Marvel Adventures Iron Man #2

Writer: Fred Van Lente Artist: James Cordeiro Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 2
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Jun 23, 2007

    James Cordeiro's, Scott Koblish and Studio F's Manuel Garcia combine their forces for not just super-hero action but also soothing background detail. The artists' ability to engineer technopoli and build meticulous mecha that never the less remains aesthetic and unobtrusive reminds this reviewer of Byrne Robotics. The artists are a boon to this title, and while their treatment of the human characters is a little cartoony, they also give them a gamut of expression that can be subtle or overt. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Kevin Powers Jun 22, 2007

    Overall Id have to say that I was very pleased with Marvel Adventures Iron Man. The dialogue and plot may be fairly simple, but its well written and tells a good story. While it focuses primarily on the pure and original form of the character, for a title aimed at younger readers, it really worked for me as a whole. Its nice to see the shell-head not being criticized or viewed as a villain for a change, and I love seeing the classic relationship between Tony, Rhodey and Pepper. Although it may be aimed at kids, this title should not disappoint fans of Iron Man, no matter their age. Read Full Review

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