Power Man & Iron Fist #81-82
Issue(s): Power Man & Iron Fist #81, Power Man & Iron Fist #82
They run into Boris and Ninotchka, currently working with Halwan as part of an overture with the Soviets, as well.
In the end Jeryn negotiates a peace treaty between Halwan and its neighbors the Murtakesh, who have been funding the rebellion.
It's meant to be a happy ending, i guess, but since the Halwan government was shown to be corrupt and abusive...
...it's a bit odd that seeing the resistance fail is considered a victory.
As for Abe Brown, it turns out that he was indeed guilty of the actions that Halwan accused him of. After the Sons of the Tiger broke up, he traveled to Halwan and became the leader of the resistance known as the Black Tiger. When his skull was grazed by a bullet in a battle, he lost his memory. His former lover Brillalae took up the mantle of the Black Tiger after he left.
The quality of this book seems to have decreased a bit. The dialogue's always been a bit stiff but these issues are a little worse, and the overall plot is a bit confused as well. The art isn't exactly great either (but not terrible).
Issue #82 looks a bit better than #81, so the art problems may be due to the inker.
Quality Rating: C-
Chronological Placement Considerations: N/A
Continuity Implant? N
Reprinted In: N/A
Inbound References (1): show
Abe Brown, Azir, Boris (Spy), Brillale, Iron Fist, Jennie Royce, Jeryn Hogarth, Luke Cage, Ninotchka
bad artwork and Jo duffy running out of ideas. she was great up to #75 but after...
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