Iron Man #74

Writer: John Jackson Miller Artist: Jorge Lucas Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: November 12, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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Tony Stark has been nominated for the position of Secretary of Defense, but that doesn't mean he's got the job just yet. It's a different kind of battle for Iron Man, one he may not be able to win this time!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 23, 2003

    Set in the real world this is a fairly engaging attempt to merge comic book ideology with real world political dynamics. However, when one inserts this same story into the Marvel Universe, which is filled with invading aliens fleets that are forever losing technology that is light-years ahead of what humanity is capable of, magic users who are able to make Tony's technological advancements about as effective as a rubber sword, and mad geniuses who have made it a life's obsession to proven that they are capable of building a bigger, badder weapon than the media darling Tony Stark, and the cracks start to appear. I mean to any country that isn't America it's going to look like America has just added the technological knowledge of Tony Stark to their military machine, and no matter how many assurances he makes that he's going to push for technology that won't kill, I seriously doubt they will believe him, or choose to adopt a similar approach when they are approached by the people that cl Read Full Review

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