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GIANT-SIZED ANNIVERSARY ISSUE! Three generations of Starks face their ultimate foe, seventy-some years in the future while, in the present, Spider-Man joins Iron Man as he tries to fill in the blanks of his missing memory. What if amnesia was a weapon? What if the smartest man in the land had ten nightmares that all came true? Who is the son of Tony Stark? What's inside of the rings? The future starts now, for the Marvel Universe's favorite futurist. The Eisner-award-winning series makes a four-hundred-something-issue leap and raises a glass of non-alcoholic champagne in salute to Ol' Shell-head!


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Review: Invincible Iron Man #500 0

Iron Man and Spider-Man get to the bottom of a possibly-dangerous leak of Stark's designs while visions of the future show the disastrous consequences of their potential failure. The Good Reminding me of DC One Million in a great way, this story brilliant weaves threads of the past and future together into a wonderfully-complex puzzle that instills much greater resonance and tension to every beat by actually telling you what's coming ahead of time. Fraction plays with expectations and associat...

7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

Web of time 0

Most landmark issues get stuck in a bit of predictable pattern.  They either look back to the past and fill in some blanks about a character, or they look forward and redirect the chracter's path.  It is therefore then refreshing to see this issue which just takes an interlude (though still tying it into the running Stark Resilient storyline) to tell an interesting story.  Marvel Comics has a policy about no time travel in their stories, and although this may be restrictive to a certain sense, a...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

The Invincible Iron Man #500 0

One of Tony's present mistakes ends up chewing a substantial chunk of our collective ass in the future. In the present Tony seeks out Peter Parker to help him remember the very creation that ushers in a dark tomorrow.   The Good Whoo, so, so much to like this issue. Let's start with the length, man oh, oh man is this A LOT of comic! You get every cent of that $5 you shell out for this issue. You even get a nice preview of Nick Spencer's Iron Man 2.0 to boot.   This Issue has four story lines run...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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