A professor has found a certain dagger that leads to some incredibly
rich uranium deposits. Unfortunately, two super villains, the scarfaced
Zagoff and the transvestite Fumancu are after the dagger - but before any
of them can get the location out of the Professor, he dies and with his
dieing breath passes the secret of the dagger on to his son Murat.
Soon enough, Murat teams up with police officer Enver and his assistant
Orhan to find the killers of his father - but before they can do anything
much, Murat and Enver are captured by Zagoff's henchmen and Enver is shot
dead. Zagoff's personal assistant Meral is then told to get rid of the
body, but what nobody knows is that Meral is actually Enver's girlfriend
undercover and Enver wore a bullet-proof vest when he was shot ...
A short time later a superhero, Iron Fist, turns up at Zagof's hideout
to free Murat, but before he can do anything much, Fumancu's henchmen
attack Zagoff's hideout and take Murat and Meral prisoner. And Fumancu
takes a great pleasure in torturing sweet Meral. Of course it isn't long
before Iron Fist turns up at Fumancu's doorstep and manages to free Murat
and Meral, and now Murat is finally able to unlock the secret of the
dagger ... but unfortunately, Zagoff has already been trailing him to the
mine where the dagger's at and wants to get the dagger for himself - but
ultiamtely, after a fight, he dies when the mine caves in.
Outside, Fumancu is already waiting, but Iron Fist - who has since
turned out to be Enver -, Murat, Orhan and Meral put an end to the
shenanigans of this villain as well, and once more the world is saved ...
Yes, of course this is a silly superhero film - but it's among the best
and most colourful (colourful in a metaphoric way, the film is strictly
black and white) Turkish superhero-flicks of its time, with all the right
elements in all the right places - like a villain with clawed gloves, a
villain that has a glove that can be used as a gun, a transvestite
villain, another villain with a hook, bikini-clad gun-toting babes
aplenty, and a masked superhero in a stupid outfit. Add to this action
aplenty, and you get an idea what kind of a film Demir Yumruk: Devler
Geliyor is. Sure, it's silly alright, but it's also highly enjoyable