IRON MAN v3 (1998-2004)

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Iron Man v3 #1
Looking forward
Fecha: 1998.02| Créditos: Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #1, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

Iron Man is back as the old Tony Stark after being in the «Hereos Reborn» universe for the past year. Iron Man takes out some mercenaries as we see the beginnings of the Maria Stark Foundation (MSF). A gala (cocktail party) ensues as Tony rubs elbows with all those that have been in his life in the past. Morgan Stark shows up to test his patience and Tony turns down Leah. Origin revisited as he ponders thoughts. He takes a walk to the MSF building site. Tony’s look into his life is side tracked as the Death Squad appears. Their objective is to see Tony Stark dead. Using his smarts and getting into the armor, Iron Man defeats the Death Sqaud. Tony decides not to persue gaining Stark-Fujikawa back but starting a new venture in consulting called «Stark Solutions!»


Iron Man v3 #2
Hidden assets
Fecha: 1998.03| Créditos: Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #2, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

Pepper is again the executive secratary to Tony Stark. We find out a little about Pepper and Happy’s current relationship. Tony’s in the Alps consulting for Countess Stephanie De La Spirosa. Iron Man does a little investigating and finds an underground manufacturing plant. Tony confronts Stepanie and is attacked. Tony takes out small army before Dreadnoughts show up.


Iron Man v3 #3
The art of the deal
Fecha: 1998.04| Créditos: Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #3, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

Dreadnoughts attack Iron Man. Iron Man lures them to fight the flying ship and searched for Stepanie.Doreen and Happy get happy together. Stepanie spills her guts to Tony over dinner about the Arms Merchant. Iron Man takes on 4 Dreadnoughts and gets his information. Tony and Stepanie get it on and Doreen is revealed.


Iron Man v3 #4
Trouble in paradise
Fecha: 1998.05| Créditos: Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #4, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

Webvoyager is introduced as Stark Solutions browser. They are on a island in the Caribbean’s called Isla Suerte. Tony is doing a little R&R as he is told the story of the fall out between Pepper and Happy. Tony stares at Rumiko for a long time. Firebrand introduced and Iron Man takes him out, but not before he does damage to the island resort. Firebrand returns and helps a nearby volcano become active again.


Iron Man v3 #5
Into the fire
Fecha: 1998.06| Créditos: Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #5, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

Iron Man does the hero thing and saves people as the island burns. Firebrands origin is revealed. Rhodey and the natives shoot it out with the Flamming Sword. Iron Man And Firebrand duke it out. With the help of Ramona Napier, Iron Man out-smarts Firebrand.


Iron Man v3 #6
In deep
Fecha: 1998.07| Créditos: Richard Howell, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Patrick Zircher (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #6, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

Iron Man meets up with the Black Widow. Tony and Natasha do some catching up. Doreen revealed. Tony captured to be a slave. Balck Widow to the rescue. Iron Man and Tuatara battle to a standstill as S.H.I.E.L.D. shows up.


Iron Man v3 #7
Live Kree or Die! 1/4: Bad moon rising
Fecha: 1998.08| Créditos: Richard Howell, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #7, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

Tony and Carol Denvers have a heart to heart. Warbirds origins revisited and she loses her cool. Tony heads over to Powersource, Inc. for consulting. Kree Legionaires are there for weapons. Warbird and Iron Man clash with them. Sentry #571 shows up for the fight.


Iron Man v3 #8
The hunt
Fecha: 1998.09| Créditos: Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #8, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

Tony and Yvette Avril are being chased by Whiplash. Tony changes in armor and they engage in combat as Tony has flashbacks of current events. Spymaster and his thugs beat Tony to the brink of death as Black Widow comes to the rescue.


Iron Man v3 #9
Revenge of the Mandarin 1/2: Field of honor
Fecha: 1998.10| Créditos: Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #9, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

Tony is dying as Balck Widow tries to revive him. Puts on armor and heads to battle the Mandarin. Figures that the Mandarin is the source of all the attempts on his life with a brief origin of their past encounters. Iron Man aids the Winter Guard. Dragon of the Heavens appears and Iron Man gets captured by the Mandarin.


Iron Man v3 #10
Revenge of the Mandarin 2/2: In the belly of the beast!
Fecha: 1998.11| Créditos: Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #10, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

The Avengers join the Winter Guard in battling the Dragon of the Heavens. Tony and the Mandarin battle with both wits and fists. Iron Man defeats the Final Guardians before he destroys the power core of the Dragon. Has Iron Man died?


Iron Man v3 #11
Schedule conflicts
Fecha: 1998.12| Créditos: Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #11, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

Tony’s new house introduced. Jane Foster tells Tony that the Armor is killing him, preventing him from recovering from his injuries. Carol Denvers and Tony have another fight. Tony IDs Whitney Frost’s Body at the morge. The new War Machine introduced.Warbird joins in the battle.


