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When you think of the greatest mechanized hero of the modern era, only two words come to mind: DETROIT STEEL. You wanted the best? You got the best. But the best comes at a price. Meanwhile Pepper Potts is on the road to recovery, but nothing is free from complication in Tony Stark's world -- and this one's a doozy, even if it means the debut of an all-new RESCUE. The Pentagon keep shutting War Machine out, and the new offices of Stark Resilient let everyone in for a big coming-out party...with special guests Justine and Sasha Hammer.

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Review: Invincible Iron Man #29 0

Still struggling to get his life back in order, Tony Stark keeps his friends close and his enemies closer. Pepper  Potts gets a new Rescue suit, and Sasha and Justine Hammer have a few tricks up their sleeves.  The Good Fraction does something that few other writers can do, when it comes to "the big two" companies, he makes the set-up to each story as, if not more, interesting than the climax. This book isn't as much about Iron Man as it is about the key players of each story. In this case,...

8 out of 9 found this review helpful.

I can't keep saying this 0

So far into this story arc I have been continually frustrated by a story that at the same time seems on the verge of being good and of being average, and this issue is unfortunately no different.  It may be that the plot in each of the issues thus far has been quite similar, where Tony meets a genius engineer (or two) and signs them on for his new project.  Here the project is finally moved along a little bit, as is the actions of the Hammer women and their schemes against Tony. Though I did lik...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Predators and Prey in Their Natural Environments 0

  Fraction and Larroca have done it again, again. This book has been consistently good each month and this one does not disappoint. Fraction's dialogue is superb and although this issue may be a bit heavy on the story and a bit lacking on the action, it’s still a really enjoyable and fantastic issue. Larroca's art is still great, although there are a few panels with Pepper that look a bit odd, but he still does a fantastic job. This issue continues to set up for a great finale to the story-arc, ...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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