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Lois Lowry answers your questions — Ask the Author

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Power Man & Iron Fist - Sweet Christmas Annual #1 Comic Smack

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Power Man and Iron Fist (2016 - 2017)

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Well, it believes in Luke and Danny…with a vengeance! The battle for control of Harlem kicks it up a notch! Luke and Danny are handy in a fight, but how do you punch magic? Jessica Jones left and took Danielle with her. Luke is not taking it well.

Follow mode. Previous Next. Expect old friends, hired goons, crime lords, weird magic, plenty of power, a flurry of fists and as much bromance as you can handle! Your review about Power Man and Iron Fist issue Add your own comment. Email Gravatar.

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Eventually, Power Man' s sales became unsustainable. Marvel decided to combine his series with Iron Fist , another once popular superhero who could no longer support his own series, in order to save both characters from full cancellation. The series title changed to Power Man and Iron Fist with 50, though the indicia did not reflect this change until Iron Fist writer Chris Claremont penned the initial stories pairing the characters, but was soon forced to turn the series over to Jo Duffy due to his unmanageable workload. Duffy's run was noted for its lighthearted, humorous, character-driven tone, and had relatively few fight scenes.

Expect old friends, hired goons, crime lords, weird magic, plenty of power, a flurry of fists and as much bromance as you can handle! The boys are back in town and that's a great thing for all of us. Once you are done with issue 1, you will definitely want to hire these heroes. Read Full Review. This is a fun, funny book that takes itself just seriously enough. Ultimately, that's what I want out of a comic like this.

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  1. POWER MAN and IRON FIST are tracking a mystery with all the ingredients of a classic Heroes-for-Hire tale. Expect old friends, hired goons.

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