Immortal Iron Fist #6

Immortal Iron Fist #6

Writer: Matt Fraction, Ed Brubaker Artist: David Aja Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 27, 2007 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 2
8.5Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

The Last Iron Fist Story: Part 6
Orson Randall, the only man who holds all the answers to Danny Rand's questions about the legacy of the Iron Fist, is being hunted by the reincarnated reinvigorated, and always wicked Steel Serpent. Hydra, manipulated by an ancient evil they're only beginning to understand, is in the process of dismantling the Rand corporate empire. Both events have been facilitated by a betrayal from within, and both events might spell the end of the mystical city of K'un L'un once and for all.
This is the final chapter of "The Last Iron Fist Story." Surely nothing terrible or tragic will happen, right?

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Revolution - Rokk Krinn Jun 29, 2007

    Iron Fist #6 was simply an excellent read. This title is a wonderful balance of action and drama. It also boasts equally talented writers and artist on the creative team. Iron Fist is one of the most balanced titles you will read. If you still haven't given this title a try then definitely do so. I think that most readers will find that Iron Fist satisfies action freaks as well as fans of character and dialogue driven storylines. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - David Wallace Jul 2, 2007

    Immortal Iron Fist has succeeded in resurrecting the martial arts superhero genre from its 1970s heydey without ever succumbing to the temptation to make itself camp or self-referential, giving the character of Danny Rand a new lease of life in the Marvel Universe and proving that it's possible to make kung-fu chopsocky seriously fun for a modern audience. The teasers for the next arc that we get at the end of this issue make me eager to see if Brubaker, Fraction and Aja can take the book to the next level, with an epic martial arts tournament which promises to pay homage to classic movies like Enter The Dragon, with a twist of superheroics and historical fantasy. I'll be there. Read Full Review

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