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Superior Iron Man 1

Today, Patrick and Mark are discussing Superior Iron Man 1, originally released November 12th, 2014.

Patrick: Let’s talk about Office Space. It’s a modern comedy classic, and while that Superman-3-inspired conflict is introduced far to late to be in any way meaningful, there are so many great gags and characters that buoy the movie. 1,513 more words

Alternating Current

16th November 1861.

Today in 1861 The Athenaeum Magazine recorded ‘Is certainly the funniest thing in the world…a vile caricature of a vain nobleman, extremely ignorant and extremely indolent’. 395 more words

November

Superior Iron Man #1 (Marvel)

Rating: 5/5- Tony Stark as Messiah to a ‘Perfect’ San Francisco.
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Gabe Bustamantez.

Iron Man is a character that’s not supposed to be likable. 732 more words

Comics

'Superior Iron Man' plays up Silicon Valley's dark side

Tony Stark is a character who’s supposed to be all about progress and looking toward the future, but there’s one aspect of his character that’s always seemed a little incongruous: He’s a weapons manufacturer.  794 more words

Books

Snapshot: Superior Iron-Man #1Reviewed by Glen Clark

Superior Iron-Man #1

Writer: Tom Taylor

Artist: Yildiray Cinar

Colorist: Guru-eFX

Let me start off by saying I don’t usually buy Iron Man, I grew up loving the Avengers comic in the 1980’s but I never did pick up any solo books, and I had stopped buying Avenger books when they became as bad as Mutant books having multiple titles and most of them twice a month. 341 more words

Well, Tony Stark is evil now.

My super-cool Skottie Young edition of Superior Iron Man #1 arrived in the mail today from Midtown Comics. From the pages of AXIS, the Red Skull’s telepathic brain waves have also affected Tony Stark. 446 more words

Marvel

Review: Superior Iron Man #1

Marvel’s AXIS is in full effect, and the heroes are villainous, the villains are heroic, with topsy-turvy being the staus quo du jour over at the House of Ideas. 468 more words

Comics