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In an alternate-universe 1930’s metropolis, MICHAEL IRON is a loyal member of the powerful SYNDICATE, a vicious crime organization led by the boisterous BIG DADDY. He is a soldier in the three-way battle for power between THE SYNDICATE, THE GOVERNMENT, and the ominous religious group known only as THE ORDER. Iron has done right by Big Daddy, shedding much blood for his crew, but a double-crossing gangster, a technological genius, and a beautiful angel, have other plans for him. Lucky for Iron, he’s pumped full of “the rOid” and the strongest man on the planet! But will his strength be enough to escape the pain and death of THE CITY?!?

Showcasing character designs by Joe (Ultimates 3, Battle Chasers) Madureira and Jeff (The Batman animated series, TMNT) Matsuda, and featuring stunning artwork by Francis Manapul and Joel Gomez, with colors by Danimation, plus upcoming covers by artistic greats such as Chris Bachalo, Michael Turner, Jeff Matsuda, Jim Lee and many more, this is THE summer event of 2007!



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It is no secret that the art of Jason Rubin's comic, "Iron and the Maiden" is beautifully done but on closer inspection the art itself has a whimsical feel to it. By the shpe of the characters' eyes alone you can see a sort of Disney-esque approach which if you've read Iron and the Maiden you would realize is unbecoming of for the sort of violence that goes on here. I would recommend that they find the artists who worked with Alan Moore or Frank Miller on their dark comics. When I first saw the ...

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If you are not reading Iron and the Maiden, you should be. So far this series has more than met the hype. The artwork is spectacular and the storyline is compelling.Rubin has a fresh angle on the classic Mob tale of greed, vice and sex. He adds a level of complexity with a corrupt religious organization and City Hall.The setting and storyline allows for a great range of artistic creativity - they have wonderful melded a futuristic look while maintaining a feel of American cities in the 1930's.Th...

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