Marvel. Официальная коллекция комиксов #81 - Железный Кулак: В Поисках Коллин Винг

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Price
599 RUB
Pages
168
On-sale Date
2017-02-02
Publisher's Age Guidelines
16+
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
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Brand
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Barcode
9772304905701 00081
Editing
Георгий Скляров (главный редактор); Len Wein (original editor); Marv Wolfman (original editor); Archie Goodwin (original editor)

Issue Notes

5900 copies printed

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Iron Fist / cover / 1 page (report information)

Script
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Pencils
Keith Pollard (signed)
Inks
Klaus Janson (signed)
Colors
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Letters
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Genre
martial arts; superhero
Characters
Iron Fist; Ravager [Radion]; Misty Knight
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Iron Fist / comic story / 18 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Claremont
Pencils
John Byrne
Inks
Al McWilliams
Colors
Michele Wolfman
Letters
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Genre
martial arts; superhero
Characters
Iron Fist; Lee Wing; Colleen Wing; Jeryn Hogarth (introduction); Princess Azir; Lt. Rafael Scarfe; Angar the Screamer (villain); Khumbala Bey (introduction, villain); Wendell Rand (illusion); Lei Kung, the Thunderer (illusion)
Synopsis
Iron Fist arrives at the Wings to discover Colleen missing and Lee raving like a mad man; Danny and Scarfe try to track down Colleen but are assaulted by illusions courtesy of Angar; Beating Angar down, Iron Fist discovers a Stark International i.d. card on the villain and figures the company is behind the disappearance of his friend.
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Iron Fist / comic story / 18 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Claremont
Pencils
John Byrne
Inks
Al McWilliams
Colors
Janice Cohen
Letters
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Genre
martial arts; superhero
Characters
Iron Fist; Iron Man [Tony Stark]; Misty Knight; Colleen Wing; Lt. Rafael Scarfe; Angar, the Screamer (villain); Davos [Steel Serpent] (villain); Beyd (villain); Gamal Hassan (villain); Donald Cauley (introduction, villain); Khumbala Bey (cameo flashback)
Synopsis
Iron Fist breaks into Stark Industries looking for Colleen Wing. Instead he finds Misty Knight who is also searching for her friend. Tony Stark notices the intruders and Iron Man battles Iron Fist.
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Iron Fist / comic story / 18 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Claremont
Pencils
John Byrne
Inks
Frank Chiaramonte
Colors
Michele Wolfman
Letters
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Genre
martial arts; superhero
Characters
Iron Fist (Origin details); GUESTS: Miranda Rand-Kai (introduction, Iron Fist's sister, flashback); Conal D'hu-Tsien (flashback); Colleen Wing; Lee Wing; Misty Knight; Lt. Rafael Scarfe; VILLAINS: Hylthri (introduction, flashback); Master Khan; Merrin (flashback); Tucos (flashback); Kemal; Gamal Hassan
Synopsis
As Iron Fist sits at the hospital bedside of Lee Wing, he thinks back on another incident in K'un-Lun where he failed other friends and faced the plant-like H'ylthri for the first time. Misty learns that one of Collen's captors is willing to turn on his master and Misty and Danny prepare to fly to London for the meet.
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Iron Fist / comic story / 18 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Claremont
Pencils
John Byrne
Inks
Frank Chiaramonte
Colors
Don Warfield
Letters
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Genre
martial arts; superhero
Characters
Iron Fist; Misty Knight; Dr. Monahan; Michael Kramer (death); Dominique Cordier (death); The Ravager [Radion] (villain)
Synopsis
Danny and Misty are flying into Heathrow Airport to try and get a lead on Misty's whereabouts when their plane crash lands courtesy of the Ravager. Iron Fist and Misty battle the armored villain but Misty is badly wounded in the fight and her bionic arm is wrecked. Rather than try to find Colleen as Misty wants, Iron Fist feels responsible for tracking down the Ravager and saving the city of London. Iron Fist uses his iron fist to ruin the Ravager's armor and he takes it off, revealing himself to be the highly radioactive Radion.
