In fact, it has received its fair share of negative reviews. For example, check these out:
- "6 Problems That Make Iron Fist So Frustrating"
- "Marvel's Iron Fist Is Desperately Seeking a Hero"
- "Iron Fist Is a Terrible Show - And It's Not Donald Trump's Fault"
I'm here to tell you that it's a decent show.
There is some just (but minor) criticism in those reviews, but I enjoyed the series.
One issue out there is that there was a campaign to make the main character Asian-American. I don't get that.
Danny Rand has always been a rich white dude. Sweet Christmas.
In comparison to the comic books, the TV Danny Rand is a bit of a darker character. Thinking back to the old Power Man and Iron Fist comics and even comparing the TV series to the current run of Power Man and Iron Fist by Walker, the comic book versions of Danny Rand are sometimes more light-hearted.
And to think more positively, the Iron Fist series moves us toward the new series, The Defenders.
And here are possible explanations to the end of season 1.