Power Man and Iron Fist, Vol. 2: Civil War II

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  • Title: Power Man and Iron Fist, Vol. 2: Civil War II
  • Author: David F. Walker Sanford Greene Flaviano Armentaro Scott Hepburn
  • ISBN: 9781302901158
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
  • Luke and Danny have only just put the band back together will CIVIL WAR II tear it apart Maybe, when Iron Fist finds himself behind iron bars But who better to get him out of a cage than Power Man Then again, Luke s crack team of former criminals may be of a hindrance than a help And there s the small matter of Captain Marvel s reaction to the Inhuman Ulysses pLuke and Danny have only just put the band back together will CIVIL WAR II tear it apart Maybe, when Iron Fist finds himself behind iron bars But who better to get him out of a cage than Power Man Then again, Luke s crack team of former criminals may be of a hindrance than a help And there s the small matter of Captain Marvel s reaction to the Inhuman Ulysses prison break premonition As for the philosophical disagreement underpinning the conflict rocking the Marvel Universe, our two heroes start out on the same side but the predictive justice vigilantes Preemptive Strike may just change that Plus From Civil War to peace on Earth It s Luke s favorite holiday but demonic toys might make this a bitter Christmas, not sweet COLLECTING Power Man and Iron Fist 6 9, Sweet Christmas Annual 1

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    1. I wasn't overly keen on the Civil War II tie-in issues but I fiddle-faddlin' LOVED the (Sweet) Christmas Special! Even reading it in June!

    2. Sweet Christmas! I love this series so freaking much!Okay, so this starts with a Civil War II tie in. Everyone knows how much I hate that event. It looked like Walker was trying to find a way around having to delve into it with Luke and Danny having a conversation about staying out of it. Oddly enough, Luke and Danny appeared to take the fighting harder than anyone in the actual event series. This starts with Luke, Danny and Jessica hearing the news about Rhodey and Jen. Both Luke and Danny remi [...]

    3. David F. Walker is a very talented writer. I say this with only reading volume 1-2 of Power Man and Iron Fist. I think he's such a good writer that I plan on checking out his other books. I really dug the first volume as it's one of the best FUN books I've read in forever. I enjoyed volume 2 too but why is it a 3 out of 5 when the first was 5 out of 5? Civil War 2. I actually didn't HATE Civil War 2 event. I just thought it was meh. This event kind of fucks up the flow of this volume. I thought [...]

    4. Don't you just love it when a title you're enjoying ties into an event you're not reading and interrupts a good book

    5. The Good: This has the potential to be a good book but the dialogue needs to step out of the 70's.The Bad: Civil War II really came in and dealt this volume a death blow. We get half a story about ex-cops who are altering police records to get costumed ex-cons arrested even if they have went straight. The setup is in this volume interrupted by some Civil War nonsense where Captain Marvel and crew self fulfill one of Ulysses's prophesies by attacking Luke. They cause the prison break they are bla [...]

    6. A very decent Civil War II tie-in. David Walker manages to integrate Marvel's latest event in his run with issues pertinent to Danny and mostly Luke. Though less fun than vol.1, Walker still instills humor with some goofy characters and funny dialogues.Luke and Danny tried very hard not to be engulfed in the CWII argument but it finally caught them.A bunch of bounty hunters are cracking down on former felons. The key word is "former", obviously. Not understantding what's held up against them the [...]

    7. I really like this series and while most writers flounder with tie ins to larger comic events Walker handles this titles connection to Civil War II expertly bringing out the best in his main characters while still mining the collection of gomers Luke Cage and Danny Rand have punched through the decades for golden plot lines. The Christmas themed annual that concludes this collection is a fun if forgettable conclusion to this collection.

    8. First of all, if you blink you'll miss the subtle-not-so-subtle reference to Eric Garner in issue #6. If I was impressed that Walker put that in there, I'm even more impressed that he also wrote in Iron Fist getting arrested for assaulting a police officer. This volume takes a turn for the serious and we see Rand's not-so-funny side come out. We saw how well Walker does comedy in the last volume and now we get to see him knuckle down and write drama just as well (without sacrificing the humor, s [...]

    9. Back in the dark ages of the 1980s there was this great comic about two guys who had nothing in common, but who still became best friends. Luke & Danny were, in my opinion, the best buddy-comic ever done. I had come into that original title as a big fan of Iron Fist and a more than occasional reader of Power Man, so the combination was a win-win for me. Imagine how I felt when the news of the return of the title was announced. So here's volume 2 and it's all tied up in the latest civil war m [...]

    10. I wanted to give Walker a round of applause when Luke and Danny noped on out of the Civil War 2 crap early in this book. And yet, like the mafia, just when we thought they were out, editorial (I assume) pulled them back in. Which is a shame, because up to that point, Walker was doing the street level version of Civil War 2's predictive justice while only barely referring to it as such. It fit the characters and the overall tone of the book much better than actually wedging them into the big even [...]

    11. One of Marvel's best series. Great writing. Even better art. Love every bit of it. Topped off with a great Christmas Annual that's terrific.

