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Iron Man (Comic Book)

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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })The Iron Knight. The Armored (or Golden) Avenger. The Man In a Can. Ol' Shellhead. Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist.The Powered Armor Superhero.Go ahead, hum that Black Sabbath song. You know you want to.Tony Stark was a Millionaire Playboy and industrialist until a battlefield explosion left him with a damaged heart that threatened to kill him. Captured by the enemy forces, he is forced into manufacturing weaponry to aid them. Instead, he secretly designed and built a suit of armor in a cave, with a box of scraps to keep his heart beating and to escape from his captors, and in the process became the superhero known as Iron Man. The character first appeared in Tales of Suspense #39 (March 1963), created by writers Stan Lee, and Larry Lieber, along with artists Don Heck and Jack Kirby. He has served as the protagonist of several series since that time. Notable classic storylines include "Demon in a Bottle", which deals with his alcoholism, and "Armor Wars", where he goes on a vendetta after his technology is stolen and reproduced.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })In recent years, Iron Man has featured in Invincible Iron Man — a rather character-driven title that deals with the troubles of Tony Stark, as well as the politics of Iron Man. The writer Matt Fraction modelled the plot after the movies to some extent to make it a feasible jumping on point for new fans. In 2012, Fraction and Salvador Larocca's five year run ended so that Volume 4 could launch as part of "Marvel NOW", with Kieron Gillen and Greg Land switching from Uncanny X-Men.Iron Man, during the controversial Civil War story-line, chose to champion the Superhero Registration Act, which put him at odds with his long time friend and ally Captain America/Steve Rogers and resulted in a war between Stark's pro-registration heroes and Cap's anti-registration heroes. Although Stark championed Registration with good intentions (he insists it was to protect his fellow heroes from possibly being eradicated by the government following a superhero/villain related tragedy that resulted in countless civilian deaths), he did a number of questionable and downright unpleasant things to get it in place (see below). Stark's support of Superhero Registration would ultimately come back to bite him in the ass in Secret Invasion.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })Until the end of Secret Invasion, there was a second title, Iron Man: Director of S.H.I.E.L.D — a politics and espionage-based book, dealing with Stark's role as head of the international security organization. The last few issues were handed to Iron Man's ally War Machine.As of the dawn of the Heroic Age, Stark was rebuilding his financial empire from scratch. His vehicle to make this happen? Using technology provided by Danny Rand combined with his own repulsor technology to form one of the most astounding sources of clean energy ever seen. He was offering for investors to get in on the ground floor or be flattened by him in five to ten years. And the best part? His new company wouldn't be financed by manufacture of a single weapon. After Avengers vs. X-Men, Brian Michael Bendis confirmed that Iron Man would join the Guardians of the Galaxy in the Marvel NOW! series in early 2013.Tony returned back to Earth just in time to have his morality inverted during AXIS, setting up the nine-issue maxi series Superior Iron Man which took him to San Francisco in a silver Symbiote suit, acting all kinds of jerk-ish. He also served as a prominent figure in Jonathan Hickman's Avengers, serving simultaneously as a member of the Avengers and Illuminati to save the world from colliding into another universe — and failed. This brings us to Secret Wars, which sees the "Armor Wars" story revisited — set in the Technopolis domain — depicting a reality in which wearing an armored suit became mandatory for all citizens.After Secret Wars, Tony returned for a second Invincible Iron Man volume (written by Brian Michael Bendis), with a brand new suit of armor (of course), with Mary Jane Watson taking over Pepper Potts' job, Tony constantly running into Doctor Doom (who looks perfectly normal now), and having a gang of cyber ninjas after him. A second title, International Iron Man, had Tony running into an old girlfriend who is now a crime boss who wants to kill him, all while he was trying to find out who his biological parents were.Following the event Civil War II, Tony put away his suit in order for a new hero to take over—15-year old Riri Williams, an African-American girl who built her own suit of armor in her dorm room at MIT. Another title, Infamous Iron Man, sees Doctor Doom also putting on the Iron Man armor. Tony would later return to being Iron Man and reestablishing another company, again. In January of 2020, Marvel released the title Iron Man 2020 , which stars Tony’s brother Arno Stark.In non-comic media, a movie based on the character, Iron Man, was released in May 2008 with Robert Downey Jr. in the title role. It did well at the box office, and as of June 2008 had a 94% approval rating at Rotten Tomatoes, making it the best-received movie of the year, tying with The Dark Knight. This movie was followed by two sequels and other appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Prior to the movies, Iron Man had animated TV series in 1966 and 1994; for information on those, see here and here. In the wake of the movies, Iron Man: Armored Adventures is a cartoon that takes another approach to the mythos by having Tony and his friends be teenagers. Additionally, there is a 2011 anime by Madhouse, well-received by fans in concept partly on the basis that 1) the Japanese know Mecha, and Iron Man has a Mecha Suit, and 2) it wouldn't be that far off the mark for the character to have adventures in Japan, since he's a businessman with corporate branches and rivals all over the world.note In fact, his arch enemy is called The Mandarin and is a descendant of Genghis Khan. Not Japanese, but at least geographically close. The series led to Iron Man: Rise of Technovore, an Anime film made to promote the release of Iron Man 3. The character has also appeared in both Ultimate Avengers films as well as the prequel, The Invincible Iron Man. Iron Man featured in yet another animated feature in 2013, this time a team-up with The Incredible Hulk called Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United.Alongside Black Widow, Iron Man is also one of the very first playable heroes to be recruited for free in Marvel: Avengers Alliance (although technically, Hawkeye is also free because recruiting him is a part of the game's Forced Tutorial). Aside from being playable as Iron Man, Tony Stark himself also appears as a part of Mission Control and the consultant for S.H.I.E.L.D..Not to be confused with The Iron Giant, which was based on a Ted Hughes novel entitled The Iron Man. And please for the love of God, don't confuse this with Tetsuo: The Iron Man. Much pain will be spared from you.
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Secret Identity
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Secret Identity: Averted. Tony used to keep it a secret but it came out eventually. See Clark Kenting above.
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No Celebrities Were Harmed: Tony was based on Howard Hughes. And Errol Flynn. Who also drank like a fish.
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The Artifact
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The Artifact: The Tony Stark on Earth-616 isn't the original. He's actually a combination of the original Tony, brainwashed, killed, then brought back to life, and a teenage Tony from another dimension. This resulted from Heroes Reborn, and Marvel never mentioned it again, hoping for everyone to just forget about it. And then they did practically the exact same thing for the 2015 Secret Wars... down to Franklin Richards being the one who re-creates him.
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First, there was the highly-acclaimed "Demon In A Bottle" storyline. Justin Hammer had remote-hacked Iron Man's armor, resulting in the death of a foreign ambassador. Although Iron Man was ultimately absolved of wrongdoing, Tony nearly crawled into the bottle to stay because of this, until his friends snapped him out of it (just in time, too, since SHIELD was in the process of assuming control of Stark International).
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Super Intelligence: He is ranked among the smartest persons on earth in the Marvel Universe with Super-Genius class intelligence.
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Brainwashed and Crazy
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Brainwashed and Crazy: Like the rest of the Marvel superheroes, Tony turned evil thanks to the inversion spell during the AXIS event. Later subverted when Tony took measures to keep the reversal of the spell from affecting him, resulting in his Fallen Hero status in Superior Iron Man and Time Runs Out. Infamously, during 'The Crossing', Tony turned traitor and died due to having been brainwashed by Kang the Conqueror. Later this was retconned as the work of Immortus.
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Comic-Book Time has made it necessary to retcon many elements about his armor, from who built it to what kind of Techno Babble it runs off. Originally, Stark built it in the jungles of Viet Nam together with an elderly Chinese professor, and it was powered by transistors, while the most recent comics more or less follow the movies.
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Howard Hughes Homage
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Howard Hughes Homage: Tony was inspired by Howard Hughes and has many things in common with him, as a wealthy, brilliant businessman/engineer/playboy who was Hauled Before A Senate Subcommittee and struggled with a debilitating psychological problem.
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Reality Ensues
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Reality Ensues: In Christopher Cantwell's Iron Man #2, Tony breaks his arm saving civilians from a villain. In hospital, he tells his new crimefighting partner Patsy Walker that he can't get health insurance and will have to pay out of his own pocket for his medical treatment.
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Loves Only Gold
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Loves Only Gold: Supervillain Mordecai Midas is obsessed with gold. This is somewhat understandable in his later stories, since he now literally has to consume it to live.
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Wrong Genre Savvy: In the Crash and Burn storylinenote the 1968 Iron Man comic-line, aka "Iron Man Volume #1", issues #301—#306, Tony learns that one of the plants he'd acquired in buying out Stane International had been producing gamma bombs for the Pentagon, and the press had become aware, meaning that the Hulk was going to find out. Expecting the Hulk to come in to smash the place, Tony orders the plant evacuated, and waits for the Hulk to show up wearing Hulkbuster armor. When the big green guy does show, Tony throws the first punch. Hulk (who has Banners' intellect during this period) calls him out on this, stating that he only came by to discuss a timeframe for shutting the plant down, not to smash anything. Having reached an accord, Tony decides there's no time like the present, so they end up leveling the plant themselves.
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Crimefighting with Cash: All those armors are just one of the ways that Tony uses the bounty of Stark Industries as a superhero.
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Good Is Not Nice: He's a playboy, a glory hound and an irresponsible narcissist who would rather shift the blame onto someone else. Although some people might argue this is a more recent "development" for the character.
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Shoot the Dog: Tony as Director of S.H.I.E.L.D was extremely prone to taking morally ugly but pragmatic decisions.
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Non-Indicative Name: Only Iron Man's earlier armos were mostly made of iron. Played with in Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #2 when the title heroine infiltrates Stark Tower and overhears two employees: During Magneto: Not A Hero, the titular character is suspected of slaughtering a bunch of anti-mutant extremists (it's actually his clone, Joseph), and is called in to a meeting with Captain America and Tony, the latter of whom has made preparations for Magneto's abilities. Cue Magneto snarking that, "The Invincible Rubber Man" doesn't quite have the same ring to it. When was the last time the Hulkbuster armor managed to bust Hulk?
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Parental Abandonment: Tony complains that his father was cold, never around for him, and he seriously doubted that his father even loved him at all. This was eventually shown not to be the case.
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Guile Hero: Depending on the Writer, Iron Man can be shrewd and manipulative, for instance his "I hacked you while you were distracted" trick. Len Kaminski particularly wrote him this way.
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Lampshade Hanging: One issue in Matt Fraction's run has an increasingly amnesiac Tony recounting his original origin story. After it ends, he takes a moment to mock some of the more silly aspects of the issue, like his covering the Iron Man armor with a trenchcoat and fedora, along with the implausibility of where he found a trench-coat and fedora in the middle of a Vietnamese jungle, or Wong-Chu's "trial by champion" thing.
