The definitive, chronological, and up-to-date guide and trade reading-order on collecting Iron Fist comic books via omnibuses, hardcovers, and trade paperback graphic novels. A part of Crushing Krisis’s Crushing Comics. Last updated December 2017 with titles scheduled for release through August 2018.
Danny Rand, The Immortal Iron Fist
Danny Rand the Iron Fist was introduced in 1974 as a whitewashing of the kung fu craze. Marvel already had Deadly Hands of Kung Fu, but it was ultimately a genre magazine – and Marvel was about super-heroes.
After a short-lived solo series introducing his powers and mythology, Range joined Luke Cage in his title to form a duo of unlikely urban heroes for hire. The juxtaposition of the wealthy Rand and the streetwise Cage made for memorable interactions, even if some of the adventures were forgettable. The result is one of Marvel’s most-remarkable and enduring partnerships.
That series ended in 1985 with Iron Fist’s apparent death, and he stayed gone for an impressive seven years before resurfacing in the 90s for a brief stint. It wasn’t until the 2000s, and the onset of creators who grew up with those first two 1970s volumes, that Iron Fist became a major headlining hero in his own right,joining the Avengers and starring in another pair of ongoing solo titles.
- Iron Fist (1974 – 1977)
- Power Man & Iron Fist (1978 – 1985)
- Back from the Dead (1991 – 1996)
- Volume 2 (1996)
- Heroes For Hire & Volume 3 (1997 – 1998)
- The Return of K’un Lun (2000 – 2001)
- New Avengers (2005 – 2006)
- The Immortal Iron Fist (2006 – 2009)
- The Heroic Age (2010 – 2012)
- Defenders (2012)
- The Living Weapon in Marvel Now (2012 – 2015)
- All-New, All-Different Marvel (2016 – present)
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Iron Fist was introduced by Roy Thomas in anthology title Marvel Premiere in 1974, but it was Chris Claremont and John Byrne who took him from the tail-end of that run into his own cult hit title in 1975 and from there to co-star in Power Man – which was quickly revamped to headline both heroes.
Want the complete early story of Iron Fist? It’s available in three formats – a pair of top-quality Marvel Masterworks, a more affordable Epic Collection, and a B&W Essential edition. Marvel consistently treats this material – Marvel Premiere, Iron Fist, and the pair of Team-Up issues – as the “official” story.
Marvel Masterworks, Vol. 1 Hardcover (ISBN 0785150323)
Marvel Premiere (1972) #15-25 and Iron Fist (1975) #1-2
Marvel Masterworks, Vol. 2 Hardcover (ISBN 078515955X)
Iron Fist (1975) #3-15 and Marvel Team-Up (1972) #63-64,
Epic Collection: The Fury of the Iron Fist (Epic Vol. 1)
Marvel Premiere (1972) #15-25, Iron Fist (1975) #1-15, and Marvel Team-Up (1972) #63-64
Essential Iron Fist, Vol. 1
Marvel Premiere (1972) #15-25, Iron Fist (1975) #1-15, Marvel Team-Up (1972) #63-64, Power Man (1974) #48-49, Power Man and Iron Fist (1978) #50
In practice, Iron Fist actually had a few more appearances in this introductory period – and, there are some less comprehensive collections of his primary material. The Kung Fu materials were written by Claremont, but specifically not reprinted due to rights issues with some of the other characters in book – Fu Manchu, in particular.
(I’ll never understand how Marvel Team-Up #31 isn’t included, since and fits cleanly before his own series. I think it has to do with it not being by his primary writers at the time. Same for Marvel Two-In-One.)
Marvel Premiere #15: Marvel Visionaries: Gil Kane (2002)
Collects a number of key Gil Kane issues, including The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #99 & 123, Captain Marvel (1968) #17, Daredevil (1964) #146, Marvel Comics Presents (1988) #116, Marvel Premiere (1972) #1 & 15, Tales of Suspense (1959) #88-91, Tales to Astonish (1959) #76, and What If? (1977) #3.
Marvel Premiere #15-16: The Immortal Iron Fist, Vol. 3: The Book Of The Iron Fist
Iron Fist’s origin pads out this final Brubaker/Fraction volume. Also collected in hardcover.
Marvel Premiere #17-19: Not collected, except as above.
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #10 & Special 1: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu Omnibus Vol. 1 Oversize Hardcover
Scheduled to collect #1-18 & Special 1. Iron Fist stars in #18 after Marvel Premiere #25.
