The Invincible Iron Man

The Invincible Iron Man

The Search for Tony Stark

Book - 2018
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The search for Tony Stark begins! The former Iron Man has vanished. and, as the mystery of his whereabouts deepens, and some very surprising people from Tony Stark's present, past and future come together to help in the hunt, the time comes to decide - once and for all - who will wield the armour of Iron Man! All the contenders are in position, and now the contest begins...for there can only be one Golden Avenger! But will it be Riri Williams, Tony Stark... or Victor Von Doom?! And what happens when Riri and Victor realize that they must join forces to solve the mystery of Tony's fate? The path to the most startling Iron Man story ever begins here! Collecting: Invincible Iron Man 593-600
Audience: T+.
Publisher: New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., [2018]
Copyright Date: ©2018
ISBN: 9781302910426
1302910426
Branch Call Number: YA Bendi
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : colour illustrations
Alternative Title: Search for Tony Stark

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Waluconis
Sep 24, 2019

The concludes the multi-volume saga of Tony Stark's self-chosen disappearance and Doctor Doom's costume switch to Iron Man. Bendis turns the Marvel Universe upside down again. The characters involved in the complex tale include Tony Stark's mother who was a rock star of great magnitude; a knockout AI administrative assistant in charge of everything Stark; a young black woman, Ironheart, who is Stark's choice as a kind of successor; Spider-man's first girlfriend, MJ Watson, now an executive leader, and a huge gang of super-villains led by the two-gun Scarlet Hood, out to destroy Doctor Doom. Bendis was a master of keeping the Byzantine Marvel Universe moving in an exciting, unpredictable story. I wonder if he will ever be so completely turned loose at DC Comics. This did have some noticeable loose threads concerning Doctor Doom, apprently not to be picked up by Brian Bendis, who has his exclusive contract with Marvel's rival.

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Keogh
Apr 03, 2019

Brian Bendis' reign of terror finally comes to an end, and not a moment too soon, with this volume that brings back the formerly comatose Tony Stark, deals with the two figures who filled in the gap while he was gone, and continues to provide more evidence why he's the worst writer in the industry. He loves to hear himself talk so much that every single character sounds just like him, as opposed to themselves, and that is painfully on display here. His use of The Hood, a z-list character he tries to pass off as a Big Bad sort of villain, is particularly obnoxious.

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