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Appearing in "Iron Fist the Living Weapon Part 4: To Storm the Gates of Hell"Edit
- Harold Meachum (Only in flashback)
- Wendell Rand (Only in flashback)
- Firebird (Only in flashback)
- How Nai-Ho, the River of Hell
- K'u-Ch'u-Ch'iao, the Bridge of Pain
Synopsis for "Iron Fist the Living Weapon Part 4: To Storm the Gates of Hell"Edit
- Synopsis not yet written.
Appearing in "Who Is the White Tiger?"Edit
- airplane Hijackers
- Brow (Corpse)
- Jack of Hearts (First appearance)
- Barney Buskhin
- J. Jonah Jameson
- Robbie Robertson
- Betty Brant
- Prowler (Only in flashback)
- New York policemen
- James D'Angelo
- Capt. Kamenstein
- Manny Lopez (Only in flashback)
Synopsis for "Who Is the White Tiger?"Edit
Jack of Hearts is convinced the White Tiger is a killer and jumps him just as Hector is dealing with the realization that he and the White Tiger are one and the same.
- "To Storm the Gates of Hell" is Part IV of the Firebird storyline.
- "Who is the White Tiger?" takes place on February 10th, 1975.
- First full appearance of Jack of Hearts. He appeared in shadow in the previous issue and appears next in Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #23.
- No trivia.
- Betty Brant chronology page
- Black Dragon chronology page
- Bob Diamond chronology page
- Iron Fist image gallery
- Iron Fist chronology page
- Jack of Hearts chronology page
- J. Jonah Jameson chronology page
- Lin Sun chronology page
- Lotus image gallery
- Lotus chronology page
- White Tiger image gallery
- White Tiger chronology page
- Daughters of the Dragon #1-6
- Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #1-33
- Iron Fist (Volume 1) #1-15
- Iron Fist (Volume 2) #1-2
- Iron Fist (Volume 3) #1-3
- Iron Fist (Volume 4) #1-6
- Jack of Hearts #1-4
- Master of Kung Fu #17-125
- Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu #1-6
- White Tiger #1-6
Links and ReferencesEdit
- Deadly Hands of Kung Fu article at Wikipedia
- Deadly Hands of Kung Fu series index at the Grand Comics Database
- Shang-Chi at Wikipedia
- Shang-Chi at the Marvel Directory
- Sons of the Tiger article at Wikipedia
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