After DHoKF Special: Marvel Team-Up #31 (featured co-star – see Spider-Man). DHoKF #15 reprints Marvel Premiere #16
Marvel Premiere #20-25: Not collected, except as above.
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #18: In DHoKF Omnibus above
Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #19-24: Not collected yet, but will be in DHoKF Omnibus Volume 2, which would collect #19-33!
Iron Fist #1-15: Not collected, except as above and #14 in Marvel Visionaries: Chris Claremont. Notably, #14 is the debut of Sabretooth and – unrelated to that – #15 continues almost directly from Uncanny X-Men #107-108.
After #4: Master of Kung-Fu Annual 1, Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #29 & 31-32 (#32-33 are an early Daughters of the Dragon and Shang-Chi story and reprinted in the 2014 Deadly Hands of Kung Fu TPB.)
After #10: Marvel Two-in-One #25 (collected in Essential Marvel Two-In-One, Vol. 2) and maybe also The Spectacular Spider-Man (1976) #9? Iron Fist may appear solely in flashback there.
Marvel Team-Up #63-64: A one-two punch of team-ups with Iron Fist and Daughters of the Dragon. See Spider-Man for collection information.
Power Man #48-49: Power Man & Iron Fist Epic Collection: Heroes for Hire (Epic #1)
Also in B&W in Essential Iron Fist, above, as well as Essential Luke Cage, Vol. 2
Classic X-Men #13: Iron Fist appears in a back-up story. Collected in X-Men Vignettes, Vol. 1
Launched by Chris Claremont, this duo title was swiftly taken over by Mary Jo Duffy for four years before Denny O’Neil took the reigns (fresh from Batman and Green Lantern), and then a young Kurt Busiek before devolving into a hodge-podge of guest writers including Christopher Priest as James Owsley. Iron Fist brought an injection of fans and supporting characters to the flagging Luke Cage, and Cage’s status as the first long-running African American superhero was only enhanced by (and inextricably linked to) his association with the blue-blooded Danny Rand.
The series was cancelled in 1986 amidst a wave of consolidation of low-selling 70s holdover titles, including The Defenders. Danny Rand was left seemingly dead, but that wasn’t such a big deal – even Luke Cage was effectively put into mothballs until the 1990s.
In black & white:
#50-72 & 74-75: Essential Power Man & Iron Fist, Vol. 1
#76-100: Essential Power Man & Iron Fist, Vol. 2
Also includes Daredevil #178
#50-70: Epic Collection: Heroes for Hire (Epic Vol. 1)
Also includes #49-50. Issue #66 is Sabretooth’s second appearance.
After #53: Defenders #62-65
After #55: Uncanny X-Men #118 (brief appearance)
After #60: Hulk #243
After #62: Daredevil #164
After #64: Marvel Team-Up Annual 3 (see Spider-Man), possibly also Spectacular Spider-Man #47 circa #66
After #69: Marvel Team-Up #105 (see Spider-Man)
#71-72 & 74-89: Epic Collection: Revenge! (Epic Vol. 2)
Also collects Daredevil #178 (crossover from #76).
After #72: Marvel Team-Up Annual 4
After #82: Marvel Graphic Novel 1, Dazzler #21-24, Contest of Champions #1-3
After #83 & Contest: Hulk #278-279
After #87: Marvel Two-In-One #94
#73: Not collected. A crossover with ROM #22-23, which has not been reprinted due to rights issues.
#79: Not collected, except #79 in Marvel Super-Hero Team-Up
Contest of Champions: See Marvel Universe Events. Occurs after #82 Iron Fist appears throughout this series
#90-100: Not collected, except in Essentials
#100-120: Not collected
After #102: Iron Man #177, Code of Honor #3 (flashback), Daredevil #207
After #109: Hulk #300
After #114: Secret Wars II #2
After #120: Secret Wars II #9
Secret Wars II: See Marvel Universe Events
Danny Rand does not appear in the final five issues of this series.
Iron Fist made his return after half-a-decade of presumed death, thanks to one of his original curators, John Byrne – now the writer/artist of Namor!
