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In 1938 New York City, when the country is at the brink of war, Tony Stark has discovered something that could turn the tide…and save his life. The plot thickens as Tony and his crew take to the high seas in search of the Lost City of Atlantis, with the Nazis hot on their heels. Scott Snyder and Manuel Garcia reimagine classic Marvel characters as they’ve never been seen before, in the second issue of a pulp thrill ride you won’t want to miss!

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Tony Stark and the Fate of Atlantis 0

Tony Stark and his crew have set off on their new quest: find Atlantis and a legendary power source.   The goal is to use the super-conductive metal to power the Iron Man suit, which is revealed to be Howard Stark’s dream to end war.   Yet another issue passes where there is actually no use of the Iron Man suit, and I wonder how they plan to use it in the future. We get introduced to Captain Namor, the most famous and successful ship captain who Tony has hired to bring him to Atlantis.   He has ...

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Indiana Stark Rides Again 0

This second issue continues the fine vintage adventure feel that the mini has had so far. One can't help but hear the Indiana Jones theme crescendo every time Tony Stark steps into a panel. The build-up for Tony to don the armor is nicely done, but I feel very mild trepidation at it appearing so late in what is I believe a 4 part mini. Like I said before though, the build-up is done well so I don't mind the wait. I'm still unsure how I feel about the characterization of Namor. It was odd seeing ...

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