Iron Man #4

    Iron Man » Iron Man #4 - Believe, 4 of 5: Fear of the Void released by Marvel on February 2013.

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    Believe, 4 of 5: Fear of the Void last edited by deactivated-6025c60aa67c8 on 05/14/20 09:40PM View full history

    The new Iron Man heavy-duty battle-suit debuts. The least subtle Iron Man armor of all time!

    Tony's hunt for Extremis takes him to the ancient Catacombs of Paris where absolute horror awaits!

    Things man was not meant to know Vs. the man who wants to know everything.

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverGreg Land1
    2nd2nd PrintGreg Land2
    VarDesign VariantCarlo Pagulayan3
    VarVariant CoverMike Deodato, Jr. (p & i) & Rainer Petter (c)4


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    Lovecraft 0

    This has probably been the most inconsistent start to any of the Marvel NOW! series, as it's had one good issue, one two decent issues, and one terrible issue. I don't mind whether a series is good or bad, although I do prefer it if they were good, but I'd rather they were one or the other as if they were totally bad I'd drop them easily.PlotThis issue sees Iron Man travel to Paris to locate another stolen version of the Extremis armour. Here he finds a strange sect of people who he compares to ...

    9 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    Believe What Exactly? 0

    This has finally put a nail into my coffin for the new volume of Iron Man. I didn't like Fraction/Larroca's run and was hoping for a good one with Gillen. But after three mediocre issues this one is just horrible.The story is incredibly stupid and silly. The whole arc is not very thought out because hunting Extremis (which is abstract enough) in another location against different people is not an arc in the first place. It feels more and more like Tony randomly fighting bad guys for a reason tha...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Iron Man #3 Review 0

    ***SPOILER FREE REVIEW***The most frequently heard complaint with Marvel's double shipping is that it puts a strain on people's budgets as the reader has to buy two comics a month. However, this issue of Iron Man shows frequent double shipping can also be a disservice to the comic overall. I felt like this was the weakest issue yet of this volume of Iron Man.Gillen still has a good grasp of Tony's dialogue, but some of the other dialogue was off, especially Pepper Potts, who sounds more like a n...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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