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Gender Bender: The problem with having a techno-organic supercomputer inside you is that someone might find a way to hijack it. Namely, a psycho Killer Robot with a severe complex that centers on one of your teammates. Tony was not amused when he woke up after being changed back to normal.
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Must Make Amends: Tony Stark after the events of Civil War. Justin Hammer (and, before his death, Obidiah Stane) had taken the company Tony's father had founded, and done lots of bad things with it. When Stark found out what Stane International had been up to after he'd reacquired it, he put everything else on hold so he could clean up their messes and make things right.
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Rogues Gallery Transplant: Some villains have gone back and forth between being a foe of IM or being a foe of someone else; Scarecrow, a former circus acrobat originally appeared as a foe of IM back in the 60s, but later tussled a bit with Captain America and the Falcon, and later became a major enemy of Ghost Rider. The Mandarin branched out a bit in the 60s, attempting to control the Hulk, fighting Captain America, the Inhumans, and was the villain of the first Avengers annual (with various other Avengers-related villains- The Enchantress and Skurge, the original Power Man, the Swordsman, and Living Laser- working for him). Speaking of Living Laser, he eventually became a regular villain for IM, despite his original appearances in The Avengers as having been a Stalker with a Crush on The Wasp. Grey Gargoyle had three notable encounters with Shellhead- once in the late '60s, again in the mid '80s, and the Fear Itself storyline in the New '10s- despite being primarily a Thor villain.
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Thou Shalt Not Kill: Averted on occasion in the comics... just ask Mallen. Oh, right, you can't. He has no head, but considering Mallen had sworn to kill the President, nothing less than death would stop him and his body was trying to get up after his head had been blasted off, you might argue Tony was spit out of options.
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Distaff Counterpart: Pepper Potts briefly, when she wore the Rescue armor in Fraction's run.
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Chivalrous Pervert: Tony is a well-known playboy.
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Beard of Sorrow: Tony grew this when he was a alcoholic bum living on the streets of New York.
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Insufferable Genius: He loves pointing out just how much smarter he is than everyone else. He's far worse as Superior Iron Man, where he doesn't even try to cover it up anymore: this version literally thinks he is the most capable and intelligent person in the world. Worryingly, this just might be true.
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Self Made Super Powers: During the "Extremis" six-issue arc, Tony Stark modified the titular virus to store his armor inside his body, directly interface with technology, use some of its powers without manifesting it, enhanced reflexes and regeneration of both his body and armor. He later develops Extremis 3.0, which grants him the ability to alter his appearance, Healing Factor, Enhanced Strength, Agility and Reflexes. He also claimed it can make people immortal.
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Wolverine Publicity: He starred in four different shows on four different networks (Iron Man: Armored Adventures on Nicktoons, The Superhero Squad Show on Cartoon Network, The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes! and Avengers, Assemble! on Disney XD, and Iron Man on G4). That's without even getting into the movies, which made him a famous character in an unprecedented level (probably the first film alone being responsible for all this publicity). Three other characters are on Armored Adventures, Superhero Squad, and The Avengers: Nick Fury, who's been getting pimped out by Marvel himself lately, MODOK, who is also a new character in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, and the Hulk. He's in his solo book, Hickman's Avengers book, Hickman's New Avengers, and Guardians of the Galaxy.
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Archenemy
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Archenemy: In his earlier years, this role was held by either The Mandarin, Justin Hammer, or Obadiah Stane, depending on who you asked.
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Mad Scientist
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Mad Scientist: The Mandarin, the Controller, and the Ghost. Tony has also clashed periodically with Advanced Idea Mechanics, a whole organization of Mad Scientists. Also Doctor Strange, one of his first major villains.
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Brilliant, but Lazy
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Brilliant, but Lazy: He sure built that arc reactor pretty quickly once he needed it and was said by Obadiah Stane to be more of an "idea man". He's more hard-working but quite hedonistic. Parodied in a scene in the Avengers, where Tony finds the idea of turning to look around a room exhausting.
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"Freaky Friday" Flip: In Iron Man (vol. 1) #255, a bizarre mutant with the ability to manipulate radio signals (who settles on going by "Freak Quincy") inadvertently links up with the Russian microwave satellite that was empowering Devastator during a training exercise against the Crimson Dynamo, somehow switching the minds of Tony Stark (who was trying to stop Quincy as Iron Man) and Valentin Shalatov (the Dynamo). Shalatov's lack of familiarity with the Iron Man armor resulted in a rather... unfortunate accident for Quincy, but Stark and Shalatov were able to find a way to reverse the process. The incident, although a "filler" issue as the comic was transitioning to the team of John Byrne and John Romita, Jr. at the time, was referenced much later on, when Shalatov needed Stark's help to stop the rampaging Titanium Man (the original, Boris Bullski). Obidiah Stane had used the mad scientist Dr. Atlanta to switch the minds of Bethany Cabe and Madame Masque. The gambit came into play after Stane's death, but the two were eventually switched back.
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Magnetic Weapons
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Magnetic Weapons: The repulsor rays in the gauntlets are pure magnetic force beams. Instead of propelling a projectile, they create a variable push (from "slam a Mook against a wall" to "blow a hole in a mountain").
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Blessed with Suck
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Blessed with Suck: Tony's incarnation in the in-universe cartoon for Ultimate Marvel universe may potentially be even smarter than mainstream Tony, and has a regenerative ability, because he has "undifferentiated neural tissue" (in laymen's terms, on the cellular level, his body is a brain) scattered throughout his body as a result of prenatal exposure to a retrovirus his mother was working on. The downside of this? Even when wearing his protective biosuit and plastered on booze, Ultimate!Tony lives in incessant, perpetual, inescapable pain. As in "being skinned alive" levels of pain. When his blood alcohol level drops, or if he takes the suit off, it gets even worse. He's also got a brain tumour that's due to kill him soon (from unrelated causes); one almost gets the impression he's relieved at the prospect.
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Barrier-Busting Blow
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Barrier-Busting Blow: Dramatically smashing through barriers in a single blow is practically a character trademark.
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Heart in the Wrong Place
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Heart in the Wrong Place: Averted by Iron Man, whose heart-sustaining arc reactor is located in the center of his chest.
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Powered Armor
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Powered Armor: The Iron Man armor is the likely Trope Codifier for comic books, and current example image on said page.
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Curb-Stomp Battle
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Tony has a few of these moments himself, for example when he's on the receiving end of a Curb-Stomp Battle (or is about to receive one, if he's just run out of weapons). When this happens, it's usually the Hulk who's involved.
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Escaped from Hell
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Escaped from Hell: In Legacy of Doom, Doctor Doom betrays Tony and traps him in Mephisto's Realm, where Mephisto declares that Tony will be trapped there FOREVER! Tony's response to this is to fight off both the minions of Hell and a demonic apparition of his father, and then use the power of technology to escape. All in the span of about thirty minutes, which may or may not set some sort of record where Badass Normals are concerned.
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Transhuman
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In the first arc of Mighty Avengers (vol.1), his Extremis-altered biology is used as an entrance point by an artificial intelligence... specifically, Ultron. Not satisfied with that, Ultron immediately used Tony's posthuman abilities to transform his body... into an identical copy of Janet Pym (aka the Wasp, whom Ultron has had a serious hangup with for decades...).
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Bootstrapped Theme
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Bootstrapped Theme: Iron Man was slated to appear in both Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter and Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of the Superheroes, but licensing issues due to a film project (that ultimately languished in Development Hell and died) prevented his inclusion. Thus, his friend War Machine (who was a Palette Swap of Iron Man) took his place in MvC1. Come MvC3 and the return of character themes, Iron Man received a remix of War Machine's theme, which was an expansive rearrangement of Iron Man's theme from Marvel Super Heroes. Consider this to be the musical equivalent of the Demon in a Bottle storyline.
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Clothes Make the Legend
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Clothes Make the Legend: His red and yellow armor, though far from the only set he uses, is emblematic of the character.
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Manipulative Bastard
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Manipulative Bastard: Tony has often fallen into this for what he judges is the greater good. Not surprisingly, this has lead to... strained relations with his friends and allies over the years. See Civil War and Armor Wars for the most prominent examples. The Mandarin, the Controller, Obadiah Stane, and Justin Hammer are skilled in manipulation. Stane once bought out his company.
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Body Surf
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Body Surf: In the third annual issue back in the 70s, anyone who held the wand of the (then-deceased) villain Molecule Man was eventually possessed by his essence. He is defeated when Man-Thing grabs the wand, and since he doesn't have a mind to possess, Molecule Man's essence disappears completely. Also, aformentioned occasion of Ultron taking over his mind... a later story where his mind was taken over by the son of Ho Yinsen who is looking for revenge on the people who murdered his father... and much earlier, when his body was hijacked by emergent artificial intelligence Vor/Tex.
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The Sponsor
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The Sponsor: In the story Demon In A Bottle, Tony Stark had a stint where he gave up the suit and wallowed in booze and despair for a while, but his then-girlfriend Bethany Cabe picked his ass up and got him back in the game.
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A.I. Is a Crapshoot
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Tony Stark has had to face off occasionally against advanced versions of his armor using older models. Some examples include when he battled his own armor gone Yandere in the Sentient Armor arc, and later facing off against Norman Osborn, who was using his Dark Avengers "Iron Patriot" suit, with a suit (literally) made in a cave, with a box of scraps.
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Mecha-Mooks
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Mecha-Mooks: Tony often uses old armors like this. When his body was possessed by Ultron and transformed into a robot version of the Wasp, the Avengers had to face an army of Mecha Mook Iron Man units.
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King Incognito
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King Incognito: For a few issues, Tony Stark decided he didn't want to be Iron Man any more, so he gave away his fortune and went to Silicon Valley under the alias of Hogan Potts. He worked as a normal grunt at a company. He didn't last long.
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold
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Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Even early on, he refused to trust his closest friends with his secrets until his back was against the wall, not because they would be endangered, but because he believed no one else was equal to the responsibility. Superior Iron Man shoves him firmly into Jerkass territory because of the morality inversion of the AXIS event.
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: Tony during the mid-1980s, when he spiraled downward into a status of a homeless drunk. He got better, but not before a long parade of indignities. Again in the Civil War-Dark Reign Marvel Universe, where Tony Stark became "villainous" or at least, less sympathetic than the opposition. Norman Osborn putting a bounty on his head is just the icing on the cake.
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Broken Ace
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Broken Ace: Even billionaire scientific geniuses can have serious personal problems.
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Virtual Ghost
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Virtual Ghost: Given Tony's expertise in the artificial intelligence field, the transferral of his consciousness to the digital realm occurs several times. Most notably in the Hypervelocity miniseries and in the 'Iron Man: Rapture' mini.