Iron Man v3 #12
Spoils of war!
Fecha: 1999.01| Créditos: Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Patrick Zircher (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #12, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

War Machine origin recapped. Warbird and injuried Iron Man battle War Machine. Warbird refuses to work as a team and Sunset Bain revealed as War Machine’s employer. Iron Man tries a negator pack but War Machine has no Stark Technology in it. Tony is convinced to go without Armor and rest.


Iron Man v3 #13
A question of control
Fecha: 1999.02| Créditos: Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Patrick Zircher, Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #13, Colección Extra Superhéroes 16. El Invencible Iron Man 1 (Panini).

Tony takes some R&R at the Basel Stress Clinic. Dr. Basel is the Controller. Tony tests the armor to gets specs. Rumiko comes to visit. Controller origin told. Rumiko captured and Iron Man to the rescue. Tony chooses armor over Rumiko.


Iron Man v3 #14
To challenge the fantastic
Fecha: 1999.03| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #14, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

Iron Man travels to the moon to help out the Fantastic Four against the Kree meance of Ronan. The Fantastic Four disappear. Rhodey searches for Parnell. New Space Armor.


Iron Man v3 #15
Exploded view
Fecha: 1999.04| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Terry Shoemaker, Salvador Larroca, Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #15, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

New armor. New armor carrying case. Test armor against military. Takes Pepper to reception for Maria Stark Foundation (MSF). Nitro shows up and they fight it out.


Iron Man v3 #16
Scale model
Fecha: 1999.05| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Anthony Williams, Patrick Zircher (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #16, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

Tony at a MSF gala and a date with Romona. Billy Yuan steals a dragon statue. It takes over his body and rampages. Iron man comes and they fight. It turns into Fin Fang Foom!


Iron Man v3 #17
Your young men shall slay dragons
Fecha: 1999.06| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #17, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

Fin Fang Foom and Iron Man fight it out over the city of Seattle. Yuan and Foom fight a battle of will to take control of dragon body. Iron Man knocks Foom out!


Iron Man v3 #18
Machinery of War 1/3: Sunset intrigues
Fecha: 1999.07| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #18, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

Iron Man carries Foom to a Bain ship. Tony loses his cool when it comes to Sunset Bain. Helps Warbird fight Sapper and Golden Blade. Rhodey searches for Parnell.


Iron Man v3 #19
Machinery of War 2/3: Smart weapons, foolish choices
Fecha: 1999.08| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #19, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

War Machine takes out some fighter planes. Tony and Bain get it on and cracks Jocasta’a brain. Parnell and Stuart Clarke introduced. War Machine and Iron Man fight it out!


Iron Man v3 #20
Machinery of War 3/3: Cheating death
Fecha: 1999.09| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Patrick Zircher, Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #20, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

Iron Man & War Machine try to avoid the Smart Weapons that Jocasta controls unwillingly. Bain disconnects Jocasta as Iron Man and War Machine duke it out. War Machine is interrupted when Rhodey & Glenda show up in a flying Lamborghini. Iron Man regroups and tries to take control of the weapons system. Parnell quits and Iron Man goes after Jocasta as the he finds a weakness in the weapons system. Jocasta is saved and Tony seems like a new man after overcoming War machine and Sunset Bain.


Iron Man v3 #21
Burning need
Fecha: 1999.10| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Mark Bagley (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #21, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

Tony finds out that Abner Little has a part in the dig. They get to work on how to crack the doors before Count Andreas Zorba & Princess Zanda show up. McGee goes through a hole Dr. Mann finds. McGee follows the heat source. Iron Man investigates and then gets knocked out.


Iron Man v3 #22
The Eighth Day 2/4: The thrill of the chase!
Fecha: 1999.11| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #22, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

Inferno goes on a rampage. Iron Man recovers and takes the fight outside. There, Iron Man learns that Inferno is Samantha McGee. Iron Man tries to reason with McGee, but fails. Inferno takes off after throwing Iron Man to the side. Iron Man reports the incident to Jarvis, takes some calls from Pepper. Another «Eighth Day» character is revealed, Yoshi Hackiman becomes Decay. Tony goes back to the dig to findout the whole story from Little, Zorba, and Princess Zanda. Dr. «Java» Mann starts to piece the «Eighth Day» together. Nicolette Giroux introduced to become The Tempest. Tony, Little, Zorba, & Princess Zanda head to Pigman’s dig, where Zorba becomes Carnivore. Iron Man and Carnivore duke it out before Decay and The Tempest show up. But before the fight starts up again, Thor shows up. But the three «Eighth Day» characters take their leave. Dr. Mann explains more about the «Eighth Day».


