and I predict it wont be long before this is one of Marvels top-selling titles. Its just that good. Buy it. You wont regret it. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comics Bulletin - Mike Williams Dec 3, 2006

    Everyone take note: Iron fist is finally moving up to the A-list. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Dec 2, 2006

    Iron Fist #1 was an impressive read. Brubaker and Aja make an excellent team and compliment each other's styles. This was a strong debut issue that definitely hooked me into putting this title on my permanent pull list. I definitely recommend giving Iron Fist a try. It is an impressive combination of writing and artwork. Go on, go out and get this issue! Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Dec 3, 2006

    In one issue Brubaker and Fraction capture what was essential about Iron Fist before (mysticism, action-packed battles, robot foes like Mechagorgon) and promise to up the stakes on the very colorful life led by a fairly normal, bland young man. The last page reveal is suitably enigmatic, promising more to come from Dannys newly mysterious heritage. There are challenges ahead to keep this rather reactive character vital, but this is a solid beginning that could lead to a new era of greatness. Read Full Review

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