Iron Man #68

Iron Man #68

Writer: Robin Laws Artist: Michael Ryan Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 2, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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Manhunt Part 4 (of 5)
Kept alive by only his armor after being shot several times, Tony Stark must evade arrest from the FBI for a crime he didn't commit.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell May 22, 2003

    The issue plays out pretty much like one would expect it to, as Tony remains a fugitive from justice, but since we're nearing the final issue of this arc his attempts at finding answers are a bit more successful, and by the end of the issue we've learned the identity of the big, bad villain. However, this issue also features a scene that I found quite unsettling as Robin Laws seems to be under the impression that Iron Man is the type of character who would engage in torture to learn the truth, and this scene is wrong on so many levels. I realize that Iron Man is willing to get his hands dirty, and there have been numerous times in the past where the character has been responsible for the death of another person. However, to have him turning to torture in a bid to gather evidence just didn't wash for me, and I hope that Robin Laws isn't operating under the impression that this is the type of behavior Iron Man fans want to see him practicing. However, overall the excitement level is quit Read Full Review

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