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Doctor Otto Octavius is dying, and the only man that can help him is Tony Stark. Will Stark save the life of a madman, if it means sparing the lives of everyone in Broxton that Doc Ock will kill if he refuses? By Matt & Salva & Frankie & Joe.

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Review: Invincible Iron Man #502 0

Doctor Otto Octavius is still holding Tony Stark, and New York hostage unless Tony can heal Otto's brain damage in part two of "Fix Me"  The Good I really do like seeing other hero's villains in different books, and I'm enjoying the history between Otto and Tony in these past two issues. It really brings the Marvel Universe together as a whole. Aside from that, Pepper Potts as a hero has been one of the best things added to this book in years. She may feel a bit like a sidekick, but she's always...

10 out of 11 found this review helpful.

Pepper is no Damsel in Distress 0

 Cover I liked the cover because it did not mislead you because this was really what the whole story was about and the art is the same art as it is the comic. This is a good thing because the art in this series is one of my favorites. Story Doctor Octopus needs Tony’s help and if Tony does not help a bomb will go off to destroy New York.  When Tony offers to get Dr. Octopus a doctor Dr. Octopus starts the bomb and Iron Man only has six minutes to save New York. In the mean time Pepper is hol...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

And high up above and down below 0

This issue is a lot faster paced than the first, which is not surprising as most of it involves a skirmish between Electro and Sandman versus Pepper.  This moves the issue and story along at a decent pace, but the moments between the Doctor and Tony are where the real weight of the story rests.  There is even not as much plot here, just the dialogue adds much to the characterizations of both and creates a rivalry between the two where no such rivalry existed before.  Often times when a villain o...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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