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Iron Fist: The Living Weapon Volume 1: Rage Paperback – 2 Dec 2014

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  • Paperback: 136 pages
  • Publisher: MARVEL - US; 01 edition (2 Dec. 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0785154353
  • ISBN-13: 978-0785154358
  • Product Dimensions: 17.1 x 0.6 x 26 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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About the Author

Kaare Andrews is a Canadian comic book writer and artist and filmmaker known for his cover work on Incredible Hulk and many other comic books published by Marvel Comics. He was the first recipient of The Shuster Award for Outstanding Artist in 2005 for his work on Spider-Man: Doctor Octopus.


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I like Iron Fist and this story had some good ideas, but I am not really a fan of the format or the art work. I really do not like the then/now/then/now/then/now way in with the book is written. I especially do not like it when the last book finishes on a cliff hanger/start of a fight, then the next 3/4 of the continuing issue is a trip back into Danny's past that does not really a whole lot to do with his current predicament. Then they come back to the now. The other thing that bothers me is the art work is so much better in the past flash back then it is in the present, where it is hard to make out even people faces. The martial arts are mainly impossible high kicks. Which I really don't mind but a bit of variety would be nice.

The books starts off with Danny Rand being interviewed by and armature reporter/fan/social climbing stalker so of course they end up at his place. Danny is a disillusioned zombie of a man. Even a night of passion can't change the expression on his face; the only thing that seems to wake him up is an attack by a group of cyber/zombie ninjas. Later we learn Danny's funk is from knowing the fact that everyone has lied to him or hidden something from him. We learn the Rand family might not have been the picture perfect family after all. Slight spoiler even Brenda seems to have her secrets. Danny returns to K'un Lun to find it in ruins from some his previous foes. Now the best start but they did leave some interesting avenues to pursue in the next volume.
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I couldn't disagree more with the previous review - I thought this book was excellent!
It is very dark, and definitely a different take on the Danny Rand character, but Kaare Andrews pulls it off nicely, with some stunning visuals and an action packed storyline.
It reminds me more than anything of Frank Miller's original run on Daredevil, and Miller's art style circa Elektra Lives Again is clearly a big influence on Andrews' - no bad thing in my opinion as that is one of my favourite graphic novels and Miller's artistic zenith.
This is well worth a look if you are searching for something a bit different than the run of the mill superhero book.
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Another interesting out there story that sits perfectly in the Marvel universe without being directly linked to super powers, capes and flying people. I love the immortal weapon run a while back and this series so far just carries on with more eastern inspired kung fu adventure with a twist. If you like Kung fu stories, iron fist or will end up watching the netflix series when it happens, this is a great series to get you the basic understanding of who Danny Rand and the Iron fist are.

Well worth every penny!
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