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Marvel’s Iron FistDanny versucht, die Pflichten des Iron Fist zu erfüllen. Untertitel: Deutsch, English [CC]. Wiedergabesprachen. Als Danny nach einem Flugzeugabsturz bei buddhistischen Mönchen in Asien aufwächst, erlernt er von ihnen die Kampfsportart `Iron Fist'. Mit seiner außerwöhnlichen Kampftechnik reist er wieder zurück nach New York, um Verbrechern Paroli zu bieten. Die Figur des Iron Fist ist ein Comic-Charakter aus dem weitläufigen Marvel-Comic-Universum. Sie ist das Alter Ego von Danny Rand, der zum ersten Mal
Iron Fist Marvel FIND A PRODUCT VideoIron Fist: Season 1 RECAP The Living Weapon. Iron Fist is an incredibly powerful fighter, who studied for a decade under the tutelage of the Thunderer in K'un-Lun. He is a master of all of K'un-Lun's martial arts, along with the combat arts developed on Earth, in addition to being trained in the use of almost all martial arts . 3/17/ · Created by Scott Buck. With Finn Jones, Jessica Henwick, Jessica Stroup, Tom Pelphrey. A young man is bestowed with incredible martial arts skills and a mystical force known as the Iron Fist/10(K). Iron Fist entered inside the fighting area where he was then challenged by the two twins, Andrei and Grigori Veznikov who were waiting for him. Iron Fist introduced himself and the twins thought it was a joke as they noted how Rand was on the cover of Forbes Magazine and asked if Iron Fist knew that this challenge was a fight to the death. The two brothers then went on to further question why Iron Fist . Iron Fist () Marvel Cinematic Universe (Earth) Colleen Wing Marvel Cinematic Universe (Earth) Wu Ao-Shi Marvel Cinematic Universe (Earth) Randy. Iron Fist Danny Rand’s life may have started in privilege, but it took a long journey into honor and strength. As the Iron Fist, Rand learned how to harness immense power, both mental and physical, to save others and fight honorable battles. Marvel's Iron Fist, or simply Iron Fist, is an American streaming television series created for Netflix by Scott Buck, based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Iron Fist introduced himself and the twins thought it was a joke as they noted how Rand was on the cover of Forbes Magazine and asked if Iron Fist knew that this challenge was a fight to the death. The two brothers then went on to further question why Iron Fist was not protecting the gates of K'un-Lun as both twins were eager to defeat and kill. Danny Rand returns to New York City after being missing for years, trying to reconnect with his past and his family legacy. He fights against the criminal element corrupting his world around him with his incredible kung-fu mastery and ability to summon the awesome power of the fiery Iron Fist. Plot Summary | Add Synopsis.
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Chris Arrant. Debuting in a story written by Thomas and pencilled by Kane in the umbrella title Marvel Premiere 15—25 May — October , he was then written successively by Len Wein , Doug Moench , Tony Isabella , and Chris Claremont , with art by successive pencillers Larry Hama , Arvell Jones , Pat Broderick , and, in some of his earliest professional work, John Byrne.
As the Marvel Premiere issues had successfully established a considerable readership for the character,  following this run, Iron Fist was immediately spun off into the solo series Iron Fist , which ran 15 issues November — September The solo series was written by Claremont and pencilled by Byrne.
A subplot involving the Steel Serpent left unresolved by the cancellation of the series was wrapped up in issues 63—64 of Marvel Team-Up.
To rescue the character from cancellation, Marvel paired Iron Fist with another character who was no longer popular enough to sustain his own series, Luke Cage.
The title of the series changed to Power Man and Iron Fist with issue 50 April , although the indicia did not reflect this change until issue Iron Fist co-starred in the series until the final issue , September , in which he is killed.
Writer Jim Owsley subsequently known as Christopher Priest later commented, "Fist's death was senseless and shocking and completely unforeseen.
It took the readers' heads clean off. And, to this day, people are mad about it. Forgetting, it seems, that a you were supposed to be mad, that death is senseless and Fist's death was supposed to be senseless, or that b this is a comic book.
Iron Fist was revived half a decade later in Namor , the Sub-Mariner 21—25 December — April , a story which revealed that the character killed in Power Man and Iron Fist was a doppelgänger.
The story was both written and drawn by Byrne, who found the manner of Iron Fist's death objectionable and later commented, "In one of those amazing examples of Marvel serendipity, it turned out to be fairly easy not only to resurrect Danny, but to make it seem like that was the plan all along.
Two solo miniseries followed: Iron Fist vol. Also around this time, he was among the ensemble of the group series Heroes for Hire which ran 19 issues July — January Subsequently, a new Iron Fist series premiered called The Immortal Iron Fist.