Iron Man v3 #23
Ultimate danger!
Fecha: 1999.12| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #23, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

Tony meets up with Rumiko and Morgan Stark on one of Stark-Fujikawa ships’. Its using Ultimo as a source of power. Tony is appalled and gives a brief history of Ultimo and how they shouldn’t be using him as a source of power. Rumiko decides to trust Morgan and sends Tony off the ship. On Tony’s way back to Seattle, he daydreams and calls Pepper up to set up a dinner date. Tony checks up on Carol who’s gone back drinking. A distress call from Rumiko sends Iron Man and Warbird on a quest. But Carol’s drunk so Iron Man knocks her out and than takes out Golden Blade & Sapper. Rumiko ends her romance with Tony and Tony is in a emotional crisis. Pepper comes to comfort him. They Kiss!


Iron Man v3 #24
Ultimate fury!
Fecha: 2000.01| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #24, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

Warbird wakes up to find that Iron Man knocked her out and takes some more alcohol. Ultimo wakes up. Tony & Pepper have their lips locked while Happy watches from the shadows. But its just a friendly kiss. Warbird attacks Tony in her drunken state. Tony changes into armor and they fight briefly. Warbird knocks Iron Man into a plane knocking out its wings. Iron Man tries to land it with Warbird’s help. Iron Man goes to fight Ultimo and finds out their origin. Golden Blade & Sapper team up with Iron Man.


Iron Man v3 #25
Ultimate devastation!: Chapter 1
Fecha: 2000.02| Créditos: Roger Stern, Kurt Busiek (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN (v4) #25, Colección Extra Superhéroes 59. El Invencible Iron Man 2 (Panini).

Chapter 1 by Chen, Layton, & Hunter Ultimo rumbles has way through the state of Washington towards Spokane. The Military have no impact and Iron Man tries to stop Ultimo the same way he did in #300. Its with a power charge, but Ultimo has adapted and it has no effect on him. Iron Man than request the help of others, including the Avengers. Carol Danvers wakes from we slumber and th doctor tells her that she’ll die if she drinks again. Chapter 2 by Lyle & Hunter Iron Man is at an Stark-Fujikawa plant recharging. Pepper and Rumiko get into a shouting match. Happy asks Pepper out. Chapter 3 by Layton Iron Man heads to Sapper’s spacecraft in Spokane. Golden Blades’ origin revealed in detail, just as Ulitmo makes it to Spokane. The three of them try to slow Ultimo down to no avail. Interlude by Labat, Hunter, & Pennington Carol walks the streets of Seattle and goes into a bar, but sees news of Iron Man battling Ultimo. Carol changes into Warbird but is drained. She recharges with the help of some construction workers and flies off to join the fray. Chapter 4 by Chen, Hillsman, & Hunter Iron Man & Golden Blade continue to fight Ultimo. Warbird arrives on the scene and tries to take out Golden Blade before Iron Man steps in. Shellhead asks Warbird to grab him some gear and than unleashes some pulse-bolts on Ultimo’s eye causing damage. Warbird returns with the gear and keeps Ultimo busy. by Lyle & Pennington Iron Man puts the hack gear on Ultimo and starts to hack. Iron Man hacks in and commands Ultimo to stop. Epilogue 1 by Chen & Hillsman Sapper and Golden Blade leave earth with help from Iron Man. S. H. I. E. L . D. takes Ultimo apart. Tony Stark comes to realize that he’s not trapped in the armor but that he’s using different resources to help others. Epilogue 2 by Chang & Hunter Carol Danvers joins Tony at an AA meeting.


Iron Man v3 #26
The Mask in the Iron Man 1/5: A boy and his toys
Fecha: 2000.03| Créditos: Joe Quesada (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IM: El Hombre de la Máscara de Hierro #1, Colección Extra Superhéroes 69. El Invencible Iron Man 3 (Panini).

Tony gets a broken nose clubbin’ with Rumiko down south on Miami beach. Tony’s there for the TEK2K convention. There Tony demostrates S.K.I.N. to the world. Tony goes out on the town with Rumiko and they fight like cats & dogs, before Rumiko professes her love for Tony. Tony in shock can only run away and turn to his Armor where he meets up with Whiplash. They fight in the ran and duke it out until they both fall from the sky. Well, Tony wakes up to face the world to a shocking surprise.


Iron Man v3 #27
The Mask in the Iron Man 2/5: The dream machine
Fecha: 2000.04| Créditos: Joe Quesada (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IM: El Hombre de la Máscara de Hierro #1, Colección Extra Superhéroes 69. El Invencible Iron Man 3 (Panini).

Tony Stark is in the Hospital resting from his fight with Whiplash and finds out that his secret identity has been revealed. Rumiko finds out and is none to happy about it. Tony seeks therapy from a virtual Jocasta but instead turns to the bottle. Kicked out of the Avengers and news of his former flames getting the ace sends him into a deep depression before the Mandarin makes a mockery out of him. Tony comes to life just in time to defeat the Mandarin. Well folks, its all a dream and Tony has had a heart attack. Jocasta tells Tony that the armor is alive.


