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It's armored action at its best as Iron Man faces Ultimo; the Mandarin; the Titanium Man, the ever-popular communist menace; and more! Guest-starring S.H.I.E.L.D., the Sub-Mariner and the Hulk! Includes the first run of Iron Man's solo series! Collecting: Tales of Suspense #73-99, Tales to Astonish #82, Iron Man & Sub-Mariner #1, Iron Man #1-11
Paperback, 608 pages
Published January 19th 2011 by Marvel (first published February 22nd 2006)
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The_Mad_Swede
The second Essential Iron Man volume collects the Golden Avengers adventures from Tales of Suspense # 73-99, Tales to Astonish # 82, Iron Man & Sub-Mariner # 1 and the first eleven issues of his own title.

I really enjoyed the first volume immensely, and it definitely turned me into an Iron Man fan, but this second volume has really sharpened my enjoyment of the character further. The stories are, in my humnble opinion, smoother and better, and Gene Colan's art which covers a lot of this volu...more
Holden Attradies
Although I enjoyed the first volume, I found it pretty tedious to get through as I have most of that very early Marvel stuff. The first third of this volume had that sluggish feel to it, but ti picked up in pacing and quality pretty darn fast. Is it still steeped in jingoistic nationalism, xenophobia and sexism? Oh hell yes, but it's still highly enjoyable. It's also immensely entertaining seeing the very earliest appearances in Marvel of many villains I am familiar with from both my child hood...more
New Frontiersnerd
O HOMEM DE FERRO DE GENE COLAN: TRANSISTORES DETONADOS, REALISMO DETONANTE

O Homem de Ferro não é o trabalho mais marcante de Gene Colan na Marvel da Era de Prata -- Daredevil e Tomb of Dracula, discutivelmente o Dr. Estranho, estão na frente. O que diz muito sobre Gene Colan: em dois anos, entre Tales of Suspense #73 [janeiro de 1966] e Iron Man #1 [maio de 1968], o artista se tornou um dos principais desenhistas do personagem -- a armadura do período, amarela, vermelha e cheia de círculos [aí d...more
Helmut
Lee und Colan

Die Geschichten sind Stan-Lee-Standardware, er hat ein Talent gehabt, Figuren zu entwerfen; aber seine Dialoge sind, naja, hm, eher laberig (er gibt in einem Panel sogar zu "Ja, echte Leute reden so nicht!"), und auch die Stories sind typische, von der Kommunistenangst beeinflusste 60er-Jahre-Ware.

Don Heck zeichnet nur ca. 1/5 der Geschichten, der Löwenanteil stammt von Gene Colan, und auch wenn man sich ein bisschen an seinen doch SEHR anderen Zeichenstil gewöhnen muss: Er ist ein...more
Rich Meyer
Some good Iron Man stories here but few real classics. The highlight of the book is all the great Gene Colan artwork. Jasper Sitwell, dedicated agent of SHIELD, makes his debut in this volume, but most of the characters are cardboard and throwaway.
Michael
The art gets better in these stories - first with the late Gene Colan (who was better put to use on Daredevil) and then George Tuska - but Tony Stark is still boring. I have to laugh at how relatively useless his armor is most of the time.
j_ay
research for a sketch card project...
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