dagmar_merrill's Tales of Suspense #40 - Iron Man Versus Gargantus! review

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Warning: SPOILERS.

So.. umm.. what? Two things of note happen here Iron Man becomes gold because he is scaring all of the people he is trying to save and he saves a town from a robot.. from some aliens. Yeah it's silly. Not in a good way either I mean I get that it is supposed old now so I can't be too harsh. Yet the last issue was much better and not nearly as silly. Anyway, Tony has a date at the circus and the tigers get loose. His first instinct is that he needs to save everyone as Iron Man. Cool so far, but I mean tigers? Really? That's the big threat here? After he saves them all he meets back up with his date and she tells him how scary Iron Man is and that he should be gold. So Tony listens, next some stuff happened with a hypnotic neanderthal robot thing that was simply forgettable. The art was fine and the writing is good for what it is. I just expected more after the last issue. 2/5.

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