Everything Old Is New Again last edited by pikahyper on 08/24/19 10:27PM View full history

The Armored Avenger squares off against The God of Thunder! Tony Stark, the new Director of S.H.I.E.L.D., comes to Oklahoma to verify the rumors that his old friend and teammate is alive and in town…but Thor isn’t rolling out the welcome mat for Iron Man! The God of Thunder would have words with the man who cloned him… and you know what that means!

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Thor gives Iron Man a lesson 0

This was an exciting comic for me. Thor has been a favorite character of mine since the 80's and he's been away a long time. Iron Man, another of my favorite characters is currently being written as self-righteous, arrogant and intractable. Tony Stark turned complex issues (the Civil War underpinnings) into black-and-white, vilifying himself with many Marvel readers.No mistake though, Iron Man is a badass. He has become much more powerful. He is the ultimate expression of how man could make them...

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Iron Man Gets Hammered in More Ways than One 0

Tony Stark is a tricky character to write. His actions often lead him to look like a villain simply because they usually put him at odds with everyone else in the Marvel Universe, so you have to make sure he doesn't come off as too much of a jerk. A lot of writers seem to have trouble with this, and as a result Iron Man has hit a sour note with what seems to be the majority of the fanbase.JMS doesn't improve Stark's image here, quite the contrary, Iron Man comes off as even more arrogant until...

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Thor Smacks Down Iron Man 0

The title says it all. People. Buy this issue if you hate Stark as much as I do. "Thor vs Iron Man" isn't the right way to describe this issue. That would imply that Iron Man stood something of a chance. He didn't. Okay. Maybe he mussed up Thor's hair for a few seconds. Maybe. But otherwise, it was Thor proving that if didn't bother holding back, the entire Initiative couldn't stop him.This issue is all about the God of Thunder teaching the mortals why he's a god. Finding the first of the sleepi...

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