gr2blackout's Tales of Suspense #46 - The Crimson Dynamo review

DYNAMO! DYNAMO! DYNAMO!

Dynamo's debut! Found this ish at a cool comic shop when I went on a trip to see my uncle. The shop had a lot of classic issues as well as a bunch of cool action figures, new comics, and more.

The Cover

Its kind of ridiculous.... I mean, what Stark is saying. "It is time for ANTHONY STARK to become IRON MAN once again!! I pray this will not be my final battle!" But, thats the old days. But Crimson Dynamo's suit of armor looks pretty cool.

The Story

Ivan Vanko, a genius Russian scientist, makes a suit of armor or something, and sets out to destroy Stark... its just another one of those old days plots that dont have that much thought put into e'm, but it was still good. Crimson Dynamo goes around destroying stuff and now wants to fight Iron Man for some reason. Iron Man faces Dynamo and traps him in a circle of.... trees. Yep. It sounds lamer then it actually is. But its still a classic issue and the debut of a classic character.I could tell you the rest of the story, but it just gets more ridiculous.

Overall

Its a classic issue, so I cant say it sucked. I enjoyed the issue, not just because its classic or the debut of C.D., but because its, well, enjoyable. I dont know how else to put it. I would recommend this to certain people.

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