Iron Man

Iron Man

Believe

Book - 2013
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Tony Stark is Iron Man: Technological visionary, wealthy playboy, unparalleled engineer, and armored Avenger. But in one terrifying instant, his greatest invention becomes his greatest mistake. The lethal techno virus Extremis is out in the wild and out for grabs to the highest bidder! Introducing the Circle, a mysterious high-tech brotherhood of mech-knights, as Tony's hunt for the rogue Extremis Units takes him to the island of New Camelot! As he dogfights the secret Russian Black Exoskeleton Academy's greatest pilot, Iron Man must act fast...and Tony Stark must build faster! It's up to Tony to contain Extremis, and that means creating a new suit of armor...NOW!

IRON MAN VOL. 1: BELIEVE includes a code for a free digital copy on the Marvel Comics app (for iPhone®, iPad®, iPad Touch® & Android devices) and Marvel Digital Comics Shop. Additionally, this collection also features special augmented reality content available exclusive through the Marvel AR app - including cover recaps, behind the scenes features and more that add value to your reading experience at no additional cost.



COLLECTING: Iron Man (2012) 1-5



Baker & Taylor
Tony Stark hunt for rogue Extremis units takes him to New Camelot, Colombia, and Paris where he encounters old foes and mech-knights called the Circle.

Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., 2013
ISBN: 9780785168331
0785168338
Branch Call Number: Teen Graphic Novel MAR
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 27 cm
Alternative Title: Believe

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mexicanadiense
Mar 03, 2015

Brilliant first volume: Gillen's Stark and Land's Iron Man make for a terrific combo. Old shellhead is in excellent hands post-Matt Fraction.

DC387 Dec 31, 2014

Storyline was so so but I expected more from the Artwork.

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Keogh
Sep 13, 2014

Gillen takes on the writing for Iron Man with this volume, having Tony Stark trying to deal with the presence of Extremis out in the world and the people who want it. While Gillen is as usual a good writer and handles the characters well, the book is hampered by the art. Greg Land has a well established reputation in the industry for derivative art, particularly in how he draws people. Facial expressions and body language suggest that the man spends far too much time watching certain items of adult entertainment. It gets tedious after awhile.

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duane767
Oct 04, 2013

Meh. The art is great and seeing Greg Land tackle machinery (he is a wizard with faces and expressions), while impressive could not save this volume for me. I miss Matt Fraction.

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