Xu Shang-Chi, simply known as Shang-Chi (Simplified Chinese: 尚气; Traditional Chinese: 尚氣), is a superhero from Marvel Comics. He debuts in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the eponymous protagonist of the film, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. He is portrayed by Simu Liu.
Shang-Chi was created by Steve Englehart and Jim Starlin.
Shang-Chi was at some point between June 1999 and September 1999. He was raised by his father Xu Wenwu and mother Ying Li in the Ten Rings Headquarters in the mountains of China. He was many trained in the arts of kung fu for years since he was a child.
- Aside from the mobile games Marvel: Future Fight, Marvel Duels, Marvel Contest of Champions and Marvel Strike Force, this will be Shang-Chi's first adaptation outside the comics.
- In the comics, Shang-Chi's father was Fu Manchu. This was changed due to both the racist connotations of the character, and the fact that the license to adapt the character and related characters eventually expired.
- It's unknown if Shang-Chi was "blipped".