Iron Man appears in 9979 issues.
Assembled by the High Evolutionary, through manipulations by Diablo, the 21st Century New World Order attempted to be a "new god" for the people.
Shortly after becoming the director of S.H.I.E.L.D., Tony Stark formed a special, four-man team dubbed 'Alpha Team', and produced suits of highly advanced armor based on his own Iron Man suit.
The Anachronauts are the greatest warriors of their time periods, gathered by Kang to protect his citadel in Chronopolis.
Joined in The Avengers (1963) #1
Joined in West Coast Avengers (1984) #1
The seven guardians of Heaven in the Paradise X series. They are led by Matt Murdock.
A group of superheroes that fight evil. And goes bowling. A precursor to the Avengers
Small-time manufacturer set-up by Tony Stark in Los Angeles to keep him busy while he was overcoming his alcohol addiction.
The Dangerous Darkwing Ducks of Different Dimensions.
When Avengers West Coast disbanded, Tony joined the short-lived team known as Force Works as a founding member.
Joined modern Guardians during Marvel NOW
An international group of the world's social elite run by mutants that consider themselves superior to other mutants in both their mutant abilities and social status.
A group of mutant hating fanatics.
The instructors at the base and training facility of the entire Initiative. Some members of staff are reformed villains, and some are heroes.
Iron Man created the Iron Avengers after the real Avengers were killed.
The Iron Force is an army of armored individuals used by Tony Stark to control and enforce his rule over a section of New York City.
Joined in Avengers Annual (1967) #16
An organization which funds the Avengers.
Tony Stark is the CEO of Stark Enterprises, one of the largest companies in the world. As Iron Man, Stark wears a powerful suit of armor that allows him to fight injustice as well as keep him alive due to an injured heart.
In the "Marvel Zombies" alternate universe arc, it should be noted that Iron Man is a zombie.
Joined in New Avengers (2005) #1
S.H.I.E.L.D. (Strategic Hazard Intervention, Espionage and Logistics Directorate) is a group affiliated with the U.N. that deals with superhuman threats. It is an intelligence and anti-terrorism group similar to the F.B.I., only it is an international corporation that spans the world over and acts like the police force. S.H.I.E.L.D. agents are much more effective then standard police, because they fight terrorists as well as super-humans. S.H.I.E.L.D. is also responsible for the starting of spin-off groups like S.W.O.R.D. and S.T.R.I.K.E. S.H.I.E.L.D. has agents that also are of high-level, that often are super-humans. Captain America, Spider-Woman, and Iron Man all have operated as S.H.I.E.L.D. agents. S.H.I.E.L.D. keeps ties to the superhuman community, and they often call on the Fantastic Four and/or certain members of the Avengers such as Captain America, Thor and Iron Man.
Once a small company created by Howard Stark, Stark Industries has grown into one of the world's largest corporations and is the primary manufacturer of military weaponry for the United States.
The leader of the Squad, and Tech Factor.
Iron Man (Tony Stark) helped construct the Avengers Corps, and in turn helped give birth to the Galactic Avengers Battalion. He is considered to be a sort of messianic figure amongst the soldiers who serve in the Galactic Avenger Battalions.
The Initiative is the program created under the SHRA, to train those with powers and abilities. Individuals that pass have a chance of being assigned to one of the fifty officially-sanctioned teams.
The Fifty State Initiative, or 'The Initiative' for short, was one of the key elements of the Superhuman Registration Act. The goal of the program is to prepare individuals with special powers, abilities or skills to serve as superhuman law-enforcement officials. Those who work with the program, would operate in cooperation with state and local authorities in times of need.
The team assembled by Jim Rhodes to defeat Ultimo whilst Tony Stark was in a coma
The Light Brigade is the name of the super-human army that Captain Marvel brought together to help him defeat Death.
In an attempt to cure the Legacy Virus, Warlock of Earth-8545 tried using The Technarchy's Techno-Organic Transmode Virus to counteract it in order to save his friend Doug Ramsey. But it all went horribly wrong when The Legacy and Transmode virus' merged into something far more deadly, thus giving birth to The Vi-Lock Race, most of whom were once Earth's Mightiest Heroes...and Villains.
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