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New mission! New armor! New Iron Man! Lt. Col. James Rhodes is War Machine…the single most advanced one-man weapon of conventional combat. But wars aren’t fought the way they used to be – and when Rhodey has to face a mysterious enemy he can’t shoot, can’t bomb, can’t even see, he’s going to be forced to evolve…or die. Find out why War Machine becomes Iron Man 2.0 in the 3-part launch arc of this all-new ongoing series!

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Don't Let The Silly Title Fool You 0

As a big fan of Greg Pak's short-lived War Machine series, I was not thrilled with the announcement of Rhodey getting a new series referring to him as Iron Man 2.0 which would be spin off from Matt Fraction's very poor take on the character. Nor did the idea of a new, slimmed down armor for War Machine amuse me. However, Nick Spencer manages to impress with this issue, giving us a much stronger take on Jim Rhodes that even embraces the events of the recent Pak series.  Spencer establishes a stro...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Review: Iron Man 2.0 #1 0

Having re-enlisted, War Machine's first case is to investigate a rogue inventor whose work seems to keep causing trouble, even despite many guarantees that he should still be dead.  The Good Spencer does a great job clarifying how Rhodey's M.O. for armored adventure differs from Tony's, and he naturally weaves in some lasting, logical consequences of his time doing dirty work for Norman Osborn. Actually, I was pleasantly surprised about how he worked in some nods to Blizzard's fate during the C...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

Iron Man 2.0 0

Rhodey returns to the Military industrial complex and Gen. Babbage can's wait to make his job as unpleasant as possible. His first assignment? To hunt down a man who doesn't exist. How does one capture a ghost? Well Rhodey better find out quick fast and in a hurry.   The Good  Iron Man makes a quick cameo at the beginning of the issue. I like that it's a swift in and out appearance which allows the story to truly be about Rhodey. The interaction between the two is perfect due to Spencer's natura...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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