Iron Man

Iron Man


Graphic Novel - 2013
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"A new era for Tony Stark from the best-selling Uncanny X-Men creative team! Tony Stark is Iron Man - technological visionary, wealthy playboy, unparalleled engineer and armored Avenger. But now, the Iron Man armor's most powerful upgrade has become the world's greatest danger. The lethal techno-virus Extreme is out in the wild! Tony's hunt for the rogue Extremis Units takes him to New Camelot, where he clashes with the mech-knights called the Circle and dogfights the Russian Black Exoskeleton Academy, to Colombia, where he battles old foes Vibro, Firebrand, and the Living Laser, and to the ancient catacombs of Paris, where absolute horror awaits - and Tony may have to betray an old friend! Introducing Iron Man's stealth armor, heavy-duty battle-suit and space armor as Tony creates new suits to tackle new challenges! If he wants to save the world from his own deadly nano-virus, Iron Man must act fast - and Tony Stark must build faster!" -- P. [4] of cover.
Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., 2013
ISBN: 9780785168331
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm
Alternative Title: Believe


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Mar 03, 2015

Brilliant first volume: Gillen's Stark and Land's Iron Man make for a terrific combo. Old shellhead is in excellent hands post-Matt Fraction.

DC387 Dec 31, 2014

Storyline was so so but I expected more from the Artwork.

Sep 13, 2014

Gillen takes on the writing for Iron Man with this volume, having Tony Stark trying to deal with the presence of Extremis out in the world and the people who want it. While Gillen is as usual a good writer and handles the characters well, the book is hampered by the art. Greg Land has a well established reputation in the industry for derivative art, particularly in how he draws people. Facial expressions and body language suggest that the man spends far too much time watching certain items of adult entertainment. It gets tedious after awhile.

Oct 04, 2013

Meh. The art is great and seeing Greg Land tackle machinery (he is a wizard with faces and expressions), while impressive could not save this volume for me. I miss Matt Fraction.


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