Ghost Rider, the daredevil stuntman with a skeleton head made of fire, debuted in Marvel Comics on this day in 1972, and despite being one of the most definitively '70s Marvel concepts, along with Power Man and Iron Fist, the character has retained a lasting appeal and remains endlessly fun. Continue reading…
Before Jon Favreau was making money hand over fist for Disney with The Jungle Book, he was making money hand over fist for Disney with Iron Man, which of course went on to launch an entire Marvel Cinematic Universe. And although Favreau...Show More Summary
The writers of "Deadpool," "Power Man & Iron Fist" and "Daredevil" spoke with CBR about Marvel's special four-part crossover -- in a single issue.
You know Tarzan was a bunch of garbage, right?
David Walker spoke with CBR News about the book's focus on Luke and Danny's friendship, looming challenges and their role in "Civil War II."
The fact that Iron Fist is Danny Rand, a white guy, is integral to the character. As I recall, he even gets push back from Asians because it’s felt that a white man has no business acquiring the fist in the first place. To cast an Asian as Danny Rand 100% changes the character. He’s […]
Marvel is getting the old band back together. Power Man and Iron Fist are back at it in a new ongoing series for the fan favorite Heroes For Hire duo. The return also falls in line with Marvel’s plan to create individual Netflix shows...Show More Summary
A big black ex-con with unbreakable skin. A rich white kung-fu master who can punch things really hard. 30 years ago, they starred in Power Man and Iron Fist, one of the unlikeliest creative successes Marvel ever published. Today, they’re back. Thank God. Read more...
The 2016 Viper ACR is mostly a burnt offering to the Gods of Speed and Violence, with few concessions to mortal man. It’s an iron fist in a carbon fiber glove. Developmental time was spent entirely on the track and in the wind tunnel; not a single second was afforded to street manners. Show More Summary
Plenty of juicy comics chat for you this time round, with discussion of Fox’s two new X-Men TV shows, the upcoming Power Man & Iron Fist series, AfterShock Comics’ announcement of American Monster, DC’s new Wonder Woman digital series, and all the recent comings and goings on Marvel’s movies and TV shows. We’ve also got […]
CBR TV catches up with Axel Alonso to talk "Power Man & Iron Fist," "Totally Awesome Hulk," and the potential return of Jessica Jones.
Photo by Erez Avissar RZA directed 2011's The Man With the Iron Fists and the forthcoming Azealia Banks-starring film Coco. It's now been announced that the rapper/producer/actor/director will helm an action thriller called Breakout,...Show More Summary
Steven S. DeKnight talks about the first season, the Punisher, Howard the Duck, and the Man Without Fear becoming the man with a smile.
The former Soviet Red Army hockey team was a feared group of men. And they were, for a long time, very successful. They were led by a man who ruled with the proverbial iron fist. There can be a lot said for that style of leadership but surely there are other ways to lead.
RZA's directorial follow-up to The Man with the Iron Fists will be much different: THR reports that the rapper-turned-helmer is making an inspirational musical drama with Azealia Banks, Common, and nobody with iron fists. It'll be called It Doesn't Have to Rhyme, and will feature Banks as a female rapper... More »
Gambian President Yahya Jammeh is one of the world's most quixotic dictators, a man who has ruled his tiny sliver of a nation for two decades with an iron fist, an extensive network of secret police and a seemingly endless stream of outrageous proclamations. [5 crazy things said by Gambia's crazy dictator.] His latest inflammatory remarks came […]
At some point, deep into middle age, RZA decided that he wanted to be a B-level action-movie star. This is an absurd thing. RZA is one of the greatest rap producers of all time. He’s the mastermind behind the Wu-Tang Clan, the favorite rap group of just about everyone who doesn’t listen to that much rap music. Show More Summary
Byron Mann (The Man With The Iron Fists, Rise Of The Legend) has joined the cast of AMC's Hell On Wheels as a series regular. Mann will play Chang, a powerful businessman and main Chinese labor contractor vying for power in the building of the Central Pacific Railroad. Show More Summary
Photo by Matt Kent/Redferns via Getty Images “The Man With The Iron Fists 2,” RZA’s follow-up to his 2011 martial arts film directorial debut, came out on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than...Show More Summary
Director-cinematographer Roel Reiné (12 Rounds 2: Reloaded, The Marine 2) may be the quintessential journeyman of the direct-to-video action industry. But though his no-frills approach to filmmaking has its charms, it makes him the wrong...Show More Summary