IRON FIST Season 2 Stills Feature Typhoid Mary, The Daughters Of The Dragon, And More

The first official images from Iron Fist season two have been released and they put the spotlight on new and returning characters, including the Daughters of the Dragon, Davos, and Typhoid Mary...

At Comic-Con on Friday, Marvel released the first teaser trailer for Iron Fist season two and confirmed that the show will return to Netflix this September. Based on what little we know so far, it definitely sounds like it's going to be an improvement over those first thirteen episodes and Marvel needs this season to be a success or there's no way Netflix will considering bringing Danny Rand back again.

Regardless, things are definitely looking good so far and now the first official images from the show have been released. As you can see below, these put the spotlight on a number of new and returning characters, including Alice Eve's villainous Typhoid Mary (who doesn't really resemble her comic book counterpart here, unfortunately). So, to take a look at these, simply click on the "View List" button. 

Here, we see Danny Rand sneaking around what appears to be a storage facility of some sort. We know he's going to step up and take Daredevil's place, so perhaps this is how the hero will do that!

Davos returns in season two and he can be seen here looking at a very mysterious box alongside Julee Cerda's Mika Prada and Jessica Stroup's Joy Meachum. Is she plotting against Danny here?

Alice Eve plays Typhoid Mary in season two of Iron Fist and she's clearly not a fan of Davos. The question is, are they reluctant allies or united in their efforts to take down the Immortal Iron Fist?

Danny finally has a costume! Well, sort of. The hero has donned a mask of sorts here to protect his identity (not that he was particularly careful with it during season one) before heading into action.

Danny and Colleen Wing are together again but they don't look happy. Both of these characters briefly appeared in Luke Cage season two but their relationship wasn't furthered in any way there.

The Daughters of the Dragon are together again and after their brief team-up, here's hoping they finally decide to work together just like their comic book counterparts do on a permanenet basis. 

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