The burning of Harlem begins in this Power Man And Iron Fist exclusive

Netflix’s Luke Cage series is all about the battle for Harlem’s soul, and that battle comes to comics with the new storyline beginning in Power Man And Iron Fist, appropriately titled “Harlem Burns.” 2016 has been an exceptional year for writer David Walker at Marvel Comics, and he’s made a big mark with his work on…

Power Man And Iron Fist is an outstanding reunion for superhero partners

If ever there was a book made for David F. Walker to write, it was Power Man And Iron Fist #1 (Marvel). Well versed in the history of both blaxploitation and kung fu movies, as discussed in his interview from last year, Walker first worked for Marvel in the excellent “50 years of S.H.I.E.L.D.” Fury one-shot issue. He…

Exclusive Marvel preview: Power Man & Iron Fist #1 reunites the Heroes For Hire

Luke “Power Man” Cage and Danny “Iron Fist” Rand used to be one of the Marvel Universe’s great superhero pairings, but it’s been years since they joined forces on a regular basis. Sure, they served as New Avengers together for a while and have teamed up for shorter adventures, but they drifted apart as Luke split time…

Stevenson and Greene’s Runaways sparks an exciting Secret Wars rebellion

One of the best things about this summer’s big event comics from both DC and Marvel has been the gleeful enthusiasm with which scores of creators explore a slew of alternate universes. Unencumbered by some of the more stifling parts of canon, writers and artists alike are committing to a long list of interesting…

Exclusive Marvel preview: Doom’s teen fugitives hit the Wild West in Runaways #3

What if your school’s final exam forced you to kill your friends? A group of students at the Victor Von Doom Institute For Gifted Youths is faced with this question in Marvel’s Runaways miniseries, and, as the title promises, they decide to make a break for it instead of continuing their education. Writer Noelle…