Iron Man must find a way to build Doctor Doom's time platform in order to stop Birch, a forgotten enemy, from using the Dark Phoenix to destroy the earth. I have to give credit to Rob Williams and the rest of the writers of this excellent mini-series. I really didn't think the story would be this engrossing, but it was. I also didn't believe the different artists per chapter would maintain the level of quality begun, but they did. Iron Age is the exception that proves the rule. Read Full Review
With that in mind, "Iron Age Omega" is a good ending to a good series. It won't be to everyone's tastes, but with solid art and enjoyable writing, it provides a confident conclusion to a fun little mini-event. If you've made it this far, it won't disappoint. Read Full Review
The Iron Age: Omega #1 surprised me in the best possible way, and I will be seeking out the other issues of this story, as this one earned a very impressive 3.5 out of 5 stars overall, even though I didn't care for either cover or interior art. Read Full Review
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