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The identity of the theatre-themed assassin group that assaulted Power Man at the end of the last issue is revealed! Iron Fist gets into some corporate espionage and nostalgia when he runs into El Aguila, while Power Man falls in love! 

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In the Shadows with Noir 0

This second story intercalates good moments, like Power Man falling in love and reciting Shakespeare, some interesting dialogues, like the one between Danny Rand with Joy Meachum (his assistant/lover), with a lot of bad moments, unfortunately Van Lente couldn´t keep up with the same good pace that he delivered in the first issue, so this second issue is filled with cliches, bad dialogues and the worse of all: two different artists with completely different styles - I believe that when you propos...

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Great introduction to new characters; definitely needs more time 0

I'm a big fan of Danny Rand as a character; he's a guy that hasn't been corrupted by his wealth, but still finds time to kick ass under a mask as the Immortal Iron Fist. With a great mythological background, writers who take on Iron Fist have a great number of tools at their disposal: they can go full-blown kung-fu action, or they can lean back and have Danny do some corporate shenanigans instead. It's almost like if Bruce Wayne was still a tiny bit sane, and his running of Wayne Enterprises ...

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