Daniel "Danny" Rand
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- "Focusing my chi. Maybe if you were open to focusing your own energy, you wouldn't be so angry all the time"
- ―Iron Fist[src]
To Steal An Ant Man
Iron Fist and Luke Cage were hired by Hank Pym to track down the thief who stole his Ant Man suit and equipment, which they agreed to do so long they were paid well.
The two Heroes for Hire immediately engaged the thiefand were soundly defeated in less than a minute. Cage told Fist to never tell anyone about this, to which he agreed.
After discovering that the thief, Scott Lang, was using the suit to get money to save his daughter, held hostage by Crossfire, they followed Scott and engaged Crossfire and his henchmen, defeating them.
Iron Fist was seen in the episode "Yellowjacket", honoring Hank Pym, who was thought to be dead.
When the Avengers were taken out of time by Kang, Iron Fist was one of the heroes chosen for the new team. He constantly argued with Luke that what was happening was more important than money. He, Luke, Wolverine, Thing and War Machine acted as a distraction while Spider-Man sabotaged the time drive to return the Avengers to the present.
He wears a similar costume to the one he wears in the comics, only a little more trimmed.
He's a calm and wise person who sometimes has little sense of humor and gives advice to anyone who had problems. Despite being in a group called Heroes for Hire, if the situation calls for it he will do the right thing and forgo payment afterwards.
Luke Cage is Iron Fist's partner and friend, the other original member of Heroes for Hire. Fist sometimes jokes about Cage's hero name being Power Man, which annoys him.
Powers and AbilitiesIron Fist has the ability to focus his chi, and gain enhanced vision and hearing. He can also channel his chi into an iron-powered fist.
Background in other media
- Loren Lester, who voices Iron Fist, had previously done so in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
- Loren Lester also portrayed Dick Grayson/Robin in Batman: The Animated Series and Dick Grayson/Nightwing in The New Batman Adventures.
- This is Iron Fist's third animated appearance: the first two are The Super Hero Squad Show and Ultimate Spider-Man.