Fittingly, Michelinie and Layton begin their Iron Man swan song with the destruction of the suit of armor worn by the character during the duo's two classic runs on the title. The scene is a touching admission of transition from its authors, as their respective feelings emote from the page as much as the character's in which they're portraying. These veterans may see the world of storytelling inevitably changing around them, but Legacy of Doom feels like their final call back to the ways of old, and to that end, it stands as an absolute treat to the fans of an era already gone by. Read Full Review
Iron Man Legacy of Doom #1 was a fun read. Michelinie isn't trying to reinvent the wheel with Iron Man Legacy of Doom. He is just trying to deliver a tightly written, quick paced and action packed ride. This mini-series should serve up plenty of popcorn for the brain. The story is entertaining enough that newer readers should enjoy this mini-series just as much as long time Iron Man fans. Read Full Review
Even so, it's a strong opening for a miniseries which promises Iron Man doing the kind of classic superheroics he's currently not really free to pursue. Unlike some of their contemporaries who stand as living proof of the adage "you can never go home again", Michelinie and Layton's return sees them slip effortlessly back into the writing seat as if they'd never left the character. Undoubtedly, a promising start. Read Full Review
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