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Villain Forgot to Level Grind
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Villain Forgot to Level Grind: This is a recurring problem for Iron Man's Rogues Gallery. Tony is continually upgrading his technology, so that villains who were a challenge to his older suits of armor may be completely outclassed by Tony's later gear. In some cases, these villains become Rogues Gallery Transplants, while in others they are replaced by more powerful Legacy Characters.
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RobotRebellion
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The theme comes to its climax when Arno Stark and Baintronics reveal publicly that Tony is currently a digitally-saved "backup" of the original Tony's mind that was uploaded into a cloned human body (with Baintronic copyright stamps hidden in its blood cells, for added humiliation). The government rules that, no, Tony is not human any more, and thusly Stark Industries defaults to Arno Stark's possession. This causes Tony to get involved in the budding Robot Rebellion to earn human rights for artificial lifeforms.
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Pillars of Moral Character
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Pillars of Moral Character: Under Matt Fraction, it has been attempted to portray Tony as the true form of hero as applied to the real world; i.e. rather than as a simplified, idyllic vigilante directed at an unrealistic Strawman Political or Omnicidal Maniac. He is a true philanthropist—someone more dedicated to rescue work than warfare, towards building and helping rather than destroying, and towards more constructive, useful, and applicable definitions of true idealism and heroism than Marvel usually tends to use. Previous acclaimed writer David Michelinie once called Iron Man "the world's greatest force for good", and he may actually have a good point.
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Author Tract
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Matt Fraction has quite openly done this by very simply stating outright that all of Iron Man's problems boil down to his alcoholism. This was all the more painful for the fact that Fraction himself is a recovering alcoholic, pulling it into Author Tract territory.
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Pepper Potts, Black Widow, Bethany Cabe. If it's a significant Iron Man love interest, chances are it's a redhead. Though Pepper was a brunette originally.
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Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me
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Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: The armor that Tony built to replace his destroyed Silver Centurion suit contained an energy shield in the left gauntlet that Tony could use to protect himself from beam weapons.
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Body Horror
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Body Horror: There have been periods where he was literally trapped inside the armor, once when he was paralyzed he needed the suit to walk. Another time while fighting to keep his technology out of the wrong hands he had a rather vivid nightmare of being consumed by his own technology as a reflection of how much he depends on it to keep him alive. Then, ironically enough, at one point the armor was in fact passively killing him with its own electromagnetic fields. In 'Extremis', the titular bio-reconstruction process works by causing the whole body to become a giant open wound inside a cocoon of scabs, then heal it in the desired new form. Both the villain and Tony undergo the grotesque procedure; the body horror comes to light again when, during their climactic battle, the villain outright refuses to stop fighting until Iron Man, in mortal danger, vaporizes his head... and then, for a horrific moment, the headless body tries to get up again. In the first arc of Mighty Avengers (vol.1), his Extremis-altered biology is used as an entrance point by an artificial intelligence... specifically, Ultron. Not satisfied with that, Ultron immediately used Tony's posthuman abilities to transform his body... into an identical copy of Janet Pym (aka the Wasp, whom Ultron has had a serious hangup with for decades...). Then, there was 'Haunted', in the course of which SHIELD agents (Tony being their director at this point) bring the body of Karim Mahwash Najeeb - a UN official who had been murdered by henchmen of the Mandarin - aboard the SHIELD helicarrier for autopsy. Unfortunately the Mandarin had boobytrapped it with a synthetic weaponized tumor, which exploded from the corpse, attacked and assimilated anyone it could get to. It basically grew over the entire ship like some monstrous fungus, until Tony managed to stop it - by allowing it to assimilate him, and having his super-boosted immune system kill the entire thing at once. It's a grotesque and hideous scene, not in the last place because the growth has killed one of Stark's oldest friends.
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Technology Porn
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Technology Porn: Rather inevitable, given the premise is super high tech armor.
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Magic Versus Science
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Magic Versus Science: Stark is smarter than the average Flat-Earth Atheist, acknowledging that Doctor Strange and other magical characters are doing something beyond his understanding, but he finds magic and its defiance of physical laws, even those of a superhero universe, profoundly irritating and uncomfortable. This has had some negative consequences, as his taking a sample of Thor's DNA in an attempt to figure out how his "godly" powers work resulted years later in Civil War's Thor clone, who ended up killing one of Tony's friends on the other side of the war. Averted in What If? v2 #113, where Tony becomes the Sorcerer Supreme instead of Doctor Strange... and combines the Sorcerer Supreme magic with his Iron Man technology. The "Knightmare" storylines with Doctor Doom, involving Time Travel and the Arthurian legends, has Tony having to deal with magic, much to his frustration. When the two are brought to the year 2093 in the second story, Tony admits magic can have its benefits when he wields Excalibur and the sword is able to magically restore his armor. Also, in a Bad Future brought about by the horrible attempts to Set Right What Once Went Wrong in the Age of Ultron storyline, Tony Stark is an enfeebled dictator of the USA, sustained by the life-support his suit grants and commander of the Defenders against the demonic forces of Morgan le Fay, in a literal war between magic and science over New York City. Unfortunately, Tony, and therefore science, is fighting a losing battle, although it is implied were Hank Pym still around, the odds would have been evened. Hell, it's Pym's death that started events leading to the war in the first place. note : Wolverine and Sue Richards went back in time to stop Pym from creating Ultron and prevent Ultron's takeover of the world. Wolverine's "solution" to the problem was to kill him before he gets the chance, leading to the aforementioned Defenders vs Morgan le Fay timeline.
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Power Crystal
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Power Crystal: On the chest and palms, function as Repulsor Beam emitters.
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Yellow Peril
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Yellow Peril: His archnemesis is the Mandarin, who by his name you can tell he is an Asian themed villain. There's also his original enemy Wong Chu (who is colored yellow in Tales of Suspense #39), as well as several frankly embarrassing Asian opponents - especially Samurai Steel. The Mandarin, at least, is a reasonably respectfully portrayed one, who gets a fleshed-out, moderately sympathetic backstory and believable motives for his villainy.
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Badass Family
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Badass Family: Thanks to the revelation of his brother, Arno Stark. He tells Tony he doesn't want him to build him an armor... then he makes his own, the Mark MMXX (or 2020) armor.
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Anthology Comic
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Anthology Comic: Started out in Tales of Suspense.
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Reassigned to Antarctica
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Reassigned to Antarctica: When the FBI still wants to charge Tony Stark with resisting arrest, FBI agent Neil Stretch and Nick Fury argue about it again. Neil Stretch is transferred to the Alaska field office as a result.
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Chest Blaster
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Chest Blaster: The Uni-Beam is fired directly from the reactor at his chest. (Although it originally was not a reactor).
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Enemy Mine
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Enemy Mine: Every once in a while, Iron Man will need to team up with a villain or rival in order to overcome a greater situation. Dr. Doom in the time-travel episodes. When the Mandarin found himself opposing the Makluan dragons he'd helped unleash, he was forced to team up with Iron Man (and Iron Man) to stop them. The What If? issue "What If Iron Man Lost the Armor Wars?" (v2 #8) had an outlaw Tony Stark teaming up with some of his armored foes to get back at Justin Hammer, who'd caused his downfall because Ant-Man couldn't stop the "pest control" in the TransCorp computers.
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Everything Is an iPod in the Future
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Everything Is an iPod in the Future: The Superior Iron Man armor.
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Spandex, Latex, or Leather
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Spandex, Latex, or Leather: None. His powered armor is a space-age metal alloy!
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Transhuman
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Transhuman: His Extremis and Bleeding Edge upgrades made him essentially into this; one consisted of a body-altering technology letting him store most of his armor in the hollow parts of his bone where the marrow is normally found. The other was Nanomachines kept inside his body until mentally commanded to become his armor or turn into any type of structure upon Stark's skin like clothes, and also augmented his intelligence. Both upgrades were removed.
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Alternative Character Interpretation
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Alternative Character Interpretation: An in-universe example by Obadiah Stane in regards to his father. The original story was that when Obadiah was eight, he and his father (a drunk who could never hold a steady career) stayed at a hotel, where his father won a large sum of money gambling. The elder Stane was delirious with joy, and told his son his perpetually bad luck had finally changed, and to prove it, he played Russian Roulette with himself, with a six-shot revolver holding a single bullet. Guess how that turned out. However, Obadiah later decided that his father had at that moment intentionally chose to commit suicide, believing that life was a game, the world was his opponent, and despite his winning at gambling, the world would inevitably defeat him again.
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Intrepid Reporter
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Also inverted in the Invincible Iron Man series. Stark agrees to an interview with a journalist based on real-life Intrepid Reporter John Pilger, who wants to understand why Tony does what he does (and actually intends to peg him as a heartless profiteer of war). After being constantly railroaded by the interview, Stark cuts off the documentarian and admits yes, he creates weapons of war for use by the United States government, but goes on to explain that every microchip he manufactured for use in American smart-bombs has since being widely developed for civilian purposes; the technology itself isn't inherently 'good' or 'bad'. In short, he regards the development of weapons as an unfortunate, but necessary evil that finances his humanitarian projects.
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Off the Wagon
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Off the Wagon: Tony is a recovering alcoholic and is frequently tempted to go back to the bottle during emotionally charged storylines. He hasn't given in to that temptation for decades (real-time) until Fear Itself.
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Your Universe or Mine?
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Your Universe or Mine?: When placed opposite of any female character in Marvel vs. Capcom 3. This ranges from Crimson Viper to Tron Bonne to Hsien-Ko to Morrigan. The only exception? Amaterasu, who is a dog.
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BadassNormal
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Badass Normal: Out of their armor, both Stark and Rhodes can handle almost any threat until they can suit up.
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More Hero Than Thou
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More Hero Than Thou: One of Tony's subtler, yet oldest flaws is his near-overwhelming guilt/responsibility complex, which means he is always the first to try and leap into putting his own life on the line, even when it would be smarter to let some other hero take on the responsibility.
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Brought Down to Normal
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Brought Down to Normal: The storyline World's Most Wanted has Tony feeling this way as he deletes his brain and loses his intellect, though his abilities decrease well below average (Tony doesn't really see the difference). In the story "Stark Disassembled", Pepper feels this way as her heart-mounted repulsor generator and armored suit are dismantled to reboot the brain-dead Tony Stark.
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Locking MacGyver in the Store Cupboard
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Locking MacGyver in the Store Cupboard: His origin story. The terrorists/communists think that he will really follow up on his promise to build weapons for him.
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Shoulder Cannon
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Shoulder Cannon: War Machine, as well as the remote controlled armor, the Modular armor when Vor/Tex used it and the massive combat armor deployed against the Brides of Darkness.
