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Heroes Reborn Iron Man

3.16  ·  Rating details ·  107 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
Iron Man left two lives behind when he vanished, but can he avoid his former mistakes in his new one? The armored Avenger takes on Hydra, Heralds and the Hulk - and the eyes of the Marvel Universe are upon him in the form of Loki, the Watcher and Onslaught himself! Featuring Doc Samson and... or rather as ...the Abomination! Plus: Rebel O'Reilly, later of Thunderbolts fame ...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published November 22nd 2006 by Marvel Comics Group (first published November 8th 2006)
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Dec 21, 2013 rated it it was ok
Shelves: marvel
This collection was a real struggle for me. I had a difficult time caring for Tony Stark in this reboot, the writing was fairly skeletal and the action clunked along at times. Not until the series crosses over with appearances by FF and Hulk does the story become a little bit interesting.

The artwork was standard, the dialogue flat... Just everything you would expect in your average, everyday reboot.

Sep 07, 2015 rated it really liked it
Arguably the best of of the pocket universe AUs I read over the weekend, but that's not really saying much. Tony was Tony and he became a real boy. That's...pretty much it. Though I was surprised by how much of this series was dedicated to Hulk. Meh. Whatever.
Nov 27, 2016 rated it liked it
Back in the mid 90's, Marvel handed control over their "flagship" titles (the ones that didn't start with X or Spider) to the hotshot artists from Image Comics for a year. The goal behind the "Heroes Reborn" project was that guys like Jim Lee and Rob Liefeld could somehow repeat the runaway success they enjoyed with Marvel earlier in the decade and boost sales for Captain America, The Avengers, Fantastic Four and Iron Man. The characters were removed from continuity for the duration of the proje ...more
Emily Green
Jun 19, 2011 rated it liked it
Human beings crave movie sequels. We want characters from one story to meet characters from another story. We love when the imaginary world that a writer created in one book ties into the world created in another book. Even when we fly into a town we have never been before, we seek out connections: do you know my cousin, professor, mechanic? We hate the idea that a story might be finite or that a character quits breathing on the last page. Marvel Universe often satisfies our desires. Their seria ...more
May 17, 2012 rated it liked it
I'll start off by saying that I'm a huge Iron Man fan. When it comes to Marvel, he's one of my favorite super heroes. With that being said, this anthology is just sort of average. The anthology itself chronicles the new start to the Iron Man mythos in the 90s when Marvel briefly outsourced the Iron Man title along with several other popular titles to previous Marvel employees over at Image Comics.

This reboot starts out fairly clunky and it took me awhile to really start caring for our beloved T
Angeles Broullón
Apr 27, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: comics, superheroes
Leído como terapia después de ver Iron Man 3, por lo que no soy muy objetiva.
Aquí tenemos una vez más la clásica trama de Iron Man "atrapado" en una armadura de alta tecnología. Su batería es limitada, lo que aumenta el riesgo de salir a hacer heroicidades y lanzar rayos: si la armadura falla, se muere, fin. Y el término "alta tecnología" supone que no se arregla comprando cablecitos y productos químicas en un "todo a 100" para arreglarlo en un garaje cualquiera, sino que necesita ir a su labora
Adam Fisher
Apr 23, 2015 rated it liked it
Read all 4 Heroes Reborn graphic novels at the same time, in continuity order.

This Volume of Iron Man felt very much like older Iron Man comics. It was lacking the current day Iron Man flair and thus my opinion of it was lower. Overall, it was pretty good as well, and the origin of the armor was very interesting.

Timothy Boyd
Jan 29, 2016 rated it liked it
I was not impressed with Marvel's attempt at a relaunch of many of it's main titles. The art was Ok and the stories were not horrible but I just couldn't seem to get into the flow of the new series. I will give it a Recommended as it's a good read just not to my taste.
Christian Smith
Feb 25, 2016 rated it really liked it
Very nice Heroes Reborn story. Great tie in with the rest of the Reborn stories. I can't wait to read more of these.
-nice plot
-good origin
-nice tie in with other Heroes Reborn stories
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