Iron Man Quotes

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Mark Millar
“Guess that's thirty-one pieces of silver you've got now, huh? Sleep well, Judas.”
Mark Millar, Civil War: A Marvel Comics Event

Joss Whedon
“Dr. Banner, your work is unparalleled. And I'm a huge fan of the way you lose control and turn into an enormous, green rage monster.”
Joss Whedon

Andy Weir
“Hey,” Watney said over the radio, “I've got an idea.”
“Of course you do,” Lewis said. “What do you got?”
“I could find something sharp in here and poke a hole in the glove of my EVA suit. I could use the escaping air as a thruster and fly my way to you. The source of thrust would be on my arm, so I'd be able to direct it pretty easily.”
“How does he come up with this shit?” Martinez interjected.
“Hmm,” Lewis said. “Could you get 42 meters per second that way?”
“No idea,” Watney said.
“I can't see you having any control if you did that,” Lewis said. “You'd be eyeballing the intercept and using a thrust vector you can barely control.”
“I admit it's fatally dangerous,” Watney said. “But consider this: I'd get to fly around like Iron Man.”
“We'll keep working on ideas,” Lewis said.
“Iron Man, Commander. Iron Man.”
Andy Weir, The Martian

“How Superheroes Make Money:
- Spider-Man knits sweaters.
- Superman screw the lids on pickle jars.
- Iron Man, as you would suspect, just irons.”
Jim Benton, Okay, So Maybe I Do Have Superpowers

Brian Michael Bendis
“I know this because the worst has happened. The thing I can’t live with… has happened. And for all our back and forth— and all the things we’ve said and done to each other… there’s one thing that I’ll never be able to tell anyone now… The one thing! The one thing I should have told you. But now I can’t… It wasn't worth it.”
Brian Michael Bendis

Kieron Gillen
“You can realize your dream, as long as it’s got enough nightmare in it”
Kieron Gillen, Iron Man, Volume 1: Believe

Daniel  O'Brien
“FDR’s struggle with illness and subsequent metal-filled life are remarkably similar to the story of another great leader who was part robot: Iron Man. FDR, much like Tony Stark, was cocky and arrogant before his life-changing diagnosis, but the years of suffering changed all of that, and he emerged more humble, more fearless, and ready to defend America. Also, FDR wore iron braces and used a wheelchair, which, for the purposes of this comparison, is exactly like a well-armed robot suit.”
Daniel O'Brien, How to Fight Presidents: Defending Yourself Against the Badasses Who Ran This Country

Aleksandr Voinov
“You want the truth? I’ve been fucked and betrayed often enough to not trust anybody. And that includes you.” Frank shrugged. “Don’t take it personal.”
“Join the club. We meet Tuesdays. We never share the location with each other, and we show up armed.”
Aleksandr Voinov, Collateral

Mark Waid
“We all want to live in a world where we can make a difference... That's why Spider-Man fights the good fight. Or Captain Marvel. Or me. Or... There are a lot of us. And we don't all wear masks these days. Iron Man went public. So did Captain America. Others. Probably because it's harder to keep secrets in an internet surveillance age. But I think some of it, too, is that the ethical paradox can wear you down. No one on the white-hat side has ever hidden his or her identity with less than noble intent: to make the fight about something bigger than us. To represent a greater justice, where the focus can be on right and wrong... and not on whether the bad guys will exact reprisal on those close to us. And sometimes you have to lie... because you can justify a lie if lives are riding on it. Even as you fight for, as the saying goes, truth and justice... even if you're a lawyer who has sworn to live by the truth... you willingly bear false witness.”
Mark Waid, Daredevil by Mark Waid, Volume 7

Margaret Stohl
“If you keep acting like an idiot and don't get yourself straight, someone's gonna get HURT because of it.”
Margaret Stohl, The Life of Captain Marvel #1

“Doth mother know you weareth her drapes?”
Tony Stark, Iron Man

“Iron Man: We have money!
Spider-Man: Thank's God!”
Iron Man

Alessia Esse
“Amiamo i mondi di fantasia perché il mondo in cui viviamo non ci soddisfa completamente. Troviamo conforto e rifugio nelle pagine di un fumetto, o nell’episodio di un telefilm epico, perché nella fantasia altrui troviamo ciò che la nostra realtà non ci ha ancora dato. Perché vorremmo di più dal mondo reale, e da noi stessi. Grazie a loro ci sentiamo diversi, migliori, forse più forti. Se Iron Man riesce a salvare il pianeta, allora anch’io potrò salvare gli alberghi di mio padre. Se Carrie Mathison riesce ad uccidere un terrorista, allora anche tu potrai fare un lavoro che non ti piace. Non c’è nulla di più immaturo, me ne rendo conto. Un uomo e una donna in età adulta che investono tempo e denaro in faccende da adolescenti. In molti la considerano una follia.”
Alessia Esse, La tentazione di Laura

Eoin Colfer
“The universe has certain rules. Among them are:
He who owns a sharp tool will eventually cut himself.
Laboratory accidents never result in super-hero-type powers.
And most applicable in this case:
He who laughs first gets caught.
The first rule could be, at a stretch, applied to Tony Stark and the Iron Man suit, considering recent events.
One notable exception to the second rule was currently swinging around New York City on a spider web, which did not bear thinking about.”
Eoin Colfer, Iron Man: The Gauntlet

Steven Magee
“I am not Iron-Man, I am Forest-Man!”
Steven Magee

Ana Claudia Antunes
“It's a great indy movie with many a spark,
Robert Downey Jr starring as Tony Stark.
Only that it didn't have the public recognition,
Now are the headlines about films in exhibition:

Many good movies with no channel to portrait
All end up with a few public to its own fate.
No need to say who made them obliterate.

(AnA Cross+Tic for Iron Man)”
Ana Claudia Antunes, ACross Tic

“I am Iron Man.”
Tony Stark