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The Power of Hate
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The Power of Hate: Tony's Rogues Gallery is a varied bunch, but the one thing they all have in common? They are primarily motivated by their hatred of Tony Stark. The Mandarin Rings are an extreme example. The rings' sole purpose is to hurt Tony Stark, and they only choose people who either have a pre-existing grudge against Tony or could be easily manipulated into hating Tony.
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Rich Idiot With No Day Job
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Rich Idiot With No Day Job: Strongly averted. Stark plays hard, but he is quite publicly a sharp deal maker and a genius engineer with a workaholic streak. He turned a significant fortune into a monumental one, and has lost it and recovered it at least twice. He's also widely considered to be brilliant by both civilians and heroes and is consulted on scientific, engineering and medical matters.
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Meaningful Name
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Meaningful Name: Tony's middle name, "Edward" is translated in Old English as 'Rich Lord' or 'Rich Protector'.
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FanService
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Fanservice: For very bizarre and silly reasons, there was a scene in one comic book involving Tony having to fight another superhero. Only the two men were only allowed to do so naked, and wrestling. Also numerous instances where Tony wears nothing and a little black shadow.
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Variant Power Copying
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Variant Power Copying: Tony's suits usually have this ability, such as being able to copy Captain America's fighting moves by replicating them and then performing the motions, or copying Magneto's abilities using orbital satellites that can absorb electro-magnetic energy, or copying Venom's symbiote by using nanomachines that approximate the symbiote's biological abilities.
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Driven to Suicide
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Driven to Suicide: In the World's Most Wanted storyline, Tony decides to shut down his own brain to erase all the data in it and thereby foil Norman Osborn, doing so with a big grin, a lot of gallows humor, and a calm explanation to Maria Hill (when she attempts Reverse Psychology) that shooting himself in the head just wouldn't be reliable. Sure, he's fighting evil in a very tight corner, but them's not the actions of a sane and happy man. When Obadiah Stane has made his final move and is facing checkmate, he chooses to cheat Tony out of his victory and calmly repulsors his own head off. When Kathy Dare - crazy stalker lady who shot Tony - attended his 'funeral', she ended up taking a gun to herself, weeping for herself and for Tony.
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Once Done, Never Forgotten
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Once Done, Never Forgotten: No one will forget that Tony led the pro-reg side in Civil War in-universe and that this led to Captain America's death when the man surrendered, as well as many superheroes losing their lives, livelihoods or freedom. He becomes Reformed, but Rejected but comes to agree everyone has the right to hate him when his brain is being rebuilt and he insists on seeing what he did, against Captain America's protests.
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Fiction 500
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Fiction 500: He runs a Mega-Corp and can still redirect some money into an advanced lab and a collection of truly expensive◊ armor.
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Clark Kenting
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Clark Kenting: For most of the character's history, Iron Man had a secret identity. The cover story was that Iron Man was Tony's bodyguard...despite the fact that he hardly ever was seen in the same place as Tony, which would make him one of the worst bodyguards ever. Plus, when trouble struck, Tony would run off, and then Iron Man would show up a second later, without the guy he was supposed to be protecting! No one put two and two together because for several decades because he appeared together with Iron Man many times, thanks to allies wearing the armor and the judicious use of androids which either looked exactly like him or wore the armor.
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Up to Eleven
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It’s taken Up to Eleven by the Avengers Academy game, in which Tony does things like refer to Thor as sexy, call T’Challa handsome to his face, tease Loki for hitting on him and compliment his hair, openly check out Captain Britain’s biceps, and seems to have no problem with the concept of himself and Steve as a couple, all while still flirting incessantly with female characters like Pepper, Nadia Pym, and Natasha Romanoff.
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Descent into Addiction
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Descent into Addiction: The Demon in a Bottle story arc from 1979 deals with Stark's slow descent into alcoholism. Although he managed to seemingly beat the addiction by the end of the arc, it returned later to further ruin his life, and has been a major defining element for the character ever since.
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Politically Incorrect Villain
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Politically Incorrect Villain: Mallen is rather open about how he thinks the KKK is a force of good. The original depiction of Wong Chu and the Mandarin were very politically incorrect, given the Yellow Peril thing.
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Adaptational Badass
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Adaptational Badass: Many villains who have gotten a Jobber reputation fighting the Avengers have proven to be dangerous individual opponents for the Armored Avenger.
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Healing Shiv
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Healing Shiv: The Ghost slaps a device onto Tony's armor that makes him just as intangible as the Ghost. Tony can't remove it and can't touch anything at all, not even food or water. Tony's afraid that he'll die of hunger or thirst if he doesn't find a way to get the device off. He eventually uses an electromagnetic pulse to short the device out and become solid again, but it's still stuck to his armor. Unless they can find a way to remove it in six minutes, they're back to square one. That's when Rhodey pulls out his gun and tells Tony to brace himself. Putting the gun right over the device, Rhodey shoots Tony at point-blank range and shatters the device:
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Why Did You Make Me Hit You?
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Why Did You Make Me Hit You?: Towards the Anti-Reg side in Civil War when he sent villains after them and sent them to a prison in the Negative Zone. He also does it to Steve in New Avengers by asking why he always has to be like this before the Illuminati wipe his memories of his time with the Illuminati. His words to Mallen's corpse after decapitating him with a repulsor ray: "Damn you. Damn you for making me do that" (though to be fair to Tony, he did spend the entire preceding fight trying to talk Mallen into standing down even after Mallen nearly killed him in their first bout).
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Honest Corporate Executive
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Honest Corporate Executive: An integral part of his original character. In stories that focus on or involve his running of Stark Industries, he's shown to have honorable practices like the "no selling weapons to terrorists" thing. (In some, he will not even sell weapons to the US military for fear that they will be misused, though this was not part of his original characterization.) Naturally, this will also depends on the writer, and Civil War in particular didn't show him as this.
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Gold-Colored Superiority
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Gold-Colored Superiority: Iron Man is often called "The Golden Avenger" even though he's mostly red nowadays (although he once had a fully golden armor).
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Suicide Is Painless
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Dare's lawyers over the years had, in fact, kept her from being institutionalized previously, and it was apparently her lawyers who got her on a prescription drug she shouldn't have been allowed near, that resulted in her committing suicide. Jennifer Walters, in her own comic, encountered a completely amoral lawyer, the head of Tony's legal department who chose to be known simply as 'Legal' and displayed absolutely not a shred of morality either way.
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Badass Mustache
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Badass Mustache: Tony is one of the few mainstream heroes in comics that regularly sports a mustache. It has also been modernized to a Goatee.
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The Alcoholic
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In Iron Man (vol. 1) #184, James Rhodes and two other guys were working on creating their own tech company, they were getting ready to leave for California. Tony Stark came up asking for a job. In the past few months he had lost his company, lost access to his money, gave up being Iron Man and is homeless. Not only that but he had only spent a week being sober. Tony was afraid that he would be rejected for what happened. But Rhodey and the others promptly accepted him.
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He's Back
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He's Back: A few times, most notably involving overcoming his alcoholism. First, there was the highly-acclaimed "Demon In A Bottle" storyline. Justin Hammer had remote-hacked Iron Man's armor, resulting in the death of a foreign ambassador. Although Iron Man was ultimately absolved of wrongdoing, Tony nearly crawled into the bottle to stay because of this, until his friends snapped him out of it (just in time, too, since SHIELD was in the process of assuming control of Stark International). A few years later, Obidiah Stane came along, and manipulated Stark in many ways to force him back into the bottle. Stark was forced to relinquish the armor to Jim Rhodes, and then lost Stark International to Stane. With his personal fortune frozen, Stark hit Skid Row hard, and would've died in a blizzard, if not for his need to protect a newborn baby. With a newfound respect for life, Stark cleaned himself up, and joined Rhodey and the Irwin twins in moving to California to start anew. He'd have been happy enough, doing jobs for Cly and Morley, but after Tony had to go back in action in a prototype suit, Stane decided Stark was a threat again, and decided to target Stark's friends. Cue Stark donning the brand-new Silver Centurion armor and flying to Long Island to kick Stane's ass six ways from Sunday, driving Stane (despite his Iron Monger suit) to kill himself.
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Power Glows
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Power Glows: The Repulsor Beam emitters glow when in use.
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Technopath
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Technopath: Tony could interface with machines using his mind after his Extremis and Bleeding Edge upgrades.
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Only in It for the Money
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Only in It for the Money: After Tony lost his company to Obadiah Stane, he moved out to California with some friends to start a brand-new electronics company. Rhodey used the Iron Man armor as a hired mercenary to obtain seed money.
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Back from the Dead
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The NTU-150 Telepresence Unit is the logical extreme of this trope, as unlike his other suits, it was a full-fledged robot controlled via a subspace link connected directly to Stark's brain. Especially useful considering that, at the time, Stark had just come Back from the Dead, and needed time to gain full use of his own artificial nervous system.
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Reed Richards Is Useless
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Reed Richards Is Useless: Even the tiniest pieces of Tony's powered armor technology could solve any number of problems, from enabling paraplegics to walk, to replacing bulky forklifts with compact wearable lifting gear, to potential solutions for the world's energy supply. Why doesn't he release it? Because releasing it to civilians only doesn't solve the problem of potential misuse.
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Capitalism Is Bad
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Capitalism Is Bad: The comics play with this on some occasions. Stan Lee and Larry Lieber noticed that all the businessmen in the Marvel Universe, and for that matter comics in general, were those of the Corrupt Corporate Executive type, and thus decided to create a superhero who averted this trope in the form of Tony Stark (AKA Iron-Man) to demonstrate that Capitalism was not inherently evil. Some of the villains that he faces, like Obadiah Stane, lack any of Stark's integrity and take advantage of armed conflicts to make a profit. Thus the beneficial and detrimental effects of Capitalism can be played up in certain storylines.
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Stalker with a Crush
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Stalker with a Crush: Three. Kathy Dare, who shot him for rebuffing her and then tried to claim he was the abusive one at her trial; Tiberius Stone, who tried to lock his mind in a virtual program after a strategic isolation campaign, and one of his own armors, who was practically an abusive boyfriend when it became sentient.
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Flawed Prototype
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Flawed Prototype: Several of Tony's armors fit into this category, such as his original armor being too bulky while a later armor proved to be susceptible to control by Ultron. This is a result of his tendency to immediately attempt to use a new suit in the field as soon as he completes it, without bothering to properly test it first. In Tony's defence, this is mainly because most of his new suits are created to immediately stop whatever threat destroyed or damaged their predecessor, focusing more on overcoming whatever weakness led to the destruction of the previous armour before his foe can cause more damage and only learning about other issues later.
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Technological Pacifist
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Technological Pacifist: Tony eventually becomes one by swearing military contracts.