Namor #16 & 22-24: See Namor, The Sub-Mariner
Cage #9-12: Luke Cage: Second Chances, Vol. 1
Collects #1-12 and material from Marvel Comics Presents #82
Cage #13: Not collected
Iron Fist: The Book of Changes (ISBN 978-1-302-90450-0)
Collects Iron Fist stories from this guest-starring period. In continuity order, they are – Marvel Comics Presents (1988) 111, 113-118, 125-132, Namor Annual 3, Marvel Comics Presents #133-137, Spider-Man (1990) #41-43, and Marvel Comics Presents #140-141.
After MCP #118: Namor #26-29 & 31-34 – see Namor, The Sub-Mariner
After Namor Annual 3: Maximum Carnage – See Spider-Man. During this storyline, Iron Fist Appears in Spider-Man #36, Web of Spider-Man #103, Amazing Spider-Man #380, Spider-Man #37, Spectacular Spider-Man #203
#1-2 in Iron Fist: The Return of K’un Lun
This Epic-sized collection gathers four different series – Iron Fist (1996) #1-2, Iron Fist (1998) 1-3, Iron Fist / Wolverine #1-4, Iron Fist (2004) #1-6, Iron Fist’s modern origin retelling from Uncanny Origins #14, and material from Marvel Knights Double Shot #4.
Daredevil: Cage Match: A one-shot flashback. Collected with New Avengers: Luke Cage (2010). This may have occurred prior to this volume rather than after it.
Iron Fist finally merited his own title again, anchoring a new iteration of Heroes for Hire written by John Ostrander. It was launched in Marvel’s wave of new titles in the wake of their Heroes Reborn debacle, but lasted just two years. In the middle of that series, Iron Fist returned for another mini-series penned by Dan Jurgens. Afterwards, he was back to guest star status for a couple of years.
Heroes For Hire #1-9: Luke Cage, Iron Fist, & The Heroes For Hire Vol. 1
Also collects the preceding Spider-Man Unlimited #13 and Marvel Fanfare Vol. 2 #6
Heroes For Hire #10-13: Luke Cage, Iron Fist, & The Heroes For Hire Vol. 2
Also collects Siege of Wundagore crossover issues Quicskilver #11-12
After #3: Thunderbolts #8
During/After #13: Sensation Spider-Man #28, X-Force #80, Fantastic Four Vol. 3 #6
Iron Fist, Vol. 3 #1-3: Iron Fist: The Return of K’un Lun (full contents above)
This occurs after Heroes for Hire #13 and prior to the Siege of Wundagore crossover.
Iron Fist does not appear in Heroes for Hire #14.
Siege of Wundagore: Luke Cage, Iron Fist, & The Heroes For Hire Vol. 2
Heroes for Hire #15-16 & Annual ’98 are part of the “Siege of Wundagore” crossover with Quicksilver, collected here along with #10-13 and #17-19. The reading order is HFH 15, QS 11, HFH 16, QS 12, & HFH Annual ’98. Also collected in Avengers: Quicksilver alongside his complete series.
Heroes For Hire #17-19: Luke Cage, Iron Fist, & The Heroes For Hire Vol. 2
After #19: Contest of Champions II #3, Deadpool #34, Black Panther Vol. 3 #16-17, New Warriors, Vol. 2 #7-9, Deadpool #45
#1-4: Iron Fist: The Return of K’un Lun (full contents above)
Black Panther, Vol. 3 #38-40: See Black Panther
Thunderbolts #57: See Thunderbolts
Marvel Knights Double-Shot #4: Collected with The Return of K’un Lun, above.
The Order #5-6: See Defenders
Daredevil, Vol. 2 #38-40: See Defenders
Spider-Man Unlimited (2004) #1: See Spider-Man
Iron Fist (2004) #1-6 in Iron Fist: The Return of K’un Lun (above)
Daredevil (1998) #59-60: See Daredevil
In this period Iron Fist appears semi-regularly in both New Avengers and Daredevil, eventually earns his own ongoing title for the first time since the 1970s!
Defenders (2005) #4: See Defenders
Secret War: See Marvel Universe Events. This story occurs both in present and flashback, and it happens concurrently with Pulse #6-9, collected in The Pulse, Vol. 2 and Jessica Jones – The Pulse: The Complete Collection
GLA #2: GLA, Vol. 1: Misaessembled
Pulse #14: Unclear of his appearance here, but it’s also in The Complete Collection, avove.
House of M: See Marvel Universe Events. Iron Fist appears in #2-5.
