Iron Fist season 2: The good, the bad, and the heart of the dragon

Photo Credit: Marvel's Iron Fist/Netflix Image Acquired from Netflix Media Center
Photo Credit: Marvel's Iron Fist/Netflix Image Acquired from Netflix Media Center /
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Marvel’s Iron Fist, Linda Kallerus/Netflix via Media Center
Marvel’s Iron Fist, Linda Kallerus/Netflix via Media Center /

The Good

  • The action
  • Ward Meachum
  • The Daughters of the Dragon
  • Villains

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Wow, the action! From the opening scene, it’s obvious the fight sequences are cleaner, tighter, and so much more enjoyable. As sweet as Danny’s moves are, it’s Colleen and Misty who blew us away, though (just as they did in Luke Cage season 2). Colleen (Jessica Henwick) and Misty (Simone Missick) have great chemistry and look amazing together. Yes to the Daughters of the Dragon!

Ward Meachum (Tom Pelphrey) was one of the few great things about the first season of Iron Fist. In season 2, he’s back to making us laugh, cry, and we love the bromance he now shares with Danny!

Mary Walker (Alice Eve), Davos (Sacha Dhawan), and Joy (Jessica Stroup) are not the best villains, but they’re a great improvement to the bland Hand in season 1. As powerful as the Hand was, they’re pretty forgettable. We won’t be forgetting Mary Walker’s complicated dissociative identity disorder any time soon or how much we don’t like or care for Joy’s daddy issues.