The last trade of Iron Fist, contained the one-shots, and although being very well written, killed the momentum of the story. Immortal Weapons #1: Fat Cobra has re-invigorated my love for The Immortal Iron Fist and the rich tapestry of characters that has been created as his supporting cast.
Immortal Weapons #1 focuses on Fat Cobra, and draws on the idea that he has hired someone to write about his life to re-tell his origin. This narrative style is un-biased and gives us a look at the characters own reactions to his life and what he has done to make it to where he is today.
I liked the idea of using different artists to portray future and past tenses. I loved the art, all of it, and that’s a steep call. All art styles are independent and great for their own reasons.
Jason Aaron can again do not wrong, and I tried not to let the fact that he was writing sway my opinion when I was reading this issue. This issue made me sorry, yet again for switching to trade with Iron Fist. Great read, highly recommended.
Story – 8
Art - 8
Really, really quick review, sorry about that. Had a huge couple of weeks, but I didn't want to not post a review, gotta try for the best score possible
Hey Amlah, I know you're a huge Iron Fist fan, is the regular series coming back after the Immortal weapons mini?