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IKEA Weaponry
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IKEA Weaponry: For years, Tony has made Iron Man armors that collapse and store inside his briefcase. Then Extremis let him store most of the undersheath in the hollow parts of his bone where the marrow is normally found, calling on the rest of the suit when in need. The next step was an armor based on fibrous 'liquid' armor, inspired by the armor of the time travelling Iron Lad, which stored inside Tony's body entirely but could deploy incredibly rapidly, almost organically growing in the blink of an eye.
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Monster Modesty
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Monster Modesty: The villain Fin Fang Foom is a giant space dragon that only wears a pair of purple underwear.
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Phlebotinum Dependence
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Phlebotinum Dependence: The electromagnet keeping his heart beating was this for a good portion of his history.
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Hand Blast
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Hand Blast: Iron Man's stock weapon are his palm-fired repulsor beams.
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Nothing Is the Same Anymore
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Nothing Is the Same Anymore: Stark's external pacemaker chestplate, which he kept hidden for some time, is eventually discovered by the public and he finally received professional medical treatment for his heart condition. Extremis. This Warren Ellis story changed Iron Man for good, it seems - new repercussions keep popping up and there is no sign of it stopping. And then it stopped when Tony completely rebooted his biology.
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Evil Counterpart
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Evil Counterpart: Most of the armored villains he fights could be considered Evil Counterparts to some degree, particularly Obadiah Stane / Iron Monger. Titanium Man was a very on-the-nose one; Crimson Dynamo a not-so-evil counterpart. Tony Stark: Iron Man seems to be setting his brother Arno up for this role; whilst as brilliant as Tony is, he's also a moral absolutist, who will give out his science-based assistance when asked, but in ways that are often Be Careful What You Wish For. In his first feature in TS:IM #5, Arno allows the workers on a ranch of bio-engineered "ethical cattle" to be stampeded to death when he figures out they've created a Hive Mind that can feel the pain when its individual members are killed, coldly refuses to help a band of Saharan farmers who ignored his instruction to not plant more of the desert-growing grain he gave them, and mocks the man he transplanted a replacement arm onto after it turns out that something of the arm's original owner's consciousness still survives in the arm.
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What Measure Is a Non-Human?
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What Measure Is a Non-Human?: By Tony Stark: Iron Man, Tony has decided his morals command him to be on the "AI are people too" side of the debate. He hires the Ultron-designed Fem Bot Jocasta specifically to be the Stark Unlimited AI interface, to avoid exploiting or denigrating artificial intelligences. At her instruction, he removed his former suit-controlling AI Friday and transplanted her into a gynoid body. Likewise, in issue #6, she calls him out on planning to simply blow away the robot data-thieves that are attacking his company just because it's expedient and they're legally okay to kill. Ironically, Jocasta is revealed to have herself a case of Pinocchio Syndrome, secretly using Tony's new ultra-immersive virtual reality "eScape" to fantasize about being human, after earlier abortive attempts at using an image inducer to pretend to be a human amongst the other employees went embarrassingly wrong. Then she makes an attempt to transfer her consciousness from her gynoid body into a bio-engineered biodroid body. The theme comes to its climax when Arno Stark and Baintronics reveal publicly that Tony is currently a digitally-saved "backup" of the original Tony's mind that was uploaded into a cloned human body (with Baintronic copyright stamps hidden in its blood cells, for added humiliation). The government rules that, no, Tony is not human any more, and thusly Stark Industries defaults to Arno Stark's possession. This causes Tony to get involved in the budding Robot Rebellion to earn human rights for artificial lifeforms.
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Evil Costume Switch
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Evil Costume Switch: After AXIS, Tony begins sporting a suit of sleek, silver armor as the Superior Iron Man.
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Made of Iron
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Made of Iron: Literal as of the dawn of the Heroic Age. It becomes less literal after he has it removed from him.
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Time Travel
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The "Knightmare" storylines with Doctor Doom, involving Time Travel and the Arthurian legends, has Tony having to deal with magic, much to his frustration. When the two are brought to the year 2093 in the second story, Tony admits magic can have its benefits when he wields Excalibur and the sword is able to magically restore his armor.
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Three-Point Landing
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Three-Point Landing: The cover of Issue 76 for the 1998-2004 volume of The Invincible Iron Man features Tony punching the ground doing the pose◊. The rest is history in iconography.
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Rogues Gallery
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Rogues Gallery: Coming up with an Arch-Enemy for a hero who is already His Own Worst Enemy is no easy feat. During his early years as a "commie smasher", many of his villains had fairly obvious ties to the Iron Curtain. The Mandarin and Crimson Dynamo are the only villains from this era to retain their original prominence. The former fit the aesthetic of a "heroic knight vs evil sorcerer" dynamic, but his Fu Manchu-esque origins have been problematic for some writers. And with the Crimson Dynamo suit being state property, it's rarely operated by the same person. This complimented Stark's own fears of SHIELD or the Pentagon forcibly taking his technology away from him, but did not make characterization easy. When the Cold War angle was dropped, writers created arc villains like Edwin Cord, Obadiah Stane, and Justin Hammer, and had some Grade-C Avengers villains take on Shellhead individually to see if any of them would stick (Living Laser is the most prominent of these).
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My God, What Have I Done?
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My God, What Have I Done?: When the Watcher paid him a visit and showed him two alternate outcomes to Civil War. After being rebooted in "Stark Disassembled", he was then shown a record of the Civil War. He breaks down in tears.
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Benevolent Boss
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Benevolent Boss: During the Tony Star: Iron Man run, Tony's personal think-tank is established as a crazy place full of weird science, whose workers absolutely love it there because Tony listens to them, engages them in honest debate, and is more than happy to fund even crazy-sounding ideas just to see if they can work. The very first issue has Tony recruiting a robotics developer he humiliated at a robotics design expo some 25 years ago, and by the episode's end, the man declares he couldn't be happier to be working with Tony.
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Affirmative Action Legacy
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Affirmative Action Legacy: Following Civil War II, with Tony in a regenerative coma, a new hero had to take over—15-year old Riri Williams, an African-American girl who builds her own suit in her dorm room at MIT.
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Flying Brick
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Flying Brick: The Iron Man armor grants Tony both hypersonic flight and extreme superstrength.
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Hero Insurance
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Hero Insurance: Tony tries to cause as little collateral damage as possible. This is because Stark Enterprises' facilities are frequently the sites of his battles, and when they're not Tony will compensate whoever's property he wrecks.
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Flying Firepower
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Flying Firepower: When he's not brawling, he hangs back and uses energy blasts to drop his targets.
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Remote Body
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Remote Body: Iron Man can control his suits at a distance; he even uses remote-controlled armor while he's crippled. The NTU-150 Telepresence Unit is the logical extreme of this trope, as unlike his other suits, it was a full-fledged robot controlled via a subspace link connected directly to Stark's brain. Especially useful considering that, at the time, Stark had just come Back from the Dead, and needed time to gain full use of his own artificial nervous system. After Avengers Vs. X-Men, Tony has developed armor capable of being remotely operated across intergalactic distances, with no apparent problems with response lags.
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Embarrassing Middle Name
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Embarrassing Middle Name: Anthony Edward Stark. Not much embarrassing, but he prefers not to make it well-known.
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Red Scare
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A large chunk of the early stories in Tales of Suspense focus on Red Scare plots and villains. That includes the Black Widow as a villain and later Hawkeye who she has wrapped around her finger.
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Rollerblade Good
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Rollerblade Good: When Tony needs to get around fast and he can't fly, such as being indoors, some of his suits have pop out roller skate wheels in his boots to skate around on.
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Oh, Crap!
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Oh, Crap!: If you're a regular mook without superpowers of your own, seeing Iron Man arrive on the scene is often cause for this. Tony has a few of these moments himself, for example when he's on the receiving end of a Curb-Stomp Battle (or is about to receive one, if he's just run out of weapons). When this happens, it's usually the Hulk who's involved.
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Deadpan Snarker
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Deadpan Snarker: Mostly subverted; fans of the movies may assume Tony fits this trope, but it's really not a major quality in his comic book depictions. Although some writers have been borrowing more from Robert Downey Jr.'s portrayal and incorporating this trope more into Tony's characterization as time goes on.
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Face–Heel Turn
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Face–Heel Turn: Whether or not he did this during Marvel's Civil War is a touchy topic that has led to natter on this page. The Crossing. The less said about it, the better. Played classically straight during AXIS when his alignment was inverted by a spell cast by Doctor Doom and the Scarlet Witch. However, he was the only formerly heroic villain who designed the means to stay a villain in case the spell was reversed - which was exactly what happened. This is how he became the Superior Iron Man. This has since been undone following the post-Secret Wars (2015) multiversal reboot.
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Got the Call on Speed Dial
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Got the Call on Speed Dial: Every time Stark gets his armor wrecked, he just goes and builds a new one. Pepper's doing this, too. She briefly had her own set of armor that she had to give up to help save Tony. As soon as he's recovered, she's on his case to rebuild it.
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Be Careful What You Wish For
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Tony Stark: Iron Man seems to be setting his brother Arno up for this role; whilst as brilliant as Tony is, he's also a moral absolutist, who will give out his science-based assistance when asked, but in ways that are often Be Careful What You Wish For. In his first feature in TS:IM #5, Arno allows the workers on a ranch of bio-engineered "ethical cattle" to be stampeded to death when he figures out they've created a Hive Mind that can feel the pain when its individual members are killed, coldly refuses to help a band of Saharan farmers who ignored his instruction to not plant more of the desert-growing grain he gave them, and mocks the man he transplanted a replacement arm onto after it turns out that something of the arm's original owner's consciousness still survives in the arm.
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I Did What I Had to Do
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Tony has often fallen into this for what he judges is the greater good. Not surprisingly, this has lead to... strained relations with his friends and allies over the years. See Civil War and Armor Wars for the most prominent examples.
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Kingpin in His Gym
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Kingpin in His Gym: The Mandarin frequently practices against multiple martial artists, sometimes brutally murdering them with his bare hands.
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Retcon
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Retcon: Way back when, Tony was depicted as one of the founding members of S.H.I.E.L.D., being present when Nick Fury was inducted as Director. Due to the nature of Comic-Book Time (where SHIELD was always founded in the sixties), this was gradually phased out. In more recent decades, a new retcon has come in where instead it was Howard Stark who helped found SHIELD. Comic-Book Time has made it necessary to retcon many elements about his armor, from who built it to what kind of Techno Babble it runs off. Originally, Stark built it in the jungles of Viet Nam together with an elderly Chinese professor, and it was powered by transistors, while the most recent comics more or less follow the movies.
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Epic Fail
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Epic Fail: Bert Hindel's attempts to legally protect Tony's technology during the Armor Wars arc...and his later attempt to get revenge on Tony after he was fired by portraying Kathy Dare as an innocent victim of Tony's drunken abuse.
