- "Daniel Rand tried to attack me, and he'll try again. Anyone who has held the Fist will stop at nothing to get it back."
"You know my talents go beyond driving?"
"You are one man."
"Right. And those kids are disposable."
"Not if they rise to the occasion. It isn't only sentries I need. This city is large and there is a cancer in its flesh. I can't burn it out alone."
- ―Davos and Chen Wu
Danny Rand is taken to the hospital where he treated for his injuries and fitted with a high-tech leg brace to speed up the recovery of his broken leg.
Davos goes to Ryhno's Gang and offers them a place at his side. In exchange for food and lodging, he will train them to join him in his quest to rid New York City of criminals. Davos does not promise to be gentle, but he promises they will benefit from his tutelage.
Misty Knight meets Captain William Pike to offer her assistance in taking down Davos. However, she learns that while Pike doesn't like the killings, since they are directed at Triad members he is more than willing to drag his feet on the issue. When Misty tries to argue with him, Pike retorts that if she wants to go head to head with him, then she should take the offered promotion to Captain.
Misty informs Colleen Wing about Pike's reluctance to bring Davos in, and they talk about Frank Choi and his ledger that Colleen is trying to decipher. Danny arrives home, having discharged himself from the hospital. He is informed about the bowl needed for the ceremony and the lack of police support. Danny realizes that his situation is his own fault and feels responsible. Colleen convinces him to join her at Bayard Community Center to help spread the word about Davos.
Ward Meachum is drunk in a bar, and Bethany arrives to try and take him out. Ward points out that he is in NA, not AA. Bethany reminds him that he knows how addiction works. They argue and she leaves. Ward then tries to fight the bartender in his drunken state and is knocked down.
Davos' crusade continues, but this time he kills three drug-addicted lowlifes trying to score money for a fix.
Misty visits Mika Prada and learns about the bowl's heritage. She is shown other connected items from Ernst Erskine's collection and takes several pictures of a thangka that seems to describe the ceremony in detail. Joy goes to visit Walker, but finds Mary in her place. They talk about she tells Mary about Danny's predicament.
Misty takes the information back to Danny and Colleen. Danny looks at the pictures of the scroll and understands the ceremony, but notes that once started, the ceremony has to be completed or both participants will die. Understanding that he needs to get the bowl from Davos, Danny decides to begin training again. He wants Colleen to train him, but she refuses, having given up that part of her life and angry and that Danny has made a decision to turn their home back into a dojo without her agreement.
Bethany goes to an NA meeting to admit that she really wanted to use after her confrontation with Ward in the bar. She admits to the group that she is pregnant with Ward's child. Ward, standing outside the room, overhears everything.
Mary leaves a recorded message for Walker, understanding that Walker does her best to protect them even if Mary doesn't understand it. She talks about all the times Walker protected them, including the time in Sokovia.
After talking with Misty, Joy goes to Davos and seemingly joins him in her crusade, noting that she feels empty without the sense of purpose she felt going after Danny. Joy asks him about the bowl under the guise of fixing a broken friendship, and Davos says it is well hidden. Ryhno's gang arrives at his hideout, and accept him as their Shifu.
Danny tries to train, including using his broken leg to kick with. Eventually, Colleen agrees to train him. But there is a price. She has to maintain an emotional distance from him to train him effectively. Danny agrees, effectively ending their relationship and beginning a new one as master and pupil.
- Finn Jones as Danny Rand/Iron Fist
- Jessica Henwick as Colleen Wing
- Tom Pelphrey as Ward Meachum
- Jessica Stroup as Joy Meachum
- Sacha Dhawan as Davos
- Simone Missick as Misty Knight
- Alice Eve as Mary Walker
- Giullian Yao Gioiello as BB
- Natalie Smith as Bethany
- Fernando Chien as Chen Wu
- Julee Cerda as Mika Prada
- David Shih as Captain William Pike
- Jason Lai as Ryhno
- Sydney Mae Diaz as Hex
- Robert Mauzell as Carlos
- Steven Anderson as Nines Hat
- Taylor A. Purdee as Leather Coat
- Brandon James Ellis as Bartender
- Ta'Nika Gibson as Doctor
- New York City, New York
- Sokovia (flashback)
- K'un-Lun (mentioned)
- China (mentioned)
- New Jersey (mentioned)
- Tibet, China (mentioned)
- Mongolia (mentioned)
- Himalayas (mentioned)
- Green Bay, Wisconsin (mentioned)
- Arizona (mentioned)
- Attack on Chen Wu
- Attack on Davos (mentioned)
- Battle at Golden Tigers' Hideout (mentioned)
- Escape from Sokovian Prison (mentioned)
- Misty Knight's Prosthetic Arm
- Colleen Wing's Katana
- Tibetan Singing Bowl (mentioned)
- Oxycodone (mentioned)
To be added
- Rand Enterprises
- New York City Police Department
- Ryhno's Gang
- Golden Tigers
- Crane Sisters (mentioned)
- Hand (mentioned)
- Dragons (mentioned)
- Luke Cage
- Hai-Qing Yang
- Frank Choi
- Sofia Rios
- Ernst Erskine
- Donnie Chang
- Vishnu Purana
- "Morning of the Mindstorm" is the title of Marvel Premiere Vol 1 #25.
|Let It All Burn||Unbunny|
|Excelsior Lady||The Donkeys|
|Mary's Flashback||Robert Lydecker|
|Danny Trains||Robert Lydecker|