The Last Iron Fist Podcast

In this issue: The Major Spoilers Crew reflect on the week’s news, offer up a few reviews, let the Iron Man and the Iron Fist battle it out, and take a peek under the cover of The Last Iron Fist Story from Marvel.


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This week the Major Spoilers Crew give their quick shot reactions to Ryan Reynolds as Green Lantern, Natalie Portman as Thor’s girlfriend, Victoria joining the Major Spoilers Crew, a quick look back on three years of the Major Spoilers Experience, and a few more odds and ends.


A lot of people enjoyed the Major Spoilers Dungeons and Dragons podcasts, and some even took the time to send in their thoughts.



Doctor Who #1
Tony Lee (w) • Al Davison (a) • Paul Grist, Al Davison (c)

At long last Doctor Who is an ongoing monthly series! Tony Lee (Doctor Who: The Forgotten), kicks off the time/space-faring series with the two-part “Silver Scream.” In chapter one, the Doctor travels to 1920s Hollywood where he befriends Charlie Chaplin and, of course, discovers an alien plot! Lee is joined by Al Davison (The Dreaming) on this first story arc. Covers by Paul Grist and Davison.


The House of Mystery #15

Written by Matthew Sturges; Art by Luca Rossi and David Hahn; Cover by Esao Andrews

Harry’s true identity, Fig’s heritage, Rina’s heartbreak, a dragon’s unrequited love and the Thinking Man’s Army all converge in a very small space in this shattering conclusion to “The Space Between”. And somewhere in there we manage to squeeze in “Jordan’s Movie Idea with the Gorillas and Sh*t,” illustrated by David Hahn (BITE CLUB, FABLES).


Will Eisner: A Spirited Life Audio Book by Bob Andelman

An audiobook narrated by author Bob Andelman, Will Eisner: A Spirited Life is the authorized biography that explores Eisner’s amazing life, detailing a career that spanned 70 years. The biography features interviews with many of Eisner’s contemporaries, such as Alan Moore, Dave Gibbons, Neil Gaiman, Denis Kitchen, Jim Warren, Dave Sim, Denny O’Neil, and Stan Lee.

Bob spent almost three years interviewing Eisner, researching his life and work, and interviewing friends, family, and the creative talents the comics master inspired throughout his career.


Who would win in a fight between Iron Man and Iron Fist?  Even though Tony Stark is encased head to toe in his Iron Man armor, with ever weapon known to man, the Iron Fist has a fist of iron, that can break and snap nearly anything with his Chi energies?

A) Iron Man

B) Iron Fist

Get over to the Major Spoilers Website and vote.



The Last Iron Fist Story

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 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 Brubaker and breakout talent Matt Fraction (Punisher War Journal), with action-packed art by David Aja (Daredevil, Giant-Size Wolverine). Collects Immortal Iron Fist #1-6.

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Music from this episode comes from Armin Brewer (intro) and James Kennison (closing) from the Nobody’s Listening Podcast. A big thanks to both of these guys for creating kick-ass music for the show!

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About Author

Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment. You can follow him on Twitter @MajorSpoilers and tell him your darkest secrets...


  1. Time wise I know it takes place after Civil War, maybe even after WWH, the latest Heroes for Hire team was disolved after WWH and we don’t see Black Cat and the other Heroes for Hire helping Misty and Colleen.

    @Rodrigo: you’re right the speedster in Captain America IS named Spitfire, she’s still alive as a vampire in Captain Britain an MI-13 by the way.

  2. Hi guys,

    I never did the art on any of the issues, I’m the WRITER. :-)

    Sorry the reviewer didn’t get the story, but two little things –

    1) it’s very clearly explained in the dialogue that this ISN’T Charlie Chaplin (yes, we discovered that certain aspects of the ‘Little Tramp’ were copyrighted)

    2) He’s THE DOCTOR, not DOCTOR WHO.


    • Yeah, that was my bad…

      The art on the limited series that I was referring to was by Pia Guerra (mostly), and was quite good, while the story was by… Well, you.

      I was about to correct Rodrigo on the use of “Doctor Who,” but got sidetracked by something else (probably a spectral funnel cake.)

  3. Hey Matthew! Thanks for the “dedication” and for getting the last name right <== a rare accomplishment…

    As usual, a great issue of the Podcast. Keep it up!

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