Invincible Iron Man #30

    Invincible Iron Man » Invincible Iron Man #30 - Tony, We Don't Want to Destroy You released by Marvel on November 1, 2010.

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    The only thing more shocking than the first three pages are the last three pages! It's the meeting 30 issues in the making: Tony Stark and Sasha Hammer, at long last, face to face. The gang at Stark Resilient burn the midnight oil against an impossible deadline -- but if they don't get Project Daylight off the ground they're doomed before they start. They're not the only one manufacturing their world-changer, though -- the Hammer Girls are building an army of drone bombers as air support for Detroit Steel!



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    Tony, We Don't Want to Destroy You 0

    Invincible Iron Man just keeps getting better. Every issue of “Stark Resilient” has gotten steadily more awesome, and this one does not disappoint. The plot is great, yet again. This issue sees Tony finding out what Sasha Hammer can do, and the new Stark car is finally built and ready to test. This issue ends with a bigger cliffhanger than the last few, but even without that cliffhanger I was coming back next for the next issue. Now on to the issue; Fraction’s writing is as amazing as ever and ...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Like a lazy ocean hugs the shore, hold me close, sway me more 0

    Does it make me sound shallow that part of the reason I decided to read this story arc is because Stark is dancing tango on one of the covers?  Tango is actually an apt analogy to this issue though (which is why they chose it I am sure) as Tony and Sasha Hammer basically do a dance around themselves and end up in a fit of passion, just like the sultry dance is intended to do.  This is really the first issue of the story arc which reached the potential it has been promising.  The reference to sex...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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