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Science Hero
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Science Hero: Reed Richards was first, but Tony is the Trope Codifier in comic books because he fights with his inventions.
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Amoral Attorney
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Amoral Attorney: As the head of Stark Enterprises' legal department, Bert Hindel was assigned by Tony to protect his technology by legal means after it was stolen by Spymaster and then resold by Justin Hammer during the Armor Wars arc. Unfortunately, Hindel completely fumbled the ball, forcing Tony to resort to attacking everyone who was using his stolen tech and forcibly deactivating it. Tony fired Hindel for his poor performance... and then when he was shot and nearly killed by Kathy Dare, Hindel reappeared as her defense attorney. He tried to portray her as an innocent victim reacting to Tony's drunken abuse, with the hope of parlaying the trial into a lucrative book deal. Unfortunately, he screwed up once again when Tony's new lawyer introduced testimony from Dare's psychiatrist, and Dare ended up being confined in a mental institution. Dare's lawyers over the years had, in fact, kept her from being institutionalized previously, and it was apparently her lawyers who got her on a prescription drug she shouldn't have been allowed near, that resulted in her committing suicide. Jennifer Walters, in her own comic, encountered a completely amoral lawyer, the head of Tony's legal department who chose to be known simply as 'Legal' and displayed absolutely not a shred of morality either way.
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HollywoodCyborg
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Hollywood Cyborg: He's become more and more this over the decades. Early on, he relied in his chestpiece for survival. Then came the Extremis which was bound with his nervous system. Then the entire suit became part of his body. But then the writers reverted him to only relying on a chestpiece for survival. And now, his entire body has been rebooted so there is no technology in there at all anymore.
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What If?
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When the Watcher paid him a visit and showed him two alternate outcomes to Civil War.
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It's All About Me
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It's All About Me: At one point, Tony's attending a funeral for a group of heroes in Invincible Iron Man and his internal monologue is complaining about Thor ignoring him — he'd cloned Thor and sent the clone after his friends, but all Tony cared about were his own hurt feelings.
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Knight Templar
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Knight Templar: When Tony's technology was stolen by Spymaster and then resold by Justin Hammer, Tony became determined to get it back and prevent it from hurting anyone... no matter what the cost. This led to the Armor Wars story arc, and Tony eventually even Lampshaded the fact that he was verging on this trope.
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Upgrade vs. Prototype Fight
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Upgrade vs. Prototype Fight: Tony Stark has had to face off occasionally against advanced versions of his armor using older models. Some examples include when he battled his own armor gone Yandere in the Sentient Armor arc, and later facing off against Norman Osborn, who was using his Dark Avengers "Iron Patriot" suit, with a suit (literally) made in a cave, with a box of scraps. This idea was played with in Matt Fraction's "Five Nightmares of Tony Stark" storyline. In that story, a villain got his hands on some of Stark's tech, and used it to create armies of cheap, expendable Iron Men suicide bombers. Though Tony never fought the knock-offs directly, the situation was one of his titular nightmares: not a better version of his suit but a cheaper one, something that could be mass-produced.
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Costume Copycat
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Costume Copycat: Tony's downward spiral left him in no shape to pilot the Iron Man armor. Fortunately, Rhodey proved a capable replacement until Stark pulled himself together. In thanks, Tony would eventually make Rhodey an armored suit of his own called War Machine.
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Ambiguously Bi
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Ambiguously Bi: He's The Casanova and all of his canonical love interests have been women, but he also seems to have a thing for teasing/making Double Entendre remarks towards male characters. Not to mention the fact that he publicly apologizes to both men and women when his dating profile is taken down in the comics....and when it’s put back up, it noticeably allows both men and women to send requests. There’s also a party scene from the Superior Iron Man issue that displays a half-naked Tony surrounded by both men and women who are also in various states of undress — while in his bedroom. It’s taken Up to Eleven by the Avengers Academy game, in which Tony does things like refer to Thor as sexy, call T’Challa handsome to his face, tease Loki for hitting on him and compliment his hair, openly check out Captain Britain’s biceps, and seems to have no problem with the concept of himself and Steve as a couple, all while still flirting incessantly with female characters like Pepper, Nadia Pym, and Natasha Romanoff.
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Accidental Hero
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Accidental Hero: A French sculptor becomes a hit for the statues he apparently carves of terrified women. Fellow business tycoon Rae LaCoste gets Tony one as a gift. Tony accidentally chips it while finding somewhere to put it, and worries about getting hell from Rae. The statue suddenly turns into a living woman, who reveals to Tony that the French sculptor is actually the supervillain Grey Gargoyle. The Gargoyle was turning real women into statues and selling them as sculptures. The Gargoyle's power usually wears off after an hour, but he coated the women with a special chemical polish that kept them from turning back to flesh and blood. When Tony chipped the "statue", he unwittingly disrupted the polish and freed the woman from the Gargoyle's power. Needless to say, Tony went after the Gargoyle as Iron Man.
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Beleaguered Bureaucrat
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Beleaguered Bureaucrat: Tony Stark during his Director of S.H.I.E.L.D. period had some serious aspects of this, being portrayed as constantly struggling to keep up with the bureaucratic demands of running America's most powerful secret governmental agency singlehandedly. Especially during Knauf's run.
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Millionaire Playboy
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Millionaire Playboy: He's extremely wealthy, and luxuriates in the pleasures that his wealth enables him to access. Unlike a certain other iconic comic millionaire playboy, he's not faking the fun-loving hedonist aspect of his personality, it just doesn't prevent him from also wanting to do the heroic thing.
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Anti-Hero Substitute
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Anti-Hero Substitute: Doctor Doom stepped up for a time when Tony was in a coma and he himself was in his heroic phase, under the unofficial moniker of the 'Infamous Iron Man'. Stark was one for himself during Superior Iron Man.
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Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter
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Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter: Carla Strange, the daughter of Doctor Strange, the Mad Scientist who threatened both America and the USSR with nuclear armageddon. Eventually, she turned against her father's ambitions and helped Iron Man defeat him.
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Really Gets Around
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Really Gets Around: "Every time you kiss Iron Man, you taste Galactus.◊" And that list is woefully incomplete and outdated, too. Within the first episode of the animé adaptation, he's already flirted with two women, both main characters, the first within the first five minutes of the show.
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When All You Have Is a Hammer...
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When All You Have Is a Hammer...: War Machine. In his case, it's "When all you have is an electric minigun, a missile box and a crapload of other guns".
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Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy
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Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy: The Mandarin is a proud and arrogant man whose martial arts skills let him tear through Tony's Iron Man suits with his bare hands. Also the Masters of Silence.
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The Adjectival Superhero
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The Adjectival Superhero: Most instances of the comic follows the tradition, viz. The Invincible Iron Man.
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Cutting the Knot
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Cutting the Knot: The Ghost has attached a device to Tony's armor that makes him intangible and will make Tony die of hunger and thirst unless he can find a way to get the thing off. Tony manages to regain his solid form, but he still needs to think of a way to remove the device from his armor. Rhodey simply blows it to pieces with his gun.
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Badass Bookworm
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Badass Bookworm: Tony Stark is the man who builds high tech suits of armor for his heroing.
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Let's You and Him Fight
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Let's You and Him Fight: Subverted in an issue where a rogue Tony ends up fighting War Machine (they've done this a couple times). It's staged to look realistic so Rhodey's superiors are happy.
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Water Source Tampering
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Water Source Tampering: Tony's plan in Superior Iron Man involves infecting people with Extremis via the water supply.
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Artistic License – Nuclear Physics
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Artistic License – Nuclear Physics: In Tales of Suspense #49, guest starring Angel of the Uncanny X-Men, Angel is accidentally caught in Tony Stark's nuclear weapons test. His immediate first thought afterwards? He can feel his personality getting eviler. And no, it's not just implied by his actions, he literally states the radiation made him evil. At no point does he mention feeling anything, like crippling radiation sickness.
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Opium Den
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Opium Den: Where The Mandarin was born, according to the Invincible Iron Man annual.
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Fallen Hero
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Fallen Hero: Earns this status after he deliberately avoids the reversal of the inversion spell from the AXIS storyline, from Superior Iron Man to the beginning of the Secret Wars storyline.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: The British Iron Man tech in Ultimate Armor Wars is suspiciously reminiscent of a certain Halo protagonist. In Iron Man vs. Whiplash #3, Tony hides out at a Swiss hotel, when the receptionist says he looks familiar he claims to be Robert Downey Jr. Going way back, Tony once had a luxury yacht with the nameplate Throatwabbler Mangrove.
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Charles Atlas Superpower
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Charles Atlas Superpower: While Tony has concocted defenses against the Mandarin's rings, he's got nothing against his Kung Fu.
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Corrupt Corporate Executive
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Justin Hammer (and, before his death, Obidiah Stane) had taken the company Tony's father had founded, and done lots of bad things with it. When Stark found out what Stane International had been up to after he'd reacquired it, he put everything else on hold so he could clean up their messes and make things right.
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Flat-Earth Atheist
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Stark is smarter than the average Flat-Earth Atheist, acknowledging that Doctor Strange and other magical characters are doing something beyond his understanding, but he finds magic and its defiance of physical laws, even those of a superhero universe, profoundly irritating and uncomfortable. This has had some negative consequences, as his taking a sample of Thor's DNA in an attempt to figure out how his "godly" powers work resulted years later in Civil War's Thor clone, who ended up killing one of Tony's friends on the other side of the war.
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Corporate-Sponsored Superhero
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Corporate-Sponsored Superhero: Tony Stark's cover for Iron Man was that he is Tony's bodyguard, sponsored by Stark Industries.
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ImpossiblyCoolWealth
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Impossibly Cool Wealth: Especially the Ultimate version of Tony, who very much is a 'you can't take it with you' capitalist. Examples: an island village/research facility floating high up in the air; an airplane which has a luxury suite inside it, suspended in liquid teflon so you never notice any turbulence; an Iron Man 'suit' the size of two football stadiums.
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What the Hell, Hero?
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What the Hell, Hero?: Not in those exact words so much, but Hawkeye's reaction to Iron Man's actions in the Armor Wars. Also, the Hulk when Tony tried to pick a fight with him (see Wrong Genre Savvy below).
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Break Out the Museum Piece
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Break Out the Museum Piece: On -various- endless occasions, Stark has had to don his older armor despite the fact that all of Tony's old armors were destroyed several times. (Apparently Tony likes to rebuild them.) The Iron Legion in issues 299-300 were all obsolete when they were used.
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Dark Action Girl
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Dark Action Girl: Madame Masque, one of his villains, is one. As is Justin Hammer's granddaughter (and the Mandarin's daughter) Sasha, when she's piloting Detroit Steel - or, indeed, when she is in an expensive dress, or her underwear.
