Invincible Iron Man
The secrets of post-Secret Wars Marvel Comics are slowly unfolding, including the location of a major-league villain. How will Iron Man deal with the return of one of the worst of the worst? Your Major Spoilers review of Invincible Iron Man #2 awaits!
Marvel sent Major Spoilers an all-new all-different sneak peek of the upcoming Invincible Iron Man #1.
All-New, All-Different Marvel kicks off in full force this fall, and Marvel is making sure all comic book stores worldwide are armed and ready for the new flagship Marvel title as INVINCIBLE IRON MAN #1 explodes into comic shops on October 7th!
Or – “This Is The End, Beautiful Friends…” Matt Fraction’s Iron Man has been my favorite take on the character since Mark Bright and David Michelinie completed the original Armor Wars back in the day. (It was literally Young Zack’s lifetime ago…) Now that Fraction and Larocca are leaving, there is the promise of yet another new Iron Man #1 on the horizon, but nobody promised that Tony Stark would actually survive to be the one in the armor, did they? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “A Conspiracy Of Nefarious Intentions…” Justine Hammer, Ezekiel Stane and The Mandarin are working together to take down the one man they all hate above others: Anthony Stark. With War Machine fallen in the line of duty and the Iron Man armor expelled from Tony’s body, can anyone stop this alliance of evil? How about the all-new, all-different Iron Man? That do anything for ya?
Or – “A Smackdown Of A Cerebral Nature…” There are a lot of geniuses in the Marvel Universe, from Abner Jenkins all the way up to Reed Richards, and there’s one thing they all have in common: They all invent forcefields, regardless of their field of study. They’re all social idiots. They’re too stupid to see the big picture. They all tend to have a bit of an ego about their big brains. So, what to do when Tony Stark gets a challenge from one of the oldest smart guys around?
Or – “This All Sounds Familiar…” When I was younger, the tradition of the comics Annual was different from today’s Annual in two ways: First, it was actually an annual event, and second, the stories were generally not all that special. Some of them, in fact, were little more than filler issues that covered territory that even young readers like me were pretty damned familiar with. Why in the world would that thought occur to me while reviewing this title?