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Marvel Adventures Iron Man, Volume 4: Armored Avenger

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The Armored Avenger powers through more exciting, all-ages adventures Featuring Hulk, Spider-Man, Ant-Man, Jolt, Plantman, and Backlash Collects Marvel Adventures Iron Man #13, Iron Man: Golden Avenger #1, Marvel Adventures Iron Man - FCBD 2007 Edition, and Marvel Adventures Iron Man - FCBD 2008 Edition.
Paperback, 96 pages
Published December 10th 2008 by Marvel
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Sineala
This is the last collected volume of Marvel Adventures: Iron Man. It's the happy version of Iron Man! You know you want that.

It has one really worthwhile story, #13, the last of the actual series, which is mostly about Tony and Happy Hogan and is generally fun and full of nice character moments and they fight bad guys together and apparently Tony has a sissy mustache and there are more of my favorite secret identity shenanigans. Whee.

The rest of the trade is collected specials. I've only read on...more
Jean-Pierre Vidrine
The stories here harken back to an earlier time in comics, a time when you could just pick up an issue and enjoy without necessarily having to know very much continuity beforehand. Here we see some great interaction between Stark/Iron Man and his employees. The Hulk solo story is an amusing short. The digest ends with a great team-up of the Avengers' greatest scientific minds that is entirely tongue-in-cheek.
Jazzypom
If you've fallen out of love with 616 Iron Man/Tony Stark, and if the Ultimateverse Iron Man doesn't seduce you, try this version of Iron Man for size. The art is pretty, the stories are good, more geared to one shots than a continuous story arc, and everyone is funny. I even like the Hulk in this one, and that's no mean feat.

The Armoured Avenger, Iron Man! It's worth the read.
Ubalstecha
Kid friendly comic collection of Iron Man's adventures. While fun, this simplicity makes them not as appealing to the older reader.
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