Iron Man #75

Writer: John Jackson Miller Artist: Jorge Lucas Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: December 10, 2003 Critic Reviews: 1
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Iron Man has faced some of the strongest evil-doers in the Marvel Universe but he's never faced an enemy like the Washington Press Corps. Can Iron Man make it out of this one alive?

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Dec 17, 2003

    The idea that Tony Stark is making an active bid to become the Secretary of Defense in the Marvel Universe is an interesting idea on the surface, but this issue left me wondering if this idea is really being used all that well, as John Jackson Miller is stuck playing with the idea that Tony Stark has a good number of skeletons that are going to come tumbling out of his closet. However, if he's going to focus on Tony's checkered past than I'd like to see the press play the game a little harder, as their attention seems to be stuck on the idea that Tony lied about being Iron Man, instead of the more dramatically interesting moments like his cold-blooded murder of Whiplash, or the Armor Wars fiasco. In other words if John Jackson Miller is going to have Tony's past under the microscope than I'd like to see the media dig in their heels on the more questionable aspects of Tony's past, rather than getting upset because Tony lied about being Iron Man. Still, the idea is an interesting one, an Read Full Review

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