Iron Man #10

Writer: Christopher Cantwell Artist: Cafu Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 14, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 37
8.2Critic Rating
8.1User Rating

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Tony has been suddenly and bizarrely marooned on an unknown remote planet, and his abandonment doesn't seem to be Korvac's doing at all. While his friends continue to pursue Korvac and his allies across the galaxy in a race to Galactus' worldship, Taa II, Tony must now figure out where he is and if the locals are friendly or dangerous, especially since this small colony of fellow space drifters is run by a powerful old foe who might have reformed his ways. But at least for a moment, Tony has a chance to rest and to not only take stock of where he is, but also figure out how he got here in the first place and who he wants to be moving forward. more

  • 10
    ComicBook.com - Jenna Anderson Jul 14, 2021

    This arc has been truly incredible thus far, but this issue proves to me that it'll end up being one of Iron Man's definitive runs. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    AIPT - David Brooke Jul 14, 2021

    It's easy to forget Cantwell has set all his main characters on private journeys and this Iron Man focused issue may be similar. Or, it could be the start of something truly special that blends mythical with science fiction while paying homage to Iron Man's past. This is an issue that deserves a little extra time to soak in and, if you let it, it'll remind you this Iron Man run is incredibly intelligent, thoughtful, and layered. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Big Comic Page - Jonathan Mullen Jul 26, 2021

    With this being the 10th issue, Im going to say what Ive been thinking for the past few issues. This is the modern classic run on Iron Man. Its unique, tackles Tony Stark and all his complexities in a new way, and does it while keeping a sense of fun and hope even when this book deals with sensitive subject matter. All with one of the best art teams curently working at either of the “Big Two”. This may be no, this will be a run that I expect to become considered as an all-time classic. Read Full Review

  • 7.7
    The Super Powered Fancast - Deron Generally Jul 14, 2021

    Cafu delivers some great art throughout the issue. The characters look great and the detailed panels are visually engaging. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Jul 17, 2021

    This issue itself is a good start to a new story, with some fun character cameos. But considering Cantwell has yet to finish his first story, I'm not sure why we've spun off into a completely unrelated tangent. Read Full Review

  • 9.5
    Criminology. Jul 16, 2021

    Personally I think this is one of the best superhero comics, that are coming right now ( ofc of the ones I read) and I think that this issue was probably the best so far.

    Cantwell knows and understands Iron man. It's evident from using old obscure villain to using themes familiar to iron man's comics. But more importantly he knows and understand his Iron man. I think this issue was a prime proof. It's understandable why Tony likes this place, when you understand his personal struggles within this run. Apart of that it cements some of the themes introduced in the previous issues. It's really a perfect, natural and smart continuation of the arc that Cantwell is cooking for the character of Tony Stark IMO. Like really I would have more

  • 9.5
    MainManDan Jul 14, 2021

    Good to see Tony make a appearance in his own book again.

    Wasn't expecting to see Stilt Man. This is the first serious take on him where I've seen his face and I have to say, he doesn't fit the comedic relief type villain. I even considered it might be his predecessor. I like this reformed version but I bet he'll return to being a joke in another book.Learning about Ultimo's origin is cool.

    This self discovery journey for Tony on this random planet is looking to be some good development for him. Keep it up

  • 9.0
    Alloy Press Aug 4, 2021

    Great issue. As a comic book this was very fulfilling. I loved the pacing and I felt like I got so much out of this issue. Characters developed wonderfully. Reality was questioned....I really love this Iron Man and where we are going with this story.

  • 9.0
    Psycamorean Jul 17, 2021

    I liked it a lot. I think Tony sees this commune as a chance at a fresh start, to rid himself of the baggage of being Iron Man and Tony Stark. Obviously, he has to get back to Korvac, but it makes sense that he'd want to protect this place.

  • 8.0
    DDJamesB Jul 15, 2021

    Wow. This might have been the best issue yet. Glad its been getting better. The art is just insane.

  • 8.0
    Merlyn Jul 14, 2021

    I find it pretty hard to believe an individualist like Tony Stark would ever buy into the whole concept of space Paris commune but this was decent, I guess.

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  • 7.5
    CrazyforRAMU Nov 30, 2021

    Iron Man finds himself washed up on Megiddo, a cosmic island of misfit toys, and slides right into the local society. It's a curious, dreamy interlude. It's exactly mysterious enough to make up for the slow pace and the apparent lack of plot development. A detour to be sure, but an interesting one. It sure helps that it's still got crackerjack art and insightful character work.

  • 6.5
    Kalaoui Aug 10, 2021

    I finally had this book show up after Diamond shipped my store damaged ones so It's been a while. Sometimes the reader and the writers are on different wavelengths. Cantwell and I are on different orbits. I guess this is just not the book for me. I have added and dropped this book from my list 3 times in 10 issues. Never had a ride like this with any other book. As soon as I think it's clicking the next issue just makes it all go south. Some of the decisions making in this and the plot points emphasized are just puzzling for me. Cafu and D'Armatta are outstanding and make it all bearable but that's it for me. I will go away now and leave you guys to enjoy this.

  • 1.0
    Dc Fan of Sorts Jul 15, 2021

    Cantwell is Tom King-lite over at Marvel where he uses the concept of inner demons, personal discovery, and the man behind the mask, but never makes it work more than on the surface and often uses Deus Machina to make it work, if we are luck! Instead of seeing a depowered Iron Man (which so many reviews claim we get), he powers up with bio-energy from an ancient broken-down relic. Just plug-and-play energy! Get this, Cantwell shows Tony has addiction issues but only maybe down the line. He misses Patsy. but gets to talk to her telepathically, but she can't figure out where he is. And the big moment at the end of the book, Mr. Tech Tony Stark decides he likes this remote village on an unknown planet - after letting a bunch of people die b more

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