The series was written jointly by Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction from issues 1—14 January — June with artists Travel Foreman and David Aja.
From issue 17 September to the series' cancellation at issue 27 August , the series was written by Duane Swierczynski and largely drawn by a returning Travel Foreman.
Iron Fist's appearances outside his own title include three Iron Fist stories in Marvel's black-and-white comics magazine The Deadly Hands of Kung Fu 10 March , an additional story co-starring the Sons of the Tiger in issue 18 November , and a six-part serial, "The Living Weapon", in 19—24 December — May He made guest appearances in such titles as Marvel Two-in-One , Marvel Team-Up , the Submariner series Namor , Black Panther , and Daredevil.
Iron Fist appeared as a regular character throughout the — New Avengers series, from issue 1 August through its final issue, 34 January In Iron Fist was given new life and set to star in a new issue comic book series written and drawn by Kaare Andrews titled Iron Fist: The Living Weapon as part of the All-New Marvel NOW!
Danny Rand was born in New York City. His father, Wendell Rand , as a young boy happened upon the mystical city of K'un-L'un.
During his time in K'un-L'un, Wendell saved the life of the city's ruler, Lord Tuan, and was adopted as Tuan's son.
However, Wendell eventually left K'un-L'un and became a wealthy entrepreneur in the United States. He married socialite Heather Duncan and had a child, Daniel.
Wendell later organizes an expedition to again seek out K'un-L'un, taking his wife Heather, his business partner Harold Meachum and nine-year-old Danny.
During the journey up the mountain, Danny slips off the path, his tie-rope taking his mother and father with him. Meachum, who also loves Heather, forces Wendell to plunge to his death but offers to rescue Heather and Danny.
She rejects his help. Heather and Danny come across a makeshift bridge that appears out of nowhere and are attacked by a pack of wolves. Heather throws herself on the wolves to save Danny and is killed even as archers from K'un-L'un attempt to save her.
The archers take the grieving Danny to see Yu-Ti , the hooded ruler of K'un-L'un. When Danny expresses his desire for vengeance, Yü-Ti apprentices him to Lei Kung the Thunderer, who teaches him martial arts.
Danny proves to be the most gifted of Lei Kung's students. He toughens his fists by plunging them into buckets of sand, gravel, and rock.
At 19, Danny is given the chance to attain the power of the Iron Fist by fighting and defeating the dragon Shou-Lao the Undying, who guards the molten heart that had been torn from its body.
Guessing that the heart provides life energy to Shou-Lao through the dragon-shaped scar on its chest, Danny covers the scar with his own body and hangs on until Shou-Lao collapses and dies, in the process burning a dragon brand into his own chest.
Having killed Shou-Lao, he enters its cave and plunges his fists into a brazier containing the creature's molten heart, emerging with the power of the Iron Fist.
It is later revealed that Danny is part of a long lineage of Iron Fists. When K'un-L'un reappears on Earth after 10 years, Danny leaves to find his father's killer.
Returning to New York, Danny Rand, dressed in the ceremonial garb of the Iron Fist, seeks out Harold Meachum, now head of Meachum Industries.
After overcoming a number of attempts on his life, he confronts Meachum in his office, only to find the man legless—an amputation carried out when, after abandoning Danny and his mother, he was caught in heavy snow and his legs became frostbitten.
Meachum accepts his fate and tells Iron Fist to kill him. Overcome with pity, Iron Fist walks away. At that moment Meachum is murdered by a mysterious ninja, and his daughter Joy blames Iron Fist for the death.
While working undercover, Misty Knight infiltrates the organization of crime lord John Bushmaster. When Bushmaster discovers Knight's treachery, he kidnaps Claire Temple and Noah Burstein, close associates of Luke Cage , better known as Power Man, and holds them hostage to force Cage to eliminate Knight.
Iron Fist is on hand to stop him, however, and after a battle, the truth comes out. Rand helps Cage and the Daughters of the Dragon Knight and Wing battle Bushmaster, rescue Temple and Burstein, and obtain evidence that proves Cage's innocence of prior drug charges.
Afterwards, Iron Fist and Power Man become partners, forming Heroes for Hire , Inc. Iron Fist, in his secret identity of Danny Rand, resumes control of his parents' fortune as half of Rand-Meachum, Inc.
Power Man and Iron Fist's partnership ends when Rand is diagnosed with cancer and gets kidnapped as part of a plot masterminded by Master Khan.
Just prior to a battle with the Black Dragon Chiantang the brother of the mythical Dragon King , Danny is replaced by a doppelgänger created by the extra-dimensional H'ylthri.
