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Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu One-Shot #1

Shang-Chi: Master of Kung Fu One-Shot #1
CBR | Sep 30, 2009 | 50 Pages | 30.4 MB
Shang-Chi is a Marvel Comics character, often called the "Master of Kung Fu". He was created by writer Steve Englehart and artist Jim Starlin when Marvel Comics acquired the comic book rights to Sax Rohmer's pulp novel villain Dr. Fu Manchu while they also held the rights to the Kung Fu television program. He has no special superpowers, but he exhibits extraordinary skills in the martial arts and is a master of Wushu. Some editors are indeed fond of the black-and-white glory days of Marvel so they came up with this b & w one-shot special, with the title character sharing the cover with Deadpool. That alone will give you an idea. IGN Comics reviewer Jesse Schedeen gave this one a great 8.7 rating. Btw the title of this post is the title as it appears in the credits of the comic book itself.

It’s DEADPOOL versus SHANG-CHI, the peerless Master of Kung-Fu, in a KUNG-FU MOTORCYCLE RACE! You won’t believe your eyes when you read this all-new, all-action, all-black-and-white one shot in the spirit of the Mighty Marvel Magazines of yore, but ALL-NOW in style! The kung-fu fighting never lets up for a moment over these four stories by some of Marvel’s hottest writers, including a prose tale by DARK TOWER’s Robin Furth! If you like your comics bold—this is for you!
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