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4.08 stars 4.08/5 Stars Average score of 6 user reviews

Great start! (part 2) 0

This post was not intended and I can't seem to delete it. So to add to what I have written below... The villain of the piece, Ezekiel Stane, grabs the reader's attention. He has all the qualities of a psychopath but does not come across as 2-dimensional. He has quirky humour, a sharp intelligence, insecurities, and egomania. He also demonstrates a real sense of menace. Human life is beneath him. You get a sense that there is no atrocity he would not commit in order to achieve his goals. And that...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Invcincible Iron Man 1 0

I'm not an Iron Man fan. Or rather, I wasn't. With the whol billionaire playboy thing going on, there wasn't a lot of room for empathy. However, over the last few years, and especially since Civil War, suddenly Iron Man seemed to have a real purpose and drive. And, in the process, became interesting (to me, anyway).Off the back of his run on the under-rated The Order, Matt Fraction's writing is top notch, delivering a story about Tony Stark's fear of the Iron Man suit being devalued through ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Get story for my taste. 0

Review:    I'm a casual fan of Iron Man, just like War Machine, Thor, and Captain America, so I'm not much into Iron Man as most Harecore fans do. But this issue gave me a chance to see tony in a different view, esspecially his top 5 fears, since half the time I thought of him as a Drukin' Mr. Hot-Shot. He is human afterall. The Art was realisticly incredicle the writing was top-notch, and the action scens was great. Even if your not a fan of Iorn Man, I recommend this to anyone that is interset...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Eye Candy 0

Iron Man and his five worst nightmares...and the last one turns to be real. The issue mainly deals with Tony´s fears and a terrorist who uses his technology to kill people. Driven by the need to slaughter as many people as possible.  I don´t really care about Iron Man but I really liked the art. Larroca surely can draw. The story was average, not overly great but it didn´t feel boring or so. The few action we see lives from the art and so if you don´t like the story at all you will at least be p...

9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Armageddon Days 0

I was thrown into a dark mood immediately in this issue.  The terrorist event at the very beginning is a scary thought to say the least.  Destroying life like that.  Maybe it was just too real for me.  My son didn't like it either.  It's was just a little frightening for us. Tony is now trying to find out how this could have happened.  It appears that some of Stark technology is behind it.   We also have Mr. Ezekiel Stane showing off some technology that is very similar to what Tony can do with ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Iron Man Rebuilt 0

Matt Fraction has become a household name among comic readers - for better or for worse, I don't think I ever read a Fraction book before he began his run on The Invincible Iron Man.   Released in 2008 it was a cheap ploy to reinvigorate the brand in concert with the release of the Iron Man motion picture. Stark was drawn to look more like Robert Downey, Jr., and the story tooled to read like a movie, complete with movie-like effects printing of explosions and glowing blue power sources.  And g...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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