Iron Fist is punchier, kickier, angrier in season 2 trailer

Netflix presents Marvel's Iron Fist at New York Comic Con 2016

Netflix presents Marvel's Iron Fist at New York Comic Con 2016

After a generally uninspiring first trailer for the season, this new look gives us a better idea of Danny Rand's (Finn Jones) headspace.

When the jealous Davos returns to New York City and discovers that his home of K'un-Lun has completely disappeared, he makes it clear that he doesn't just want to overpower Danny, he also wants to exact punishment while he avenges his lost city. The new poster shows off the sleek new logo that Iron Fist is using for its second season, boldly displays the classic Iron Fist symbol and reminds viewers of the Sep.

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Season 2 also stars Jessica Stroup as Joy Meachum and Tom Pelphrey as Ward Meachum, and adds Alice Eve as Typhoid Mary, along with new showrunner Raven Metzner (Sleepy Hollow). Especially with all the glowing fists and power moves, there's a total Street Fighter vibe at work here.

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The odds are definitely stacked against Davos since Rand has two badasses in his corner: Colleen Wing (Jessica Henwick) and Luke Cage's Misty Knight (Simone Missick). At least until it's bloodied up, because K'un-Lun doesn't mess around.

Danny Rand (Finn Jones), alongside his partner Colleen Wing (Jessica Henwick), is trying to keep the peace among the many warring gangs of NY.

You'd be forgiven for losing track of Marvel's various Defenders series and characters on Netflix over the past few years-particularly if you let its weakest standalone series, Iron Fist, fall through your viewing queue.

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