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Preview: Marvel Vault of Heroes: Iron Man

Marvel Vault of Heroes: Iron Man

(W) Fred Van Lente (A) James Cordeiro, Ronan Cliquet, Rafa Sandoval, Chris Giarrusso, Graham Nolan (CA) Michael Golden
In Shops: Jan 06, 2021
SRP: $17.99

High-flying adventure-packed stories for young readers featuring the Armored Avenger!

Who is Iron Man, the world renowned symbol of mega-conglomerate Stark International? And what terrible secret from his past forces billionaire inventor Tony Stark to become the Golden Guardian? Plus, adventures in China featuring The Mandarin, battles with Plantman, Dr. Doom, and more. And a special story spotlighting the many armors of Iron Man and an all-new steam-powered suit!

Marvel Vault of Heroes: Iron Man

Preview: Iron Man #5

Iron Man #5

(W) Christopher Cantwell (A) CAFU (CA) Alex Ross
Rated T+
In Shops: Jan 06, 2021
SRP: $3.99

THE FIRST ACT OF “THE BOOKS OF KORVAC” REACHES ITS STUNNING CONCLUSION!
It’s put up or shut up time with KORVAC as the android mastermind begins the next phase of his ascent toward absolute power, and IRON MAN begrudgingly decides to finally ask for help. But…from who? As he takes charge of new allies and tries to use HELLCAT’s weakened state to his advantage, Tony Stark might instead risk everyone’s life including his own, especially when he confronts Korvac himself, one on one.

Iron Man #5

Michael Cho Goes Two-Tone with Variant Covers for Marvel

Award-winning artist Michael Cho will bring some of Marvel’s most iconic heroes to life on a series of extraordinary variant covers this March. Done in his trademark two-tone style, these vibrant covers capture Marvel’s heroes at their most timeless versions. The two-tone variant covers will grace your favorite ongoing series this March, featuring one-of-a-kind depictions of Ant-Man, Wasp, Black Panther, Captain America, Black Widow, Doctor Strange, Hulk, Spider-Man, Thor, and Spider-Woman.

Check out a full list below and collect all ten Michael Cho Two-Tone variant covers when they arrive at your local comic shop this March!

  • AVENGERS #43 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
  • BLACK PANTHER #24 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
  • SAVAGE AVENGERS #19 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
  • CAPTAIN AMERICA #28 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
  • STRANGE ACADEMY #9 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
  • IMMORTAL HULK #44 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
  • IRON MAN #7 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
  • AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #61 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
  • SPIDER-WOMAN #10 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO
  • THOR #13 TWO-TONE VARIANT COVER by MICHAEL CHO

Earth’s Mightiest Heroes: An Avengers Retrospective Part 2: Four Against…(Issues #17-35)

The Avengers #17

Guest contributor Eugene Selassie is back with the second part of his retrospective of Marvel‘s The Avengers. He started at the beginning covering the first sixteen issues. He’s back discussing issues #17 to #35!


We continue my biweekly recap of my deep dive, reading every single issue of The Avengers from the beginning. In the second half of the Stan Lee era of the book, we see more of a focus on the personalities and the private concerns of each Avenger. We also notice a shift in the power levels of the villains they face to complement the more grounded roster. The political thriller vibe of some of the arcs, predating The Ultimates by about 35 years, was welcome…but the racial caricatures were not. Several allies and Avengers mainstays debuted around this time. Finally, these issues really hit home how much a different inker can completely change an art style.

