TONY STARK, DIRECTOR OF S.H.I.E.L.D. It's day one of a new role for Tony Stark as he takes up the mantle of the missing Nick Fury to lead S.H.I.E.L.D. into the 21st Century! But what does this mean for the future of Iron Man?
Because the story is largely told through Dugans point of view, theres a lot of talking in this issue. Because of this, de la Torres art is a bit limited to talking heads, though there are a couple splash pages that are impressive. But more importantly than wowing the reader with battle scenes in this new beginning (the book feels like a first issue), Dugans complaints do illustrate the marked difference between how things were done before, and how theyre being done now. Its a changing of the guard -- a change in the status quo -- and perfectly reflects one of the main goals of the Civil War event. Read Full Review
Iron Man Director of SHIELD #15 was a good read. This is the prefect time for new readers to jump aboard this title. The Knaufs have done a good job making this fresh start for Iron Man very new reader friendly. I'm excited with the potential of "The Initiative" and am looking forward to whatever the Knaufs have in store for us. Read Full Review
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