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In the wake of this summer's hit IRON MAN 2, the brand-new storyline STARK: RESILIENT continues! The Hammer Girls unleash DETROIT STEEL on a world hardly ready for that much metal and chrome, and God help anyone that gets in his way. Tony keeps sifting through the ashes of his old life and tries to rebuild who he is and what he does. Rhodey struggles to be a man of war in a peacetime empire. And, oh yeah -- more of that amazing new suit of armor…

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Where is Pepper Potts?? 0

      Cover I loved the cover it might not be anything special and it might not have as much action as people would like but, the art was great for the cover. Story The story begins with a man whose father was a baker didn’t want to be a baker. He did not want to wake up that early. So he started his own business. He is telling this to someone in armor and the person in armor tells the man he has done bad things and that includes killing his college roommate because he was competition .The hamm...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

This Story Stays Just As "Resilient" As The Last 0

  The Good The story that Tony tells where he talks about how he acted after winning Playboys Man of the Year award is funny, sad and telling all in a couple of pages of dialogue and art. As usual Fraction writes with a lot of dialogue that I really enjoy seeing for a change in a comic these days. The flashback scene showing how Tony fired an employee during a public demonstration is really enthralling and a touch funny. This scene also sets up the back story of Tony’s newest business move. The...

8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

All Bow To The Great Matt Fraction 0

Invincible Iron Man is the best mainstream comic going at the moment. Hands down. Nothing, that I've read at least, can come close to how Matt Fraction has handled Tony Stark over the last couple of story arcs. The strength in the series is how far the creative team have gone to breaking down the Tony Stark we once knew and rebuilding him into an exciting character once again. Its been a painful ride to this point but I feel it's finally time to celebrate. Iron Man is back, and he's already ten ...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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