This story is a wonderful analysis of Tony Stark. Informed by thematic exploration of those elements that underlie much of Iron Man's continuity, the current story reexamines Stark's character in a fresh manner. I definitely recommend this issue. Read Full Review
The question/answer session worked far better than I had expected it to as John Jackson Miller keeps the questions quite valid, and Tony's answers are nicely in keeping with the character's established personality. The attacks that are made during this questioning session are also quite solid, as they are logically sound, and it's clear that John Jackson Miller has done his homework in order to unearth the stumbling blocks that these people would address. The situation with the power hungry Sonny Burch has also reached to point where one can't help but be highly intrigued, as while Sonny Burch is a bit of a cardboard villain whose desire to push forward in spite of the concerns being brought forward is sure to lead to his downfall, the simple fact of the matter is that there's a great reveal in this issue where we discover this problem is far larger than even Tony believes it to be. This issue is a bit of a concern due to its lack of armored action, but the final page does take the plo Read Full Review
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