The first few issues of the “kooky quartet” era established the dynamics of the team rather quickly:

  • Captain America was now unquestionably the one in charge. Steve Rogers exuded even more confidence in action than in previous Avengers stories, if that’s even possible. Complex team strategy and tactics are now on full display with this roster, which was a treat. On the contrary, Cap’s constant brooding while alone at the mansion sometimes felt a bit off-putting. So did the fact that he took on a mission that could’ve caused an international incident, just to look good for SHIELD recruitment (issue 18). When Steve quit the team at the end of issue 22, it could have led to the end of the Avengers, if not for Kang’s subsequent attack, which brought the team back together. Cap was a bit of a dick at times. It felt justified when he was dishing it back out to Hawkeye. Conversely, demanding that Hank Pym prove he’s the real Giant-Man, even though Hank explained that there have been health concerns and the strain of changing size could kill him, went a bit overboard. Equally perplexing was insulting Hank to snap him out of his funk, but from what I’m discovering, that was a common storytelling device at Marvel during the Silver age.
  • Hawkeye was the wild card of the bunch. The action man archer trying to repent from Tales of Suspense #57 up through Avengers #16 is gone and the cocky Clint Barton that we all know and love is present. I laughed heartily because Clint’s luggage wasn’t even unpacked yet before he started mouthing off to Cap. Around issue 25 is where we start to see Clint at least being self-aware that he’s a jerk and gives Cap too much crap…yet he does nothing to actually correct this. He and Cap bickered like an old married couple.
  • While the Scarlet Witch was written not as ineffectively as Jan was in these early issues, Wanda Maximoff is still treated the way all women were written in that era. She pined for Steve 50% of the time. Also, her being a brunette back then really threw me for a loop. Her powers were not as dangerously unpredictable as they would later be written as.
  • Quicksilver’s personality is the furthest from modern renditions. Pietro Maximoff is not quite a pompous ass yet. The one trait that does carry over to modern times is him being overprotective of his sister, Wanda. His personality, for the most part, is just him shouting “don’t talk to my sister that way!”. One minor facet that I never knew existed was both Maximoffs having a fondness for show business. Pietro, especially, took a liking to daredevils and high wire acts in the circus. In battle, he was quite effective, although he used the “tie people up in cloaks/curtains/blankets shtick as his offense…a lot.

While the team still took on “foes that no single hero could withstand” in several of these stories, there was a noticeable pulling back of the power levels of foes to coincide with the lesser powered roster.

  • The Swordsman appears in issues 19-20. This is where we get our first glimpses into Hawkeye’s past as Swordsman’s protégé and Clint getting pulled into a life of crime due to his mentor’s actions
  • Power Man (Erik Josten) in issues 21-22 makes three times (along with Wonder Man and Swordsman) in less than two years that the “villain pretending to be a hero” shtick was used against the Avengers.
  • The Keeper of the Flame (issue #31) was a change of pace in that we hadn’t seen any sort of cult leader in the book as of yet. Their eternal flame was powered by cobalt. Cobalt is treated like plutonium in this issue in that they treated it like it could destroy the entire planet. The Avengers figured both sides of this ancient conflict over ownership of the flame pose equal danger to the globe, so they snuffed out the flame. This felt like the “ending of Rocky IV” level of tone-deaf in the slightest and “violating the Prime Directive” at the worst.
  • In issue 32, the hate group, known as the Sons of the Serpent, shows up and viciously attacks a random Latinx bystander. One would think that the concept would feel dated…the last few years have proven that, sadly, they’re still relevant.
The Swordsman The Avengers #19

This period also is the starting point for several familiar faces in the annals of Avengers history, to make their appearance. It was good to see Hank Pym and Janet Van Dyne again (issues 26-28). Hank now refers to himself as Goliath. A fun fact I never knew is that Wanda designed and created his blue and yellow Goliath costume. Jan seemed much less flighty, but within the span of six issues she was captured and imprisoned three times, then is knocked out cold after falling out of a tree, ugggh. Hank’s size-changing has caused health concerns and at one point, he gets stuck at ten feet tall, with no way to shrink or grow without fatal results. To assist him in research towards a cure, Tony Stark refers him to one of the most brilliant bio-chemists on the planet, Bill Foster, who would one day become Goliath. Foster was attacked just down the block from Pym’s house by the Serpents in issue 32. Pym went into a full-on rage and canceled all experiments so he could make sure the Avengers made the Serpents a top priority. Not saying there’s anything wrong with Pym, more so than any of the other Avengers, taking umbrage with racially motivated hate crimes and wanting to plant his foot up the asses of those responsible, but I was surprised how “woke” he was. To get more intel on the Serpents, Steve reached out to Nick Fury. Having not read anything with the O.G. Fury in almost a decade I realized how much I missed him. This also marked his first appearance in an Avengers comic. Of course a barber shop is a front for a SHIELD base. This felt oddly on point for a 60s spy organization. Unbeknownst to the Serpents, one of their recruitment meetings has been infiltrated by the Black Widow. It would seem that her road to redemption began here. What also began here was an unsavory pattern.

