What are some of the differences between bleeding edge iron man from the comics and the MCU movies?

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Can some Iron Man experts shed some light on this for me please? Especially his regenerative capacities and limitations when using the bleeding edge armor?

Thanks!

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@frecky-frack: The nanotech armors in the movies seem to be some amalgamation of Model Prime and Bleeding Edge if that helps. Comic Bleeding Edge is stored in the hollow of Tony's bones and he seemingly has limitless stamina with it.

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@frecky-frack: The nanotech armors in the movies seem to be some amalgamation of Model Prime and Bleeding Edge if that helps. Comic Bleeding Edge is stored in the hollow of Tony's bones and he seemingly has limitless stamina with it.

I wanted to know what the limitations were in both comparatively. Can Tony Stark extract the comic version of the bleeding edge armor from his body an unlimited number of times? Or does he have to insert more nanites manually after a specific number of extractions? Does he have to wait a specific amount of time, before he can continue extracting parts of his armor after it is damaged?

And how do those things differ in the MCU movies from the comics?

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@frecky-frack: Bleeding Edge has no such limitations seemingly but magic does slow it down and it's recovery isn't as fast because it's all done manually. Comic Bleeding Edge is also kind of like a mini Green Lantern since it can morph anything Stark thinks of. Model Prime is basically just like the MCU nanotech armor except more powerful with extra capabilities such as Hulkbuster mode.

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@frecky-frack: Bleeding Edge has no such limitations seemingly but magic does slow it down and it's recovery isn't as fast because it's all done manually. Comic Bleeding Edge is also kind of like a mini Green Lantern since it can morph anything Stark thinks of. Model Prime is basically just like the MCU nanotech armor except more powerful with extra capabilities such as Hulkbuster mode.

Thanks! But the only questions I still have is in the comics, does the bleeding edge armor extract from inside Tony's body an unlimited number of times irrespective of how many times it's destroyed or is there a limit? If there is a limit, can he manually insert replacement nanites an unlimited amount of times from a storage location through help?

And how long does it usually take for him to regenerate the armor?

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@frecky-frack: It can do that an unlimited amount of times and it only takes a thought for it to happen.

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