- "I'm a superhero, Orson. I have to get from Point A to Point B fast and I can't fly. So I have real estate."
- -- Daniel Rand
Appearing in "The Last Iron Fist Story, Part 5"Edit
Synopsis for "The Last Iron Fist Story, Part 5"Edit
Orson Randall and Danny Rand are fighting Hydra forces in the Five Point Station. In a train that is stopped there, Orson rushes to the engineer's block and there is a glowing book with Chinese characters on it wedged against a group of levers. Orson grabs it and the Iron Fists escape the forces of Hydra by crashing the train. Once topside on the city streets, Orson hands Danny the book and tells him that it is The History of the Iron Fist written on parchment made from the scales of Shou-Lao, which is why it glows. Orson explains that he killed another immortal weapon who had belonged to the Crane Mother and the city of K'un-Zi. There are seven immortal weapons and one day Danny will be asked to fight them, even as Orson did against his wishes.
Danny tells Orson that through Rand Corp. he owns more buildings in Manhattan than anyone else in the world. He explains that they are all connected and the idea to do this came from a book about the underground railroad that Danny read as a child. Danny and Orson use this network of buildings to read Rand Corp. headquarters where they find Davos and Hydra waiting for them.
Jeryn admits that he made a mistake by contacting Wai-Go Industries, but he insists that it was coercion because they have is mother. He relates that they sent one of his mother's fingers to him because they wanted to force him to resurrect the deal that Danny had terminated. Jeryn tells all of this to Luke Cage, Colleen Wing, and Misty Knight (of Heroes for Hire) and they agree to help Jeryn.
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