Issue 18 saw the team go toe-to-toe with the mammoth cyborg dictator known as the Commissar…a bad East Asian stereotype. Issues 32 and 33 revealed that the mastermind behind the Sons of the Serpent was actually a Communist General…who was a bad East Asian stereotype. Issues 34 and 35 revealed that Living Laser had hired himself out to those looking to stage a coup in the fake Latin American country of Costa Verde. Guess what, they were bad Mexican stereotypes. I had to facepalm at a lot of this. I’m hoping that there’s not too much more casual racism masked as patriotism in these early years because that will severely hamper my reading experience.

One thing that stood out more than anything was the different inkers that worked with artist Don Heck. In all of my years of reading comics, I’ve never seen an art style change so drastically with the changing of an inker on a book, until now. The legendary Wally Wood brought a level of intricate detail to the layouts yet unseen during Heck’s run. Shifting to John Romita inks was fun as he was a master of highlighting the character’s acting and emotion. Frankie Ray’s inks were not as detailed as Wally Wood’s but still got the point of Heck’s pencils across, which were probably in their purest form here. The style then drastically shifted when Frank Giacoia did the inks, giving the book an almost “romance comic” vibe. All of these craftsmen were highly talented. I just never knew an inker alone could change the look of a comic to this degree.

I’m very excited to get to the next leg of this journey, the Roy Thomas era of the book. It’s here where new members of the team begin coming in fast and furiously. Hope you’ll return for the coming of Hercules, Black Panther and several others. Until next time, AVENGERS ASSEMBLE!

Exclusive Preview: Iron Man #4

Iron Man #4

(W) Christopher Cantwell (A) CAFU (CA) Alex Ross
Rated T+
In Shops: Dec 16, 2020
SRP: $3.99

KORVAC is on the loose and Tony Stark is on the hook for it. Iron Man and Hellcat were lucky to survive their first encounter with Korvac and his new disciples, but finding him and stopping him is proving an even greater challenge. Tony is reticent to let other hero allies in on the fact that he opened up a giant can of worms all on his own, but it might be a moot point given that Korvac has placed Tony under a very clever and threatening gag order. As Korvac powers down all of New York City in order to try and again go cosmic, Tony’s forced to turn to lesser-known colleagues on the fringe in order to stop him. One advantage he has: Hellcat is hearing things ever since their last encounter with Korvac… Strange things… Things that might overtake her entirely.

Iron Man #4

Diamond Select Toys Summer Preview: Star Wars, Marvel, Tron and More!

Summer is coming! Okay, not for a while, but if there’s one thing that will get you through the long, cold months, it’s images of the newest pre-orders from Diamond Select Toys and Gentle Giant Ltd.! Shipping this summer, new items from Marvel Comics, Godzilla, Tron, Mortal Kombat and Avatar: The Last Airbender are now up for pre-ordering thorugh your local comic shop and your favorite online retailers.