Iron Man v3 #28
The Mask in the Iron Man 3/5: My own worst enemy
Fecha: 2000.05| Créditos: Joe Quesada (Guiones), Sean Chen, Alitha Martinez (Dibujos)| Edición española: IM: El Hombre de la Máscara de Hierro #1, Colección Extra Superhéroes 69. El Invencible Iron Man 3 (Panini).

Tony’s thinking and getting scanned by Jocasta. Then he has a conversation with the living armor. Pepper works late and Happy takes her out for a bite. The Armor tries to tell Tony that he’s in love with Ms. Rumiko Fujikawa. Tony calls her and she blows up on him. The armor tells Tony that its on love with him. Pepper & Rumiko go off and talk about how much they like Tony. The armor convinces Tony to let it go for a test run. Whiplash shows and the armor takes him out without getting touch. In the process, the armor accidently kills Whiplash.


Iron Man v3 #29
The Mask in the Iron Man 4/5: My bodyguard
Fecha: 2000.06| Créditos: Joe Quesada (Guiones), Alitha Martinez (Dibujos)| Edición española: IM: El Hombre de la Máscara de Hierro #1, Colección Extra Superhéroes 69. El Invencible Iron Man 3 (Panini).

The Stark Estate is being hit hard and it looks like it’s Iron Man doing the damage. The «alive» Armor vs. the Modular Armor! Flashback to the events that lead to the battle. Tony pleads with the armor that killing was wrong. Rumiko shows up at a bad time and the armor threatens her life. Tony is trying to save Ru and gives her the cold shoulder. The Armor goes after Trevor Donohue. Tony stops the Armor from killing again. They visit the funeral of of Whiplash. Happy and Pepper smooch at the carnival. The Armor has to recharge and Tony makes a break for the Modular armor and they battle. Tony loses and the armor takes him to a remote island.


Iron Man v3 #30
The Mask in the Iron Man 5/5: Blood brothers
Fecha: 2000.07| Créditos: Joe Quesada (Guiones), Sean Chen (Dibujos)| Edición española: IM: El Hombre de la Máscara de Hierro #1, Colección Extra Superhéroes 69. El Invencible Iron Man 3 (Panini).

Tony thinks about life. Life’s been good to him. Lot’s of friends & challenges. Tony is being held captive by the «Alive» armor. The Armor wants Tony to give in to him, but Tony resist. Tony’s been held there on an island that his father bought. Rumiko thinks about Tony. Tony and the Armor have an Avengers talk and the Armor leaves to prove its worthy to be an Avenger. Tony breaks free and does nature boy, thinking back about his trainings days with Steve Rogers. Tony gets ready for the Armor to come back. With a variety of traps and so forth, Tony and the Armor have at it before Tony has an heart attack after he sees that the Armor has developed a robot inside the armor and that it was planning on taking over his place. Tony wants the Armor to kill him, but the Armor kills itself to save Tony from his heart attack. Tony buries the armor on the island.


Iron Man v3 #31
The Sons of Yinsen 1/3: This ol’ heart o’mine
Fecha: 2000.08| Créditos: Frank Tieri, Joe Quesada (Guiones), Alitha Martinez (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN: LOS HIJOS DE YINSEN #1, Colección Extra Superhéroes 69. El Invencible Iron Man 3 (Panini).

Tony thinks back to his Southeast Asia war days. Tony talks to Jocasta about his heart. Tony’s heart has been replaced. Tony goes off to visit Ms. Fujikawa. Some monks discuss some things. Tony and Rumiko make up. Jocasta informs Tony of some emergencies. Tony fights to put on his armor. Tony puts on the classic red and gold armor. Iron Man goes to Kuala Lumpur to fight some Iron Men. Iron Man is introduced to the Sons of Wong-Chu.


Iron Man v3 #32
The Sons of Yinsen 2/3: Gods and monsters
Fecha: 2000.09| Créditos: Frank Tieri, Joe Quesada (Guiones), Alitha Martinez (Dibujos)| Edición española: IRON MAN: LOS HIJOS DE YINSEN #1, Colección Extra Superhéroes 69. El Invencible Iron Man 3 (Panini).

Tony thinks back to the jungles of Southeast Asia. Tony ponders the religious aspects of this experience and learn more about the belief system and origin of the Sons of Yinsen. Rumiko cuts lose but help think of Tony. Tony thinks back about her as well, but is suck there. Wong-Chu’s whereabouts are revealed. An attack is unleashed to much success, but Wong-Chu has the upper hand when Tony’s conscious takes over.


Iron Man v3 #33
Power 1/3: Heroes
Fecha: 2000.10| Créditos: Frank Tieri, Joe Quesada (Guiones), Alitha Martinez (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Control Remoto .