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The Chessmaster
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A few years later, Obidiah Stane came along, and manipulated Stark in many ways to force him back into the bottle. Stark was forced to relinquish the armor to Jim Rhodes, and then lost Stark International to Stane. With his personal fortune frozen, Stark hit Skid Row hard, and would've died in a blizzard, if not for his need to protect a newborn baby. With a newfound respect for life, Stark cleaned himself up, and joined Rhodey and the Irwin twins in moving to California to start anew. He'd have been happy enough, doing jobs for Cly and Morley, but after Tony had to go back in action in a prototype suit, Stane decided Stark was a threat again, and decided to target Stark's friends. Cue Stark donning the brand-new Silver Centurion armor and flying to Long Island to kick Stane's ass six ways from Sunday, driving Stane (despite his Iron Monger suit) to kill himself.
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Friendship Moment: In Iron Man (vol. 1) #184, James Rhodes and two other guys were working on creating their own tech company, they were getting ready to leave for California. Tony Stark came up asking for a job. In the past few months he had lost his company, lost access to his money, gave up being Iron Man and is homeless. Not only that but he had only spent a week being sober. Tony was afraid that he would be rejected for what happened. But Rhodey and the others promptly accepted him. Tony and Rhodey would fight soon afterward, though, because Rhodey was suffering from migranes that caused him to believe Tony was going to take the armor back from him. Rhodey went on a rampage that forced Tony to don his new prototype suit to stop him; at the end of the fight, Tony was able to convince Rhodey that he wasn't out to take the armor back, and the two shook hands again. (Rhodey would later discover his headaches were caused by his own guilt, and when Tony ultimately did become Iron Man again, he accepted the change.)
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Temporarily a Villain
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Temporarily a Villain: During the Crossing, Iron Man went insane and became a villain, only to be replaced briefly by a younger version of himself from a different time.
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Either/Or Title
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Either/Or Title: "Alone Against A.I.M." or "What a Way to Start Out in Your Own Mag!!"
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Breakout Character
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Breakout Character: He was originally considered a B-list hero compared to the likes of Spider-Man and Wolverine, but after the success of his first film and subsequent sequels, he has come to equal both of them in popularity and became Marvel's new mascot.
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The Blacksmith
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The Blacksmith: Tony Stark's more iconic moments in visual media show him doing some literal blacksmithing; pounding out molten iron with hammers and pouring it into molds. Shirtless. He was this literally during 'Fear Itself' as he worked with the dwarves of Niffleheim.
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Action Girl
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Action Girl: Tony's love interest Bethany Cabe is a professional bodyguard and troubleshooter. His former assistant Maria Hill fits too, and Pepper was one for a time when she wore the Rescue armor. Riri Williams, as Iron Man / Ironheart is the actionest of action girls.
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Sexy Stewardess
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Sexy Stewardess: Tony Stark's private flight attendants are so sexy, they double as go-go dancers.
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A God Am I
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A God Am I: Post-Inversion Tony, in Superior Iron Man: when Daredevil accuses him of playing God, Tony goes on a rant about how he's the most intelligent, capable person on the planet, and that he's not playing God: "all this time... [he's] been playing human."
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Science Is Useless
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Science Is Useless: Averted here in that if you attack him with magic, don't expect much considering Stark is usually able to use his scientific knowledge and technology to beat any spell you throw at him. As demonstrated in Iron Man v5 #23-26, when Tony travels to the realm of the Dark Elves to recover four of the Mandarin's rings, then in the possession of Malekith the Accursed; the vicious hordes of the Dark Elves set out to hunt him in their forests... He escapes with the rings after eventually giving them a beatdown exploiting their weakness to iron... and from then on, Dark Elf children who are misbehaving to their elders are chided with "You better behave, or the Iron Man will come to get you!" In What If? v2 #113, Tony became Sorcerer Supreme — but still used his armor. The issue climaxed with Stark beating and humiliating the Dread Dormammu singlehandedly. This version of Tony is like a heroic version of Doctor Doom, except better.
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Tangled Family Tree: Obadiah Stane's son, Ezekiel, is in a relationship with Sasha Hammer, the daughter of Justin Hammer's daughter and the Mandarin. That's a union of most of Tony's arch enemies. Now if it turns out his mom's Sunset Bain... 'Stane and Bain', how could they resist?
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Hauled Before a Senate Subcommittee
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Hauled Before a Senate Subcommittee: In the 1960s, Stark is faces this situation and it takes so long that the batteries of his hidden chestpiece/external pacemaker run low and he collapses from his heart condition. When an attending doctor opens his shirt, it is finally exposed to the world that Tony Stark is a very sick man.
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Heart Light
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Heart Light: Iron Man's power source resembles one of these given it's place in his chest.
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Bad Future
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Also, in a Bad Future brought about by the horrible attempts to Set Right What Once Went Wrong in the Age of Ultron storyline, Tony Stark is an enfeebled dictator of the USA, sustained by the life-support his suit grants and commander of the Defenders against the demonic forces of Morgan le Fay, in a literal war between magic and science over New York City. Unfortunately, Tony, and therefore science, is fighting a losing battle, although it is implied were Hank Pym still around, the odds would have been evened. Hell, it's Pym's death that started events leading to the war in the first place. note : Wolverine and Sue Richards went back in time to stop Pym from creating Ultron and prevent Ultron's takeover of the world. Wolverine's "solution" to the problem was to kill him before he gets the chance, leading to the aforementioned Defenders vs Morgan le Fay timeline.
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Everything Sensor
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Everything Sensor: Tony's various armors have various sensor functions installed, second to none in the Marvel universe, to the point it's almost a bit of a joke. When the Avengers enter an area or land somewhere, one of the first things that happens is invariably Iron Man making a remark like "My sensors are picking up/ not picking up any X".
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For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself
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For Halloween, I Am Going as Myself: Averted in Iron Man (vol. 3) #33 - Tony went to a costume party dressed as Captain America.
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Decoy Protagonist
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Decoy Protagonist: Although "The Coming of Squirrel Girl" from Marvel Super Heroes #8 was billed as an Iron Man story, and it opens with him testing a new invention, the story is really all about Squirrel Girl, with Iron Man himself getting embroiled into the conflict between her and Doctor Doom.
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Nemesis Weapon
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Nemesis Weapon: Iron Man's enemy the Titanium Man wears a suit of armor like Tony Stark's, but one that's much bulkier and contains nothing but offensive weaponry, as opposed to the more versatile toolset in the Iron Man armors.
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Light Is Not Good
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Light Is Not Good: The Superior Iron Man suit looks like an Apple product, given its white, silvery design. But the man inside is a greedy, extremistic, self-righteous douchebag.
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Flanderization
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Flanderization: Matt Fraction has quite openly done this by very simply stating outright that all of Iron Man's problems boil down to his alcoholism. This was all the more painful for the fact that Fraction himself is a recovering alcoholic, pulling it into Author Tract territory. Matt Fraction did something similar with the "Repulsor generator". Repulsors are Iron Man's signature weapons - palm-mounted energy beams which push really hard against things. Possibly in a reaction to the movie's arc reactor, Fraction promoted the repulsor to an energy source instead and not just an energy source for technology - it also turns people into super-people when you implant one in them. Ultimately, the repulsor tech was the root and spine of Iron Man - when it had started out as simply one weapon of many.
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Old Shame
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Old Shame: In-Universe, the nose armor is one of Tony's biggest regrets in design choices.
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Humongous Mecha
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Humongous Mecha: Tony created a modular giant armor, twenty stories tall, which assembles itself out of two submersibles, two gunships, a large and a small aircraft, and which he likes to call the Fin Fang Foom-buster. Some of the non-canon stories have Tony piloting these, while the Hulkbuster armors verge on this trope. Rhodey has the War Machine Satellite, which can turn into a giant mecha. Although Tony didn't design it, his company built Red Ronin, the piloted giant robot built to fight Godzilla in Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Marvel no longer has the license for Godzilla, but Red Ronin still shows up from time to time. Tony once was offered the possibly most powerful and massive mecha in the Marvel universe - the 25,000 feet tall Godkiller, which destroyed armies of Celestials. Humongous might actually be underselling it. And then he built a supercolossal armor himself to use to fight threats like the Celestials; a 2000-foot tall armor, powered by at least seven generators, called 'GK II'; however, it distinctly underperformed compared to its namesake.
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Contagious Powers
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Contagious Powers: Rhodey and now Pepper received armored alter-egos in "War Machine" and "Rescue" and this is justified in that building high-tech armor is what Stark does.
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Clingy Costume
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Clingy Costume: Originally, Tony Stark had to constantly wear his chestplate to keep himself alive.
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Jerkass
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Superior Iron Man shoves him firmly into Jerkass territory because of the morality inversion of the AXIS event.
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Jet Pack
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Jet Pack: The thrusters and repulsors of the armor allow Iron Man to fly really long distances. The main verniers are on his feet. His back generally carries flaps for air stability and braking.
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Powers as Programs
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Powers as Programs: Tony is always coming up with new design ideas for his armor. He'll even incorporate his competitors' and enemies' ideas into his armor if he thinks they'll be useful.
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Easily Forgiven
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Easily Forgiven: A perfect example of the differences of opinion about his actions: He never does these things for sh*ts and giggles, but always to protect people. Tony and Reed Richards cloned Thor during Civil War, and the clone then went on to murder Bill Foster/Black Goliath. Thor was pissed off for a while but forgave him quickly after Siege. He also hunted his friends like animals during Civil War, particularly Steve, who forgave him as soon as Steve himself came back from the not-really-dead. He's also been part of the Illuminati, which contributed to the Skrulls being able to infiltrate so easily, who shot the Hulk into space, while Tony himself later injected She-Hulk with a serum which stopped her from being able to turn into She-Hulk because he was worried that she would tear him apart for what he'd done to her cousin. The strife between him and Captain America as a result of their opposing viewpoints during the time the Incursions were threatening to destroy Earth ended with the fighting literally to the death as the planet was being destroyed by the Final Incursion; there was no forgiveness as the event was cut out of history post-Secret Wars.
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Suspiciously Similar Substitute
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Suspiciously Similar Substitute: In the first issue of the 2015 volume of Invincible Iron Man Tony dates an East Asian scientist who has invented a cure for the X-Gene. No, Tony is not putting the moves on Kavita Rao. Meet Amara Pereira, everyone! Riri Williams is also not very different from Lila Rhodes, Jim's engineering niece, who herself is not very different from Natasha Irons over at the Distinguished Competition. He also recently hired a new personal assistant who, like Pepper Potts before her, is a red-haired firebrand who has dealt with superheroes before; Mary Jane Watson!