Avatar The Last Airbender Gallery Katara PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! Avatar: The Last Airbender is finding a new generation of fans on Netflix, and the Gallery Diorama line is targeting a new generation of collectors! This approximately 9-inch tall diorama of Katara depicts her wielding her waterbending powers as she stands in the middle of a mini-tsunami. Made of high-quality PVC, this diorama features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and features translucent water effects that catch the light. Packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Uriel Caton, sculpted by Salvador Gomes. (Item #DEC202071, SRP: $49.99)

Godzilla Gallery King Ghidorah 1991 PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! Hail to the King! King Ghidorah rises from the sea in this detailed diorama, a companion piece to the 1991 Godzilla diorama. Based on his appearance on the poster for Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah, he measures approximately 11 inches tall. Display it with Godzilla to form a larger scene! It comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Jorge Santos Souza. (Item #DEC202072, SRP: $89.99)

Legends in 3D Marvel Comic Doctor Doom 1/2 Scale Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Behold the magnificent visage of Doom! Victor Von Doom, ruler of Latveria, is a Legend among his people, and now he’s a Legend in 3D! This 10-inch bust depicts the monarch in ½ scale, atop a castle pedestal decorated with Doom’s monogram, and features detailed sculpting and paint applications. Limited to only 1,000 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Rocco Tartamella. (Item # DEC202073, SRP: $175.00)

Marvel Animated Style Thing Statue

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! It’s clobberin’ time! The rocky curmudgeon of the Fantastic Four is now a super-adorable animated-style statue! Based on the variant cover artwork of Skottie Young, this action-packed piece shows Thing running into the fray, and stands approximately 4 inches tall. Limited to only 3,000 pieces, it features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and comes packed in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Sculpted by Paul Harding! (Item # DEC202079, SRP: $49.99)

Marvel Comic Iron Man 1/7 Scale Mini-Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Iron Man flexes his technological might in this all-new bust based on Marvel Comics! Charging up a repulsor blast while extending various segments of his armor, this 1/7 scale bust stands approximately 6 inches tall atop a similarly armored pedestal base. Featuring detailed sculpting and paint applications, this resin bust is limited to 3,000 pieces, and comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Nelson Asencio, sculpted by Juan Pitluk. (Item # DEC202077, SRP: $69.99)

Marvel Comic Gallery Firestar PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! This Gallery Diorama is smoking hot! Depicting New Warrior, Avenger and Spider-Man amazing friend Firestar, this sculpture shows her soaring into the sky, fire at her fingertips. Measuring approximately 10 inches tall, this dynamic figure is made of high-quality PVC and  features detailed sculpting and paint applications; the flames are cast in translucent material to catch the light. It comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Uriel Caton, sculpted by Alejandro Pereira. (Item # DEC202075, SRP: $49.99)

Marvel Comic Premier Collection Sabretooth Statue

A Diamond Select Toys release! The claws are out! This approximately 10-inch tall statue of Wolverine foe Sabretooth shows the assassin in his classic costume, hunting his prey across a rocky, snowy landscape. Made of high-quality resin, this statue features detailed sculpting and paint applications. It is limited to only 3,000 pieces and comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Nelson Asencio, hand-sculpted by Clayburn Moore. (Item # DEC202076, SRP: $200.00)

Marvel Comics Minimates Series 80 Espionage Asst.

A Diamond Select Toys release! It’s the landmark 80th series of Marvel Minimates, and we’re celebrating with a packed wave of fan demands! Since 2003, the line has captured hundreds of Marvel characters, but there are still plenty to make, and this wave delivers! Frequent fan requests Deathlok, Mockingbird, Ghost and Constrictor are joined by Spider-Woman in her second outfit and Iron Man in his stealth armor – an updated throwback to one of the first Minimates ever released! Each 2-inch mini-figure features 14 points of articulation and fully interchangeable parts and comes in a pack of two. Designed by Barry Bradfield!  (Item # DEC202078, SRP: $9.99/ea,)

Marvel Select Titanium Man Action Figure

A Diamond Select Toys release! One of the most requested Marvel Select action figures is now a reality! Despite being one of Iron Man’s oldest and deadliest foes, the Titanium Man has never been captured in his classic appearance as an action figure. Now, this 9.5” figure will fill a massive hole in fans’ collections! Featuring 16 points of articulation, this figure features an interchangeable Boris Bullski head, interchangeable hands, and clip-on energy effects. It comes packaged in display-ready Select action figure packaging with side-panel artwork for shelf reference. Designed by Yuri Tming, sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios! (Item # DEC202074, SRP: $29.99)

