With Iron Fist no longer part of Netflix's Marvel slate, we look at 10 characters we hope get their own show and 10 we never want to see.
The Netflix shows have given us some of the most memorable supporting characters in the MCU, but who is the most important one?
It can be tricky finding the right actors, as fans are desperate to see the perfect on-screen adaptation of their favorite hero or villain.
There's an underwhelming lack of actually superhero costumes in the Netflix corner of the MCU, which is we love these alternate designs for the Marvel heroes.
The new Iron Fist story sets a grim new fate for Danny Rand, one unlike other problems he's faced in life.
The Immortal Iron Fist packs much more of a punch in Season 2... but is it a knock-out?
Marvel continues to dominate every form of media possible but with so many projects in the pipeline, can all of them really be gems?
10 MCU Supporting Characters Who Deserve More Screen Time (Plus 9 Who Don't And 1 We Hope Was Snapped Away)
Sometimes the supporting cast in the MCU are more compelling than the leads, but some characters we truly hope we never see again!
In their latest spotlight on short-lived plot points, CSBG looks at when the wolf who killed Iron Fist's mother transformed into a supervillain!
Netflix has become a mixed bag when it comes to its MCU shows, and one reason is because some casting choices just don't make sense.
The Netflix corner of the MCU is home to some of its grittiest characters, but what would they look like in full-on superhero gear?
Before his anticipated second season starts, find out why Iron Fist is actually one of the MCU's most powerful heroes!
CBR explores 15 characters who are still a threat (or could save) Marvel's Netflix universe!
During the Next Big Thing panel at SDCC, Marvel announced Luke Cage, Iron Fist & the Daughters of the Dragon will receive digital-first series.
The second season of Luke Cage has hit Netflix, so we decided to dissect everything we liked and didn't like about it!
Deadpool: Assassin #1 introduces an entire clan of Iron Fist-mask wearing fighters, all armed with a glowing iron fist to attack their enemies.
Thanks to being drafted into Doctor Strange's war with Mephisto, Danny Rand finds himself face-to-face with someone he never expected to see again.
Iron Fist #78 plunges Danny Rand into the Damnation event, and brings back the last character we expected to return.