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Of all the initial Marvel superheroes, the one that I always found to be most believable (and still do), is Iron Man. The weird radiation side effects of the Hulk, Spider-Man, and the Fantastic Four just seemed to implausible, and Thor and Dr. Strange were pretty much just magic based characters. While he might not have been the most relate-able character, given that he was a handsome millionaire inventor, he was, as initially conceive, to my mind at least, the most plausible. A military scienti...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
By The Angry Comic Book Critic Where would those Silver Age Classics be without Iron Man? I mean without him we'd be one avenger short and the Civil War wouldn't have had it's antagonist and Robert Downey Jr. wouldn't have become a super star. Now Iron as we all know is not your typical hero for one most would consider him to be an ass if it wasn't for himself getting hurt by wear he'd still be an arms dealing, Man Whore with a drinking problem.....Oh right never mind. Well let dive in...4 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Out with the old, in with the new. March 1963 saw the end of the premature Incredible Hulk series, and in turn envisioned a brand new character by the name ofIron Man. Of course by now in 2011, everyone and their grandmother know whoIron Man is, but as far as origin stories go, this one was a pretty solid beginning for Stark. There are some rough patches here and there (the usual Lieber and Lee shtick of the hero overcoming odds with cunning rather than pure brawn works at odds with a guy seemin...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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