Mortal Kombat Gallery Raiden PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! The Kombat continues! The next entry in the knockout Mortal Kombat line of Gallery Dioramas is none other than Raiden himself, protector of Earth! Based on his appearance in the original 1992 video game, this approximately 10-inch diorama sees him drawing up electricity from the earth to launch a lightning attack! Made of high-quality PVC, it features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Nelson Asencio, sculpted by Salvador Gomes. (Item # DEC202070, SRP: $49.99)

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker C-3PO & Babu Frik 1/6 Scale Bust

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! C-3PO gets a tune-up in the newest 1/6 scale Star Wars bust from Gentle Giant Ltd.! With Babu Frik on his shoulder and his wiring exposed to the world, C-3PO measures approximately 6 inches tall, and is a necessary addition to any Star Wars bust collection. Limited to only 1,500 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. (Item # DEC202069, SRP: $120.00)

Star Wars Clone Wars Asajj Ventress 1/6 Scale Mini-Bust

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! Asajj Ventress makes her long-awaited entrance to the 1/6 Scale Star Wars bust line from Gentle Giant Ltd.! The Sith wields her twin red lightsabers and includes a removable cloak, making her a necessary addition to any Star Wars bust collection. She stands approximately 6 inches tall, 8 inches with lightsabers. Limited to only 1,500 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. (Item #DEC202068, SRP: $120.00)

Tron Electronic Arcade-Style Action Figures Box Set

A Diamond Select Toys release! Greetings Programs, welcome to the world of Tron!  Straight out of Flynn’s arcade comes Diamond Select’s newest box set from the 1982 landmark motion picture Tron.

This exclusive action figure packaging is inspired by the actual vintage 1980’s Tron arcade machine. This electronic boxset showcases Tron and Sark’s final showdown as Flynn plunges into the Master Control Program’s core to return to the real world.   

The arcade-styled packaging features a full light-up Tron marquee, an authentic replica of the Tron arcade joystick and two different UV light sequences. The multiple flashing multicolored LEDs and ultraviolet lights are activated by either pressing the Player 1 or Player 2 start buttons located on top of the replica arcade control console.   

This Tron boxset comes packed with 7″ collectors scale action figures of Tron, Sark and Flynn, featuring 16 points of articulation with identity disc accessories and UV reflective paint which glows, when electronics in the package are activated. The Tron Electronic Arcade Style Boxset includes batteries and stands over 16 inches tall and over 11 inches wide. Final product may vary.

Figures designed by Yuri Tming and sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios. Packaging design by David Forrest of Kinetic Underground. (Item #MAR208005, SRP: $120.00)

Review: Iron Man #3

Iron Man #3

The latest volume of Iron Man has been a solid start. For three issues we’ve explored Tony Stark as a person as he attempts to find his place in the world. With Patsy Walker helping to guide him, we get to see different aspects of the character. And, we get to see the start of what’s likely to define him for some time. Iron Man #3 is a fun read and a good chapter in the opening arc but it also isn’t all that memorable. It’s a bit rushed at times getting to its latter half a bit too quickly. It feels compressed in its story.

Writer Christopher Cantwell knocks it out of the park as he explores characters. It’s the dive into the psyche that’s interesting. The first two issues focused on Tony attempting to find his place, a person with unease. Cantwell’s Tony Stark is a Gen-Xer who is at the point in their life they question what they’ve been doing. Did they do what they wanted? What will their legacy be? As someone in that position, it’s something I can relate to.

Iron Man #3 gets us to the next phase of that introspection, we question why others aren’t grateful. With Tony attempting to do the hero thing, he’s noticing how the public is reacting more. It’s something he’s focused on and it’s frustrating him. He doesn’t know how to act. Cantwell could easily take it all down a very dark route but he ads in a lot of humor as Iron Man tussles with various villains. There are truly great moments and a few that got me to laugh.