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Science Is Bad
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Science Is Bad: Played with in the sense that Tony Stark's scientific advances are meant to benefit mankind, but many of his enemies either try to steal Stark's knowledge for their own personal gain, or use their own scientific talents for evil. Science itself is not evil, but it can be used by evil people. At one point, Stark is compelled to destroy his armor so its secrets won't fall into the wrong hands, but then realizes that he has a responsibility to use his science smarts to defend against those who use their science for evil. Emphatically inverted when he confronted the Goddess (the villain from The Infinity Crusade - a religious nutjob with the power of a goddess), who wanted him to forgo the cold truths of science for the (admittedly bogus) spirituality she offered. In response, Tony virtually read her a catechism of science, ending with a jab at her own evil and greed. Also inverted in the Invincible Iron Man series. Stark agrees to an interview with a journalist based on real-life Intrepid Reporter John Pilger, who wants to understand why Tony does what he does (and actually intends to peg him as a heartless profiteer of war). After being constantly railroaded by the interview, Stark cuts off the documentarian and admits yes, he creates weapons of war for use by the United States government, but goes on to explain that every microchip he manufactured for use in American smart-bombs has since being widely developed for civilian purposes; the technology itself isn't inherently 'good' or 'bad'. In short, he regards the development of weapons as an unfortunate, but necessary evil that finances his humanitarian projects. The Mandarin decides on this in the Hands of The Mandarin arc, creating an enormous mystical ritual to shut down technology world-wide as part of his plan to conquer and "restore" the world.
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Tim Taylor Technology
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Tim Taylor Technology: In the earliest issues, the function of the "transistors" Tony developed was to provide more power — "My tiny transistors are so powerful that they can increase force of any device a thousandfold!"
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Heart Trauma
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Heart Trauma: Part of his origin story is getting shrapnel stuck near his heart.
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Faking the Dead
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Faking the Dead: While he was clinically dead for a bit, Stark was immediately put into a cryogenic state so that Dr. Sondheim and Abe Zimmer could get to work literally rebuilding his nervous system. In an attempt to protect everyone else, and to keep his opponents from coming for him while he was in this state, Tony let everyone believed he was dead. Which he technically was, of course.Trying to explain it to his best friend, though, doesn't go so well.
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Easy Evangelism
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Easy Evangelism: It was an easy matter for Iron Man to persuade the Crimson Dynamo to defect from his Soviet masters and come and work for Stark Enterprises by faking an order from Comrade K that he was to be liquidated as soon as he had completed his sabotage mission in America. Dynamo believed it immediately, "because he knew how treacherous all Communists are."
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 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heart Light / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heart Trauma / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heel Realization / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hellish Horse / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Henshin Hero / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hero Insurance / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hero of Another Story / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heroes Unlimited / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heroic Host / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heroic RRoD / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heroic Safe Mode / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
He's Back / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Homeless Hero / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Honest Corporate Executive / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Honest John's Dealership / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
How Do I Shot Web? / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Howard Hughes Homage / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hulk Speak / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Humongous Mecha / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Am Not Left-Handed / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Fell for Hours / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Lied / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Need a Freaking Drink / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Was Quite a Fashion Victim / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Iconic Outfit / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Character / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Outfit / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Identity Impersonator / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Impossibly Compact Folding / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Improvised Armour / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
In Space, Everyone Can See Your Face / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Inspector Javert / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Instant Armor / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Insufferable Genius / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Intangibility / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Interchangeable Asian Cultures / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Intercontinuity Crossover / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Interface with a Familiar Face / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
International Showdown by Proxy / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Invisibility Cloak / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Irisless Eye Mask of Mystery / int_6a4bddd6
 IronMan
seeAlso
Iron Man (Comic Book)
 IronManRiseOfTechnovore
seeAlso
Iron Man (Comic Book)
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Ironic Nickname / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Island Base / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
It's Personal / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Jack-of-All-Stats / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Japan Takes Over the World / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Jet Pack / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Jungle Opera / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Just Think of the Potential / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kavorka Man / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kinetic Weapons Are Just Better / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
King in the Mountain / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
King Incognito / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lantern Jaw of Justice / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Laser-Guided Amnesia / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lawful Evil / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lawyer-Friendly Cameo / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Legacy Immortality / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Let There Be Snow / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Life-or-Limb Decision / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Like That Show, But with Mecha / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Liquid Courage / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Living Clothes / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Living Doll Collector / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Living on Borrowed Time / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Living Statue / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Locking MacGyver in the Store Cupboard / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Loves Only Gold / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Loyal Phlebotinum / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Luxurious Liquor / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Made of Phlebotinum / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mafia Princess / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Magical Negro / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Magnetism Manipulation / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Man in the Machine / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Martyr Without a Cause / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mechanical Horse / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mega-Corp / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Memetic Psychopath / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Merchandise-Driven / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Merger of Souls / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Meta Mecha / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Metal Detector Checkpoint / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Millennium Bug / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Millionaire Playboy / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mini-Mecha / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Misaimed Marketing / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mis-blamed / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mistaken for Own Murderer / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Moment of Weakness / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Momma's Boy / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Morally Ambiguous Doctorate / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
More Dakka / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
More Expendable Than You / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
More Hero Than Thou / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Moustache de Plume / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mugging the Monster / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Muggles Do It Better / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mundane Solution / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Must Make Amends / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
My Real Daddy / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
My Species Doth Protest Too Much / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Nanomachines / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Nay-Theist / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Nemesis Weapon / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Never the Selves Shall Meet / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
New Season, New Name / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
90% of Your Brain / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
No One Could Survive That! / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
No Plans, No Prototype, No Backup / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
No Pregger Sex / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
No Transhumanism Allowed / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Non-Idle Rich / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Normally, I Would Be Dead Now / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Not His Sled / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Not-So-Harmless Villain / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Nothing Is the Same Anymore / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Nuke 'em / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Oedipus Complex / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Off the Wagon / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Offhand Backhand / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Old Guard Versus New Blood / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Old Retainer / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Old Save Bonus / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Omnidisciplinary Lawyer / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
One Drink Will Kill the Baby / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
One Last Smoke / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
One-Man Industrial Revolution / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Our Gargoyles Rock / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Out-of-Clothes Experience / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Overlord Jr. / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Painful Transformation / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Paying for the Action Scene / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
People Jars / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Personal Gain Hurts / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Phlebotinum Dependence / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Plot Technology / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Pointy Ears / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Pompous Political Pundit / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Portmanteau Couple Name / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Posthumous Character / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Power Crystal / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Powered Armor / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Pragmatic Hero / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Pre-Mortem One-Liner / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Precision-Guided Boomerang / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Pretender Diss / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Primary-Color Champion / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Progressively Prettier / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Promoted Fanboy / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Psychic-Assisted Suicide / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Psycho Ex-Girlfriend / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Psychological Projection / int_6a4bddd6
 Ptitlels44m36afkrs
seeAlso
Iron Man (Comic Book)
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Puny Earthlings / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rage Quit / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Real Song Theme Tune / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Really Gets Around / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Red Baron / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Red China / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Reed Richards Is Useless / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Refusal of the Call / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Reinventing the Telephone / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Relationship Writing Fumble / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Remember the New Guy? / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Remote Body / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Renegade Russian / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rich Genius / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rich Idiot With No Day Job / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rival Turned Evil / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Robot Names / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Robots Enslaving Robots / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rock Beats Laser / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rocket-Powered Weapon / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rogues Gallery Transplant / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rollerblade Good / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Rummage Sale Reject / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Russian Roulette / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Safe Word / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Salt and Pepper / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Sarcastic Devotee / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Saved from Development Hell / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Scars Are Forever / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Science Hero / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Scrap Heap Hero / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Second Law of Metafictional Thermodynamics / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Secondary Color Nemesis / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Self-Made Man / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Self-Made Superpowers / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Servile Snarker / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Sexy Secretary / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Share the Male Pain / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Shaving Is Science / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Shoulder Cannon / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Shoulders of Doom / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Signature Line / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Signature Move / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Single-Episode Handicap / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Smart People Build Robots / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Smart People Play Chess / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Some of My Best Friends Are X / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Soviet Superscience / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Start My Own / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Stat-O-Vision / int_6a4bddd6
 Steel
seeAlso
Iron Man (Comic Book)
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Steven Ulysses Perhero / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Strong and Skilled / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Subways Suck / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Suddenly Ethnicity / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Superhero / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Super Prototype / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Super Reflexes / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Supersoldier / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Super Speed / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Super Toughness / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Superman Stays Out of Gotham / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Surprise Checkmate / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Swiss Cheese Security / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Symbol Swearing / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Taken for Granite / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Talking in Your Dreams / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Tangled Family Tree / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Technology Porn / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Teen Genius / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
10-Minute Retirement / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Thanatos Gambit / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Adjectival Superhero / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Alcoholic / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Charmer / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Complainer Is Always Wrong / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Exotic Detective / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Gadfly / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The New '20s / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Nicknamer / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Not-Love Interest / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Pornomancer / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Power of Hate / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Power of the Sun / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Psycho Rangers / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Queenpin / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Real Heroes / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The '60s / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Sponsor / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Spymaster / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Teetotaler / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Unchosen One / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Unfought / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
The Wild Hunt / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Thematic Rogues Gallery / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
This Is a Drill / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Threatening Shark / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Three-Point Landing / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Throwback Threads / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Throwing Off the Disability / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Time and Relative Dimensions in Space / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Tin-Can Robot / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Token Motivational Nemesis / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Toxic Phlebotinum / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Transformation of the Possessed / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Tricked-Out Shoes / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Troll Fic / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Tron Lines / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Trust Password / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
hasFeature
24-Hour Armor / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Two-Keyed Lock / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Tyop on the Cover / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Uncle Pennybags / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Underestimating Badassery / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Underwear of Power / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Unlimited Wardrobe / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Unreliable Voiceover / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Unusual User Interface / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Upgrade vs. Prototype Fight / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Variant Power Copying / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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[Verb] This! / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Villain Respect / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Villainous BSoD / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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We Would Have Told You, But... / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Wealthy Philanthropist / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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What Did I Do Last Night? / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Why Am I Ticking? / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Why Did You Make Me Hit You? / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Wimpification / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Worthy Opponent / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Yellow Peril / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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You, Get Me Coffee / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Young Conqueror / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Your Costume Needs Work / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Your Normal Is Our Taboo / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Your Size May Vary / int_6a4bddd6
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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You're Insane! / int_6a4bddd6
 AvengersInGalacticStorm
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Iron Man (Comic Book)
 Avengers Assemble
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Iron Man (Comic Book)
 Iron Man & Captain America: Heroes United
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Iron Man (Comic Book)
 IronManAndHulkHeroesUnited
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Iron Man (Comic Book)
 The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!
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Iron Man (Comic Book)
 The Iron Giant
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Iron Man (Comic Book)
 ironman
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Iron Man (Comic Book)
 Iron Man (Comic Book)
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Husky Russkie / int_6a4bddd6