Cable & Deadpool #20-21: See Deadpool
Marvel Holiday Special 2005 (second story): Not collected
Daughters of the Dragon #4-6: Daughters of the Dragon: Samurai Bullets
This is a pretty pleasing story that leads into the reformation of Heroes for Hire.
Daredevil #78 & 80: See Daredevil
White Tiger #1-6: White Tiger: A Hero’s Compulsion
A featured character. Does not appear in #4
After White Tiger #3: Dr. Strange: Oath #1, New Avengers Annual 1
In this period, Iron Fist makes some appearances masquerading as Daredevil.
Thing #8: The Thing: Idol of Millions
This is a brief appearance in a poker game (really)
Daredevil #82-83, 85, 87: See Daredevil. See directly below for continuity placement.
Civil War: See Marvel Universe Events. Iron Fist appears throughout the main series as Daredevil. He appears briefly as himself in Wolverine #42, Black Panther (2005) #18, Battle Damage Report (2007) #1, Civil War: Choosing Sides (2006) #1. As Daredevil, he appears:
- After #1: Daredevil #83-85, New Avengers #22
- After #2 and during #3: Amazing Spider-Man #533, Daredevil #87, Civil War: Young Avengers / Runaways #1, Black Panther, Vol, 4 #18, Thunderbolts #104-105, New Avengers #23, Cable & Deadpool #30-31, New Avengers #24
- After #4: Civil War: X-Men #2, Fantastic Four #539 and Amazing Spider-Man #534, Civil War: Choosing Sides #2 (brief), Fantastic Four #539 and Amazing Spider-Man #534
- During #5: ThunderBolts #107-108
- After #6 and during 7: Ms. Marvel #14, Black Panther, Vol. 4 #25, during which he also appears in Civil War: Front Line #10 and Amazing Spider-Man #538, and Civil War: Front Line #11
Over 20 years after his first series, Iron Fist finally returned to his own ongoing title. Written in tandem by superstars Ed Brubaker and Matt Fraction, the first half of this run would on to win the Eisner Award for Ed Brubaker as Best Writer in 2008. In this period, Danny Rand also became an Avenger for the first time! His appearances in this era are tightly coordinated between the two books (as well as a number of guest appearances).
in oversized format…
#1-16: The Immortal Iron Fist Omnibus oversize hardcover out-of-print (ISBN 978-0785138198)
Collects Immortal Iron Fist #1-16, 8pg Iron Fist story from Civil War: Choosing Sides, Annual #1, Orson Randall and the Green Mist of Death, and The Origin of Danny Rand (maybe framing sequence only?).
#17-27: Not collected in oversize format
as a pair of comprehensive complete collections…
#1-16: Immortal Iron Fist: The Complete Collection, Vol. 1
Duplicates the contents of the Omnibus by collecting: Immortal Iron Fist 1-16, Annual 1; Immortal Iron Fist: Orson Randall and the Green Mist of Death 1; the framing sequence from Immortal Iron Fist: The Origin of Danny Rand 1; an 8pg Iron Fist story from Civil War: Choosing Sides 1
Order: #1-10, Annual 1, 11-12, Orson Randall & The Green Mist of Death, 13-16, Choosing Sides. Unsure of where the framing sequence is placed.
#17-27: Immortal Iron First: The Complete Collection, Vol. 2
Immortal Iron Fist 17-27, Immortal Iron Fist: Orson Randall and the Death Queen of California 1, Immortal Weapons 1-5, Immortal Weapons Sketchbook
Order: #17-20, Orson Randall & The Death Queen of California, 22-23, 25-27, 24, 21, Immortal Weapons #1-5 (cobra, bride, dog, tiger, prince), The Immortal Iron Fist: Caretakers (this was the backups story from Immortal Weapons), and Immortal Weapons Sketchbook
by storyline (including guest appearances)…
After #14 & Annual 1: Fallen Son: The Death of Captain America (2007) #2 & 5, Captain America #26, New Avengers #27-31, New Avengers (2005) #32-37 & Mighty Avengers #8 (during NA36)
World War Hulk: See Marvel Universe Events. Iron Fist appears as a speaking character in the Heroes for Hire arc and in World War Hulk #2-5, World War Hulk: Front Line #4 & 7, WWH Aftersmash: Damage Control (2008) #1-3
After WWH: New Avengers Annual 2, New Avengers #38, Daredevil #107-109
#7, 15-16: Vol. 3: The Book of Iron Fist
Only #16 falls here in Danny Rand’s chronology; he does not appear in #7 and 15. Collects Immortal Iron Fist #7, #15-16, Orson Randall and the Green Mist of Death, and material from The Origin of Danny Rand. Available in hardcover.
