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The demands of being a superhero take their toll. A frustrated and exhausted Tony decides to give up on his life as Iron Man (and member of the Avengers), embracing the playboy lifestyle he'd known before his life-altering accident. But, when a new threat -- the Unicorn -- kidnaps Pepper and leaves Happy Hogan hospitalized, Tony must again don the armor.

Iron Man almost loses his factory when the Unicorn places a bomb in it somewhere, and so is forced to agree to travel to Russia so that the Unicorn will deactivate the bomb. However, once on the plane, Iron Man smashes all the windows so that there's no air, but Unicorn escapes in the confusion.

Also includes: "Tales of the Watcher: The Watcher's Sacrifice" (Lee, Lieber, Bell, Simek)


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Lamest name for the lamest villain ever. 0

If the fact that Iron Mans second best villain so far (Not counting Crimson Dynamo since he reformed in his first appearance) is someone called "UNCANNY UNICORN!" isn't funny, I do not know what is. He even looks lame. He has a weird lamp thing taped to his face. So, when this issue is actually pretty awesome, it should come as a surprise. At least I was surprised. the odd thing about this is that they could of just brought back Melter, he already had a pretty decent backstory and would have fit...

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