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This classic tale pit Tony Stark against a virtual who's who of adversaries in the mighty Marvel manner that could only be brought to you by Stan Lee and the lavish pen of "Dashing" Don Heck!

There's the return of Iron Man's arch-nemesis, the Mandarin, and said vile villain's origin, followed up by the first appearance of the long-loved Avenger, Hawkeye - but he's not playing on the side of angels here. No, he's teamed-up with the Black Widow against ole' Iron Boots!

Collects Tales of Suspense #51-65.


The marbled variant cover edition is #45 in the chronological numbering.




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Definitely the most stunning of the Avengers trinity at this point. 0

Iron Man attempts to stop a robbery which leads to another man beating him to the punch by the name of Umberto. Realizing that he has some type of talent, Umberto decides to turn to a life of crime as the Scarecrow. One of his robbery attempts brings him to blows with Iron Man while he attempts to burglarize Stark’s home. -summaryStan Lee indeed had a lot on his table when he decided to pick up writing duties for his various Marvel comics creations back in the early 60’s. While revis...

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