Ex-Runaway Crosses Luke Cage & Iron Fist's Path as Harlem Burns

During the Marvel Now: Divided We Stand panel at New York Comic Con, Marvel Comics gave attendees information regarding the next arc of "Power Man and Iron Fist" -- a story titled "Harlem Burns." The next story from writer David Walker and artist Sanford Greene will kick off in November's "Power Man and Iron Fist" #10.

"Power Man and Iron Fist" #10 cover by Sanford Greene

Harlem, wracked by a new surge of gang warfare, will welcome a new threat to its streets: Alex Wilder. The former Runaway possesses a dangerous intellect, one that may be more than a match for Power Man and Iron Fist. And, following in his parents' footsteps, he'll be leading an all-new version of the Pride -- the super villain team that posed a major threat back in the original "Runaways" ongoing.

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"Power Man and Iron Fist" #10 interior art by Sanford Greene

Created by Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona, Alex Wilder debuted along with the rest of the teen team back in 2003's "Runaways" #1. Wilder served as the de facto leader of the team after they broke off from their super villain parents. But as the Runaways learned over the course of their first ongoing, Alex didn't really cut his ties; instead, his loyalty to the Pride ended up costing him his life He stayed dead for a while, only coming back recently in the pages of "Avengers Undercover" in 2014.

"Power Man and Iron Fist" #11 cover by Sanford Greene

The "Harlem Burns" storyarc of "Power Man and Iron Fist" by David Walker and Sanford Greene starts in November with issue #10.

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