Tony struts his stuff with Rumiko, flies around in his Classic Red and Gold suit (why?), busts up a bank robbery with Speedball and then attends a costume party with Ru….where the attendees all take pills which give them super-powers!! This, courtesy of the enigmatic Dr. Maximus Power (convenient name, eh?)! A Thing-like Rumiko threatens to crush IM! Nutty cover by «Kaare.»


Iron Man v3 #34
Power 2/3: Villains
Fecha: 2000.11| Créditos: Frank Tieri, Joe Quesada (Guiones), Paul Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Control Remoto .

Iron Man has to bust his way out of Max Powers’ quite interactive party, all the while taking care to not damage any of the partiers — especially Rumiko! Once Ru appears safe (and returned to normal), IM blasts off to take out Max. Ho-hum.


Iron Man v3 #35
Maximum Security: Power 3/3: The land
Fecha: 2000.12| Créditos: Frank Tieri, Joe Quesada (Guiones), Alitha Martinez (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Control Remoto .

«Maximum Security» crossover featuring the Fantastic Four. The quintet has to figure out how to stop Ego. Totally lame taken as a single ish.


Iron Man v3 #36
Danger deep
Fecha: 2001.01| Créditos: Charles Dixon (Guiones), Paul Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Control Remoto .

Filler ish which ain’t too bad: Nick Fury enlists IM’s aid in tracking down a HYDRA sub that was up to no-good genetic experiments. For a much better, virtually identical type story, check out David Michelinie’s IM #237.


Iron Man v3 #37
Remote Control 1/4
Fecha: 2001.02| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), Alitha Martinez (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Control Remoto .

Tony Stark’s greatest childhood rival, Tiberius Stone, moves back to the States from Europe. Hey, they’re good rivals, though (at least in flashback)! Tony tests out his new teleportation technology (pieced together from Sons of Yinsen and Reed Richards tech) — but why in the world is he still in the Classic Red and Gold armor? It’s starting to get ridiculous. Stark also attends a big bash for Stone’s U.S. homecoming, Rumiko’s pissed at him, Pepper and Happy ponder leaving Stark Solutions….and at issue’s end Tony catches Rumiko in the sack with Stone!! Many questions left unresolved, but for the most part well-done and leaves you anticipating next ish. Some readers, like me, may wonder if IM incorporating teleportation tech will make him «too tough» a la the «Chameleon Effect.»


Iron Man v3 #38
Remote Control 2/4
Fecha: 2001.03| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), Alitha Martinez (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Control Remoto .

Who are these guys who keep trying to ambush Stark? (Gee, one would think a billionaire like Tony would have the resources to prevent sneak attacks like this!) Tony apparently smooths things out with pal Ty Stone (but not Rumiko) while things heat up between Tone and biz rival Trevor Donohue! After Stark reams Trev about his business dealings, Donohue seems to set in motion events that will unwind Stark’s life!! Meanwhile, the Radioactive Man heats things up for Shellhead — the classic red and golds seeming insufficient against RM’s increased power! Cliffhanger ending and many loose ends that need to be tied up. Tieri makes it interesting, but not completely original. Keeps you guessing, at least


Iron Man v3 #39
Remote Control 4/4
Fecha: 2001.05| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), John sr. Romita, Bob Layton, Keron Grant, Mike Wieringo, Adam Pollina, Alitha Martinez, Eric Shanower (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Control Remoto .

Once again, the opening of the ish shows Stark under attack by hired thugs, only this time he makes it to his IM armorto give them a proper response! (Although we have to wait until next issue to find out how he made it to the armor!) Then we’re treated to a fairly comprehensive retrospective from vol. 1 #124 to the present, which is cool for newer fans…and even for us older ones, natch! Captain America vouches for Stark on a talk show hosted by a bad Barbara Walters clone! Finally, we pick up where we left off last issue — IM in danger of being melted by the Radioactive Man’s self-destruct. On his third try, Shellhead’s new teleporter works, and he is successfully shunted away from RM’s threat. Later, the hated Trevor Donohue reveals that it is not he behind the horrible press Stark has been getting, but Ty Stone! Most readers probably already figured this out, however, and are wondering why Tony was so stupid. Stark then confronts Stone, who reveals all his dastardly machinations, and then zaps Tony in the back of the neck with some paralytic device! Paul Ryan easily proves Martinez’s artistic superior while Tieri improves more. Continuity Gaffes: When Ryan picks up art duties on pg. 12, he forgot to draw a melted IM faceplate! Also, the Stark/IM retrospective has Tony in the Classic Red and Gold armor during the Armor Wars — not the Silver Centurion armor.


Iron Man v3 #40
Remote Control 4/4
Fecha: 2001.05| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), John sr. Romita, Bob Layton, Keron Grant, Mike Wieringo, Adam Pollina, Alitha Martinez, Eric Shanower (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Control Remoto .

