Tales of the Iron Fist: Bei Bang-Wen
in IMMORTAL IRON FIST #15:
No interest in the tale or the art. Tempted to leave it at that... Wanted to be culturally transported to an exciting adventure. The Shou-Lao mark on his head must've been an interesting never told way to defeat the dragon. Mildly curious if the English/Chinese treaty of 1858 and the Second Opium War were real. Also Brahman and the Worldsoul power/philosophy. Interesting precedent set if a villain ever blocks Danny Rand's access to his power by psychological barriers. Decent cover too. But other than that see top of page...
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