After #20: Daredevil (1998) #111-115, Fantastic Four #556-557, Avengers/Invaders #2-12, Fantastic Four #562, Eternals (2008) #1, Young Avengers Presents #6, Captain America #43 (check placement)
Secret Invasion: See Marvel Universe Events. Iron Fist is a supporting character in the main Secret Invasion series, plus other Secret-Invasion-branded titles including Amazing Spider-Man #3 and Front Line #4.
During Secret Invasion: Iron Man #33 and Secret Invasion #1, Secret Invasion #2 and New Avengers #41 & 45, Secret Invasion #5-6 and Thunderbolts #125 & Secret Invasion Frontline #4, Secret Invasion #7-8 & New Avengers #47
After Secret Invasion: Fantastic Four (1961) #562, New Avengers (2005) #48 (leaves the team), Amazing Spider-Man Extra #1, Amazing Spider-Man #587, New Warriors (2007) #20 (cameo), New Avengers #49-50, Free Comic Book Day 2009, AAFES 7th Edition: New Avengers – An Army of One
Then: Marvel Assistant-Sized Spectacular (2009) #2
Immortal Weapons (2009) #1-5
Placement varies, but this is where they end chronologically. There is a Danny Rand story that runs as a backup in every issue; it is also collected here.
Then: Marvel Divas (2009) #4, Dark Avengers / Uncanny X-Men: Utopia
Siege: Siege (2010) #4, Thunderbolts (1997) #137, New Avengers #59-60
Wolverine: Weapon X (2009) #13-15 (Iron Fist co-stars), Heroic Age: Heroes (2010), Avengers Academy (2010) #3
Shadowland: See Marvel Universe Events. Iron Fist is a recurring player in this street-level crossover. Shadowland #1-5, Daredevil (1964) #509-512, Shadowland: Blood on the Streets (2010) #4, Shadowland: Moon Knight #2, Shadowland: Power Man (2010) #1-4 , Shadowland: Spider-Man #1, Shadowland: After the Fall (2011) #1
Chaos War: See Marvel Universe Events. Iron Fist appears only in Chaos War (2010) #2
After Chaos War, the order of these appearances is tentative: Fantastic Four (1961) #584, Deadpool Team-Up (2010) #886, Avengers #1
New Avengers (2010) #1-6: See Avengers & New Avengers
Then: FDNY Custom Comic (2011), Fantastic Four (1961) #588, The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #652-654 & 654.1, Wolverine (2010) #5.1,, Avengers Academy (2010) #11, Free Comic Book Day 2011, Heroes For Hire (2011) #3-5
Power Man and Iron Fist (2011) #1-5: Power Man & Iron Fist: The Comedy of Death
The Power Man in question here is the new one introduced in Shadowland.
Heroes for Hire (2011) #3-5: Iron Fist appears in the first arc of this series. Not an exact placement. Collected in Heroes for Hire by Abnett & Lanning: The Complete Collection
Avengers (2010) #8-10, 12-13, & 12.1: See Avengers & New Avengers
Then: Captain America: Hail Hydra (2011) #5 (may be a flashback series)
New Avengers (2010) #7-13: See Avengers & New Avengers
Then: Incredible Hulks (2010) Annual 01, Iron Man: Iron Age (Iron Fist is a featured player in this series, though it is primarily a past incarnation up until the final moments.)
Fear Itself: See Marvel Universe Events. Iron Fist appears throughout this event, although it is not very significant to his story. He appears in #1-2, 4, 6-7, & 7.1-2, Avengers #16-18, New Avengers #14-15, Fear Itself: Spider-Man #2, Iron Man 2.0 (2011) #5-7, Journey Into Mystery (1952) #630, Shame Itself (2012) #1
Then: Wolverine (2010) #16, FF (2011) #11 and Fantastic Four (1961) #600
Spider-Island: See Marvel Universe Events. Iron Fist is a featured supporting player in this event, appearing in Amazing Spider-Man #666-668 & 672-673, Spider-Island: Cloak & Dagger #1, Spider Island Daily Bugle (2011) #1, Spider-Island: Deadly Foes #1, Spider-Island: The Avengers, and Spider-Island: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #1-3
New Avengers (2010) #16-17 & Annual 1, Avengers (2010) #24: See Avengers & New Avengers
Then: Avengers: X-Sanction (2012) #4
Marvel Point One (2012) #1
Acts as an intro story to Defenders. Collected with Defenders, below.