It’s the latter half of the comic that’s the issue as Tony checks on his investment. That all has reveals that are a bit too quick and feels like a segment better suited for the fourth issue (assuming this is a five issue arc). That “rushed” feeling is compounded by a segment with Tony in coach on an airplane. That part is something that could have been mined for comedic gold and also told us more about who Tony is now and who he wants to be. It’s a quick moment that actually should have played out longer.

It’s a comic that feels like it gets from A to D rushing through B and skipping C. By the end, I felt like I missed something in a previous issue but the reality is the main villain is never really set up well to make readers care. He’s a classic villain, and that’s about what we’ve gotten.

The art by Cafu is amazing though. There is truly great art here and it’s helped by Frank D’Armata‘s color. The early parts of the comic and the end fight all look fantastic with some really interesting visuals and color pops. Iron Man has rarely looked better and his villains are the same. There’s just something about this art that really clicks for me.

There’s nothing bad about Iron Man #3 at all. It’s a solid comic with an interesting story and great art. As a chapter of the opening arc, it’s fantastic. But, the arc so far isn’t anything that’s jumping out as an instant classic. It is fantastic storytelling though. It’s also a great exploration of Tony Stark as a person. If you’re a fan of Iron Man, Cantwell, or Cafu, it’s an issue to check out but for new readers, this isn’t one that’ll hook you.

Story: Christopher Cantwell Art: Cafu
Color: Frank D’Armata Letterer: Joe Caramagna
Story: 7.0 Art: 8.75 Overall: 7.0 Recommendation: Read

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Preview: Iron Man #3

Iron Man #3

(W) Christopher Cantwell (A) CAFU (CA) Alex Ross
32 PGS./Rated T+
In Shops: Nov 11, 2020
SRP: $3.99

Tony Stark is getting tired of apologizing for being himself, especially when as Iron Man he’s more powerful than most any other human being on Earth. As he wears himself out trying to do everything he can to be a force of good in the world, he’s beginning to chafe at the idea that he really owes anybody anything. Is it too much to ask for a thank you? He’s trying to keep his head down and his ego in check, but when KORVAC reveals himself as the puppet master behind Stark’s latest investment, Tony will at least have somewhere to channel his anger and frustration… That is, if he survives the conflict at all.

Iron Man #3

Spider-Man and Iron Man Bring the Battle to Walgreens!

Walgreens stores have long been the home for exclusive Marvel Minimates based on Marvel’s many animated television shows. Now, two new adversarial two-packs have hit the shelves, comprising Series 12 of the long-running series!

From Marvel’s Spider-Man, Miles Morales (a.k.a. Spy-D) takes on the Prowler, and comes with a removable mask, interchangeable web-slinging hands, a web line and two display stands. From Marvel’s Avengers, Iron Man faces off with the Ghost, and includes a removable helmet, removable hair piece, flight stand, and two display stands.

Each two-inch mini-figure features 14 points of articulation, and is fully interchangeable, for endless customization. Look for them in the toy line at your local Walgreens store, and find a store at Walgreens.com!

Preview: Iron Man #2

Iron Man #2

(W) Christopher Cantwell (A) CAFU (CA) Alex Ross
Rated T+
In Shops: Oct 21, 2020
SRP: $3.99

TONY HAS COMPANY… AND HIS NAME IS KORVAC!
Tony Stark continues to roughly dismantle the fancy, shiny and sophisticated ways of his past… but the world doesn’t seem quite convinced that he’s changed his rich guy tune. As Iron Man, he takes the fight to the streets, looking to sacrifice himself on the altar of super heroism again and again-first with Arcade and Absorbing Man then with medical vigilante Cardiac – all in hope of redemption in the eyes of the public. Only trouble is he might get himself killed in the process, and there are still plenty of people in line with an ax to grind. Old friends like HELLCAT try to help him find peace of mind and speak truth to his stubborn god complex, but lurking on the horizon is a threat Tony – and indeed the entire cosmos – hasn’t seen in years… KORVAC… yet another guy who believes he’s smarter than the rest of the universe.

Iron Man #2
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