Iron Man #5

    Iron Man » Iron Man #5 - Believe, Part 5: Men of the World released by Marvel on March 2013.

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    Believe, Part 5: Men of the World last edited by deactivated-6025c60aa67c8 on 02/21/20 03:35PM View full history

    EXTREMIS plus the final frontier equals universal doom!

    Will Tony have to betray an old friend?

    The debut of the All-New Space Armor!

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverGreg Land1
    VarVariant CoverJim Cheung4
    VarDesign VariantCarlo Pagulayan3
    2nd2nd PrintingGreg Land2


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    Average score of 4 user reviews

    Final Extremis 0

    It's hard to say that this series has been anything but disappointing, but it has. After Kieron Gillen's amazing work on Journey Into Mystery, and the fact that the previous Iron Man series (The Invincible Iron Man) was brilliant, I was expecting the same here, but unfortunately we've received a very inconsistent series, which has overall been very poor.PlotThis issue sees Iron Man head into space to retrieve the final rouge Extremis technology, and he will also have to tangle with an old friend...

    10 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    Men of the Earth (and of the Universe) 0

    One of the biggest disapointments to me in the Marvel NOW initiative was this title, I had such high hopes that Gillen would deliver amazing and fantastic stories of Iron Man, instead he came up with this mediocre mission of Iron Man having to rescue the Extrmis Kits from different people. Sure there was at least an evolution of quality, since after the complete failure of issues 1 and 2, issues 3 and 4 showed a little upgrade in perspective, but now, with this fifth issue, I'm glad I stopped ge...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    It's Done 0

    So far I've actually enjoyed all of the Marvel Now books I've read. Even Thunderbolts. Whatever I think it's dumb fun.This book is the only one I would actually say sucks. The problem is it's dull.We have another Extremis story, but outside of a couple not everyone who go a hold of the stolen Extremis was a bad person. They weren't good, but they weren't on the level's of Zeke Stane or Sasha Hammer.Tony got a new suit for this series (which actually I like a lot), but he never does anything cool...

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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