The Invincible Iron Man Omnibus Vol Iron Man s first few years of activity took him through three sets of armor and his first several showdowns with such archenemies as the Mandarin and the Titanium Man and confrontations with major men

  • Title: The Invincible Iron Man: Omnibus, Vol. 1
  • Author: Stan Lee RobertBernstein Larry Lieber Don Rico Roy Thomas Don Heck Jack Kirby Steve Ditko
  • ISBN: 9780785129004
  • Page: 379
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Iron Man s first few years of activity took him through three sets of armor and his first several showdowns with such archenemies as the Mandarin and the Titanium Man and confrontations with major menaces like the Chameleon, Count Nefaria, and the Mad Thinker.

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    1. Stan Lee RobertBernstein Larry Lieber Don Rico Roy Thomas Don Heck Jack Kirby Steve Ditko

      Stan Lee born Stanley Martin Lieber is an American writer, editor, creator of comic book superheroes, and the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics.With several artist co creators, most notably Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he co created Spider Man, the Fantastic Four, the X Men, Iron Man, the Hulk, Daredevil, the Silver Surfer, Dr Strange, and many other characters, introducing complex, naturalistic characters and a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books He subsequently led the expansion of Marvel Comics from a small division of a publishing house to a large multimedia corporation.

    573 thoughts on “The Invincible Iron Man: Omnibus, Vol. 1”

    1. Horrifically racist and sexist in hindsight, and thank God the Era Of Excessive Exposition In Comics is mostly gone! Still, it's neat to see the origins of a character, and while these stories may not have the emotional maturity of later Iron Man stuff, they have a sort of nostalgic quality that makes them worth checking out if you're at all interested in classic origin stuff. I can only hope Marvel stopped using yellow coloring and squinty eyes for Asian characters and bothered to give their fe [...]


    2. Seemed to be Marvels answer to the red scare. Very predictable stories, and if I never hear about fucking transistors again, I'll die happy. That said, it is pretty fun on the whole, and it was neat that Iron Man kept changing, constantly (if convienantly) getting new gadgets. Art was fantastic too.


    3. The Marvel Omnibus series is a good way to read the early stories - not as good as the DVD-ROM series they released, but they only made a few of them. And although Iron Man was one they released, it wasn't one I collected when it was available.The earliest Iron Man stories were in Tales of Suspense and this collection reprints issues 39 through to 83 (about 4 years) as well as Tales to Astonish #82, which was the final pat of the three-issue crossover story with the Sub-Mariner. This was, I beli [...]


    4. When Marvel introduced the Omnibus series of reprint collections, I had my fingers crossed that they'd eventually get to Iron Man. Fortunately the success of the Iron Man movie made the Armored Avenger a hot property, so I got my wish. These phone book-sized collections of classic Silver Age comics are perfect for those of us who want to read the original material but can't afford the vintage back issues. Volume 1 of the Iron Man Omnibus series collects the initial issues of Iron Man's Tales of [...]


    5. I blame my pop for my ridiculous love of Iron Man comics and this, for me, was a must have. It was about $100 and has the first 46-48 issues (I forget off the top of my head) in which Tony Stark makes his debut. This is another book in which i just pick up on a whim and don't feel the need to hurry through. Loving the adventures!



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