Time to get your kung fu on…

Between George Wilson and Earl Norem, I’ve had painted covers on the brain. So when the Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings trailer hit this week, I was inspired to post these 13 COVERS, mostly from Marvel’s ’70s mag The Deadly Hands of Kung Fu.

A few other fave Shang-Chi covers have been thrown in for good measure, as well, so dig these:

Luis Dominguez

Earl Norem

Nick Cardy

Bob Larkin

Harold Shull





Neal Adams

Alex Ross

Paul Gulacy

Mike Zeck


— PAUL GULACY and SHANG-CHI to Get Much-Deserved Spotlight. Click here.

— Marvel’s SHANG-CHI and the JAMES BOND Connection. Click here.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. I was a little underwhelmed by the trailer. I am currently reading through the Epic Collections, and they have a unique flavor that seemed to be missing. Sherlock Holmes, James Bond, Bruce Lee, pulp mysteries, sci-fi craziness… not a lot of that made it into the trailer, hopefully more will make it into the movie.

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  2. My continuing interest in the MCU is slowly losing gas. This movie holds zero interest for me. My interest started to fade around Ironman 3.

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  3. The Moench/Gulacy run on MoKF is one of the best. Like the iterations of the character published since the initial series, I don’t think there’s any way the film can capture what made it stand out. I hope it does but, from the looks of the trailer, it’s Netflix-level Marvel actioner.

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