Ty Stone has whisked Tony Stark’s consciousness away to his «Dream Vision» realm, and we’re treated to a more-or-less retrospective of key parts of Tony’s life (good thing Layton does most of the art in this section!). But Stone is playing with Stark — he can control his Dream Vision and mess with Tony as much as he wants! However, OOPS! Dream Vision is «a matter of will,» and unfortunately for Ty, Tony’s will has been tested and tested again — and it’s more than a match for Stone’s. The two do battle in a virtual setting and the outcome isn’t in doubt. But in the end, Stone is still alive — and he’ll use his vast information empire to still be a thorn in Stark’s side! Incoming artist Keron Grant does a few pages here and….well, yuck.


Iron Man v3 #41
Aftermath
Fecha: 2001.06| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), Keron Grant (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: La Teoría del Big Bang .

Ty goes back into the Dream Vision. He dreams that Tony has gone rogue, and the Avengers put him down. Elsewhere, Tony considers his life and recent events in a bar. Rhodey walks in as he’s about to take a swig of… ginger ale. The same guy that punched Tony for defending Rumiko a few issues back is up to his old tricks, and Tony “beats the crap outta him” – or so Rhodey says. Ty escapes back into Dream Vision, this time a fantasy with all of Tony’s ex-flames… this guy’s pretty sick. Tony gets into a fight with Blizzard over Coney Island, and Jocasta picks the “Horned” Armor for him. (Wasn’t she supposed to be brilliant? Sigh.) Art’s pretty weak, it looks like a graffiti comic book. At the end of the issue, Tony drops the bomb that he’s shutting down Stark Solutions and giving away his fortune. Hm, we’ve seen this before


Iron Man v3 #42
The Big Bang Theory 1/4
Fecha: 2001.07| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), Keron Grant (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: La Teoría del Big Bang .

Tony Stark has essentially «erased» his identity and has now become tech wiz «Hogan Potts» at Askew Electronics. Yep, you got it — T.S. is a 9-5 average joe, now!! Yeesh. On his way to work, the Shocker wrecks the subway car Stark is on, and we see him battle Shock in a prototype armor. The armor looks like crap, which is fitting since it goes along w/the rest of the story. Shocker is defeated, Stark gets chewed out by his boss for being late again, but then later we see Iron Man testing his new suit of armor at Askew’s labs! (Wonder how they checked his ID to verify it is indeed IM and not some baddie posing as IM….not to mention how «Potts» can actually work on the IM w/o anybody getting suspicious! It’s not Tony Stark in his own private lab anymore, after all!) The material dubbed SKIN is apparently used in IM’s new duds, and at least that looks like a cool idea. In the waning pages, the «Mad Bomber» who has been plaguing NYC the last few days now transmits a bomb into Shellhead’s armor! To be continued!!


Iron Man v3 #43
The Big Bang Theory 2/4
Fecha: 2001.08| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), Keron Grant (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: La Teoría del Big Bang .

OK, so Iron Man has fifteen minutes to shed his armored duds before they go «BOOM!» He decides to head for Avengers Mansion where a force field can be put over the armor, so it can detonate safely. But wait — an obstacle appears! It’s Mr. Hyde — who calls himself «The Fuse» for the bomb that is in Shellhead’s armor (*yawn*)! Besides the fact that this is the third ish in a row where we are subjected to a most gratuitous use of a random baddie, Grant’s rendition of Hyde is absolutely horrific (although his Iron Man actually isn’t bad). And does Frank read his own scripts? On page 4, IM is wary of using his shields for fear of detonating the bomb, yet there he is on page 8 utilizing exactly that feature of the armor! (And if he’s not sure just what feature of his armor may detonate the bomb, why use any of them, eh?) Note the annoying typeface switch of the chronometer on page 13, too! Tony makes to the Mansion, but the armor doesn’t blow up! OOPS!


Iron Man v3 #44
The Big Bang Theory 3/4
Fecha: 2001.09| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), Keron Grant, Jamal Igle (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: La Teoría del Big Bang .

Iron Man tries to discover clues as to who blew up Askew Electronics … and finds some, with the help of his armor’s new spheroid probes and Jocasta. Meanwhile, Askew goes out of business due to the disaster, Stark ends up in bed with his boss, he also greets Rhodey in his new apt., and most importantly — GETS NEW ARMOR!! It’s pretty sharp, too — S.K.I.N. pours out of the uni-beam, while components are attached over top. One of it’s features: The Chameleon Effect! It’s back, but this time it’s a huge power drain. The others are listed in the letters page. The mystery bomber is revealed to be….The Ghost!! Yes!! MODOK is also involved! Now we’re gettin’ somewhere!! Things you may wonder about: What happened to Stark’s heart attachment? Why did Stark download Jocasta into his armor — I thought that was one of things that made his last armor sentient! Yeesh! And, how in the world did «Hogan Potts’ » landlord let him soup up his apartment like that?? Tieri hits his stride, and Grant’s Iron Man is sharp. (But his other characters still are wretched!)


