Iron Man Noir
Finally, IRON MAN enters the world of MARVEL NOIR, with an action-packed pulp reimagining like you've never seen before! In 1938, Tony Stark is a daring adventurer, traveling the world in search of its mythological treasures and trying to forget the responsibilities of an iron magnate. From the... show more
Finally, IRON MAN enters the world of MARVEL NOIR, with an action-packed pulp reimagining like you've never seen before! In 1938, Tony Stark is a daring adventurer, traveling the world in search of its mythological treasures and trying to forget the responsibilities of an iron magnate. From the Fountain of Youth to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Tony has conquered them all...but only his closest confidants know it's all one last-ditch effort to cure the disease that is slowly killing him. But someone has been selling out Stark Industry secrets to Count Nefaria and his Nazi sympathizers, and it's only a matter of time before they catch up with Tony on his latest quest! COLLECTING: Iron Man Noir #1-4
Publish date: February 16th 2011
Pages no: 112
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
, Graphic Novels Comics
, Comic Book
Series: Marvel Noir
The first thing that you should do when picking up Iron Man Noir is to pretend that the title is Iron Man Pulp. Because honestly... it really isn't noirish at all. But it is full of pulpy goodness. Honestly, Iron Man is perfectly suited to a pulp adventure, and Scott Snyder does an excellent job of ...
There isn't anything particularly noirish going on here — it's more like Indiana Stark. Also, while there are some cute bits in the premise, it flops hard in the follow-through.
This one was awesome!!! Who knew Luke Cage and Iron Man would be the awesome Noir comics.I most definitely want more of this.
Part of the Marvel Noir series. The take on Tony Stark and Iron Man fits pretty well: a daring adventurer of wealth during the late 1930s, just before the US enters World War II. We get femme fatales, gadgets, Nazis, rare artifacts, and adventure. The frame is that Tony's adventures are being chroni...
A few too many plot holes.