Defenders (2012) #1-6: Defenders by Matt Fraction, Vol. 1
Also collects material from Fear Itself #7 and Marvel Point One.
Fear Itself: The Fearless (2011) #10-11
See Marvel Universe Events: Fear Itself. Iron Fist appears, but this is not essential to his continuity.
New Avengers (2010) #19-23: See Avengers & New Avengers
Iron Fist is a featured hero in this arc battling a reformed Dark Avengers.
Then: Daredevil (2011) #13, New Mutants (2009) #44, Avengers Assemble (2012)
Defenders (2012) #7-12: Defenders by Matt Fraction, Vol. 2
Because of the nature of this story (it ultimately retcons itself), it’s best understood as happening all in one chunk.
Avengers vs. X-Men: See Marvel Universe Events. Iron Fist is a featured character in the middle portion of this story along with K’un Lun. He appears throughout the event and its tie-ins, including Avengers vs. X-Men #1-4 & 6-12 and Vs #6, and roughly by chronology in New Avengers #24 & 27, Wolverine and the X-Men #11, Avengers #28, Wolverine and The X-Men #15, New Avengers #30, and Uncanny X-Men #19.
After AvX, Iron Fist appears in New Avengers (2010) #31-34 and Avengers (2010) #34
Danny Rand’s presence in early Marvel Now – from the end of Avengers vs. X-Men to Infinity – is scant. Aside from a pair of funny Deadpool and Superior Foes issues, he must be off-page managing the Rand Corporation.
Fantastic Four (2013) #1: Cameo
A+X (2012) #5 (lead story)
Age of Ultron: See Marvel Universe Events. Iron Fist appears in #2-3, but this is an alternate timeline which is ultimate rebooted back to the standard Marvel universe.
Then: Daredevil (2011) #27, Superior Spider-Man Team-Up (2013) #1
Deadpool (2013) #13-14: A featured co-star. See Deadpool
Fearless Defenders (2013) #9
The Superior Foes of Spider-Man (2013) #3-4: A featured player.
Mighty Avengers #6-7: See Mighty Avengers
This is likely Iron Fist’s first post-Infinity appearance. Iron Fist teams up with Luke Cage’s group in this pair of issues. It’s a significant appearance with speaking parts and a fight, though it isn’t crucial to his own continuity.
Post-Infinity appearances: Nova (2013) #10, Superior Spider-Man Team-Up (2013) #8, Deadpool #27 (briefly), Wolverine (2014) #8-9, Uncanny Avengers (2012) #17 & 21-22 (alt timeline), Fantastic Four (2014) #6 & 8 (non-speaking in a fight with Avengers), Deadpool (2013) #34, Captain America (2013) #24-25.
Axis: See Marvel Universe Events. Iron Fist appears in a fight in #1 & 3 as well as in Magneto #11 (briefly, as part of Axis)
#1-12: Iron Fist: The Living Weapon – The Complete Collection (ISBN 978-1-302-90449-4)
#1-6: Vol. 1: Rage
#7-12: Vol. 2: Redemption
Post-Axis appearances: Superior Foes of Spider-Man #17 (cameo, may not strictly be post-Axis), Amazing X-Men #14 (may not be post-Axis), Nova #25 (cameo), SHIELD #1, Hulk (2014) #12, Wolverines #9, Deadpool #45, Howard the Duck #2
Power Man & Iron Fist #1-5: Vol. 1: The Boys Are Back In Town
Power Man & Iron Fist #6-9 & Sweet Christmas Annual: Vol. 2: Civil War II
Power Man & Iron Fist #10-14: Vol. 3: Street Magic
Iron Fist #1-?: Iron Fist Vol. 1: Trial of the Seven Masters
Immortal Iron Fists #1-6
A mid/late 2017 digital first series that will feature a second Iron Fist – a young girl – by Kaare Andrews.
#6-7 & 72-76: Vol. 2: Sabretooth – Round 2
#78-80: Doctor Strange: Damnation
Collects Damnation (2018) #1-4, Johnny Blaze: Ghost Rider (2018) #1, Doctor Strange #386-389, Iron Fist #78-80, Ben Reilly: Scarlet Spider (2017) #15-17
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