Iron Man v3 #45
The Big Bang Theory 4/4: Conclusion
Fecha: 2001.10| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), Keron Grant (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: La Teoría del Big Bang .

Iron Man vs. The Ghost and MODOK! Ghost reveals that his and A.I.M.’s «merger» provided the rogue technology group with the means to sabotage their competition, while allowing Ghost «a larger platform» for his goal of corporate destruction. The first half of the ish provides great battle scenes, showcasing much of the new IM armor’s capabilities. Grant’s art is decent, provided he sticks to superheroes/villains, rather than regular folk. We see the armor’s «contingency program» — Jocasta can take control of the armor when Stark is incapacitated (but again, wasn’t this a major concern regarding the armor’s sentience??). Tieri weaves recent plotlines together rather well: Trevor Donahue has donated his fortune to Stark, believing that Tony’s actions of relinquishing his co., etc., were the result of a subliminal suggestion planted by Ty Stone’s «DreamVision!» Stark thus uses the new cash flow to save Askew from bankruptcy, and to in effect turn Donahue’s co. into the new STARK ENTERPRISES!! In the waning pages, Stark pontificates about his role as inventor, even questioning if Stark Solutions was a good idea for one of his talent (as many an Iron Fan did!). The last panel sets up even more intrigue: Stark wants «all there is to know» about Stark/Fujikawa….he thinks «it’s high time I got my old company back!» YES!! These last few pages are really what earns this ish


Iron Man v3 #46
The Frankenstein Syndrome 1/3
Fecha: 2001.11| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), Keron Grant (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: La Teoría del Big Bang .

Whose fault is this? Tieri takes a combo of cool and plain dumb ideas — the Sentient Armor and the Sons of Yinsen — and weaves a story around ‘em. As every Iron Fan knew, the stupid move by Tony Stark (and writer Joe Quesada) of burying the deceased Sentient Armor on that deserted isle (with a marked grave, no less) would come back to haunt Iron Man. And, waddya know? Now it’s the time! The SoY’s (Sons of Yinsen) mother ship makes a U.S. appearance, since they have decided to «disseminate their ‘religion.'» Askew Electronics comes under attack — by what looks like the Sentient Armor! Jocasta has a fit and disappears, while Iron Man discovers it is actually Sun Tao (see Annual 2000) in the armor. Intrigue abounds, as there is a theft of S.K.I.N., and then the SoY appear to reclaim Sun Tao — all in copies of the Sentient Armor!! But the biggest surprise of all: the brain of Professor Yinsen has been integrated with the actual Sentient Armor (well, was it really a surprise?). The Prof. and the SoY demand the return of Sun Tao — or it’s curtains for IM!


Iron Man v3 #47
The Frankenstein Syndrome 2/3
Fecha: 2001.12| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), Keron Grant (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: La Teoría del Big Bang .

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Iron Man v3 #48
The Frankenstein Syndrome 3/3
Fecha: 2002.01| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), Eric Ko, Omar Dogan, Udon Studios (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: La Teoría del Big Bang .

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Iron Man v3 #49
Nuff Said
Fecha: 2002.02| Créditos: Frank Tieri (Guiones), Chris Batista (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: La Teoría del Big Bang .

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Iron Man v3 #50
Tin man
Fecha: 2002.03| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: El Libro de los Diez Anillos.

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Iron Man v3 #51
Jane Doe
Fecha: 2002.04| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: El Libro de los Diez Anillos.

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Iron Man v3 #52
Jane Doe
Fecha: 2002.05| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: El Libro de los Diez Anillos.

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Iron Man v3 #53
Book of the Ten Rings 1/3
Fecha: 2002.06| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Ryan Odagawa (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: El Libro de los Diez Anillos.

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Iron Man v3 #54
Book of the Ten Rings 2/3
Fecha: 2002.06| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: El Libro de los Diez Anillos.

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Iron Man v3 #55
Book of the Ten Rings 3/3
Fecha: 2002.07| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: El Libro de los Diez Anillos.

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Iron Man v3 #56
Sympathy for the Devil 1/3
Fecha: 2002.08| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Ivan Reis (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: El Libro de los Diez Anillos.

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Iron Man v3 #57
Sympathy for the Devil 2/3
Fecha: 2002.09| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: El Libro de los Diez Anillos.

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Iron Man v3 #58
Sympathy for the Devil 3/3
Fecha: 2002.10| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: El Libro de los Diez Anillos.

