|First appearance||The Immortal Iron Fist #8 (September, 2007)|
|Created by||Ed Brubaker|
|Member(s)||Bride of Nine Spiders|
Dog Brother #1
Prince of Orphans
Tiger's Beautiful Daughter
The Immortal Weapons are fictional characters appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. They are each a champion of one of the Seven Capital Cities of Heaven in the Marvel Comics Universe. The Immortal Weapons first appear in The Immortal Iron Fist #8 (September 2007) and as a group, were created by Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction and David Aja.
The characters were first introduced in The Immortal Iron Fist #8—and remained supporting characters in the series until its cancellation (#27). The group then starred in their own series, which began in July 2009—with the first issue focusing on Fat Cobra; written by Jason Aaron and Duane Swierczynski with art by Mico Suayan and Travel Foreman.
- Bride of Nine Spiders - A woman who controls spiders and can store them in her body.
- Dog Brother #1 -
- Fat Cobra -
- Prince of Orphans -
- Tiger's Beautiful Daughter -
A list of appearances made by the group, categorised alphabetically:
- Defenders (2012) — #6
- Iron Man 2.0 (2011) — #5—6
- Spider-Island: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu (2011) — #3
- The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) — #672
- The Immortal Iron Fist (2007) — #8—14, #16, #19—20, #22—23 + #25—26
- Immortal Weapons (2009) — #1—5 (Fat Cobra #1, Bride of Nine Spiders #2, Dog Brother #3, Tiger's Beautiful Daughter #4 and Prince of Orphans #5)
In other media
Bride of Nine Spiders appears in Iron Fist played by Jane Kim. This version is a Korean arachnologist whose real name is Alessa. As a nod to her name in the comics, her lab number is 'B-09 S'. She appears in the episode "Immortal Emerges from Cave" where she is invited by Madame Gao to take part in a Da Jue Zhan (Grand Duel) against Danny Rand. Alessa is the second opponent that he faces and is shown to be a master of seduction and poison. Alessa manages to strike Danny with several poison needles before he manages the strength to kick her down defeating her.
- Immortal Weapons at Marvel.com
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