    12. Hugely entertaining and a pleasant surprise - my review of the previous volume of this expressed my disappointment not only with the fact that the writer seemed to have forgotten who Iron Fist was, but also with the wacky/funky art and slapsticky characterization. Some of that has remained, but the book has found its heart, and this was a refreshing joy to read. Loved the plots and subplots and how the book brought in the Universe-wide Civil War II plotline without being subsumed by it, and used [...]

    13. This book was a surprise. Buried under all the crap from Civil War II, this tie-in is one of the best ones.I will be checking the rest of the series shortly.

    14. I am continuing on with my goal to read every single Civil War II comic, and the “meh” books are thankfully taking over for the “ugh” books. Power Man and Iron Fist in Power Man and Iron Fist, Vol. 2: Civil War II have a decidedly “meh” book.An interesting decision was made to give give Luke Cage one artist and Danny another. I thought this was creative, and it works well to distinguish between the two parallel stories. Unfortunately, Luke’s artist is not to my taste, so I found my [...]

    15. Company wide crossovers don't help trade paperbacks.Mainly for the above reason this is't as good as volume 1. However Luke Cage's decisions and actions do make a lot of sense and if you are a fan of that character than it is worth a read. Danny Rand spends most of book in prison and is definitely second banana but is still treated respectfully.There are a lot of characters in this some like 'Cockroach' are fun but the 'crossover' characters, especially Captain Marvel are more villainous than th [...]

    16. I really want to like this series - the art is great and the writer is great, and the writer helpfully re-introduces all the old Luke Cage villains I would have no way of recognizing, but it's tough because this crosses with events going on in the general Marvel universe, without explaining the references. This boo is called "Civil War II" and you have to know going in that this is not the second volume of a Civil War series, but it is the second Civil War plotline to happen in the Marvel-616 un [...]

    17. Sadly, the fun momentum of Volume 1 is knocked off track by having to shoehorn Marvel's ill-advised sequel "Civil War II" - the then latest and "greatest" company wide event - into the plotlines. Artificial conflict is created by shoehorning characters into situations where they act and react widely out of character to move the story. However, this is still one of the more entertaining reads out of Marvel in quite some time. I've always thought Luke and Danny worked best together as mismatched b [...]

    18. Well, the art's either getting better, which I have a hard time believing because it's the same guy, or I'm getting used to it. Either way, I wasn't actively wincing every few panels which helped. I really liked the story this time around, it did a much better job of portraying the on the ground fallout from Civil War II than Ms. Marvel (the only other book I've read that crossed over). Luke continues to be the highlight, both in terms of the humor and genuine emotion this time around. I thought [...]

    19. Luke and Danny get hired by a bunch of ex-cons to deal with a vigilante group that is hunting down former criminals/super villains and throwing them back in jail. Danny ends up on the inside, and--surprise it is a Civil War II crossover volume--Captain Marvel shows up, as wrong as ever to intervene in something that hasn't yet happened. Danny and Luke function together beautifully, and the art and plot stay just this side of camp, allowing for plenty of humor without ever descending into self-mo [...]

    20. The second volume really finds it's footing. Civil War 2 might not be the most popular event, but it's used here perfectly to loot at the issues of profiling and discrimination in law enforcement and the legal/correctional system in general.I’m still not a huge fan of the art but the tone is improved here moving nicely to a darker, more complex book, with occasional laugh out loud moments of humor (fiddle-faddle will never get old.)To top it all off the Christmas special is a real treat!

    21. I don't particularly like the art. And the tie in to Civil War II is clearly a negative. And the book is kind of a lightweight. And I'm not sure I agree with the way this captures Luke Cage. But it's a fun enjoyable book. And one of the better Civil War II tie-ins. And even the Christmas story works. 3.5 of 5.

    22. This series keeps standing on its own apart from other marvel titles, and now with a CWII banner it has little to do with the event, apart from some instances The beginning with She-Hulk and the ending with Carol knowing what Luke Cage will be 'allegedly' up to. CWII essential: 1 out of 10 fiddle faddles.Series progression: 7 out of 10 fiddle faddles.

    23. Civil War 2 tie in Power Man and Iron Fist, at least the new series, didn't work well with CW2. Okay, it works well if you know Luke's backstory (really well). The problem is that the new series is built around humor. It wasn't a bad read, but it was tougher than the first TPB to read. Okay stuff, Maynard.

    24. Excellent and hilarious! And how can anyone think Carol Danvers is in the right, here? I mean, she causes the nonsense she's trying to stop just by showing up, man! Also, I don't think I mentioned this when I reviewed the first collection, but I am loving Luke's full beard in all its beardiness.

    25. 3 stars for the art, but 5 for the writing. I'm not fiddle-faddling around, this was a delight to read. The art is a notch below the first volume (which still wasn't my thing), but the writing in both volumes is pure gold. I'm definitely going to be following Walker to his other projects.

    26. Sometimes it takes until the second volume of a series for my opinion to solidify. Bad art, bad dialogue, annoying crossovero stars.

    27. It started out really well, but the end was not great. The Civil War tie-in is 4 issues. The final story is a Christmas themed issue, which I skipped.

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