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Iron Man v3 #59
In Shining Iron 1/3
Fecha: 2002.11| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Mike Grell (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #60
In Shining Iron 2/3
Fecha: 2002.12| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Mike Grell (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #61
In Shining Iron 3/3
Fecha: 2003.01| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Mike Grell (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #62
You Can’t Always Get… 1/2
Fecha: 2003.02| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #63
You Can’t Always Get… 2/2: …What you want.
Fecha: 2003.03| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #64
Standoff 2/3
Fecha: 2003.03| Créditos: Mike Grell (Guiones), Alan Davis (Dibujos)| Edición española: THOR (v4) #4.

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Iron Man v3 #65
Manhunt 1/5
Fecha: 2003.04| Créditos: Mike Grell, Robin D. Laws (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #66
Manhunt 2/5
Fecha: 2003.05| Créditos: Mike Grell, Robin D. Laws (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #67
Manhunt 3/5
Fecha: 2003.06| Créditos: Robin D. Laws (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #68
Manhunt 4/5
Fecha: 2003.07| Créditos: Robin D. Laws (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #69
Manhunt 5/5
Fecha: 2003.08| Créditos: Robin D. Laws (Guiones), Michael Ryan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #70
Vegas Bleeds Neon 1/3
Fecha: 2003.09| Créditos: Robin D. Laws (Guiones), Robert Teranishi (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #71
Vegas Bleeds Neon 2/3
Fecha: 2003.10| Créditos: Robin D. Laws (Guiones), Robert Teranishi (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #72
Vegas Bleeds Neon 3/3
Fecha: 2003.11| Créditos: Robin D. Laws (Guiones), Robert Teranishi (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: De brillante armadura .

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Iron Man v3 #73
The Best Defense 1/6: Acquisition
Fecha: 2003.12| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Jorge Pereira Lucas (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Secretario de Defensa.

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Iron Man v3 #74
The Best Defense 2/6: Logistics
Fecha: 2004.01| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Jorge Pereira Lucas (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Secretario de Defensa.

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Iron Man v3 #75
The Best Defense 3/6: Technology
Fecha: 2004.02| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Jorge Pereira Lucas (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Secretario de Defensa.

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Iron Man v3 #76
The Best Defense 4/6: Advice and consent
Fecha: 2004.03| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Jorge Pereira Lucas (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Secretario de Defensa.

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Iron Man v3 #77
The Best Defense 5/6: Unsuited
Fecha: 2004.04| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Jorge Pereira Lucas (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Secretario de Defensa.

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Iron Man v3 #78
The Best Defense 6/6: Confirmation
Fecha: 2004.05| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Jorge Pereira Lucas (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Secretario de Defensa.

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Iron Man v3 #79
The Deep End 1/4: Meeting hell
Fecha: 2004.06| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Philip Tan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Secretario de Defensa.

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Iron Man v3 #80
The Deep End 2/4: Magic bullets
Fecha: 2004.06| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Philip Tan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Secretario de Defensa.

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Iron Man v3 #81
The Deep End 3/4: Baptism of fire!
Fecha: 2004.07| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Philip Tan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Secretario de Defensa.

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Iron Man v3 #82
The Deep End 4/4: Force projection
Fecha: 2004.07| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Philip Tan (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Secretario de Defensa.

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Iron Man v3 #83
Heavy metal genocide
Fecha: 2004.07| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Jorge Pereira Lucas (Dibujos)| Edición española: El Invencible Iron Man: Secretario de Defensa.

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Iron Man v3 #84
Avengers Disassembled Prologue: Turf War 1/?: When worlds collide!
Fecha: 2004.08| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Jorge Pereira Lucas (Dibujos)| Edición española: Tomo Iron Man: Desunidos #1 (Panini).

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Iron Man v3 #85
Avengers Disassembled Prologue: Turf War 2/?: Uninvited guests
Fecha: 2004.08| Créditos: John Jackson Miller (Guiones), Jorge Pereira Lucas (Dibujos)| Edición española: Tomo Iron Man: Desunidos #1 (Panini).

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Iron Man v3 #86
Avengers Disassembled Crossover: The Singularity 1/4
Fecha: 2004.09| Créditos: Mark Ricketts (Guiones), Tony Harris (Dibujos)| Edición española: Tomo Iron Man: Desunidos #1 (Panini).

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Iron Man v3 #87
Avengers Disassembled Crossover: The Singularity 2/4
Fecha: 2004.10| Créditos: Mark Ricketts (Guiones), Tony Harris (Dibujos)| Edición española: Tomo Iron Man: Desunidos #1 (Panini).

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Iron Man v3 #88
Avengers Disassembled Crossover: The Singularity 3/4
Fecha: 2004.11| Créditos: Mark Ricketts (Guiones), Tony Harris (Dibujos)| Edición española: Tomo Iron Man: Desunidos #1 (Panini).

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Iron Man v3 #89
Avengers Disassembled Crossover: The Singularity 4/4
Fecha: 2004.12| Créditos: Mark Ricketts (Guiones), Scott Kolins (Dibujos)| Edición española: Tomo Iron Man: Desunidos #1 (Panini).

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