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4.38 stars 4.38/5 Stars Average score of 4 user reviews
For a genius like Tony Stark, the world's problems don't come in threes but in the millions. With over a million missiles controlled by app users on their phones locked in on repulsor signature, a monolith monster like Detroit Steel, and a world market changing automobile to protect...Tony has his work cut out for him. Writers have always tried to move Tony Stark past his role as an Industrialist. The Stark Solutions arc by Scott Lobdell was an attempt to turn Tony's assets into a think tank...4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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This is the first issue of the story arc which really lives up to its potential, but unfortunately for the concept behind the story arc, it is because most of the scheming and double crossing going on behind the scenes is foregone here in place of pretty much wall-to-wall action. The action is a lot of fun though as the three armoured heroes try to figure out just what is going on with the surprise attack on the Stark Resilient demo. The problem solving aspect is pretty fun here especially as ...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
This is one of the few comics of the stark resilient stroyline that i thought was good. I feel as if fraction set this fight up a couple comics back so it shows you that he's planning head which gives me hope for the future storylines. I thought it was very well paced and the set up was very good. One problem i have though is that I feel like detroit steel's character is extremely under developed. I thought the drones being controlled by unsuspected mobile gamers was very witty and cool. I also ...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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