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Ironheart, Vol. 2: Ten Rings

(Ironheart (2018) #2)

4.04  ·  Rating details ·  197 ratings  ·  24 reviews
Riri Williams has been dealing with a lot close to home, but now she is going global! From the Sanctum Santorum to Wakanda, Riri teams up with some of your favorite Marvel characters as she follows the trail of Midnight's Fire. But what does the mysterious Ten Rings organization have planned for Ironheart?
Paperback, 136 pages
Published February 4th 2020 by Marvel
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Apr 13, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: marvel-comics
This another classic Vol 2 of a series where the author found out the title was getting cancelled halfway through, so they have to hastily slap together an ending. Marvel's specialty!

In terms of what works, it's a lot of the same from the first volume - Riri is still engaging, there's lots of little character moments, and regional references. This also sees Riri and Shuri teaming up, which feels like a very natural relationship and there's some fun as these two characters butt heads. Unfortunate
B. P. Rinehart
A note: The writer of this book is Eve L. Ewing. Because she has a Goodreads Author profile, she is the only one who can correct the error with her name. - It's been fixed.

This was the sudden conclusion to her 10 Rings story. It was obvious she had more story to tell, but the fickle workings of the comic book industry means she does not get to do a proper end to the storyline so we get a rushed ending. I was still amused to see how the team-up in this book came about and I would be lying if I sa
Amanda [Novel Addiction]
Sep 08, 2020 rated it really liked it
Riri and Shuri, working together? My heart can only grow so big!
Paul E. Morph
Jun 01, 2020 rated it really liked it
I had a blast with this one. There were some great guest stars: The Wasp (Nadia), Dr. Strange, Shuri and Silhouette all show up and get stuck in.

I'm always very happy to see the Wasp (either of them, really) and she's really great here, providing the vital lesson that evil isn't something you are, it's something you do.

The initially rocky relationship between Riri and Shuri was hilarious... and how great is it to see Silhouette after all this time? I always loved that character in the old New Wa
Feb 09, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Why in the world does Marvel love to preach diversity and then cut off said diverse titls just as things are getting good?!

Ironheart could have been the beginning of a long and successful run not unlike Ms Marvel. Eve L Ewing’s character work is delightful – Ironheart is quirky and not without her faults, and her supporting characters like Xavier are charming. Her teamups with The Wasp, Shuri, Silhouette and Okoye were delightful and a breath of fresh air, particularly the creation of “Shuriri,”
This was fun! RiRi Williams teams up with Nadia Van Dyne/Wasp, Doctor Strange, Shuri, Silhouette, and Okoye to battle the Ten Rings. There's a major reveal that could have life-changing consequences for RiRi, but unfortunately I just discovered that this series was cancelled. It's too bad; I was enjoying Eve Ewing's story-telling. ...more
Feb 16, 2020 rated it liked it
When Ironheart was first announced I was very intrigued. Brian Michael Bendis has a penchant for creating well rounded characters that are capable of a range of stories varying from humorous to action heavy and heartfelt. When Bendis left Marvel I was worried Marvel would abandon Ironheart but thankfully they didn’t and Al Ewing takes the torch and runs with it. Riri continues to be a well written and modern hero. This volume sees her teaming with Shuri (something I didn’t know how much I wanted ...more
From what I’ve gathered skimming other reviews, author Eve L. Ewing’s exquisite Ironheart series was canceled after the first volume’s worth of issues, and so there were only six issues left to tell the rest of Riri’s intended arc. So in this volume new allies and enemies are rapidly introduced and it can be a little dizzying when every few pages has to unveil a new revelation. It’s some Atlas level weight to shoulder.

Despite that, the storytelling is still fun and still smart and still kind an
Adam Fisher
Aug 24, 2020 rated it liked it
3.5 Stars.
When Riri is visited by Nadia Van Dyne, the purpose is to talk lab equipment, yet it ends up becoming a team up to face off against zombies. Zombie invasion leads to questions with Doctor Strange, which sends her to Wakanda. A hilarious team up with Shuri... battle against the Ten Rings... and her father is still alive...
Riri has a lot going on! The stories though... it just seems to me like drifting through. Being linked to Shuri would be great, and I like that she is taking on the Te
Rocky Sunico
Mar 24, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: comics, iron-man
Wrapping up the Ironheart book is a nice excuse to travel to Wakanda and pit the likes of Riri against Shuri. The magical element to their shared antagonist was a tricky bit but I appreciate that this also became a reason to bring in the likes of Silhouette, whom I've always loved from the early New Warriors days.