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Iron Fist / comic story / 17 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Claremont
Pencils
John Byrne
Inks
Frank Chiaramonte
Colors
Janice Cohen
Letters
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Job Number
JV196
Genre
martial arts; superhero
Characters
Iron Fist; Misty Knight; Dr. Monahan; Radion [Henri Sorel; The Ravager] (Origin in flashback, villain, death); Davos [Steel Serpent] (villain); Joy Meachum (villain); Ward Meachum (villain); Yu-Ti (cameo); Heather Rand (cameo); Puppet Master (cameo flashback); The Thing (cameo flashback); Thor (cameo flashback)
Synopsis
Iron Fist battles Radion and is able to defeat him by using research he created back before he was transformed into a radioactive monster by agents of Ward Meachum.
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Iron Fist / comic story / 17 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Claremont
Pencils
John Byrne
Inks
Frank Chiaramonte
Colors
Phil Rachelson [as Phil Rache]
Letters
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Genre
martial arts; superhero
Characters
Iron Fist; Colleen Wing; Alan Cavanaugh (introduction); Master Khan (villain); Angar the Screamer (villain); Scimitar (introduction, villain); Walker (introduction, villain); Rakim (villain); Gamal Hassan (cameo, dead)
Synopsis
Still in London looking for Colleen, Iron Fist saves Alan Cavanaugh from Walker and his boys. The two try to take a meeting with Gamal Hassan only to find him strung up and dead and the Scimitar lying in wait. In the clutches of Master Kahn, Colleen has been brainwashed by Angar into hating Iron Fist.
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Iron Fist / comic story / 17 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Claremont
Pencils
John Byrne
Inks
Frank Chiaramonte
Colors
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Letters
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Job Number
JV337
Genre
martial arts; superhero
Characters
Iron Fist (Origin details); Colleen Wing; Misty Knight; Yu-Ti; Lei Kung, the Thunderer; Jeryn Hogarth; Master Khan (villain); Angar the Screamer (villain); Shakirah (cameo flashback, introduction, Wendell Rand's first wife); Wendell Rand (cameo flashback); Alan Cavanaugh (cameo flashback); Lee Wing (cameo flashback); Lt. Rafael Scarfe (cameo flashback)
Synopsis
On his flight to Master Kahn's fortress with Misty Knight, Danny learns from his father's lawyer, Jeryn Hogarth, that he is a very rich man. Back in K'un-Lun, the Thunderer catches Yu-Ti spying on Iron Fist in a giant crystal. Iron Fist finally finds Colleen but she has been brainwashed into hating him and attacks. While battling one of his closest friends and being assaulted by Angar's mindstorm, Iron Fist is able to break Colleen's conditioning by using his powers to meld minds with her. This saps all of his remaining strength and he is assaulted by Khan's goons.
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Iron Fist / comic story / 17 pages (report information)

Script
Chris Claremont
Pencils
John Byrne
Inks
Frank Chiaramonte
Colors
Bonnie Wilford
Letters
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Job Number
JV397
Genre
martial arts; superhero
Characters
Iron Fist; Colleen Wing; Misty Knight; Jeryn Hogarth; Yu-Ti; Master Khan (villain); Angar the Screamer (villain); Khumbala Bey (villain); Lee Wing (cameo flashback); Alan Cavanaugh (cameo flashback); Lt. Rafael Scarfe (cameo flashback)
Synopsis
Colleen now free of her brainwashing by Angar, she and Iron Fist battle Khan's goons and Khumbala Bey. With all of his men down, Master Khan finds he has to use all of his magic to fight off Iron Fist. He turns the tables by opening a portal to K'un-Lun and offering Danny a free trip home. He also reveals that Yu-Ti usurped the throne that rightfully belonged to Danny's father and had a hand in his parents' death. Confused and angry, Iron Fist shatters the portal and Khan is sucked into the dimensional door. Collen decides to forgive Danny for invading her mind and witnessing her every secret.
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