Iron Man, Vol. 1: Believe
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!... show more
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
Publish date: April 16th 2013
Pages no: 136
Edition language: English
Series: Iron Man (Marvel NOW!) (#1)
This is a reboot given that Marvel Now was a reboot of, well, everything. Every single title got a new start under Marvel Now, and even the ones that didn't - like Wolverine and the X-Men - eventually did get a new start under the Marvel Now Banner. The Uncanny X-Men I read recently were mostly...
Bullet Review:I've not been an Iron Man fan for long, and I've by no means read his entire repertoire, but geez, this was so not worth $20.The Extremis virus is back and Tony must hunt down the four clusters, if you will, out there. Cue lots of "monster of the week" plot lines - a goofy Arthurian on...
Didn't love it, didn't hate it. Quite a bit of meh to my feelings. When did the chick who engineered Extremis become a good guy? I missed something, didn't I? Somebody tell me what I missed!Tony tracks down Extremis kits that have been sold to various villains and even to some not-so-bad guys.The Ki...
Mixed feelings. On one hand, I do appreciate that the storyline is self contained. It starts here, and it's over with here. You don't need much canon background, other than a passing knowledge of Extremis. I already had that, but you could probably pick up everything you needed to know from this col...
Remarkably flat story-telling.