The bit about Riri's father as hinted at in the previous volume was played in a manner that felt a little clunky and heavy-handed but I guess it made sufficient sense. We still don't en
Apr 11, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: comics, superhumans
You can tell a book is in trouble when there's a constant stream of guest stars. Unfortunately, that's the case here. I really liked how Ewing wrote the character of Riri, but I'm not thrilled with the direction of this story. I don't think Riri needed a magic injection into her story. Some characters just don't gel well with magic, and I think she might be one of them, at least in her solo books. And then there's a long lost dad storyline that just isn't given time to grow and develop into anyt ...more
Eric Piotrowski
Jul 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I was a little nervous when the zombie apocalypse cliche showed up at the start of this book, but we move quickly past it into a much more interesting story arc of family and morality. Dr. Strange makes an appearance, and we head over to Wakanda — all welcome developments that make for an excellent ride.

The art is clean and the pacing is lively. Plus it's got one of the best pages on the nature of evil in any book anywhere.

Highly recommended.
Jun 17, 2020 rated it really liked it
What could possibly be better than RiRi being semi-mentored and helped by Doctor Strange and Tony Stark, and then going on to team up with Shuri, Okoye, Wasp and a new, disabled, hero I've admittedly never heard of before? NOTHING!
My one thing, is that I kind of wish the dad plot point had been explored more. Apart from that, I loved and adored this!
Mar 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
The volume of Ironheart contains issues #7-12.
I am really sad to see this series end but I am certain that Riri has a so many adventures ahead of her in the Marvel universe and isn't going anywhere. Also, do I ship Shuriri? Yes, yes I do. I absolutely loved the interactions between Riri and Shuri.
♡*WithLove, Reesie*♡
Aug 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
"I'm good. Me. Riri. I'm not perfect. But I'm good."

Dr. Strange! Shuri! Okoye! And now Silhouette kicking tail with crutches!! *applauds*

So many good cameos! Good story line but i predicted one major thing, however it didn't take away from the story's moment and climax.

Look forward to more 10 rings.

Nice artwork & coloring.
Oct 21, 2020 rated it liked it
It was fine, but it felt like a rehash of other stories I had already read in other Marvel titles. A reversible zombie plauge, asking Dr. Strange for help, going to Wakanda, someone who was supposed to be dead isn't, a source of unimaginable power... ...more
Amanda Boyle
Dec 04, 2020 rated it liked it
Liked the continued development of the story, and would have loved more time to see the characters and the plot line developed, but it got crammed into a handful of issues to try and wrap it up which was a bummer.
Feb 03, 2021 rated it really liked it
I feel like there is a lot more to know about the Ten Rings, and I don't even know if it is from other books or not.

Otherwise it is fast-moving, with some fun combinations, and a lot of room for future story.
Iris Nevers
Dec 19, 2019 rated it liked it
[Read in single issues]

Honestly, i just finished the story arc about 2 weeks ago and I dont remember it at all.
He dad is suddenly not dead? Shes best friends with Riri?

Idk everything is just everywhere with this one
Sep 16, 2020 rated it it was ok
Shelves: comics, superheroes
2.5 Stars
Oct 25, 2020 rated it really liked it
Another great Marvel series meets its end...why??? These young diverse versions are wonderfully fresh.
Jul 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Doctor Strange cameo! Yes! Also, amazing art.
Apr 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: comics
I've never read a story with a disabled superhero (only a minor character)!! ...more
Jul 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Really emotional despite feeling a little cut short. Let Eve Ewing write more Ironheart (and other comics), if she wants!!
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Dr. Eve Louise Ewing is a writer and a sociologist of education from Chicago. Ewing is a prolific writer across multiple genres. Her 2018 book Ghosts in the Schoolyard: Racism & School Closings on Chicago's South Side explores the relationship between the closing of public schools and the structural history of race and racism in Chicago's Bronzeville community.

Ewing's first collection of poetry, e

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