Title: The Immortal Iron Fists # 1 Publisher: Marvel Comics Writer: Kaare Andrews Artist: Afu Chan Color Artist: Shelly Chen Letterer: VC's Travis Lanham Cover Artist: Kaare Andrews Price: $ 2.99 US Rating: 2 out of 5 stars Website: www.marvel.com Comments: Big bad bullies are shown beating up a little Asian girl. She is Pei from K'un-Lun. Than as she meets Danny Rand aka Iron Fist aka Thunderer Pei's teacher we get to see this little girl has moves. Somehow both of them have the Iron Fist. The art is in a word awful. This is truly bad. An amateur could do way better. The art is flat. The colors sand papery. Danny and Pei have a pet dragon named Gork at home. The thing is drawn like an anime creature. Pei does keep her emotions in check. Pushed by bullies that she could destroy she turns the other cheek. Pei's new nanny is full of wisdom. Both Pei and Danny get into a fight. Both kick some butt. The fights are over so fast. The concept is new and interesting, having Danny raising and training Pei.
Title: The Immortal Iron Fists # 2 Publisher: Marvel Comics Writer: Kaare Andrews Artist: Afu Chan Color Artist: Shelly Chen Letterer: VC's Travis Lanham Cover Artist: Kaare Andrews Price: $ 2.99 US Rating: 2 out of 5 stars Website: www.marvel.com Comments: Pei starts to like school a little and meets some new friends. A new friend Jayce of Pei's goes missing and Pei is determined to find him. The art is so boring. It needs life in it something to make it stand out. The colors are bland. Danny does not use his costume in this series. He is drawn looking like a homeless person, a hobo. It does not fit Iron Fist's character and his character here is one who misses so much around him. Demon Frogs in this issue and they are not impressive. Pei is shown better in action than Danny is. Pei and Danny are given equal time in the comic but Pei here is a better character that the comic should focus on more than Danny.