Character Corner: Iron Man’s Garage

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We promised a bonus episode and here it is. Fresh off of Endgame and our 2 part Iron Man series we jump into Tony Stark's garage. We go through some of his major armors and how some of them were represented in the MCU.

Also, prepare yourselves cause in a few weeks we'll be back with Part 1 of our Chris Claremont X-Men run series. 

Armors:

  • Mark I & II - Tales of Suspense #39 & #40
  • Mark III & IV - Tales of Suspense #48 (Mark III) & Iron Man vol 1 #38 (Mark IV)
  • Mark VII Silver Centurion - Iron Man #200
  • Mark VIII (New Red & Gold) - Iron Man #231
  • Variable Threat Response Battle Suit Mark I (War Machine Armor) - Iron Man #281
  • Telepresence Armor - Iron Man #290
  • Modular Armor (Mark XI) -  Iron Man #300
  • Post-Heroes Reborn Renaissance Armor - Iron Man Volume 3 #1
  • Model 29
  • Extremis Armor- Iron Man Vol 4 #5
  • Bleeding Edge - Invincible Iron Man #25
    • Iron Destroyer - Fear Itself #7
  • Black Armor - Invincible Iron Man #517
  • Model 40 & 41 - 
  • Black & Gold - Iron Man Volume 5 #1
  • Endo-Sym - Superior Iron Man #1
  • Model Prime - Invincible Iron Man vol 2 #1
  • Speciality Armors
    • Stealth
    • Space
    • RESCUE
  • Buster Armors
    • Hulkbuster
    • Thorbuster
    • Phoenixbuster

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