Cage, now the prime suspect in Rand's apparent death, becomes a fugitive. While in stasis in K'un-L'un with the H'ylthri, Iron Fist manages to focus his chi , curing the cancer.
He is later freed from stasis by Namor. Rand and Cage reform Heroes for Hire, Inc. Namor ultimately dissolves Oracle as well as Heroes for Hire, Inc.
Iron Fist later loses his powers to Junzo Muto,  the young leader of the Hand , and subsequently becomes the guardian of a pack of displaced dragons in Tokyo.
Black Panther is able to free Iron Fist from the creature's control, and the two work together to defeat the Black Dragon in Wakanda.
In the Iron Fist miniseries, Miranda Rand -K'ai also returns from the dead. The H'ylthri revive her and promise to restore her to full life if she retrieves the extra-dimensional artifact known as the Zodiac Key.
To this end, she takes the identity of Death Sting, bringing her into conflict with Iron Fist as well as with S. When the H'ylthri try to kill Iron Fist, Miranda turns the power of the Zodiac Key against them, seemingly killing herself in the process.
However, exposure to chemicals from the H'ylthri pods prevented her death. Rand disguises himself as Daredevil to convince the media and the public that Matt Murdock is not the masked vigilante.
During the Civil War , he opposes the Superhuman Registration Act , joining Captain America while still pretending to be Daredevil.
After the arrest of Captain America, Rand joins the New Avengers , an underground group provided with secure accommodation by Doctor Strange and which includes his former teammate Luke Cage.
Orson Randall, Danny Rand's immediate predecessor, seeks out Danny Rand in New York and gives him The Book of the Iron Fist, a sacred ledger supposedly containing all the kung fu secrets of previous Iron Fists, which Randall claims will be necessary if Rand is to compete successfully in the coming tournament of the Seven Champions.
On the brink of death, Randall surrenders his chi to Rand, giving him sufficient power to battle the Serpent to a standstill.
The corruption of the leaders of the Seven Cities of Heaven spurs Iron Fist, Lei Kung, Orson Randall's daughter, and John Aman to plan a revolution.
Upon learning of the plot, Steel Serpent helps Rand and the other Immortal Weapons defeat Xao. Rand destroys the train intended to destroy K'un-L'un by extending his chi to find the train's electromagnetic field.
Meanwhile, the revolution orchestrated by Lei Kung and Orson's daughter proves successful, with Nu-an, the Yu-Ti of K'un-Lun fleeing in terror.
When Rand confronts Xao, Xao reveals that there is an eighth city of Heaven before killing himself. Rand suggests Lei Kung as the new Yu-Ti, with Orson's unnamed daughter as the new Thunderer.
After learning that the Randall fortune that started Rand International was formed from the oppression of the Cities of Heaven, Rand decides to transform the company into a non-profit organization, dedicated to helping the poor.
He also sets up the Thunder Dojo in Harlem to help inner-city children, buys back the old Heroes for Hire building as the new Rand International Headquarters and his new home, while offering Luke Cage a position at the company.
He also tries to reconnect with Misty Knight. Rand, on his 33rd birthday, learns every single one of the previous Iron Fists died at the age of 33, except Orson Randall, who vanished at that time.
Soon afterward, Rand is attacked and defeated by Zhou Cheng, a servant of Ch'l-Lin, who claims to have killed the Iron Fists in order to enter K'un-Lun and devour the egg that births the next incarnation of Shou-Lao the Undying every generation, thus wiping out K'un-Lun's Iron Fist legacy.
Luke, Misty, and Colleen arrive and save Rand. Rand has his shoulder dislocated during a second battle with Cheng, but manages to defeat Cheng even in his weakened state.
Following the duel, the Immortal Weapons, Luke, Colleen, and Misty arrive, and reveal to Rand that they have discovered a map in Cheng's apartment that leads to the Eighth City of Heaven.
Rand and the others realize that this is where Ch'l-Lin originated, and depart for the Eighth City. In the Eighth City, he meets Quan Yaozu, the first Iron Fist, who became disillusioned with K'un-Lun and rose up to rule the Eighth City as Changming.
Rand and Fat Cobra manage to defeat Quan. Rand and Davos agree to guide Quan to K'un-Lun and arrange a meeting between him and Lei-Kung to give Quan a forum for his grievances.
However, when Rand returns to New York, he finds a HYDRA cell waiting for him at Rand International, seeking retribution for the death of Xao, and holding Misty hostage.
In the ensuing battle, Rand International is destroyed, but Rand and Misty escape unharmed. Now left with only a fraction of his former net worth, Rand and Misty purchase a new condo in Harlem, and Rand decides to focus all of his attention and remaining resources at the Thunder Dojo.