I think we can all admit that the first season of Marvel’s Iron Fist series on Netflix wasn’t that great. The second season teaser trailer arrived at the San Diego Comic-Con this week, and while it doesn’t reveal a whole lot, it certainly looks like an improvement.
The use of retcons, or retroactive continuity, may be seen by some as proof that a story or trope was broken from the get-go. We say, au contraire! Sometimes going back to make adjustments to a narrative is not only a good idea, it’s absolutely NECESSARY. Welcome to Ten Things!
So, did I pick this book solely because of the novelty of finally reviewing a book with a number above 50 on the cover? Maybe, maybe not. But either way, Sabretooth is back to help out his first superhero foe… Your Major Spoilers review of Iron Fist #73 awaits!
Sometimes it’s a real disadvantage having read comics for as long as I have. You live to see things come back in one form or another.
While Iron Fist wasn’t the best of the Marvel Netflix series, it did have a few shining moments that could be developed into something bigger and better. Perhaps that is why the series has been renewed for a second season.
Marvel and comiXology’s team-up kicks off with Immortal Iron Fists, a 6-issue bi-weekly series written by Kaare Andrews with art by Afu Chan.
Marvel continues to roll out the creative teams for upcoming Marvel Legacy titles. Today it is Iron Fist and Jessica Jones, with legacy number for one of them.