Power Man and Iron Fist, Vol. 1: The Boys are Back in Town by David F. WalkerThe best buddy team in comics, reunited at last! Luke Cage and Danny Rand, the Heroes for Hire turned Avengers, are going back to street-level basics -- and theres a mystery to solve that will draw in crime lords, hired goons and old friends! But which of the three pose the most trouble? The Big Apple may end up poisoned by magic unless Luke and Danny can put a stop to whoever is wielding the mystical Supersoul Stone! Business starts to boom, with a flurry of big-hitting, kung-fu-fighting action. But when a second Civil War splits the Marvel Universe down the middle, will Power Man and Iron Fist be on the same side, or will a fine bromance end? Luke brings the power, Danny brings the fists -- you bring the snacks!
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The prostitute's pimp hires Cage to get revenge on ROM. But when they face him in person, after an extended fight where ROM even "neutralizes" Iron Fist's chi She reveals that she was hurt pretty bad when Scott Summers left her after finding out that Jean Grey was still alive, and that in general people she cares for tend to get hurt. Chris Sims is much more enthusiastic about this story than i am. It does do a good job of playing up the paranoia angle of the Dire Wraiths; much more so than the actual ROM comic, in my opinion. Sound familiar? Posted by: kveto November 29, PM.
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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. He emulated the lighthearted humor of Duffy's run, not knowing that Duffy had been taken off Power Man and Iron Fist precisely because the editorial staff disapproved of her lighthearted tongue-in-cheek approach to the series.