A new image from the second season of Netflix and Marvel’s Iron Fist teases the arrival of some obscure Marvel villains.
Iron Fist may not have had a strong first season, but hopes for the second season are still high. Now that the fight choreographer from Black Panther is on board, some new exciting fight scenes provide something for fans to look forward to. Now, it looks like some of these fight scenes will be featuring the Golden Tiger Gang. This tweet from the official Iron Fist account seems to be implying exactly that:
Strong medicine. pic.twitter.com/SUhB9RI3Nn
— Iron Fist (@MarvelIronFist) July 21, 2018
Led by Chaka Khan, the Golden Tiger Gang is one of the most fearsome crime organization in the Marvel Universe. Though this may sound a lot like The Hand, one would hope that the minds behind Iron Fist have learned a valuable lesson as far as that is concerned. After all, The Hand was one of the weakest aspects of season one as well as The Defenders.
“Season 2 furthers the transformation of Danny , a character with a fish out of water coming of age story making his way in a harsh new world, battling to work out who he is. This season, Danny has promised that with Matt Murdock gone, he will step up and protect his city. But a sinister plot twist threatens his very identity and he must conquers his villains to protect the town and people he holds close to his heart.”
The 7 Most Patriotic Heroes To Help Ring In The 4th Of July
Ah, the fourth of July is here at last. Forget the beach and barbecues, kids, if you really want to celebrate this patriotic holiday the right way, head inside and pick up some comic books! Your Uncle Mike might grill-up a mean steak, but Captain America punches Nazis for breakfast. Oh, you want fireworks? Well, go open up literally any comic book and watch the sparks fly as heroes and villains exchange blows.
Comic books are full of diverse characters who stand for all types of different values. Some of them might stand for the values of Communist Russia, like Mark Millar’s Mother Russia, but many of the big two’s most popular characters can be understood as patriotic symbols for the U.S.. Heck, the whole superhero genre as we know it became popular during World War II when we were in dire need of larger-than-life heroes who could inspire us to perform our patriotic duties.
So get out of the pool and hit Next to learn more about seven of the most patriotic superheroes in comics!