The Avengers sometimes need to get up close and personal, that's when they call on Shang-Chi, the Master of Kung Fu, and his deadly hands.
The Deadly Hands of Kung Fu are heading to the MCU, so we're exploring some Shang-Chi trivia before he hits the big screen.
In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, find out whether Marvel already had the license for Fu Manchu BEFORE Shang-Chi was created!
Shang-Chi is the Master of Kung Fu, but how well do you know him? He's about to get his own film so we dug into his history to uncover these 20 facts!
With Marvel Studios reportedly developing a Shang-Chi feature film, here's a brief history of the company's original Master of Kung Fu.
According to a new report, Shang-Chi will be the next Marvel hero to get a film franchise of his very own.
You have questions, CSBG has answers! Why can't Marvel use Fu Manchu in their comics if the character's novels are now in the public domain?
Marvel introduced Shang-Chi as the son of Fu Manchu when they held the rights to the mysterious villain. How have they dealt with the character since?
An ex-Marvel Studios exec opens up about the early days of the company, and where the IP could have gone.
Following Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist, these street-level Marvel heroes are perfect for Netflix's post-"Defenders" world.
Unnamed sources have indicated that Marvel is looking to add the martial arts master to the cast.
CBR has the first look at Terry and Rachel Dodson's cover for the first Marvel Comics omnibus collection of Shang-Chi's adventures.
Deathlok was only the beginning for "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD," and CBR speculates which other characters will join the cast in Season 2.
Mike Benson discusses Shang-Chi, Marvel's Master of Kung Fu, stepping back into the shadowy world of espionage and intrigue in "Deadly Hands of Kung Fu."
Mike Benson and Tan Eng Huat are set for "Deadly Hands of Kung Fu," a four-issue Marvel miniseries focused on Shang-Chi, master of Kung Fu.